June 29, 2011

Windows 7 Crash? It Is Easy to Fix It


After using Windows7 for some time, I find that Windows 7 Crash is one of the major problems that the users face when they are in the middle of something. Reasons for Windows 7 Crash or failure can range from hardware problems, to software problems, or the results of virus or malware attacks. Once you stumble upon computer crashes, you should fix the errors fast or it can lead to the complete shut down of your system. 

The first thing you have to do is to identify the cause of crash. Once you are aware of the causes that lead to the crash, it is so easy to fix the problem. Make sure that you have best virus removal software in your system. These virus removal tools can delete the viruses that could harm your important files. If a healthy anti-virus tool is already installed in the PC, the crashes problem would be not related Virus.

Another reason for Windows 7 Crashes is the running of unnecessary programs. Identify the programs, some may be hidden, and uninstall them. However, this problem would rarely cause computer crash and it is not a big deal to the computer which has enough RAM. More RAM can help the applications run very smoothly and prevent the computer from frequent crashes.

Windows 7 Crashes also because of faulty drivers. The drivers that are not in tune with your system can make the computer slow down and crash. When using drivers, make sure that you have the latest ones that fit the system requirements.

The most important reason for Windows 7 Crashes is the Windows 7 registry. It is the registry where most of the relevant data are stored. If the registry values become corrupted, Windows 7 can essentially get crash. The same goes for corrupt files. If a file needed by the operating system becomes corrupted, the operating system cannot carry out the task it requires the file for. This can lead to a crash in Windows 7 If any file in the registry gets corrupted, then the computer can crash. Once you clean the entire corrupt registry, then you can see that your computer performs in a good condition. You can clean the registry on your own or approach a technician to do the job for you.

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June 27, 2011

How to fix Windows 7 from restarting

Windows 7 has many additional features as compared to the previous versions of the Windows. However, many users complain that Windows 7 keeps restarting in their computer. This problem is not very difficult to fix. In this blog we have tried to explain how to fix windows 7 if it keeps rebooting.

First of all check that if your start button has got some trouble because sometimes due to the fault in start button the computer restarts all the time. If you are booting into the computer easily and the restarting problem occurs then the problem is most probably the corrupted registry. The registry in Windows 7 is a very important component. It stores all the important information about Computer programs. It is very vital to have a repaired and cleaned Windows registry.

Here are the steps that you should do if your Windows 7 keeps rebooting:

     1. Cool down your computer and clean it from inside.

     2. Adjust RAM and the power supply and make it sure that every hardware is properly configured.

     3. Run scan for malwares and viruses.

     4. Clean Windows registry through an effective registry repairing program.

 The above steps will surely help you if your Windows 7 keeps restarting itself.

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June 22, 2011

Remote Desktop Troubleshooting: Fix it!!!

System Administrators experience some problems connecting to a system via Remote Desktop Protocol. There might be pop-ups such as Remote Desktop Disconnected, and therefore the client might not be able to setup a connection to the remote computer. These errors might also be rectified with the help of technical support team. But these errors are not because of certain specific reason but they might be for various reasons.

Based on a very minute study of the problems faced by the people, there are some common causes listed by us.

Ø Misunderstood terminologies and settings
Ø Incorrect permissions or user rights
Ø Misconfigured Group Policy or RDP settings in the Remote
Desktop Services Configuration.

But this is not the list of all expected problems which you face while connecting to the Remote Desktop. The problems stated above are simply some of the most common errors, which are experienced by the people. You need to identify the problems before going for the Microsoft Support. Again there are some misunderstandings which are common to the people.

Misunderstandings:
There is a very common misconception amongst the people that they need to install a Remote Desktop Licensing Server or Remote Desktop Session Host in order to allow a remote connection. But remote desktop supports two concurrent connections to administer a desktop. So there is no need for a licensing server to maintain these connections.

Now the Remote Desktop Services Server is included with the Windows Server 2008 R2. Terminal Services Licensing also comes with Windows server and it is of great help. Remote Desktop Licensing manages the Remote Desktop Services client access licenses which are required to connect to a Remote Desktop Host. Remote Desktop Licensing is used to install or trackback the availability of Remote Desktop License Server.

You can also add users to the Remote Desktop Users group with the help of Microsoft Management Console. Moreover you can group these users through Active Directory Users and Computer snap-in or even by accessing remote tab in the system properties. Now after reading this, I don’t think you will have any problems regarding the Remote Desktop Connections.

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June 21, 2011

How to Add a Security Tab in Windows XP


Microsoft Windows operating systems such as Windows XP feature an easy-to-configure and use network file-sharing capability. Windows XP Home (and Windows XP Professional outside a domain environment) both begin with the "simple file sharing" feature enabled. Among other things, this hides the Security tab when viewing file or folder properties in Windows Explorer, preventing you from seeing permissions on an NTFS volume. When the Simple File Sharing feature is enabled, users can share files over the network and either allow or disallow other users to modify the files in the network share. Disable the Simple File Sharing feature in Windows XP to access a network share Security tab, where you can configure granular user.

Instructions 

1.         Click the "Start" button on the Windows XP  taskbar, and click "Control Panel"

2.         Click "Appearance and Themes" and then click the "Folder Options" item in the "http://vtechsquad.com/microsoft-windows-xp.html" page.

3.         If the "Appearance and Themes" item is not available in the "Control Panel" window, click the "Switch to Category View" link in the upper left corner of the "Control Panel" window, and the "Appearance and Themes" item will appear.

 4.         Click the "View" tab in the "Folder Options" window, and scroll down to the bottom of the "Advanced Settings" list.

5.         Click to clear the "Use Simple File Sharing (Recommended)" check box, click the "Apply" button and then click the "OK" button.

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How to disable Aero in Windows 7?

Windows is the best and the most preferred operating system when it comes to easy user interface. It is used in almost all the computers across the world. Windows default theme uses Aero as the graphical user interface in Window 7. The default theme of operating system makes use of Windows Aero but it is executable only when the hardware and the OS edition supports it. But most of the people do not use Aero. But using aero and its affects is a great boon to Windows 7 users. Again on the other hand it makes the computer slow as it uses the memory of the computer and as a result computer gets a low memory.

While going for the minute research of the system, it is found that aero uses upto 50-60megabytes of RAM. But still most of the people complain that the system turns slow when aero runs. But it is only a myth. But the speed of the system also depends on the processor and 50-60 Megabytes do not slow up the computer of 7-8 Gigabytes but can certainly bring difference is the PC is 1-2 Gigabytes. If you want, you can also disable Aero and remain aloof from the unwanted memory space.

 Disabling Aero in Windows 7
Disabling Aero is not a daunting task and hence it can be done very easily without any technical support. It is required to select any of the Windows theme without Aero Support. Right click on the desktop and select the Personalize option from the context menu.

This will open the Personalization Control Panel and it displays all the themes installed on the operating system. The themes located here are both with aero support and without aero support. Now, to disable Aero, select any of the Basic and High Contrast Themes and select it with a double click. It is recommended to select the Windows default theme which comes without aero. Then apply ythe theme and hence aero is turned off.
To Know whether aero is turned off or not you just need to see the titlebar, if it is transparent, aero is enabled but if the titlebar is opaque, aero is disabled. So you now disabled aero without microsoft tech support and within a few minutes.

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June 20, 2011

How to Create System Backup for Vista


Many people lose data everyday due to various reasons: virus infections, accidental deletion, hardware & software failures, power failures and so on. To protect yourself from data losses, you can create a backup so that you will easily restore it when needed.  Windows Vista contains an excellent backup system. Windows Vista routinely creates restore points that are used by its System Restore tool to return your computer to a previous configuration. These backups preserve your system in a working state and save your important files and folders. You can create your own restore point to backup your machine by using the computer settings on Vista. Backing up your Operating System and data is an essential step in computing.

Steps to Create System Backup for Vista

1. Click on the Windows orb button.
 2 Right-click on "Computer," and then click "Properties."
 3 Click on the "System Protection" option on the left-hand side of the window. Click on the "System Protection" tab.
4 Click on the "Create" button to create a new restore point.
5 Type a name for your restore point in the box, and then click "Create."
6 Click "OK" in the window that appears to complete the process.

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June 16, 2011

Windows 7: Clean Install vs Upgrade install

Now-a-days, it has become very easy for the people to buy new PCs or laptops. There is no problem regarding the installation of windows 7. This is a great help to the users and hence they become quite relaxed as the users remain aloof from installation. When I went to buy a laptop, I was relieved as I did not have to install Windows 7 but it was pre-installed.


When it comes to installing an operating system, there are two ways of installing it.

1. Clean Install

2. Upgrade install

Clean Install: When you install a fresh copy of windows 7 to your system, it is called as clean install. While installing, you need to keep the backup of the files or they might get deleted. Installation of Windows 7 on an empty disk is done.

Upgrade Install: In this process, insert the Windows 7 disk and allow it to take further options. It will automatically update your running operating system to Windows 7.

What do you prefer?

The clean install means that you need to reboot your system and install the operating system once again. This process might require online technical support and with its help you can install a fresh copy of the operating system. Again, upgrade install of the windows might make it easier for you as you do not need to search for the Microsoft support but can easily install it. It will run on its own and will perform its necessary steps.

If  I am asked to choose amongst the two, I would go for the upgrade install. It is an easy process and can be performed quite easily. The upgrade install is one of the most easiest and the best way to go for.

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June 14, 2011

Dell Support - HP Support - Online Technical Support

Now a day’s people use computer for various tasks from office works to personal uses. Whether you are a businessman, student or a working professional, you cannot work without a computer.  Have you ever noticed that if your computer infected how adversely you and your life would be affected? What if your computer had a virus and all your important data was on the brink of being erased? Most of us, including even you might have already faced this problem many times. Is there a way out which helps you avoid these situations for good?

Dell Support, HP Support,  IBM Support, Acer Support and More

Whether you have a Dell, HP, Lenovo, IBM, or Acer among other computer brands, you are likely to face technical issues any time of the day of night. A computer being a man-made machine is inevitably prone to errors and glitches. Don’t worry as you can easily get rid of these issues with online technical support services that include Dell Technical Support, HP support, and Lenovo support among others.

No matter what is the make or model of your computer, These support services help you resolve any issue that you may face with your machine. There are plenty of online technical support services that offer complete coverage for your hardware or software aspect. 

There are a number of companies that offer online technical support service. But you should consider a number of things so that you can pick the right online technical support service company to fix your computer problems.   

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June 13, 2011

How to Setup Your Belkin Router to Enjoy the Freedom of Connecting Wirelessly


One of the excellent wireless devices, Belkin router has given users the freedom of connecting wirelessly to the internet from and across their home. Though the Belkin router setup is the easiest task to perform, you should consider certain things before you begin so as to save yourself time and from frustration. Below are the instructions that will help you access the Belkin router setup page so that you configure the settings for wireless connection and gaming console among other things.

Setup Guide:
  • Disconnect the power cords of your PC, modem, and router. Also unplug their power cords from the wall jacks
  • Connect your PC directly to the DSL or cable modem.
  • If a login screen from your ISP (internet service provider) appears, note down the user name and password as you will need these to make changes to your router settings
  • Disconnect your router and the DSL or cable modem
  • Connect your modem to the 'WAN' port located at the back of the router. Connect your PC to the router using one of the 4 ports located at its back
  • Plug the power cords back to the PC, modem, and router and to the power outlets
  • Turn on the modem, wait for at least 10-15 seconds. Connect the Belkin router back to the PC, and reboot the PC
  • Click on the 'Start' menu> go to 'Control Panel'> and then go to 'Network Connections'
  • Right click on the 'Local Area Connection' icon and select 'Properties' from the drop-down menu
  • Click on the 'Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)' option, select 'Obtain an IP Address Automatically', and finally click on 'Obtain DNS Server Addresses Automatically'
  • Launch you internet browser (Internet Explorer or Mozilla etc.). If it prompts for a username and password, key in the login information and you are good to go. Make whatever changes you want to your settings.
 If it doesn't bring up anything, then type "192.168.2.1" (without quotes) and hit 'Enter' on the keyboard.


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June 10, 2011

How to Install XP Drivers in Vista

Now a days most of the computer are shipped with Windows VISTA (any version), but we can’t deny the truth that still today most of the people prefer Windows XP to Vista. Even I believe that XP is more than enough for any home user, and for any personal computer. Due to software differences, Windows XP drivers are not directly compatible with Windows Vista. This technical challenge can be overcome if you install Windows XP drivers in Vista so that your old XP devices work with the new operating system.

Steps to Install XP Drivers in Vista

1. Download the respective installer package for the driver you wish to install on Windows Vista.

2. Right click on the installer package for the driver.

3. Click "Properties" from the pop-up menu. A preferences window will appear on the screen.

4. Click the tab that reads "Compatibility."

5. Click the check box next to "Run this progam in compatibility mode for"

6. Select "Windows XP" from the drop-down menu and press the "OK" button to apply the changes and close the window.

7. Install XP drivers in Vista. Double-click the XP driver's installer package. Windows Vista will now open the driver in Vista Compatibility Mode. The Windows Vista operating system will tell the XP driver that it is running on a Windows XP machine, thus allowing the installation process to continue where it would otherwise have stopped.

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June 08, 2011

How To Upgrade from Vista to Windows 7

If you’re currently running Vista and want to upgrade to Windows 7, it’s very simple to upgrade your PC to Windows 7 – in fact, your files and settings won’t even be touched in the process. This article explains how to upgrade Windows Vista to Windows 7.

Before starting the upgrade process there are a few things you need to do. To check the Windows 7 compatibility with your system, use Windows 7 upgrade advisor. Once you get green signal follow the steps given below.

Steps to upgrade from Vista to Windows 7

1. Determine the current hardware you are using to access the internet. It should be either a LAN card or motherboard feature for the wired network connection or a Wi-fi card or motherboard feature for the wireless network connection. Go to the manufacturer's website and download a driver for Windows 7. Do not install the driver, keep a copy of the file either on CD, DVD, memory card, or USB drive.

2. Save any important files you cannot live without on an external hard drive, memory cards, USB drive, or burned to DVD's next.

3. Use the Windows 7 backup tool to make an image of your current hard drive. This software is included on the Windows 7 DVD.

4. Insert the Windows 7 DVD to start the upgrade. The direct upgrade will work for only Windows Vista with Service pack 1 or Service pack 2 installed.

5. Allow Windows 7 to download the latest upgrades. During the installation Windows will give you the option. Accept the upgrades and continue. After the update is complete continue installation of Windows 7 upgrade on your existing computer.

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June 06, 2011

Advantages of Windows/Microsoft Updates: An Overview


Many users think that Windows doesn’t require regular updates as these are irrelevant and time wasters. If you are one of those thinkers then the article is dedicated to you. 

Advantages of Windows/Microsoft Updates

Software – The updates allow Windows applications/programs such as Microsoft Office, Windows Media Player, or Internet Explorer to function smoothly and enhance their efficiency. Besides, these updates automatically rectify the technical errors and glitches that sometimes erupt in software or other programs.

Security – Windows is highly vulnerable to malware attacks as it has open port functionality that lets applications or programs interact with other devices or applications. These open ports function as an entry point for virus/malware developers. These ports have to be constantly secured by a strong security software such as anti-virus/anti-spyware along with a firewall. The Windows updates install latest patches and improved security definitions that monitor a PC’s online, offline activities and protect it from viruses, Trojans, spyware etc. Therefore, these updates enhance a PC’s defense system against malicious infections.

 Flaws – Some internal technical glitches or OS flaws can make a PC malfunction, crash, freeze, or perform sluggish. The Windows updates regularly repair such small flaws and enhance the PC’s functionality and efficiency. 

Performance – Since, updates frequently repair and improve internal OS components, they allow Windows to operate at higher efficiency by removing flaws and smoothening communication between software and hardware.

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June 01, 2011

How to Uninstall Microsoft Windows 7

Windows 7 is a computer operating system developed by Microsoft. Windows 7, the latest in the series of Windows-based operating systems, is developed to make your tasks simpler and easier. There are several ways for move back to an earlier operating system or even transfer your files and settings to another version of Windows 7. Before you uninstall versions of  Windows 7 you can transfer, backup and restore or in some cases restore your previous operating system to the point just before you upgraded to Windows 7

Instructions

If Only Windows 7 is on Your Drive


1 Connect an external hard drive. This will be necessary only if you have files on your computer that you are needing to back up. Depending on the external hard drive, it will connect through either the USB drive or FireWire port.

2 Backup your files. Click the "Start" icon, which will pop open menu options along with a search field to type. In this field, type "backup" and when the results pop up, select the "Backup and Restore" option in the Programs list. This will walk you through the steps to backup all of the files on your computer.

3 Insert the installation disc from an older operating system, such as Windows Vista or Windows XP. The disc will walk you through the installation process, which will get rid of the Windows 7 OS at the same time.

4 Restore your files. With the external hard drive connected, click the "Start" icon, select "Control Panel" and then click on "System Maintenance." Click on "Select Another Backup to Restore Files From" and then select your external hard drive. This will walk you through the steps to restore your files from the external hard drive.

Windows 7 is a very popular operating system. However, there are actually quite a few problems which can affect users. If your computer is slow you can get few tips to make windows 7 faster along with the blog post available at "How to make Windows 7 faster"

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