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At some point, you may find yourself needing the installation disc of the Operating System of your Windows computer. If you don’t have it stored somewhere, the easiest way of getting an installation disc is to order it directly from Microsoft, your PC manufacturer, or any other retailer (or e-tailer) selling OS’s, as they will conveniently ship the disc(s) to you. However, this does not mean that you cannot make it yourself. It’s pretty easy really, all you need to so is download the ISO file (an ISO file is […]

Does your screen occasionally turn black? Does the computer then restart on its own? A screen that blacks out and then restarts could be caused by any number of reasons, fortunately one of the most common resolutions is as simple as updating a driver. DRIVER UPDATE The simplest cause, and solution, to a malfunctioning display is related to your computers graphics (also known as video) driver. A graphics driver is a piece of software that allows a computer’s operating system to communicate with the computer’s graphics system. The driver is […]

Sometimes the Windows Search Indexer crashes, causing search slowdowns and errors. Here’s how to troubleshoot it.

All is not lost if you’ve deleted a file permanently. Here are steps you can take to recover your lost document or media file.

Why 32-Bit Windows Steals Your Memory

The 32-bit edition of some versions of Windows can cause serious RAM limitations. Find out why that is.

Networking between Windows XP and Windows 7

Networking between Windows XP and Windows 7 for files and printers is not easy. Here’s how.

It’s important to validate your genuine copy of Windows, or it’ll stop working. Here’s how to do that.

Fixing Laptop Charging Issues

There are several solutions if your laptop decides not to charge anymore. Find out about them here.

Fixing Windows Update Errors

Sometimes Windows Update fails to start, or fails to finish. Here are several troubleshooting methods to fix this problem.

Fixing Windows Explorer Crash Errors

An unexpected Windows Explorer crash is a frustrating occurrence and can lead to the loss of unsaved work and data. Occasionally these crashes are isolated incidents with several possible causes. However, when Windows Explorer begins to crash on a regular basis, you may have a more serious issue with your PC. Update your Security Software An error like this can have many possible causes, therefore you may have to try a couple solutions in order to fix it. Your first step should be to update your computer’s security software. If […]

Powering Up a Dead Laptop

There are many reasons why your laptop isn’t powering up. We explore the different causes of a dead laptop and how you can fix it.

Setting Up a Memory Test in Windows

It’s important to know how to run a Memory Test in Windows. It’s the first step toward replacing bad RAM modules, if necessary.

Reducing Processor Usage in Windows

If you’re looking at your CPUs in Task Manager and see spikes of 100% frequently, you need to reduce your processor usage. Here’s how.

Sometimes your external hard drive won’t be detected by Windows. Here are some simple solutions to this problem.

“The Program can’t start because MSVCR100.dll is missing.” Help!

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