actually by default i have downloaded windows xp software, now which is aying tht wht you have downloaded is not a geniuine software n everytime its warning by YOU MAY BE THE VICTIM OF SOFTWARE COUNTERFEITING .... N MY monitor class has changed and some of ma registry has changed which i got to know frm spybot search n destroy how to get rid of it
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Are you using two monitors?
Adjust the resolution of the one you use most and download the newest driver package from the manufacturer of your video chips - Nvidia, AMD-ATI or Intel.
The manufacturer's software has a special utility just for this purpose, to put great displays on two monitors or to adjust just the main one, can even display up-side-down!
this is not a big problem i have a tip to resolve this in a minute. i am providing you a link from where you can download xp genuine utility in the downloaded program and run windows xp genuine advantage tool. the message which is displaying on your task bar will be remove permanently from your task bar by using this utility. this is the link to download this utility
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Hi there. Sounds like it could be a malware virus that gives you false alerts. Run a virus scan using your own software. I would also download and install Windows Defender from Microsoft, update it, and then run a scan in Safe Mode. If neither of these come up with anything, then I would try Windows Live OneCare Safety Scanner. Just click on this link, and click Full Service Scan: http://onecare.live.com/site/en-gb/default.htm
If none of the above work, and you believe that you have a genuine copy of XP, give Microsoft customer services a call, they will ask you for your Windows Key and can check that it is.
You need a crossover CAT5 cable like this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812119153
It must be a crossover cable not a straight cable.
Plug one end into the LAN port of your desktop and the other into the LAN port of your laptop.
Go to the control panel and click the Network Icon, in the list on the left click "set up a home or small office network" the wizard will walk you through it, it is very easy.
You will need to think of a name for your network (MSHOME is the default setting) and use that name on both machines and you will have to give each machine a name.