menghapus virus tanpa antivirus

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Cara praktis menghilangkan virus tanpa antivirus ? kalo mau tahu coba trik menghilangkan virus komputer yang akan saya share di bawah ini. Tapi mungkin gak semua virus bisa di selesaikan dengan cara ini OK. Karena semakin hari virus yang dibuat semakin mencapai kesempurnaan bagaikan mahluk yang memang hidup secara nyata. Berikut cara-caranya :

Pertama buka urutan di bawah ini:

Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore

Cara ini yang biasa saya kerjakan apabila saya telah mentok akal mengatasi virus. Sedikit catatan mengenai System Restore. System Restore merupakan sebuah fungsi untuk mengembalikan settingan anda seperti semula seperti waktu penggunaan yang anda pilih. Setiap anda menginstal atau uninstal software, biasanya System Restore akan menyimpan Settingan lama anda sebelum anda mengistal atau uninstal software tersebut. Dengan cara ini setiap ekstensi exe atau aplikasi apapun yang terinstal sesudahnya akan dihapuskan atau dihilangkan. Termasuk Register Windows anda akan kembali seperti semula. Hal inilah yang bisa membikin virus hilang dari komputer anda.

Menggunakan cara ini anda tentunya tidak diharuskan melakukan instalasi antivirus di komputer anda. Tapi seringkali ada beberapa virus yang secara otomatis mematikan fungsi restore point ini. Jika ini terjadi lakukan shutdown manual lewat tombol power atau cabut aja kabel anda, atau matikan listrik istilahnya (dengan resiko kemungkinan ada file yang rusak, tapi biasanya tidak terjadi kok), lalu boot dari safe mode dan restore dari sana ke settingan sebelum terkena virus. Biasanya berhasil kok, terutama untuk brontok selalu berhasil. Saya juga heran brontok kan sangat mudah dikenali secara visual kenapa kok bisa-bisanya terkena virus ini, mungkin bagi yang pemula kali ya? Ok selamat mencoba trik di atas dan semoga berhasil.

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rumah murah

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RUMAH DIJUAL: Promo Tanpa uang muka

Perum Graha Perdana Gedawang Banyumanik Semarang

Rp. 95.000.000 - 185.000.000

Sertifikat Hak Milik

Kamar tidur: 2
Kamar mandi: 1
Garasi: 1

DAFTAR HARGA PERUMAHAN GRAHA PERDANA BANYUMANIK SEMARANG
PT. GRAHA PRIMA PERKASA

Type : 40/84
Harga Jual : 185,000,000
Tanda Jadi : 2000,000
Uang Muka% : -
Pokok Kredit : 183,000,000
Angsuran :-> 5TH: 3,781,041 ->10TH: 2,298,405 ->15TH: 1,834,399

Type : 30/70
Harga Jual : 135,000,000
Tanda Jadi : 2000,000
Uang Muka% : -
Pokok Kredit : 133,000,000
Angsuran :-> 5TH: 2,747,296 ->10TH: 1,670,426 ->15TH: 1,333,197

Type : 27/60
Harga Jual : 95,000,000
Tanda Jadi : 2000,000
Uang Muka% : -
Pokok Kredit : 93,000,000
Angsuran :-> 5TH: 1,921,512 ->10TH: 1,168,042 ->15TH: 932,235


CATATAN :

  • Cara Kepemilikan Rumah
  1. Mengisi formulir pemesan Rumah/Kavling dan pembayaran tanda jadi
  2. Satu minggu setela pembayaran Tanda Jadi Konsumen/Pembeli mulai membayar uang muka
  3. Harga diatas belum termasuk biaya BPHTB dan KPR yang meliputi: Provisi, Adm, Notaris BBN, AJB, Asuransi Jiwa dan Kebakaran
  4. Jika terjadi pembatalan pemesan rumah maka tanda jadi hilang dan uang muka dipotong 25%
  5. KPR melalui Bank MANDIRI, BNI, BTN
  6. Besarnya suku Bunga dan angsuran disesuaikan dengan ketentuan Bank yang berlaku saat realisasi KPR
  • Harga tersebut sewaktu-waktu dapat berubah tanpa ada pemberitahuan terlebih dahulu
  • Perubahan desain dikenakan tambahan biaya yang besarnya disesuaikan
  • Kelebihan tanah dihitung Rp.600.000 /m2 rumah type 30/70, 27/60
  • Kelebihan tanah dihitung Rp. 650.000 /m2 rumah type 40/84
  • Kelebihan tanah dibayar sebelum akad kredit

Hubungi :
Eko Kusniyanto
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Best Practices for Computer Performance and Safety

Hardware Considerations

I primarily want to share setup insights not directly related to the hardware in any given system, but in order to facilitate that advice there are a couple of basic principles of computer design I would like to encourage.

Use a Dual Hard Drive Setup - I strongly recommend having two hard drives: a smaller, fast one for Windows and applications, and a larger one for data storage. Some folks might need even more data drives (which is fine), but the important part is to separate your data from your OS installation and programs. There are several advantages to this approach, including:

  • You can reinstall Windows or programs without affecting saved data files

  • Data can be backed up easily and independent of application files

  • The data drive could be moved to a new computer in the future

  • You can invest in a high-speed drive for your OS / applications without having to buy into large capacity that might be cost-prohibitive

  • You can get a large, slow data drive without having to worry as much about affecting application performance (though data stored on that drive would be slower)

  • Both drives can be active and accessing data at the same time without slowing each other down

Personally, as of writing this document, I use a 80GB Intel SSD for my main drive with a 500GB data drive. I also use an external 1TB disk for backups.

If you want to make it easy to save data to your secondary drive without having to manually change where every file is saved, consider migrating your Documents folder to the drive. You can do this by opening the User folder (top-right option in Windows 7's start menu). In the window that opens, right-click on each of the folders listed there - My Documents, My Pictures, My Music, etc - and go to Properties. Select the Location tab and then click on Move to relocate the folder to your preferred drive.

Get Lots of RAM - It has always been my opinion that more RAM (random access memory) is better than faster RAM. There is anywhere from a 0 - 5% performance spread in most applications between the slowest and fastest DDR3 RAM currently available. This is very small, considering the higher cost of enthusiast memory. However, there is a massive performance difference between having enough memory for everything you are running and falling short of that amount. When you don't have enough memory, Windows will use hard drive space to make up the difference, and that is infinitely slower than RAM, causing a system to grind to a near-halt.

You do need to balance out the amount of memory you get with the cost, and while prices on memory usually trend downward over time they can fluctuate greatly in the short-term. Right now I think that 6, 8 or 12GB is reasonable, depending largely on how many slots for memory a given motherboard has. 4GB is sufficient for more basic usage, but if you tend to run multiple programs at once, I'd aim higher.

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The Different Memory Cards And The Speed Of Some Of Them



The MMC and Secure digital cards are not the same but are interchangeable. The difference has to do with copy protections of the disk volume on the SD card. This extra feature makes the SD attractive for people who use them in MP3 players. No other cards are interchangeable. The Canon Power shot A510 you described comes with only 16MB, so it would be best to invest in more memory capacity. What I would recommend is getting one memory card that you will be able to use, even as your need for the amount of pictures you want to take changes.
For this use I would recommend the SanDisk 1 GB Secure Digital Memory Card. Usually running around $90 this card will allow you transfer large files, take hundreds of photos, handle large movie files, and take pictures on the highest resolution setting. If you are looking for something with less storage space, but with an equally reduced cost. I would recommend the Kingston 512 MB SD Memory Card running from around $44. This card holds a significantly less amount of pictures, but still performs well.

Actually the Kodak cards are probably made by SanDisk anyway as Kodak manufacturers very little these days and subs most everything out. I use both
Compact Flash and Secure Disc memory cards and I'd be hard pressed to see any difference between the quality of the files stored on different types of cards or brands. And I have never heard of a problem of loss of quality because of a memory card.

What I have experienced is the corruption of the files on a memory card. I have several digital cameras of different brands and one day loaded a CF card from one camera into another. I am not sure but I think that the second camera tried to overwrite the first's directory and caused the loss of some information and a few files to be corrupted. I would suggest that you get yourself a program like RescuPro. It is a program that both finds and recovers lost and corrupted files and it wipes and deletes images files from a memory card.

Besides the price and fancy name, the difference between each generation of SanDisk cards is speed. A lot of people aren't aware of this, but the speed at which you can take pictures and speed of transferring them to you your computer really depends on the type of memory card you have. Overall, SanDisk has a great reputation for making fast cards. The Sony A-100 has a burst rate of three frames per second, which is similar to my camera.

With a slower card you only may be able to write five or six frames before the card has to stop the camera. If you're into sports I suggest the III or IV, especially since you have 10.2 megapixels which will eat up write time.

Another thing is the speed you can transfer your pictures to your computer. The best setup is a card reader and a 2.0 USB port. It also makes a huge difference what type of card your pictures are stored on. If you're transferring 200 10.2MP RAW images the difference between the original and IV can be minutes. The type of card is really important. Personally, since you'll be saving large files like 10.2MP, I'd go for the III or IV, but it is completely up to you.

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