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  1. I got it fixed. I ended up throwing some parts together from a few old computers that my family had in their various garages. I managed to boot the windows xp install disk and got the recovery console. chkdsk /r seems to have fixed it, it boots up and i can login without problem. The second HDD in it was to far gone for chkdsk it seems. after updating him on the status of his computer, he said just to nuke the second hard drive, so i am DBAN-ing it now. Thanks for the replies, and for anyone else who runs into this all i can say is pray that you can figure out a way to boot CDs.
  2. Sounds like that is all I can do. No one anywhere else on the Internet has a better solution, so to hell with it
  3. So, one of my friends brought me his computer last night, asking for me to fix it. It is a Dell, with a Dell MB, 2 HDD (one 40GB and the other 20GB), 2 CD drives (neither of which seem to be DVD capable), and a floppy drive, running XP SP1. On boot, it loads past the DELL logo and into a menu that says something along the lines of: Windows did not shut down properly etc, etc. I'm sure everyone has seen it. Any option I choose reboots the computer, and when I choose Start Normally, It loads untill the login screen should come up, then a blue screen appears for a second, then reboot. the blue screen had error code 000000024 (not sure about the number of 0s), which I looked up and was informed that it is NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM problem http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=228888&sd=RMVP I looked inside at the HDDs and noticed that only one was plugged in. I plugged the other in and got the same result. The only change was from unplugging the first and only having the second HDD. The "Windows did not shutdown properly..." menu doesnt come up, and it loads the login screen. after a second, it shows a message saying The system process "C:\Windows\system32\services.exe" Terminated unexpectedly with status code -1073741819. The system will now shut down and restart. It gives a 60 second timer before restart. I read on about the STOP 000000024, and found a general consensus that the fix is to run CHKDSK /r , so i decided to try for a console. So I try to login anyway, hoping adainst hope that i might be able to get a command prompt open before time runs out (seems like a sick game :P ), but no luck. my next thought was of the rescue console in XP install disks, but for some reason the computer wont boot from the CD drive, even after i configured the BIOS to do so. Any ideas on how to go about this would be greatly appreciated. --luke
  4. I am trying to get the time since the unix epoch (1/1/1970 00:00:00) in milliseconds, but VB isnt co-operating. i can get the seconds, with "CInt(DateTimeValue.Subtract(CDate("1.1.1970 00:00:00")).TotalSeconds)"; but not the millis. Any help is great.
  5. lukeh53

    Bioware Bazaar

    BioWare has got this new thing called the BioWare Bazaar to celebrate their 15 year anniversery. They are doing a bunch of auctions and stuff so if you do their little questionaires and stuff you can get free crap. there were some alienware laptops on the list and about 20 graphics cards, so its not all junk. anyway, heres a link: BioWare Bazaar and if you would be so kind as to get me some points you could click here: Help out luk53 It sends you to either the mass effect 2 website, the Dragon age website or the bioware home page. Thanks and good luck to those that try
  6. lol, way too simple. That's the type of stuff i never bother to think about and it gets me into trouble. Thanks again.
  7. Well, all was working fine until windows had something to say. up to now i have been running only on ubuntu, but i need to have some windows hosts as well. and naturally windows doesnt agree with my code. apparently the float.hex() and float.fromhex() functions dont exist in windows, so im back to negative times. Some details: Python 2.5 Windows Vista Heres the updated server code: #!/usr/bin/python # Filename: time-server.py # author: luk53 # Help provided by: Sparda import socket, sys, time HOST = '' PORT = int(sys.argv[1]) s= socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) s.bind((HOST, PORT)) s.listen(1) conn, addr = s.accept() print '[+] Connection from: ', addr while 1: data = float.fromhex(conn.recv(1024)) #This line is causing problems if not data: break print '\nTime Now: ', time.time(), '\n[+] Time to send: ', time.time() - data, "\n" conn.close() and the client: #!/usr/bin/python # Filename: python-client.py # author: luk53 # Help provided by: Sparda import socket, sys, time HOST = 'localhost' PORT = int(sys.argv[1]) s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) s.connect((HOST, PORT)) timeNow = time.time().hex() #this line is causing problems print '\n Time Now: ', timeNow s.send(str(timeNow)) s.close() print '\n[+] Finished\n'
  8. That seems to have fixed it. Many thanks.
  9. I did as you suggested, but still no luck. heres the new output: from the server: [+] Connection from: ('127.0.0.1', 48697) Time Now: 1270257838.17 [+] Time to send: -0.00209617614746 and from the client: Time Now: 1270257838.17 [+] Finished
  10. sorry, i forgot to mention that i am running both programs on the same machine right now. i didn't want to mess with different systems until i knew the code worked.
  11. I am working on a science fair project and i am getting frustrated with python. I have two programs, one that receives information from the network that was sent by the other. the one that sends the information is sending the system time, which i got from time.time(), and the second takes that time, and subtracts it from the current time to find how long it took for the data to travel. what frustrates me is the fact that i am getting negative numbers on some runs. here is the code for the programs: this one receives the time: #!/usr/bin/python # Filename: time-server.py import socket, sys, time HOST = ''" PORT = int(sys.argv[1]) s= socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) s.bind((HOST, PORT)) s.listen(1) conn, addr = s.accept() print '[+] Connection from: ', addr while 1: data = float(conn.recv(1024)) if not data: break print '\n[+] Time to send: ', time.time() - data, "\n" conn.close() and this one sends the time: #!/usr/bin/python # Filename: python-client.py import socket, sys, time HOST = 'localhost' PORT = int(sys.argv[1]) s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) s.connect((HOST, PORT)) s.send(str(time.time())) s.close() print '\n[+] Finished\n' any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.
  12. I havent had a chance to try anything out yet (school/sports till 7) and i need tr re-install the drivers for the card before i can test anything, i just made the switch back to bt3. dont get me wrong, bt4 is awesome, but untill i can get some good wireless interneting going on im sticking with 3. ill post back when i get some results. thanks again, --luk53
  13. Hey everybody, I have a new(ish) Dell netbook that i have been running Linux on for a while now and i have finally found the road bump ( or cliff ) that i cant get past. So this netbook was made for XP originally, but i became disillusioned and switched to linux and as of yet things have worked amazingly. The problem is with my wireless internet card. I have a Broadcom bcm4322 and i am running it with the wl driver, which is the Linux version of the driver. After a bit of google-ing and much frustration, i have come to the conclusion that this card does NOT support monitor or injection mode. The driver works for connecting to the internet and such, but for some reason it wont allow virtual interfaces to be made, which makes it very hard to use airodump-ng and aircrack-ng. I was wondering if anyone has had a bit of experience with this, and if you managed to get this to work. I spent the last weekend on Google, trying to find a way to fix this, but haven't had any luck. any help or direction, or even just confirmation that this chipset is crap will be greatly appreciated. --luk53
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