I need to test a new software release on Windows NT based computers. This includes any versions of NT, VISTA, XP, 2000, 2003, Server, Pro, etc. Must be NT based. No 9x. All computers tested must be working machines that will boot to Windows desktop.
This is a bootable Linux CD that will scan the computer for its SAM file and then will display the login usernames when you select the SAM from the list that comes up. Some times more than one SAM will display and you will need to check each one.
I need to test it on different computers with different hardware configurations.
The provider I choose will need to boot each computer with the CD, wait for it to locate the SAM file and then choose the SAM file from the results to display the usernames. That is the end of the test. Note, the CD takes about 2 to 3 minutes to scan for the SAM.
I will need to know the Windows version and hard drive configuration for each computer tested. SATA, PATA, SCSI and RAID. Also need to know if the CD found the SAM file and users. Please report any other results such as if it hangs for more than 5 minutes and where it hung at.
Windows XP Pro with SATA hard drive. CD found SAM file and displayed users.
Windows Vista with SCSI hard drive. CD found SAM file but wouldn’t display users.
Windows Vista with PATA hard drive. Hangs at such and such screen.line.
The .iso can be found here: [url removed, login to view]
Bidders, please let me know how many different machines you can test and how much it will be to test all of them.
29 freelancers are bidding on average $80 for this job
I can test your software on over 15 computers and 5+ laptops with windows XP, windows server 2003, vista with different configurations. You can relay on me!