Windows

How to Fix No Boot Disk Has Been Detected or the Disk Has Failed

When a computer boots up, it checks the HDD/SSD for boot information and an Operating System and acts on the information retrieved to boot up the Operating System it found on the disk. However, if a computer, for some reason, is unable to find an Operating System and/or valid boot …

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FIX: Your Microsoft Account wasn’t changed to a local account 0x80004005

The 0x80004005 error is usually related to an Access Denied situation. However, if it occurs when you’re trying to switch to a Local Account on your Windows device, it means that the Microsoft account wasn’t synced properly. When installing Windows 8/8.1/10, you are required to login with a Microsoft account. …

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How to Fix Thread Stuck In Device Driver BSOD on Windows 8 and 10

The Windows 10 Thread stuck in device driver is an error caused by a driver file caught in an endless loop while it waits the hardware to enter inactive state. Fortunately for the user, the error is caused by a driver problem, and not faulty hardware, so with that being …

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How to Fix Error 0x8007003B “An unexpected network error occurred”

Error 0x8007003b while trying to copy a large (>100MB) file over a VPN connection can appear when the connection to the server is not stable, or if the configuration mismatches such as if you are running Samba or OpenVPN tunnel which limits the bandwidth to the server. Some users also reported …

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How to Limit Download Speed on Android

To limit your download speed on Android you’ll need to root your device and download an application from the Google Play Store. Follow this guide to learn how to limit your speeds. Whether you’ve run across problems with data limits or you want to stop your phone from hogging your …

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Fix: MSCONFIG Not Saving Changes on Windows 10

MSCONFIG is an extremely handy system utility that is included in all versions of the Windows Operating System and is designed to be used to alter and make changes to the Microsoft Windows startup process. If a Windows user wants to have Windows boot into Safe Mode or have Windows …

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How to Disable “Allow This Device to Wake the Computer”

Computers running on the Windows Operating System can be put into Sleep mode – an extremely-low power state that is designed to save tons of energy and resources, all the while keeping the computer running. When a Windows computer is put to sleep, the user’s session is simply paused and …

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