Friday, January 10, 2014

vPost Review

Just a quick review on vPost = if you are not Singapore customer, forget about it. Base Charge of US20.40 per package, insanely high. Not sure when the rules changed, no more consolidation for non Singaporean.

Decided to try it after they revamp the site, ended up pay a lot more. This will be my last transaction with them. HopShopGo will be recommended by be. BTW for those in Malaysia and wish to buy from TaoBao go checvk out

Sunday, October 02, 2011

Recover UniFi PPPoE Password

Bought myself a replacement router for UniFi, here comes the problem. Where do I fond my unifi PPPoE login password?

Below a quick guide which I found after Google it.

First you need to enable Telnet if you are using the Windows 7.

  1. Control Panel  -> Programs And Features –> Turn Windows features on or off
  2. Check Telnet Client
  3. Click OK

Next Telnet into the D-Link Router supplies by TM. If you don’t have the Super Admin (aka operator) password try followings.

Username : operator
Password : telekom

Username : operator
Password : h566UniFi

Username : operator
Password : <your Unifi username in reverse order>

BTW for those who don’t know how to use Telnet. Open a Command Prompt windows. Type Telnet (the D-Link router IP). Once successful your will be prompt to enter user id and password.

Enter this command once you login.

cat /etc/ppp/chap-secrets


Friday, April 08, 2011

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

iPad (iOS) & Android


Begin using iPad and Android phone for many months, it is about time to kick my butts and start posting tip and tricks on both OS. Stay tunes.

Sunday, April 03, 2011

Installing Windows 7 from USB Drive

After flashing the latest firmware to my Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drive, it’s time to install a fresh OS. I decided to give Windows 7 x64 a try. To speed up the installing I choose to setup using USB instead of DVD drive. Following two guide will let your prepare a USB Drive for this.

This guide is for Windows XP user

Edit: After went thru all the steps, fount another guide which comes with a tools to do it.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Need a Unicode batch file rename software?

Looking for a batch file rename software which support Unicode like Chinese? Found this freeware which is really good and it is a Freeware. Ant Renamer 2.10 are a light weight software which support XP up to Windows 7.

The UI may not be as user friendly as another freeware like File Renamer Basic, but he program are very powerful.


Below are features of Ant Renamer extracted from the official site. The biggest feature you don’t find in other software are the support of Unicode file rename.

This program can rename large amounts of files and folders in few clicks. It only modifies files/folders names:

  • Changing extension
  • Replacing character strings by others
  • Inserting a character string
  • Moving characters
  • Deleting several characters
  • Enumeration
  • Name creation with mp3's Tag (ID v1.1)
  • Name creation with file's last modified date and time
  • Random names creation
  • Case change (uppercase, lowercase, first letter of each word in uppercase, ...)
  • Take names from a list/file
  • Use of EXIF info
  • Regular expressions

Monday, October 25, 2010

Not able to view Chinese (Unicode) Font in Windows 7

If you encounter that all your unicode character shown as block in Windows 7, below maybe able to solve your problem.

  • deleting the file C:\Windows\System32\FNTCACHE.DAT and restart your Windows 7. This are the Font Cache file, it will regenerated after you reboot your PC.