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Outlook Express Sent Items Emails Cannot be Imported in Windows Mail

10th March 2010
Outlook Express Sent Items folder stores copies of all e-mails that you send to different users. Most of OE users usually don't pay the required attention to the size of this folder, which grows each time when an e-mail is sent. This makes it easy for Sen... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

How to Solve Blank Body Emails Issues for Sent Items in Outlook Express?

08th March 2010
Outlook Express folders, when corrupted,show abrupt symptoms while sending, receiving, or storing e-mails. The folders may either refuse to send/receive more e-mails or appear empty. Most common reasons of corruption in Outlook Express folders are unexpe... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

How to use Partition Manger to solve Error ''Partition table is bad'

22nd February 2010
MBR (Master Boot Record) partitioning scheme is the most common scheme used in Windows computer systems. This scheme allows at most four primary partitions, one of which can be the extended partition. These primary partitions are defined by corresponding ... Read >
Author: k madhav

MDF File Header Page is Corrupted - A Process of SQL Data Retrieval That You Can Try

15th January 2010
A Possible Problem with SQL ServerThis is a possible situation that while working with MDF files of SQL Server, you might encounter this problem where your hard disk is containing a database transaction log (*.ldf file) failed. On using sp_detach_db store... Read >
Author: Evan Swans

Unable to Import Outlook 2007 (Unicode) PST

11th December 2009
Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007 use a different file format and impose a much larger file size limit for PST than what is being used in its earlier versions. By default, the latest two versions use Unicode formatted PST and accept 20 GB file size limitati... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

How to fix the drives fragmentation?

18th November 2009
Why do you need to fix the drives fragmentation? Over time, your computer's files can be scattered over your hard drive; this is called fragmentation and a reason for file searches to be slower than usual. Apply the built-in tool of Windows to solve this... Read >
Author: jansonchun

How to Solve Delivery Status Notification in Outlook Personal Folders File?

09th November 2009
Delivery status notifications or DSN is an automatically generated email message from the mail system that informs the sender about delivery issues. It indicates that the message have bounced for some reasons. In Outlook Personal Folder, you might observe... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

Disk Fragmentation - How To Avoid Disk Fragmentation

29th October 2009
Disk Fragmentation could cause slow data assess speed and therefore poor computer performance. What is worse, it can reduce the lifespan of your disk drive and increase the chance of data loss. Fragmentation or fragment is not in favor of computer per... Read >
Author: advanced defrag

Does Disk Defragmentation Improve Windows System Performance?

29th October 2009
Fragmentation is a fragmented unit of a file which is supposed to be stored as a whole in hard disk. In hard disk, a lot of files have fragmentations which is separately stored. They occur when the operating system cannot or will not allocate enough conti... Read >
Author: advanced defrag

Disk Defragmentation - Reasons For Defragmenting Disk Regularly

29th October 2009
Fragments could decrease the effectiveness of data access, therefore make your computer run slow. Furthermore, they could ruin the hard disk. What is worse, they increase the risk of data loss. Firstly, fragments slow down the data access and therefor... Read >
Author: advanced defrag

'Values in super block disagree with...' BSD Error and Recovery

22nd September 2009
The UFS Superblock contains the basic configuration and size information of file system. UFS1 Superblock is located at sector 16 of the hard disk with 2,048 bytes allocated to it. UFS2 super block is found to be little simpler and removes many unused fiel... Read >
Author: Shaun75

'Setup was unable to verify drive' Error Installing Windows XP

17th September 2009
You might encounter different errors while trying to install or upgrade to Windows XP. These errors might occur due to logical or physical errors in hard disk, which cause data loss. Thus, to recover from such problems, you need to use your current back... Read >
Author: k madhav

Boot Sector Corruption and File Loss Due to Power Off/Shutdown in Windows

03rd September 2009
Sometimes you may face boot sector corruption issues on a Windows NT-based operating system computer, if you've installed the operating system on a FAT file system formatted partition. In such situations, the computer might not start properly, when you tr... Read >
Author: Richard Dawson

3 Most Important Things To Consider While Buying Used Computers

15th August 2009
Buying used computers is never an easy task. You will be well aware that you cannot judge the condition of a computer just by seeing its appearance. Moreover, if you are not an expert in identifying the working condition of the computer accessories, you w... Read >
Author: Ritchie

iPod not Recognized in iTunes and Finder

31st July 2009
After you connect your iPod to your system if you find it unrecognizable, the chances are that its disk format is damaged. Thus, you will need to restore your iPod and restore lost data from backup. In any case of backup issues, you should use iPod Data R... Read >
Author: Simpson
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