January 21, 2010

Add logo to System Properties on XP

Here is a simple and easy way to add your logo to the system properties when right clicking on the My Computer Icon and selecting properties. As show on this image:

Adding Logo to System Properties

All you need is a 128x128 BMP image othe formats will not work and name it oemlogo.bmp then save it to the following directory.


Then create a text file and name it oeminfo.ini

Save the file in the same directory.

In the oeminfo.ini file insert the following:

Model=Yeah! I'm Daniel Castrellon

[Support Information]
Line1="Yeah! I'm Daniel Castrellon"
Line2="Enter what you want here"
Line3="Enter what you want here"
Line4="Enter what you want here"
Line5="Enter what you want here"
Line6="Enter what you want here"
Line7="Enter what you want here"
Line8="Enter what you want here"
Line9="Enter what you want here"
Line10="Enter what you want here"
Line11="Enter what you want here"

you are done.




January 06, 2010

Resize your icons in Windows Vista

Minimize all the windows you have open (if any), then press and hold the "Ctrl" key and scroll up or down with your mouse wheel. This will allow you to increase or decrease the size of the icons from your desktop.



January 04, 2010

Can't find cd/dvd windows Xp

Have you came across an issue with your DVD/CD on your system that the DVD and/or CD are not visible on your computer? Well I have found a fix for this and may help you like it helped me in a PC repair I had from a user. Hope this helps all you need is to download it and put it on a flash drive and run the exe file and restart your system that's it...

Here is the link to download the file.. [ Click here to download ]



December 17, 2009

Error from Outlook when openning files

I know I have not added any computer repair tips but I'm working on it and hope this one helps.

This is just one of many so please be patient.

This error appears on outlook when trying to download a file or opening it.

Permission Error

The issue is that Outlook only saves the same file 100 times or 99 times if the file has the named the same every time it is opened.

The file is stored in the following path:

c:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\
c:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\8RLGKNJQ

Just delete the file name you were trying to open ex. 1.tif, 1(1).tif,1(2).tif and so on.

Then try to open the file from outlook and you should be able to open it.




June 25, 2009

LeiNaD's P3 CD

This cd was modified by LeiNaD for the purpose of checking hard drive problems and in the hope you can solved the problem yourself without having to call an outside tech that will charge you up the wah-zoo. I guess if this helps you in any way then you can trust me to help you on other harder computer problems this CD cannot help you with.  You can down load it and then burn it into a CD from two ways: 

1 :  >>

2: LeiNaDs-P3-CD.iso >>

If you come across any issues just email me at





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