This video show how simple it is to use the Microsoft Surface SDK to develop WPF programs.
I stumbled upon this error all of a sudden when I was working in a project. There was this SQL Server 2000 database that existed, that very few knew nothing about. This error message confused me a lot, because it didn’t show up when I was running some scripts from the Query Analyzer, but is showed up when I ran the exact same scripts from within a SSIS SQL task.
As it turned out, the database had some unknown owner. Here’s how to find out.
SELECT Name AS DBName, suser_sname(sid) AS Owner FROM master.dbo.sysdatabases WHERE suser_sname(sid) IS NULL
If you get any results, you can set an owner for those databases using:
USE <THE DATABASE NAME>EXEC sp_changedbowner 'sa'
That should take care of the problem.
So, you have installed Microsoft Visual Studio 2005/2008, created a Web Project using the ASP.NET Development server, hit F5 and you are greeted with this:
Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage.
This is NOD32’s fault.
Set the NOD32’s control panel to advanced mode.
Go to Setup->Antivirus and antispyware…
and click on Web Access protection->Configure…
Select "HTTP and POP3 ports" in the Protocol Filtering section.
So, on my laptop, a HP 8510w running Windows Vista Ultimate x64, I did enable the advanced performance option in the Policies for the disk:
What I hoped for was a blasting performance increase that would blow me away. I enabled it and let it on for a couple of weeks. To my disappointment, I didn’t notice much of an improvement. So today, I disabled it back to default. And let me say this: the performance now is a lot better. Everything is snappier, program starts quicker, everything feels a lot smoother.
I didn’t expect that.
So, really what’s the deal here? Maybe this explains a lot.
My suggestion is to let it be disabled.