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    killing a windows machine

    hello

    just wondered how you would kill a windows pc (2000 / xp), by selective file deletion ?

    I presume you would have to disable windows file protection first, then delete certain files, and prevent them from being replaced at start up?

    Ive seen some intelligent and knowledgeable posters here, and have been wondering about this question for some time.

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    Thumbs up oh yeah!

    hey there manc! man, this sounds like a lot of fun!!! ok, so the quickest answer of all: screw boot.ini and you're done. but you hafta know, one can get very inventive with completing this task. so, pls give me more details about what you want to do and where (if you run under a limited account,etc) and i promise i'll try my best!
    cheers!

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    I was looking for ways under 2 account types:

    Administrator (local)and user

    the boot.ini is a good s***estion, and one that didnt occur to me (should have thought back to my NT days)

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    Russ Guest
    Is that computer on the network or local machine? Either way you can copy that boot.ini file to a disk or whatnot and then delete it. The pc of course wont boot. Then you can put that file back in and boot into it.

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    Im just curious to see who has the most creative way to slowly destroy a machine day by day. Post your scripts/ideas here:
    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/services.php]Speed Up Windows XP[/url]
    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/ip.php]Get An Ip Address[/url]
    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/base_converter.php]Base Converter[/url]
    --------------------------------
    [URL=http://www.boninroad.com/syntax******/]Old Site[/URL]
    [URL=http://www.syntax******.info]Comming Soon[/URL]

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    i have an ideea too: say a way to crash the os, then the recovery method. it's more efficient this way. so, recovering the boot.ini can be done like this: boot from winxp cd, enter the recovery console, log on to that windows installation then use "bootcfg" and "fixboot".

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    How about rip it out the wall, kick it down the stairs? Dont just say what you want to do, show how you can do it with a script or two~ If you want to crash a WinBoX... Pretend its not yours, but an admin is logged on to a WINNT machine w/ XP SP2 - You have *0 seconds before the admin gets back. You have a floppy with a series of scripts on it. What would the scripts say:
    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/services.php]Speed Up Windows XP[/url]
    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/ip.php]Get An Ip Address[/url]
    [url=http://www.syntax******.info/tools/base_converter.php]Base Converter[/url]
    --------------------------------
    [URL=http://www.boninroad.com/syntax******/]Old Site[/URL]
    [URL=http://www.syntax******.info]Comming Soon[/URL]

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    Exclamation

    can someone tell me how to hack a program called Foolproof.exe or somethin...because at my school there is a website block program...and me and my friend are trying to crash it using our C++ powers O.o well...and asm (thats my job lol) so please! any tips?

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    lucy Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by drummerdude
    can someone tell me how to hack a program called Foolproof.exe or somethin...because at my school there is a website block program...and me and my friend are trying to crash it using our C++ powers O.o well...and asm (thats my job lol) so please! any tips?
    You need to be nice boy, go to school, stay cool, then drink your milk and go to bed

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    Talking

    lol um...thats not life but can you answer my question or not?

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