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Fix – Adobe Flash Player Plugin Crash

I recently had updated flash player and all the browsers just stopped responding when any flash content was on the page. This kept happening for all the browsers, Updating the flash player and the browser does not help. After a lot of searching the culprit was found to...
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Removing a Boot sector Virus

A boot sector  virus is a virus that places its own codes and commands into a computer’s DOS boot sector or Master Boot Record (MBR). When a boot  sector virus has infected a system, the MBR is usually corrupted and a computer’s boot sequence is changed. Since the...
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How to remove/appear Recycle Bin Icon on Desktop in XP

Click Start, Click Run, Type GPEDIT.MSC, Press Enter On the Left Column Expand Administrative Templates, click on Desktop . On the Right Column Find Remove Recycle Bin Icon from Desktop . Double click on it, A Property Window will Appear . Select Enable option, Press OK. Refresh Desktop.
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Windows 7 dead battery – False alarm

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After facing so many controversies since the launch of Windows 7, now Microsoft is looking into a problem that is causing some Windows 7 users to get a warning that there is a problem with their battery. According to the company sources, there isn’t any problem in the...
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Windows xp password recovery with pen drive

A lot of methods are available to recover or reset the Windows password. The famous Ophcrack is used for recovering the password. Even i have posted about using Ophcrack. So I thought why to recover a lost password, instead why cant we simply reset or delete the password...
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Why my 320 GB HDD is only 298 GB

Did you ever wonder that you had bought a 120 GB HDD but the computer showed it as a 111 GB HDD. And where did the rest of the space eventually disappear? Well nothing disappeared and even the manufacturer didnt make a fool of you. This happens because...
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