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Company Success

22nd January 2013
A commercial enterprise is made up of several parts. All these components have to be operating in tandem in order for the company to function as a successful business Look at a intricate piece of machinery. An intricate machine has countless parts. The fa... Read >
Author: Ambrose Vancil

Cranial hyperhidrosis - Unpleasant body phenomenon

22nd February 2011
Excessive sweating in any part of body is upsetting and irksome disorder. Perspiration is not matter of concern till it is not visible, but becomes point of attention if it is evident and affects mental and emotional state of being as any other body pheno... Read >
Author: cochran105

How Oleacc.dll Is Part of Your Windows Problem

24th August 2010
• "Oleacc.dll Not Found" • "This application failed to start because oleacc.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem." • "Cannot find [PATH]\oleacc.dll" • "The file oleacc.dll is missing." • "Cannot start [APPLIC... Read >
Author: Mona Zhou

CHKDSK Fails To Repair FAT32 File System

26th May 2010
FAT32, like any other file system can get corrupted due to various reasons, like improper system shutdown, virus infection, operating system malfunction, and many more similar reasons. In most situations of FAT32 file system damage, a Windows user encount... Read >
Author: k madhav

Tips To Resolve “The object store note...” Error Message

25th May 2010
Lotus Notes database contains critical information used for various personal and professional purposes. The information mainly includes e-mails, contacts, calendar entries, notes, and meetings. The data saved in the database can become inaccessible if the... Read >
Author: Mohit Mathur

How to Recover Corrupt 'ibdata1' File of InnoDB Storage Engine

14th May 2010
MySQL is a popular and widely used Relational Database Management System, which uses different types of storage engines to store and manage data in the database. Among all other storage engines of MySQL application, InnoDB is the most powerful one. InnoDB... Read >
Author: Advika Singh

Partition Recovery to Sort Out Master File Table Corruption Issue

26th March 2010
NTFS (New Technology File System) file system is made up of a number of different metadata files, and MFT (Master File Table) is the most significant among them. It is a place where critical information about each file and folder on NTFS file system volum... Read >
Author: k madhav

Error “0x8004005” May Indicate DBX Corruption In Microsoft Outlook Express

05th March 2010
Does Microsoft Outlook Express refuse to start? Do you think that your Outlook Express message store is damaged? Are you unable to see your emails and other objects of Outlook Express account? This behavior of MS Outlook Express may occur due to damaged D... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

How To Recover Corrupted/Crashed InnoDB Database?

23rd February 2010
Are you a frequent user of the transaction database characteristic in MySQL? If 'Yes', then you must be quite familiar with the InnoDB storage engine of MySQL. InnoDB offers transaction safe database, along with the BDB, within MySQL environment. However,... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Resolving “The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable” in Windows

07th January 2010
Every file on the NTFS (New Technology File System) volume is presented in a particular file, known as MFT (Master File Table). This is the most significant system file, which defines the NTFS file system volume. In fact it is a relational database that c... Read >
Author: Dushyant Singh

BKF File Corruption When it Exceeds the Size Limit

21st August 2009
NTBackup is the most effective and useful backup application, which come bundled with NT based versions of Microsoft Windows operating system. Backup, which is a duplicate copy of your original data, is considered as the most excellent solution to prevent... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Resolving STOP: 0x00000019 Error Message in Windows Server 2003

23rd April 2009
NTFS (New Technology File System) is a file system used by Windows NT operating system for creating, managing and retrieving files on a hard disk. It provides large file support and offers security of data on both movable and fixed storage media. NTFS cor... Read >
Author: Andrew Juan

Can’t Open This Item Error in Outlook

21st May 2008
Sometimes when you try to access a pst file or folder from your Outlook account, instead of opening the folder, it shows an error message. The error message is stated as follows:"Can't open this item, the object could not be found"After this error message... Read >
Author: Andrew Watson
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