I got the following error when trying to install Windows 8 preview on VM Player.
The computer restarted unexpectedly or encountered an unexpected error. Windows installation cannot proceed. To install Windows, click ‘OK’ to restart the computer, and then restart the installation.
When installing on VMware Workstation 8:
- Use Typical (Easy install)
- Point to .iso file, Disregard warning about failed OS detection.
- Choose Windows 7 x64 or Windows 7
- Type a login name. Ignore product key and password.
- Name your virtual machine and choose a location.
- Set HDD as 20GB in 1 file.
- Customize hardware: Set memory at 2 GB RAM. Keep 1 CPU/Core. Remove floppy drive and printer from HW configuration.
- When the virtual machine starts booting, click on the floppy drive icon, and choose disconnect. Thus you won’t be using the autoinst.flp configuration file, and the installation will progress without a hitch.
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Take the following example of a solution:
I decide to add a new console application called MyProject.Console. I reference the MyProject.Core into this console application. Everything is working fine until I try to build and run the console application. I get a error saying “Could not find the referenced Assembly.”.
I figured out that when I created the new console application in Visual Studio 2010 it defaulted to .NET 4 Client Profile as the framework and not .NET 4. This is because all my other projects were using the .NET 4 framework.
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This is soo funny but soo true?
You have a form in which the user fills out and clicks a “submit” button that validates their input, does some processing and output’s some results. The problem being the application needs to cater for page refreshes, back buttons and the case of the page being submitted more than once (latency/slow internet connection).
Possible solutions can be (this assumes not using Ajax as a solution), once the user clicks the submit button the server validates the user’s input and has processed the information. Store a unique id in session and redirect to a “complete” page. If the user clicks the back button and resubmits the page, you can build logic to check if a unique id exists in session and if it does, redirect to the complete page without having to re-process the information.
If the user is on the complete page and refreshes the page, because its on a page which has used a GET, there is no processing done and hence no duplication of data.
You can see a live example of this on http://www.medicsafe.co.nz which uses the like button on each product listed on the website.
Or you can test it out here
Just make sure that you set the height css as by default it’s not set which is annoying!
You can view the photos taken as a time lapse video from the Timaru District Council’s web cam here. I implemented the software and web cam back in the days when I was apart from the IT team, and they since have extended it further to make good use of it. Well done!
Here are some quotes that clients/project managers have asked me while working in the web development industry:
Can you do me a wee favour?
Can you do this 10 minute job for me?
I have this small problem I need you to fix
This job should only take an hour!
The website is broken
Yes, all of the functionality meets our requirements..but can we just do this instead?
http://www.checkoutchristchurch.co.nz has a new photo from the Botanical Gardens by the Workshop! CheckoutChristchurch is managed by Codelab Ltd.