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Xrumer Host file ~ Help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by lifco, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. lifco

    lifco Regular Member

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    Xrumer has gone down 2day and i was wanting to change my host file ips

    Now its the first time ive needed to do this on windows 7, so i go windows/system32/drivers/etc and host file is not there ?

    Ive got folders setup to show hidden stuff etc

    Ive got

    lmhosts
    networks
    protocol
    SERVICES

    No host file ? and anyone shed any light on this please
     
  2. youngguy

    youngguy Senior Member

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    create a file named "hosts" then map your hosts inside ;)
     
  3. driver

    driver Newbie

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    click start (widows logo) bottom left
    click all programs
    right click notepad run as admin notepad opens click file navegate to windows/system32/drivers/etc/
    once there click on text documents (*.txt) all files
    you should see your host file