Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Download FREEv Windows XP with SP3 via HTTP or Torrent


Microsoft has released Windows XP with Service Pack 3 integrated or slipstreamed as full bootable setup installation CD in ISO image format to MSDN or TechNet Plus subscribers. As usual, the ISO images for many versions of Windows XP with SP3 CD or DVD ISO images have been leaked to Internet for free download. Here’s a collection of unmodified, untouched and original copy of official integrated Windows XP with SP3 slipstreamed ISO images as if when the CD images are downloaded from MSDN or TechNet Plus servers.

Almost all versions of integrated Windows XP with SP3 full install CD or DVD image in ISO formats are published. For example, Windows XP Home and Professional Edition, and both versions for retail and volume license (VL or VOL) customers, where retail version now does not require a product key to install, while VL version requires a volume licensing product key (VLK) to install. There are almost K, N, and KN releases, which is meant to customers in countries which enforce antitrust regulations. All integrated builds for Windows XP SP3 is of 32-bit (x86) versions.

Note: If you’re looking for standalone update package that will install Windows XP SP3 on your existing XP SP2 or SP1 system, check out the Windows XP SP3 direct download links from Microsoft Download Center or direct download links for Windows XP SP3 from WU server.

Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (x86) Retail CD (English)

Direct Download via HTTP:en_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_x14-80428.iso
Download with BitTorrent Torrent Client:Windows_XP_Professional_with_Service_Pack_3_(x86)_Retail.4169906.TPB.torrent
Size: 589.14 MB
MD5: F424A52153E6E5ED4C0D44235CF545D5
SHA1: 1c735b38931bf57fb14ebd9a9ba253ceb443d459

Monday, April 13, 2009

How can I get the IP address of someone I'm instant messaging, and does it actually identify them?



wanna know friends ip adress

Go to Start-->Run-->type in CMD-->Type in netstat, and look at the list given......

If you know his ISP you will be able to tell which is his, and which isn't. Finding the IP is simple, just type in netstat -n. 

The hostname will be like 890atlanticbb.net:3030

so when you type in netstat -n, look for the number ending in 3030.

The IP would be

If it is a dial-up account, this will most likely change. If using Cable or DSL, although now always static, they do remain constant for some time. Do you have an emails from your friend?

View the message header information and read from the top down. It should be the last IP in the header.

To use CMD and netstat, you need to have some type of connection with your friend. Not always the case. Email would be a good and easy first step. If not, initiate an IM Chat with your friend. This will help the netstat info.

I sense that your trying some kinda nasty stuff, well all you need is access to their command prompt, so go to your friends house and distract your freinds attention, like ask him to get cookies or just plain water or ask your girlfriend to keep him engaged over the phone.In the meantime all you have to do is
I.P address.........................xxx..xxx...
chk for this.