I recently installed Windows 8 on my laptop.
When I try to scan I receive notification „Your Browser does not have Java enabled“
Solution for enabling JAVA was:
But I didn’t find any Java Control panel
I was open
www.java.com and go to downloads.
Before download I was check system requirements. And then I was pretty confused. Windows 8 is not listed.
I downloaded and install Java and after that I didn’t receive error message anymore.
I wonder why I received message about enabling Java in my browser, and I didn’t have Java installed on my machine in that time
When I try to activate Windows 8 enterprise I receive DNS error. This was very strange to me because I normally could open web pages in same time.
This was happened because Windows 8 enterprise by default try to activate itself using KMS
So I found workaround on Microsoft web pages and here it is
First you must run Command Prompt as Administrator (right click in lower left corner of the screen)
Then in command prompt you have to type
slmgr.vbs –ipk your_product_key
Hit Enter an then you will receive this message:
Installed product key your_product_key successfully.
When you check your windows activation you will see that your copy of windows is activated now
NOTE your product key should look a like xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx, where x could be any number or character
Posted in activation, Command Prompt, KMS, MAK, script, VBS, VBS script, Windows 8, Windows 8 Enterprise, Windows Server, Windows Server 2012 |
Tagged activation, Command Prompt, Enterprise, KMS, MAK, script, Server 2012, VBS, Windows 2012, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, WS 2012, WS2012 |
It seems that Lenovo have big fail with Windows 8 drivers
Few days ago I decide to reinstall my laptop from scratch. First I backed up all data on, and then I reformate my HDD and install Windows 8 x64 Enterprise. Everything seems to be fine except one thing. I couldn’t start my Wireless Network Card.
I checked in device manager and drivers was OK. No exclamation marks or similar failures. But I couldn’t connect to my Wi-Fi network.
As far as we all know, Lenovo have hardware switch on some models. On EDGE there is no switch but you must start (enable) your Wi-Fi card by pressing Fn+F9. You are unable to do this if you don’t have Lenovo software installed. But Lenovo still didn’t write proper drivers for Windows 8.
Currently Lenovo have
Beta drivers for Windows 8 @ Lenovo. Why for God’s sake they have Beta drivers? Windows 8 is out for more then three months.
Here is what you must do if you don’t want to install Beta drivers on your laptop (you will must to install just one)
ThinkPad Power Management Driver, v1.66 beta,
(Windows 8 x86, x64)
ThinkPad Power Manager, v6.32,
Hotkey Features Integration, v3.80,
Communications Utility, v2.09,
(Windows 7) – this one is needed to have Fn+F6 bring up properties for webcam, etc.
Yes, you must use Windows 7 drivers!
If some of this applications don’t want to install you will have to use compatibility mode.
After this you are able to get response after pressing Fn+F9., and you have possibility to enable your Wi-Fi card.
For some Lenovo models you can use
Base Utility Package for Windows 8.
Posted in Card, Lenovo, Problems, Wi-Fi, Windows 7, Windows 8 |
Tagged Card, Drivers, Lenovo, Problem, Wi-Fi, Windows 8 |
I’m one of the speaker at conference
Mobility Day will be at September 27. in Zagreb.
You can register for watching online, or you can come to conference
Conference have four tracks: Business, Smart Devices, Development and ITPro track.
My presentation will be in ITPro track and I will speak about how to use mobile devices in enterprise environment.
More about my presentation can be founded
Posted in ITPro, Microsoft, Mobile, Mobile technologies, MobilityDay, Smartphone, Tablet, Windows 8 |
Tagged ITPro, microsoft, Mobile, Mobile technologies, MobilityDay, Smartphone, tablet, Windows 8 |
As I’m testing Windows 8 CP in production environment for a week or two I had an “old” problem with Forefront TMG 2010 console
After installing Forefront TMG console I’m receiving error 0x80020003
This error occurs in past when you are upgrade IE or when you are install SP1 for TMG
Workaround for this error is:
TabsHandler.htc in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway\UI_HTMLs\Tabs Handler folder
2. Search for the 3 lines which contain “
“, and remark-out each of them by adding “ paddingTop ” in the beginning. //
Example: Change the line: m_aPages [niPage].m_tdMain.style. into: paddingTop = ((m_nBoostUp < 0) ? -m_nBoostUp : 0) // m_aPages [niPage].m_tdMain.style. paddingTop = ((m_nBoostUp < 0) ? -m_nBoostUp : 0)
3. Save the file, and reopen Forefront TMG 2010 management console.
Your Forefront TMG management console working fine now.