If you ever asked a question on this site and you needed to backup your data after OS failure I tend to encourage your to create a bootable USB or DVD with some linux distribution that has “live” option. This means that you are able to operate your computer and access your files from your hardware without make any change to your currently operating system (OS).
For example, you have a PC running Windows 7 operating system and you recently have installed a new driver for one of your PC components/devices. You are asked to restart your PC and after you do that you get the blue screen and you are not able to load your Windows any more. You really need to access one of the files from your PC. What can be done? read more
If you have a genuine installation of Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 you are able to upgrade to Windows 10. This is the top news of this week when Windows 10 was officially presented. The entire event can be watched here: read more
If you try to install GTA IV on Windows 8 or 8.1 you will most probably get into this error:
Your system is incompatible with %P
Please follow the link bellow for more information.
To clear this error, you need to run the setup.exe file in Windows XP Service Pack 3 compatibility mode. For that: read more
If you need to set your computer to any state you can use these codes:
rundll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState 0,1,0
Yesterday I made a clean up on my Facebook profile and deleted/hided all global (public) posts. The problem was with a specific one, the post saying I was born.
I tried to edit my “About” privacy and changed the born year and date to Friends and Only Me and it doesn’t work. Therefore, if you are in the same situation the solution is to change the privacy of read more
I am usually using network drives to share files and data with my work colleagues. Unfortunately, this days I ran into a error for one of my network drive:
An error occurred while reconnecting to [drive letter]: to
[network drive address]
Microsoft Windows Network: The local device name is already in use.
This connection has not been restored.
If you want to use more than one monitor for your Windows remote connections you can easily setup your environment for that. read more
In the previous post I showed you how to replace your HDD with an SSD drive. Now I want to show you that your old HDD can also be used in a very elegant manner. You can actually install your HDD into your optical drive place. read more