Friday, February 23, 2007

Additional Information on Email Configuration.

To download your email to outlook follow this complete instruction. Setup for your new email domain is very much like in gmail. Just remember to use our new domain name code name DKM.

Click here to go the Google Help Center . This is just a continuation from my previous post. If you have any other concerns, email or call me, or via chat suppor through yahoo.

Thursday, February 08, 2007

How to configure POP Access on your Forex account hosted under Google.

How do I configure POP Access?

From The Google Help Center

Configuring POP access for your email account is very similar to configuring POP access in Gmail. Here's what you need to know:

Any time you're asked for your username during the configuration process, you'll need to enter your full email address (
The incoming server is still or, and outgoing server is or
You can learn more about configuring POP Access in the Gmail Help Center.

The process could not enumerate changes at the Subscriber.

The error "The process could not enumerate changes at the Subscriber", can mean a lot of things. But if you look on the details of this error on your enterprise manager you will notice that it says something like this:

General netowork error. Check your network documentation.

Yes, there is probably a network connection problem on the other end or the subscriber server is offline.

New Forex Company Email is up.

The new Forex Company Email is up. This email service aims to minimize or eliminate the spread of spam, viruses and other malicious threat. The new mail service is Powered by Google under Google Apps for Domain, and is Fast, Safe and Secured. These services are all unified by the start page, a unique, dynamic page where users can preview their inboxes and calendars, browse content and links that you choose, search the web, and further customize the page to their liking.

Monday, January 29, 2007

How to find the current IP address of my PC?

To find the current ip address assigned on your pc, follow these steps :
  1. Open the command prompt or the DOS prompt, to do this,
  2. Click on the Start Menu.
  3. Click on run.
  4. Type command or cmd
  5. Now on the blinking cursor, type ipconfig .
  6. Then press enter. You will then see the ip address details of your computer.
  7. Type exit on the blinking cursor to exit the command prompt.

Friday, January 26, 2007

Assigning a static ip address

Assigning a static ip address -
This is a continuation from my previous post, How to configure my pc to have a static ipaddress?

Each computer in a network has its own IP address. That IP address can be static or dynamic, static which means that it never changes / permanent unless you change it to another one. Dynamically which may change from time to time.

There are different methods in assigning an IP Address, each differs on the operating system that you are using on your pc. I will assume you have windows xp installed.

Follow these steps:

Method I
  1. Open Windows Start Menu, click on the Start.
  2. Click on Control Panel.
  3. Open Network and Internet Connections.
  4. Open Network Connections.
  5. Open Local Area Connection or Internet Connection.
  6. Click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
  7. Now the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is highlighted, click on Properties.
  8. In the General Tab, Click on Use the following IP address.
  9. In the IP Address field enter the static IP address you want to assign to your computer.
      • For example: 192.168.1.x
  10. In the Subnet Mask field enter the subnet mask used by your router.
      • For example:
  11. In the Default Gateway field enter your router's ip address or your routers default gateway.
  12. In Use the following DNS server addresses, enter all the IP addressses for the DNS servers your router uses.
  13. Click ok to close all open window.
  14. Your static ip address is now set.

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Talking about productivity and security

Productivity and security is the most important thing to remember this days. To browse the internet more securely I recommend that you install and use FireFox instead of Internet Explorer to prevent malicious softwares, spywares and other threat. It's the first step to secured browsing. Check the top on the left sidebar to download FireFox now.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

How to configure my pc to have static ip address?

How to configure my pc to have a static ip address?

First what is a static ip address?
  • In simple terms it is a fixed address assigned to a device such as a Personal Computer/Laptop, PDA, network printers and more.
  • This is in contrast to a dynamic IP address which may change at any time.

Do you need a router?

The question do I need a router always comes into question. The answer is yes and no. If you have only one computer at home, you don't need a router, but if you have at least two computer that needs to access the internet at the same time, then you need a router. Plus if you have additional device that needs an internet connection to work, a router will solve your problem.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

What is a router?

A router is a network device that delivers Internet Protocol (IP) data packets to and from multiple computers or devices on a network. You may already have a router attached your DSL or Cable modem and your computer. A router allows you to connect more than one device to your Internet connection at the same time. It acts as a junction between two or more networks to transfer data packets among them.

Your router must:

  • Be DSL/Cable Modem web-safe
  • Provide NAT (Network Address Translation)
  • Provide DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)

Most routers support these requirements.

Friday, January 19, 2007

Local Area Network (LAN)

A local area network (LAN) is a group of computers and associated devices that share a common communications line or wireless link. By far the most common type of data network. A LAN serves a local area (typically the area of a floor, in close proximity to each other such as in an office building, home, or school.)

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Another reminder to everybody, PLEASE PROTECT YOUR PC


Today I'll leave you with this reminder, again, please protect your pc, scan your pc for viruses, spyware, adware, malware, trojans and other threats / unwanted software.

How do I do this, you ask?
  1. Use a Firewall
    • This helps keep out hackers and some viruses, if you have a router at home or at the office, most of them have a built in firewall, but you might have to enable it. If you have Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home and Windows XP Media Center, you have to enable the firewall, or use a firewall software app of your choice.
  2. Secure your wireless connection
    • All wireless connection by default don't have protection enabled, you have to enable it the first time you use it, if not you're vulnerable
  3. For Windows users, always download the latest update
  4. Install Antivirus Software
  5. Fight Spyware
  6. Backup your files regularly.

The sound card problem fixed

The sound card problem on the my post last Jan 13, 2007 has been fixed. The pci card needed to be reinserted. After that, everything was, fine, no hardware dectection problem encountered, everything went smooth.

If you want to read the post click here.

Sometimes expansion cards / pci cards, needs to be pulled out and reinserted in a new expansion slot, the current slot is probably damage, or dirty, you might need to slightly clean the inside of your CPU with a soft paint brush.

General Network error - cannot connect to subscriber db

Today Jan 18, 2007, I found out the the SQL Server Distributor, cannot connect to the subscriber machine probably for a day or two. The following error message log from the distributor machine tells us that there is a communication failure between the distributor and the subsriber.

Because of these communication problem, between the servers data are not transmitted to FCPHIL.

Communication link failure
(Source: SUBSCRIBERDB-XXX (Data source); Error number: 0)

The process could not connect to Subscriber 'SUBSCRIBERDB-XXX'.
(Source: SUBSCRIBERDB-XXX (Agent); Error number: 20084)
SQL Server does not exist or access denied.
(Source: SUBSCRIBERDB-XXX (Data source); Error number: 17)

The process could not enumerate changes at the 'Subscriber'.
(Source: Merge Replication Provider (Agent); Error number: -2147200999)
General network error. Check your network documentation.
(Source: SUBSCRIBERDB-XXX (Data source); Error number: 11)
The process was successfully stopped.
(Source: Merge Replication Provider (Agent); Error number: -2147199469)

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Another Sound Card Problem, with HP A1510n

Remember 2 of my previous post about the sound card problem on a HP Pavilion A1510n
I have another one, the same problem involving a sound card, this one running windows 2000 professional. I did the same thing, I downgraded the OS from Windows XP Media Center, W2k Pro to have full network functionality, after Win2k installation, I simply used the recovery disk that I created so I can have Win2k Detect and install the hardware. The video was installed with no problem, same with the LAN interface and the modem, except the sound card.

Anyway, on the other HP Pavilion A1510n see these post:
So yeah, we bought another Comp USA Sound Card, and installed in this Win2k PC, but on this one, the driver that came with PCI Sound card, also didn't work. I'm still trying to figure out my next move. Any suggestions? Let me work on it and I'll get back to you.