How to Repair Low Memory Errors
A low memory error is a reflection of low memory problems with RAM or Virtual memory. Often, this error can be easily reversed by freeing up memory for your system's use. This article will show you to speed up your memory with just a few clicks. More ...
Get Remote Technical Assistance
The Remote Assistance feature in Windows XP allows a support technician to
connect to your computer over your local network or the Internet and see
what you see on your computer screen and to use their keyboard and mouse to
troubleshoot your computer. More ...
Fix 0x80070035 Error on a Windows PC
This error could be caused by a network configuration issue, or by the LLTD (Link-Layer Topology Discovery) Responder component not installed in the workstation or server. More ...
Fixing a Broken Laptop Screen Yourself is Easier Than You Think
Most people are scared to change their laptop screen. But replacing LCD screen is only slightly more difficult than changing a light-bulb: removing 6 screws, pulling off a bezel, disconnecting the old screen, and the installation of the new screen by following steps in reverse order. More ...
Troubleshoot Windows with Event Viewer
Anything noteworthy that happens in Windows is referred to as an "event" and is recorded
in an "event log". Windows actually creates three logs, the Application log stores events
related to applications. The Security log stores events related to security related
events, for example user logons. The System> log stores Windows operating system events.
Most people ignore these logs; however, they can be very useful for troubleshooting purposes. More ...
How to Fix Extensible Storage Engine Errors
Extensible Storage Engine (ESE)is a data storage technology from Microsoft. ESE is a component of Microsoft Desktop Search, Exchange Server, Active Directory. Its purpose is to allow applications to store and retrieve data via indexed and sequential access. More ...
Free DOS Boot Floppy Reads NTFS
NTFS Reader for DOS works similar to the old DOS file managers. You use the [Tab],
[Shift] + [Tab], and Arrow keys to navigate. You can get a directory / file listing
of an NTFS formatted drive (in DOS 8 + 3 character file name format) and copy files
from the NTFS drive to a FAT formatted drive. More ...
How to Fix Winload Errors
winload.exe is a small file (Windows loader) started by BOOTMGR. Usually winload is not missing but instead something has currupted BOOTMGR. You can fix this by booting from a Windows installation disc and selecting the repair option. More ...
Windows Takes Too Long to Start
Every software company thinks that their particular creation is the most important program
in the world. May of them think that their program should be configured to run every time Windows starts,
whether you like it or not. Unfortunately this causes Windows to take longer to start. More ...
Run Old Programs in Windows Vista
Every time Microsoft releases a new version of the Windows operating system, a whole
slew of old programs stop working. By using the Program Compatibility Wizard or by
manually setting a programs Compatibility properties, you might be able to run programs
written for previous versions of Windows. More ...
The Windows Recovery Console
The Recovery Console, introduced with Windows 2000, provides an interface that allows
you to use DOS commands to troubleshoot and repair Windows. With the Recovery Console
you can use a number of DOS commands to access FAT or NTFS file systems and repair a
system file, the registry, or a damaged file system. More ...
Buffer Underrun and Overrun Scenarios
This is not a "how-to" article about fixing buffer underrun and buffer overrun errors,
but a basic description of what a buffer is, why we need buffers, and what
causes buffer underrun and buffer overrun. More ...