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Windows 7 Gadgets - Windows 7 Logo Program Certification

One of the requirements for the 'Windows 7 Logo Program' is that the application must be a standalone application. Does a Windows 7 gadget qualify as a standalone application?

To my knowledge, a gadget runs under the Sidebar.exe process (also in Windows 7). Though the Sidebar is not visible in Windows 7 it runs in the background when a gadget is run.

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Windows 7 Gadgets - Windows 7 Logo Program Certification
gadgets: Need to uninstall a gadget programmatically through code in C#
Code Profiling in the Windows Sidebar Environment
Running MSI installers silently

sidebar.exe: Reliably detecting OS architecture in a Windows Desktop Gadget

I have some Javascript code that will programmatically register an COM interop assembly by writing all the necessary keys and values to the registry. An older version of this COM object was written in VB6 and didn't work correctly on x64 versions of Windows unless the user manually ran the x86 sidebar.exe, so some of our users would have switched to using the x86 sidebar.exe for the COM object to work.

In short, I need to correctly detect the architecture of the operating system currentl

sidebar.exe: Executing commands from C# problem

I've made a little C# tool for monitoring sidebar.exe (as some know there's a strange memory leak in it, so this monitor restarts the sidebar.exe process when it reaches a limit...).

Before this I had a .bat file doing it and I was running it manually, and it worked fine. Now, I'm executing the cmd commands from C#, but the behavior is different: only 4 of the 7 gadgets appear again after 'start sidebar.exe'. It always happens with the program, and never when run manually.

What's t

sidebar.exe: Windows 7 Gadgets - Windows 7 Logo Program Certification

One of the requirements for the 'Windows 7 Logo Program' is that the application must be a standalone application. Does a Windows 7 gadget qualify as a standalone application?

To my knowledge, a gadget runs under the Sidebar.exe process (also in Windows 7). Though the Sidebar is not visible in Windows 7 it runs in the background when a gadget is run.

sidebar.exe: gadgets: Need to uninstall a gadget programmatically through code in C#

Please let me know how to uninstall a gadget programmatically. Rite now i am using this command

sidebar.exe /uninstall gadget_name

but it just pop the gadget control window, do not uninstall the specified gadget.
Am I doing anything wrong with command.
Plz help.
Thanks in advance.

sidebar.exe: Code Profiling in the Windows Sidebar Environment

Does anyone know of a way I can code-profile my Windows Sidebar Gadget?

I've played around with the code-profiling tool in IE8's 'Developer Tools' and the code-profiling included in Visual Studio 2010, but I can't find a way to include the System.* API, which my gadget relies on (as it is standard in the Sidebar environment). The gadget also relies on cross-domain AJAX requests; which is normally permitted in the Sidebar environment.

By code-profiling I primarily mean:


sidebar.exe: Running MSI installers silently

I am having 3 files -


Alky for Applications.msi ( which make Vista Apps work on XP)
Windows VIsta sidebar.exe ( Which make that VIsta sidebar work on XP)
3.Gadget Extractor.msi ( A part of number 2)


I just want to have all the setups installed by just instlaling one. One of my freind told me that the MSI packages may be silently installed using /qb switch
the .exe I got there is NSIS setup which may be silently installed using /S switch.

SO I am a total n00b

start1.exe: Using Rx Repeat() and Replay() to cache and restart a DNS query

I'm a Rx newbie, so I hope you can bear with me. As an exercise for myself, and possibly a sample I can demonstrate for colleagues, I've done two wrapper ides for Dns.BeginGetHostEntry()/EndGetHostEntry(): DnsResolver and DnsResolverRx.

The ides each have a single public static method:

void Resolve(string host, Action<IPHostEntry> getResult, Control context = null);


...and some additional requirements to make it interesting:
1. if context is provided, getResult

javaw.exe: javaw.exe pdb not found

I am building a java application which call some function of a c++ dll using jni. When I tried to build my dll I get a pop up saying that debugging information for 'javaw.exe' cannot be found or does not match.Cannot find or open the pdb file. I have already set my environment variable. Is it normal and if not is there a way to avoid it ?

'javaw.exe': Loaded 'C:Program FilesJavajdk1.7.0_13jreinjavaw.exe', Cannot find or open the PDB file
'javaw.exe': Loaded 'C:WindowsSystem32 tdll.dll

ftp.exe: If I use the ftp.exe in the cmd line and do the APPEND command, but the file does not exist …

If I use the ftp.exe in the cmd line and do the APPEND command, but the file does not exist on the remote host, will the file be created?

dwm.exe: Is there anything to differentiate microsoft system processes running in a user's session wi…

Just curious, say, if I enumerate all processes running in a user's session, is there any way to tell which are Windows system processes (such as explorer.exe, taskhost.exe, dwm.exe, etc.) and which are processes started by a user?

dwm.exe: VB6 Drag and Drop Performance in Windows 8

I have a rather large VB6 application that features dragging and dropping controls between sub forms in an MDI application. The problem is the performance is really bad during the drag operation. You can see the element redrawing (slowly) as you drag it.

I first encountered this issue in Windows 7 and after some research concluded that it was a compatibility issue with the Aero interface. I was able to work around it by switching off the Aero effects. Now I am using Windows 8 the problem

csrss.exe: What does the csrss.exe process do?

What is the purpose of the csrss.exe (Client/Server Runtime Server Subsystem) on Windows?

Maybe someone could give a good explanation or pointers to documentation? Unfortunately Google results are pretty noisy when searching a core process of Windows.

The reason I'm asking is that I got a BSOD from my service application which seems to be related to the csrss.exe process, at least this is what the analysis of the memory dump shows:

PROCESS_OBJECT: 85eeeb70

IMAGE_NAME

thunderbird.exe: Batch Script Logging and it runs double?

I wrote a batch script to make a backup of my Thunderbird client on Windows 7. It works perfectly, but I am having issues with the logging part.

Essentially, I would like it to see what is going on in the command window when it runs, as well as to log all output to a .log file.

The problem: It logs to a file, but runs without anything in the command window. Then after it completes, it runs AGAIN, but this time displays what's happening in the command window.

Included: The

ravcpl64.exe: How to separate a executing path to file path and parameter?

There are such lines as

C:Program FilesRealtekAudioHDARAVCpl64.exe -s


in the registry key

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun


Now I want to separate the absolute path and parameters from the line.

If the line is

C:Space DirDot.DirSample Name.Dot.exe param path.'C:Space DirDot.DirSample Name.Dot.exe'


Which separator should I use to deal with this line? Is there any Windows API function to solve this problem?

notepad.exe: Trying to hook Notepad.exe

I'm trying to keyboard-hook Notepad.exe by using SetWindowsHookEx.

As you see, the working thread is sending its ASCII code, which is wParam, to the designated server.

UINT WINAPI SendToServer(LPVOID lpParam)
{
CSocket Client;

Client.Create();

Client.Connect('localhost', 6677);
Client.Send(lpParam, 2); // sending its ASICI code to Server

Client.Close();

return 0;
}

LRESULT CALLBACK KeyboardProc(int nCode, WPARAM

splwow64.exe: How to properly install virtual printer using WinAPI on Win x64?

I am trying to install virtual printer from C++ console program using WinAPI calls. It works fine on Windows XP, but on Windows 7 x64 there are some processes which lock files in system folders, required for install. I think they appear only on x64 Windows systems, but I haven't tested it with Windows XP x64.

These are processes splwow64.exe and PrintIsolationHost.exe. I tried to kill them programmaticly and it turns out well (well, for terminating PrintIsolationHost.exe I've set a Debug

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