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How To Enable Or Disable The Windows Xp Security Center Alerts


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#1 Grinler

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Posted 24 January 2006 - 09:20 AM

How to enable or disable the Windows XP Security Center alerts



Guide Overview

This guide explains how to enable/disable the Windows XP Security Center alerts in your taskbar. If you have a firewall or antivirus software not recognized by Microsoft's Security Center you may receive alerts stating that you do not have a firewall or antivirus software installed. This guide will explain how to disable these alerts if necessary and enable them if you wish.

Instructions
  • Click on the Start button and then click on Run

  • In the Open: field, type wscui.cpl and press OK button.

  • In the resources section on the left side of the Security Center click on the link labeled Change the way Security Center alerts me.

  • To enable a particular alert, place a checkmark next to it. To disable the alert, remove the checkmark.

  • Press the OK button.

  • Close the Security Center window.


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Posted 25 October 2011 - 11:03 PM

Greetings; This was pretty much the topic I was looking for. I have the MS UPdates configured to notify me but not automatically download, and when I receive notification, I am just stumped....Why do our PCs need weekly updates?? I feel somewhat suspicious of these downloads and after a recent destructive reformat, one of the first things on my Restore Calendar is KB91586 5, which refers to something I do not have on XP Home.

Also recently, I do not have Help and Support available, and some options on the RUN menu (msconfig). When I click on System INformation, I get the msg "Help and Support cannot run because a system service is not running."

Thank you....Cristie

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Posted 26 February 2017 - 01:15 AM

 

How to enable or disable the Windows XP Security Center alerts



Guide Overview

This guide explains how to enable/disable the Windows XP Security Center alerts in your taskbar. If you have a firewall or antivirus software not recognized by Microsoft's Security Center you may receive alerts stating that you do not have a firewall or antivirus software installed. This guide will explain how to disable these alerts if necessary and enable them if you wish.

Instructions
  • Click on the Start button and then click on Run
     
  • In the Open: field, type wscui.cpl and press OK button.
     
  • In the resources section on the left side of the Security Center click on the link labeled Change the way Security Center alerts me.
     
  • To enable a particular alert, place a checkmark next to it. To disable the alert, remove the checkmark.
     
  • Press the OK button.
     
  • Close the Security Center window.

 

You make may day....thanks!!

 

let me ask you something that no one knows, I have 2 hard drives each one with XP, the fastest take 70 secconds to fully load windows until conection icon apears, this one when the windows xp logo appears after 15 secconds after hitting the power button imideatly the Hard drvie led activity starts.....the other waste 15 secconds doing nothing and then the HDD led begins, so this drive throw away 15 secconds at the beguining of windows xp logo appears.

I have wasted like 40 hours of google serch looking for someone that can help me to avoid this delay.

Who is encharge of booting procedure and if there any settings for this?

Thanks in advance


Edited by Zhor, 26 February 2017 - 01:16 AM.





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