Here are some examples of web-sites which send your passwords on demand in clear text back to your inbox. This practice, AFAIK, is very insecure and proves your passwords are stored in clear text as well.
/ And I was actually considering buying a Thinkpad from Lenovo, as my x40 is getting quite old now, and has recently lost completely it’s battery capacity.
This Superfishy scandal might be a reason to avoid any products from Lenovo now. What a shame…
I’ve had the error 1722 since I made some “optimization” to Windows Services, turning off some “unneeded” (as I thought) services. And I did that optimization incorrectly, not turning one services in a step (so I don’t know exactly what has lead to the problem with audio).
After long searches and different combinations of Services I reactivated here is the fix (which is quite illogical):
Check the Power Service.
Since my computer is a desktop (not a notebook), my thinking was: I really do not need that service enabled. Yup. And After I deactivated it, the computer stopped “seeing” my headphones or speakers plugged into it.
So, check the Power Service, and enable it to fix the problem with audio on your Windows 7 pc. After it’s done, and the power service is running, the windows audio & endpoint builder should start and the error 1722 should be fixed.
I’ve learned the fast way to set up PeerBlock running automatically at windows 7 log on:
Basically, it’s just following the instructions on the PeerBlock site in the User-guide section.
This should be a very easy task for those of the users who has used the Windows Task Scheduler.