Safe Mode – When you turn on your computer, there is a 0% chance that you will see any of the errors on the screen. When this happens, you can re-boot your system.
Safe Mode – This means that there is no operating system on your computer. Your apps and data will be restored to their original state. If you install a new operating system, it will replace your old operating system with that new OS. So, restart your device and try installing a new operating system.
Safe Mode apps only – If you are using a few apps, but don’t want to remove them from the original state – you can safe mode install them. Find your list of dangerous apps and delete them.
HDD Global Configuration – Some users will need to update their device drivers. However, in order to make sure that you are always able to find the right driver, it is important that you use a third party application that will device driver update. Fyodor has made this process easier with his Driver Cure. This will update all of your device drivers in case you need to use the next day.
op active off
/ proc cat /proc/mdstat
CIHFiles – This tool can help you rebuild your disk images. Use it to rebuild your old bootable image and remove Check Disk Utility.
D:Program FilesSym ic DLLs
E:Program FilesCommon FilesCommon FilesDLLs
G:Program Files grub
Having issues while using the task manager?
If you cannot log into Windows with your normal username and password, use the reset password to gain access to your computer.If the task manager does not work, you can do funky things like setting your wallpaper as wallpaper or designing a whole new one. Here are the steps to managing your Task Manager.
Enter the Windows reboot box and type: net stop w32time && net start w32time
Then press enter.
To open Windows with administrative rights, use the Windows command prompt. Type: net stop w32time && net start w32time -f
To restart your computer, type: net stop w32time && net start w32time -k
To disable any non-boot code programs, type: net stop w32time && net start w32time -m
To restart your computer, type: net stop w32time && net start w32time -s
To disable unprivileged processes, type: net stop w32time && net start w32time -p
To restart your computer, type: net stop w32time && net start w32time -d
To disable trusted processes, type: net stop w32time && net start w32time -w
To restart your computer, type: net stop w32time, then press enter.
To restart a network, type: netsh winsock resetp -server hibernate
To configure a pre-homed router, type: netsh winsock resetp -router bgp
To remove a specific program from a router, type: netsh winsock resetp -router bgp
How to choose the right browser for your computer?
I like IE because it is free, but the lack of automatic updates can be annoying. Firefox is faster, but it is not auto- updating.
The fourth tool is internet explorer, which is made by Mozilla. It is definitely the industry standard web browser. No matter what your computer problems, or even whether you have Internet problems, this is the web browser you need.
Then, how about Opera? I have used Opera in the past and found it to be a bit more resourceful than IE. It is also available in 64 bit, so it might be a good idea to use it instead of IE 8.
Putting Opera in a try-except-you’re-sure-you’ll-get-it performance test makes me giddy thinking back on how many times I haveborrowed a fast Opera laptop to surf the web on my work laptop and have never had any problems.
It comes with some niftyPlugins that extend the capabilities of Opera, and allow it to do a lot of things, but its64 bit powered designis not the fastest like something out there like an iPod.
Like all new software, there are also support spigot keys that allow you to disable or enable the features you really don’t need.
I installed it on my work laptop as a trial and I had no problems at all. My browser – bet you didn’t know Opera includes some nifty no-fade-away super features.