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Apr 24, 2008
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How Open Command Prompt as Administrator on Elevation in Vista

When using command prompt or command shell in Windows Vista, the following error message may occasionally happens:

The requested operation requires elevation.

Or,

Access denied.
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Apr 23, 2008
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Windows Vista SP1 32-Bit MUI Language Packs Official Download Links

Multilingual User Interface (MUI) language packs which allows users change menus and dialog boxes display language in the selected installed language pack language. MUIs is available for free download for Windows Vista Ultimate and Enterprise editions from Windows Update and Microsoft Update, the only two editions that allow to install more than one language according to EULA. For users who can’t download via WU or MU, there is direct download links to download from Microsoft servers.
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Apr 23, 2008
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Windows Vista Ultimate Extras Freebies: Glass and Pearl Sound Schemes and DreamScene Videos

After disappointing Windows Vista Ultimate users worldwide with silent on the over hype Ultimate Extras feature, Microsoft finally publishes another two freebies for the premium Windows Vista Ultimate users. Two Ultimate freebies packages are Windows DreamScene Content Pack #3, which contains 3 Windows DreamScene videos, and a new Windows Sound Schemes which contains 2 sound schemes for the system.
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Apr 23, 2008
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Microsoft Releases MUI Language Packs for Windows Vista Ultimate SP1

The much awaited MUI language packs for Windows Vista with SP1 Ultimate and Enterprise editions have finally been released by Microsoft via Windows Update, Microsoft Update and WSUS. The release is targeted at Windows Vista SP1 Ultimate operating system platforms. So now users can download directly from Microsoft servers instead of download the unofficial 32-bit MUI language packs and 64-bit MUI language packs. MUIs for Windows Vista SP1 and RTM versions are different and cannot be used interchangeably.
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Apr 22, 2008
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Fix Third-Party Input Language Method Editor (IME) Issues in IE and Windows Vista by Disabling UIPI

Input method is a tool that indispensable when using computer and operating system, no matter which language is the OS. Even English language system depends on US keyboard to input text by keystrokes. As with Windows XP, Windows Vista comes with limited set of input method editors (IMEs) to allow users of Western keyboard to enter characters and symbols not found on keyboard, especially Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Indic characters.
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Apr 21, 2008
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Error Code 0x80070002 During Windows Vista SP1 Setup Install

During installation of Windows Vista SP1 to upgrade the RTM version, the setup may fail, especially during the ending stage of the update with the following error message, without regard to whether the upgrade is done via Windows Update or standalone setup installer for Windows Vista SP1, even though you have try to disable all unnecessary services as suggestion for another error.

Error code: 0x80070002. See http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=101139 for details.
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Apr 21, 2008
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Windows Server 2008 or Vista Activation Fails When Configure Third Party Firewall to Use HTTPS Authentication to Access Internet

Windows Product Activation (WPA) process fails when users attempt to activate Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista when the network configuration has a non-Microsoft firewall that is set to use HTTPS authentication to enable access to the Internet.
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Apr 21, 2008
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Windows Vista Tablet PC Free Programs – Sticky Notes, Windows Journal and InkBall

Windows Vista has Tablet PC features support that similar to Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. With Tablet PC Optional Components installed in Windows Vista, there is a few additional new enhancements to help you make the most of pen-based computing on your Tablet PC. However, these tools, utilities and games can also be used on desktop and notebook computer without doubt, and some people may find them more than useful.
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