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Guides and how to tutorials to fix common PC problems.

bad_pool_header [Solved]

Bad Pool Header is an error that comes with a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death). This error happens randomly but, mostly, the users have experienced it after a Windows Upgrade or an Update. The error will prevent you from using the computer and you might have to restart. There are …

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No Sound on Youtube [Fix]

There’s no doubt that YouTube is the most widely known and used video platform on the internet. Almost each and every one of us use YouTube on daily basis. But, sometimes, you might face the no sound issue on YouTube. This issue will come out of the blue without any …

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Fix: SD Card Not Showing Up

SD cards are an integral part of our daily lives. We use SD cards in so many devices from cellphones to digital cameras. These provide a great way to increase our storage capacity for almost every device. Usually, we like to have the contents of the device on our computer …

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Xpadder vs Pinnacle Game Profiler (PGP)

There are many software available in the market which allow you to map your keyboard keys to almost any controller that you connect with your PC. The trend has significantly increased since the release and development of new gaming joysticks, controllers etc. Although all of them fulfill their purpose, there …

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How to Repair Steam

Sometimes the need arises when one has to reinstall Steam for different reasons. Normally, reinstalling Steam can cause the loss of your games and you have to download all the packages over again from scratch. This can be really time-consuming and would expend a lot of your bandwidth. There is …

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Fix: AfterGlow Xbox 360 Controller Wont Work

The Xbox 360 afterglow controller is also known as AX.1. The concept of this controller is that it is a type of transparent with eminent lights coming out of it. It is developed for Xbox consoles and can also be used with your PC. Many people face the problem where …

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Fix: SSL Connection Error

If you are a regular internet user then you will most likely see the SSL Connection Error. Even if you haven’t seen this error, you will see it at some point in the future. This error comes up while accessing websites and prevents you from accessing the website from your …

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How to remove Quick Access from Windows 10

Windows 10 brings surely brings a lot of new features and one of them is known as the Quick Access feature. Although there are plenty of people who like this feature but there are a few of us who don’t see any benefit of the Quick Access feature. Quick Access …

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Solid State Drives: The Speed You Need

Solid state drives have been out for a few years now and with their falling prices they are becoming a much more affordable option for everyone. If you don’t know what a solid-state drive (SSD) is, it’s the latest in storage technology. They are significantly faster, smaller and lighter than …

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Top 5 Best Music Player Apps For Android in 2017

Our smartphones are a powerful piece of hardware capable of doing a lot of stuff, and they’ve become our primary devices for consuming music. Many Android users today use streaming services like Spotify or Pandora to store and listen to their favorite music. Others, including me, still prefer a good …

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How to Root Oppo F1s with SafetyNet Bypass

We posted a guide on how to root the Oppo F1s some time ago, but a more efficient and better method had recently come out – this method will actually bypass SafetyNet and SystemUI root checks. Thus, it’s a much better root since you’ll be able to use any apps …

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How to Update Xiaomi Devices to Globalized Miui 9

Xiaomi has released its latest software version, Miui 9, which has been made available for a good handful of its Android devices. However, the software has been initially released in China, meaning that Xiaomi device owners outside China who flash the update will have a Chinese-language system UI, and several …

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How to Use bc as a Hex Calculator

Various Unix-like operating system implementations like Linux and pretty much anything that has the GNU suite includes the bc basic calculator language. Its syntax is very similar to the C programming language. You can use it as a hex calculator right from the command line, so you won’t ever need …

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Difference: Unix vs Linux vs BSD

Learning the differences of how to use the terminology Unix vs Linux is a great way to start a flame war. Some people consider these issues to be extremely important from a political standpoint. New users will certainly want some primer to go by, so it’s safe to say that …

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Base Building/Crafting Games in Steam

There are several categories of games available on Steam such as action, adventure, and fantasy etc. One of the categories is called Base Building. Base building games require the player to build their bases by gathering materials or planning strategically. It is not a short game like the other genres, …

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How to Add Status Bar Brightness Slider on Any Android

Android is a platform where many developers come out and showcase their ideas aimed to improve the ability of the system. If you’ve ever tried a rooted phone with a custom ROM, surely you must have come across various handy features that you can’t find on the Stock ROMs. One …

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How to Add Internet Speed Indicators in The Status Bar

Many Android phone users want to keep their download and upload speed visible in the status bar. Some manufacturers integrate this function in their devices’ interface, but most don’t. So, if you want to take a look at your internet connection speed, you must open some specific apps. However, if …

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Fix: Your system is heavily damaged by four virus

You can fault virus creators for a lot of things, but not for their lack of creativity. Malware comes in all shapes and sizes, but so far the mobile realm has mostly seen scammers and cyber criminals plotting for ways to rip vulnerable victims off. Since the security is tight, …

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Fix: Fast Charging Not Working

Fast charging is a concept that was first invented by Qualcomm in 2013. Since then it was upgraded several times and was adopted in different forms by a lot of smartphone manufacturers. But most of us heard about fast charging as the hottest new feature introduced with Samsung Galaxy S6. Now, …

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How to Use IFTTT to Increase Your Phone Functionality

How often have you forgotten to put your phone on silent while you are at work? And, how many times have you forgotten to turn it on afterward? This, and many other similar examples are typical in our today’s life. We got tons of obligations, and it is not uncommon …

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Fix: Pixelated Videos on Acer and HP Chromebooks

A common problem reported by users of both, the Acer Chromebook 13 and the HP Chromebook 14, is that Youtube videos at times appear highly pixelated, which makes them unwatchable. This blur effect on Youtube videos is known to occur in Chromebooks that run on the NVIDIA Tegra K1 chip, …

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Fix: Note 4 wont turn on

When it came out, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was one of the most powerful Android devices on the market. Even though other flagships managed to beat it’s processing power, the elegant design still convinces a lot of people to invest in a Note 4. But all the specifications in the …

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Fix: Note 4 Battery Drains Fast

Some flagships somehow manage to remain popular years after the initial release and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is one of them. With solid specs like 3GB of RAM, Snapdragon 805 processor, and an excellent Super AMOLED display, Note 4 continues to bring Samsung a steady stream of revenue. Samsung continues to …

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Fix: The remote procedure call failed

Can you open your photos, documents or Windows features and applications? Are you getting error named Remote Procedure Call Failed? If yes, you are on right place to find a proper solution for this problem. If you do not have any problems on your computer, you should be happy and …

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How to Use the Recursive Linux Make Directory Command

Generally, when you use the mkdir Linux make directory command you create a single subdirectory that lives in whatever directory your prompt is currently sitting in. If you were in ~/Documents and you typed mkdir Memoranda, then you’d create a single directory called Memoranda that lived in ~/Documents. You don’t …

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