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Thursday, October 14, 2010

BROWSING IS SLOW:!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

When  browsing, experiencing any slow ... taking too much time to open any web page::::::

CAUSE : There is a setting that enables checking for scheduled tasks whwn browsing into network!!!!

SOLUTION:   Start ---> Run
                
                    Type " regedit "  click "ok"

Expand the following registry file  
                   " HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/CurentVersion/Explorer/RemoteComputer/Namespace

Right Click on { D62277990-4C6A-11CF-8D87-00AA0060F5BF}

                           &
Select  " Delete " option

Restart the computer

Network browsing will be faster.

UNABLE TO PRINT FROM I.E

When trying to take printout from any web pages from I.E, then its not able to possible!!!!

CAUSE :   .dll is not registered properly

SOLUTION:

   START ---> RUN --->  " regsvr32iepeers.dll "

Will get a message box...........  click on  " OK "

  thn try to take printout.. the issue would have resolved.

PC HANGING PROBLEM BECAUSE OF spoolsv.exe SERVICE

Error/ Symptom showing : spoolsv.exe is taking  the more than 95% of cpu utilization


CAUSE:   Cached stored in Windows folder

ACTION:  Click on the " spoolsv.exe"
   
               do end process
Then got to:--

                   C:\winnt\system32\spool\printers

Delete all files from this folder (*.shd , *.spl)

Unable to open the TASK MANAGER

CAUSE:   Virus affected in computer

SOLUTION:   1) Click on start menu ---> Select "RUN" -----> Type "regedit"
                       
                        2) Expand  "regedit"

                  3) HKEY_CURRENT_USERS\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

                 4)  "Disable Task Manager"  Value "0" to enable "1" to disable

Scan the System once and Clean  system
Restart the system once. Issue will get resolved.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Not able to open drives on hard disk by double clicking

Generally the problem caused by most of the viruses which affected in windows system, which are read only,hidden & a system file. 
when virus affects a windows system automatically generates a system file in the rooot directory of each drive  name autorun.inf .

SOLUTION FOR FIXING THE PROBLEM:

STEP 1: START---> RUN--->CMD
STEP 2: C:\ documents and settings\tech\ cd\
STEP 3: C:\ attrib -r  -h  -s  autorun.inf
STEP 4: C:\ del autorun.inf
STEP 5: RESTART THE SYSTEM  ( BEFORE RESTARTING DO STEP 1 TO STEP 4  to ALL OTHER DRIVES TOO)

if the above not working use any autorun removing tools to remove the file and work on the syatem safely.

ALL THE BEST WISHES!!!!!!!!!!!!

Saturday, April 10, 2010

DELETING LINUX AND GRUB EASILY AND SAFELY WITHOUT HARMING WINOWS OS.

Hai all,

      Here I wish to share you one issue i face some few months back. I had dual boot in my system, Windows XP and Redhat Linux. It was working fine.
But one day  bymistake ( i just checked what will happen) from Disk Management option of windows I deleted  Linux Partition. After rebooting system, i was unable to boot. Only black screen showing and error, " No any bootable file found"

Without reinstalling Grub I want to fix the issue.

Solution is very simple:::

1)  Restart the system

2) Go to BIOS menu---> Make the first Boot Sector as "CD/DVD ROM"---> Put XP CD and Wait for the next  step, Press Any key to Boot from CD

3) After Setup Loads, Press "R" for get in Repair Mode option.

4) There you will find the Option ::

 " Which Windows Installation would you like to log onto?  

5) give option "1"
It will ask for Administrative username and Password:
Give Admin UserName and Password

Normally  : Username : Administrator
                  Password:                      (either Blank if you didnt gave any password )


6)now type " FIXMBR"

7) "FIXBOOT"

8) restart

9)  Now system working fine.

*note:  this will work only if you have one os currently .

http://helpdeskgeek.com/how-to/fix-mbr-xp-vista/

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Linux!!!

                                           Linux free and open source collaboration; typically all the underlying source code can be used, freely modified, and redistributed, both commercially and non-commercially, by anyone under licenses such as the GNU.