Complete Internet Repair Utility

Reset, Repair Internet & Browser Settings To Fix Internet Connection

      We are living in an Internet age and with any widely used technologies, come a new set of problems. That is why we developed Complete Internet Repair to solve these problems as they arrive. Complete Internet Repair does exactly what it says. It attempts to repair everything internet related, including networking problems. With any repair utility, you will need to remember only two golden rules. Firstly; don’t try and repair something that is not broken, you might break it. Secondly; the utility can’t repair it all, we are not like the all-seeing and all-knowing Oracle, we cannot anticipate each and every situation, but this all said, this utility should be able to help with most situations. Rizone Complete Internet Repair is basically a combination of Internet Recovery KIT and Winsock Repair. It could help if you are experiencing any of the following problems:

·         Internet or network problem after removing adware, spyware, virus, worm, Trojan horse, etc.
·         Loss network connection after installing/uninstalling adware, spyware, antispam, vpn, firewall or other networking programs.
·         Unable to access any webpage or can only access some webpages.
·         Pop-up error window with network related problem description.
·         No network connectivity due to registry errors.
·         DNS lookup problem.
·         Fail to renew the network adapter’s IP address or other DHCP errors.
·         Network connectivity issue with limited or no connections message.
·         Windows update does not work
·         You are having problems connecting to secured websites (ex. Banking).
·         Internet Explorer stopped working or crashes all the time.
·         Other networking problems.

Fix or Repair Bad USB Pen Drive Drivers & Registry Settings

    In today’s IT world, where data transfer into the systems with the help of USBs has become an important task. No one can even think of removing USB port from the system. But, what if some problem comes with the USB drivers which makes it very difficult for the user and it becomes a tedious task to rectify and fix it. For this, MK Registry & USB Fixer is a small, yet very effective and easy to use application that allows you to quickly repair your registry and USB drivers. All the features present in this application are very useful and also are easily accessible through the main window itself. You just have to select the options available on the screen which corresponds to the actions that you want to be performed and then simply press the FIX button.

Free AVI, FLV, MP4, VOB, MKV Video Cutter (Splitter)

        Here we’ll show you how to cut videos into parts using a well-known video splitter called Free Video Cutter ( Download ). In some occasions, we would find a certain part of a video to be especially interesting. Instead of keeping the entire video, we can cut only the part that we like out of it and save the part as a new file. By doing so, you can save your hard disk space from storing full-sized videos when you can actually store only the parts you like. You can also share the cut parts with your friends easily since they are much more smaller in size. It definitely save your time when it comes to uploading the video parts to social networking sites such as Facebook

The scissor you need: Free Video Cutter

Free Video Cutter has been widely used for years now. It is a freeware that is able to split your video file into parts of your choice. A video cutter is also known as video splitter or video clipper. It has a very user-friendly interface as if a 5 years old boy would know how to use it. It supports most of the common video formats such as AVI, FLV, MP4, VOB, MKV, MPEG 1/2, MPEG4, DivX, Xvid, MOV and Flash video. This program also guarantees the quality of any output video.

Repair & Fix Windows 7 & Vista problems with FixWin Utility

We are pleased to release a first-of-its-kind  application for Windows 7 & Vista: FixWin. FixWin is a 529 KB freeware portable application to repair & fix common Windows annoyances & issues. FixWin detects whether you have Windows 7 or Windows Vista installed and accordingly offers you the relevant fixes only.

While there were several tutorials and how-to’s already available on the Internet to deal with such annoyances, FixWin  as a single utility was conceptualized, to fix some of the common annoyances which may be faced by a Windows user.


1.Lauch Windows Task Manager.
2.End wgatray.exe process in Task Manager.
3.Restart Windows XP in Safe Mode.
4.Delete WgaTray.exe from c:\Windows\System32.
5.Delete WgaTray.exe from c:\Windows\System32\dllcache.
6.Lauch RegEdit.
7.Browse to the following location:
Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Notify
8.Delete the folder ‘WgaLogon’ and all its contents
9.Reboot Windows XP.

Improve Disk, Registry, Startup Programs and Network Performance In Windows Using A Single Freeware Tool

PC House Keeper 2012 is the most comprehensive PC maintenance software for Windows Vista and Windows 7 computers with 20 different tools (and counting) that are specifically designed to help diagnose and improve your computer’s system and network performance. 

This software will help you dramatically increase system and network performance with just a few clicks.

Setup SSH Key Authentication (Password-Less Authentication)

Setup ssh key authentication for password-less login between servers.  For use by ssh/sftp users or scripts.
Source Server (or local system)
Generate RSA key for user on this system, you can also use DSA.  This asks for key pass-phrase but you can leave it blank.
ssh-keygen -t rsa
This asks for location to place the generated key, by default it will be your home directory (ex: /home/your_username/.ssh/).  This generates two files:  id_rsaand  Content of is what we need to copy to destination server.

Restrict network access by time or IP address with Squid

There are a number of reasons why you would want to restrict network access. You run a cafe with web access or you have young or teenage children and you want them to only be able to use the network at certain times. Their are certainly tools out there to do this on a PC-by-PC basis, but why not employ a proxy server instead? One of the best (and most robust) proxy servers available for the Linux operating system is theSquid Proxy server. But don’t let the name fool you, you do not have to install Squid on a server. You can just as easily install squid on a Linux desktop machine and control network access from your LAN.
Of course when you open up your /etc/squid/squid.conf file you might be a bit overwhelmed. So in this article I am going to show you two ways to limit access with Squid (instead of tossing the whole configuration file at you at once). I will also show you the quick and dirty method of installing Squid on a Fedora 13 machine. Once done with this article, you will at least be able to control network access by time or by IP address. In later articles we will discuss other ways to control network access with Squid.

Vinagre remote desktop connection for Linux

Do you administer Linux machines? Or do you just need the ability to remotely connect to your Linux machines from other Linux machines? If so, are you looking for an easy solution for this task? There is one, if you are a fan of the GNOME desktop.
Vinagre is a remote desktop tool with plenty of features and ease of use for just about any level of user. It’s enjoying release 2.30.1 so it’s quite mature. In this article I will show you how to install and use the default GNOME remote desktop tool.
Vinagre offers enough features to help make it stand out among other rdp clients:

See what images are being viewed on your network with driftnet

I want to preface this article by saying I am not, in any way advocating spying on your users. With that said, there are times (and reasons) why you might need to see what images are being viewed on your network. Whether it be an end user who is viewing content that goes against specific company policies or, worse, against the law. When this happens, you might have need or cause to see just what is being viewed from your LAN. When this is the case there is a handy tool for that called Driftnet.
Driftnet was inspired by the old Apple program EtherPEG and works by watching TCP streams for images and MPEG audio streams. As it listens I dumps the images into a user configured directory and/or it can display the images within a window as they are captured. In this article I will show you how to install and use Driftnet.

Connect remotely from Linux with Terminal Server Client

I do a lot of remote work throughout the day and to make those connections I use different tools. Between LogMeIn andTeamViewer I have remote support covered. But when I need to connect to a machine such as a Terminal Server, where do I turn? Generally speaking I turn to the Linux tool Terminal Server Client (tsclient.) This tool makes connecting to unattended remote servers a snap — and it workswith different protocols.
Just what does tsclient offer? Take a look at this short list of features:

Network Troubleshooting Basics: Tracert & Pathping

This article is the third in a series of the basics of network troubleshooting. So farping and ipconfig have been covered. Now tracert and pathping, which are similar commands, will be covered. While this is a basic tutorial, there are some intermediate tips and topics included. The focus will be on Windows based systems(with a tip or two for other systems).
Both of these commands are designed to give you more detailed information than the ping command. They will tell you about steps along the way. This can help you narrow down where a problem is.

The Tracert Command Basics

The tracert command is also called traceroute on other systems, such as on a Mac or in Cisco’s IOS (used in its routers and switches). It is used to find out what other devices are on the path to a destination. It works by sending out a number of signals. Each signal has an amount of locations it can jump to, called a time to live (TTL).

Network Troubleshooting Basics: Some Simple Steps

This article is the fourth and final part of a series on the basics of networktroubleshooting. The tools covered in the previous articles (pingipconfigtracert and pathping) will be combined into a troubleshooting method. This guide will teach you valuable steps in finding where a problem is on a network connection.
One of my networking classes included the basics of troubleshooting a network connection. It included basic command line tools that really were very easy to use and understand. Most of the students thought they were fun to use.
Knowing these commands before having to deal with the frustration of a network connection problem is not a bad idea. A working connection shows you what is supposed to happen. If you see something different, you will know something is up. When problems strike, at the least you can get an idea of what is going on.