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Archiving the Security Log

05th May 2011
Archiving security logs allows you to maintain a history of TS windows vista security-related events. Many organizations have policies on keeping archive logs for a specified period to track security-related information over time. When you archive a log, ... Read >
Author: fiona

Bad Pool Header: The Blue Screen Error

15th April 2011
The Bad Pool Header is a type of blue screen error that occurs on Windows Operating System. It happens when Windows fails to allocate memory and detects some serious problems and malfunction. The Bad Pool Header error is basically Operating System error t... Read >
Author: Chris C Drucker

Print the directory structure easily, copy to clipboard and export into Word or Excel

15th February 2011
There are different possibilities to print the directory tree and folder list. There is either the option to do it by a command line instruction or to use an additional software tool. Fast, easy and useful support hereto provides the software "Directory L... Read >
Author: Infonautics

Learn How To Use IFunBox

21st January 2011
iFunbox is basically a tool used in transferring data between iphone and PC. You can transfer any kind of data from your iphone to your personal computer via iFunBox.In any ipod or iphone the iFunbox is found in the form of file manager or as a file brows... Read >
Author: jackjreynolds

How to Remove The 1.exe Virus

25th February 2010
All computer users know that there are a lot of viruses around and that it's best to avoid getting infected in the first place. But what to do if you've already got a virus onto your system? Fortunately, a lot of the viruses can be removed either with an ... Read >
Author: AussieSheila

Solve Problems of Empty Registry Keys

08th February 2010
Do you know what empty registry keys are? Empty registry keys are also called registry holes. They can increase the size of the registry, but they have no value in the registry. This uncontrolled growth of the registry may cause severe damage by corrup... Read >
Author: Teresaqijin

PST Extraction Fails with Windows Easy Transfer

12th November 2009
To allow safe and easy data transfer from your old Windows computer to another, newer Windows versions, such as Windows Vista and Windows 7, include a tool called Windows Easy Transfer. It is a program that lets you to move personal files, data, files, em... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

Tips To Resolve “Seek Error - Sector not found”

17th September 2009
Hard disk damage is an unexpected mishappening. As a computer owner, the biggest threat to your data stored in your system is hard drive damage. A hard disk failure occurs when a hard drive malfunctions due to both logical and physical failures. It may ha... Read >
Author: Serves Best

Windows Explorer Keeps Crashing - How To Fix It

05th June 2009
If Windows Explorer keeps crashing, then your PC may be long overdue for what is known as a Windows registry tune up.Have you already tried running any type of anti-virus software on your PC?How about spyware removal software?If you have run both of these... Read >
Author: HK

“Drive is not accessible” Error in Windows

29th May 2009
NT based versions of Microsoft Windows includes a utility to detect file system integrity, logical file system errors and fix them. This utility is known as CHKDSK. CHKDSK runs automatically after an improper system shutdown due to hardware failure, syste... Read >
Author: mnkstllr

Internet Explorer 7 (Ie7) Ftp Client Does Not Work

24th April 2007
With the recent release of IE7 (basically pushed out and forced on you, aaarrrgg), those whom used IE6 as a FTP client will notice some changes and issues. Here are the highlights of the changes: * The URL syntax with embedded username and password ... Read >
Author: FixingStuff
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