Showing posts from April, 2008

Lsass.exe - Insufficient System Error

Lsass.exe Error - insufficient system resources exist to complete the API I encountered this error a while ago in a client's pc. Windows will load as usual but when it reach the log on screen, this error will appear: Lsass.exe Insufficient system resources exist to complete the API. At first, i thought that it was just an ordinary error caused by a virus. So i tried to log on using safe mode but the machine restarts before reaching the log on screen. I searched the internet for a possible solution and it turned out that this error is caused by very low hard disk space. I asked the owner if it is the case and he said yes. So I boot the PC using the Windows XP installer CD, and go straight to the command prompt. I deleted some files from the C: drive, deleted a total of 50+ mb, then restarted the pc to check if it is already sufficient for a boot start. It was successful and the PC get past the log on screen. I uninstall some programs that is not important and also moved the My Docu

How To: Port Forward Globe Broadband's Prolink H9200

Here's a step by step guide on how to Port Forward Globe's Prolink H9200 to be use in Utorrent . Port forwarding in Prolink H9200 is a little bit different in Hurricane 9300G, but it is as easy. Torrent downloads are greatly affected if you do not use port forwarding in Globe DSL. Step 1. You need to set Port 80 in Utorrent for incoming connections. Any other port is blocked by Globe Broadband. Open up Utorrent, at the upper left menu, click on Options > Preferences. A box will appear like the one below, put 80 on the box next to Port Used for Incoming Connections. And also, remove the check next to Enable UPnP port mapping To enable Port Forwarding in Prolink Hurricane's H9200, you need to have Static IP address on your PC. Go to your desktop, Right Click on My Network Places and then click on Properties . Something like the box below will appear, select Local Area Connection , right-click on it and then choose properties. Double click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) I