How to Fix AMD Error 1603

Some AMD users have been unable to update or install their drivers as a result of Error 1603, where there was only a partial installation of the drivers. After this occurrence, Windows Updates also begin to fail. This error has mainly affected Windows 10 users. Driver installation errors like this …

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How to Control Dish Hopper DVRs using Amazon Alexa

Hopper is a television service offered by the US direct-broadcast satellite television provider Dish network. Dish network rolled out a new technology which makes watching television a hands free experience with amazon Alexa. This improvement enables customers to search for programs, change channels, pause, rewind and fast forward television just …

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How to Increase Pattern Lock Size on Android

Our smartphones are full of sensitive data, since we use them to store everything from personal photos to credit card details. Some Android users chose ignore this security risk, thus becoming vulnerable to data theft. Luckily, most Android users have some sort of security in place that is meant to …

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Fix: Windows Store Cache May Be Damaged Windows 10

A couple of Windows 10 users tried to install apps and extensions from the Windows Store have reported receiving the error 0x80073D05. This error further indicates “Windows Store Cache May Be Damaged.” and offers to reset the Windows Store. Even after resetting the store, some users have still complained there’s …

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How to Fix a Frozen Windows 10 Taskbar

Some Windows users who recently upgraded to Windows 10, have made complaints of the tasks bar completely freezing multiple times. When this happens, users cannot click on any element on the taskbar, i.e. start menu, icons, notifications. Also, shortcuts like Windows + R and Windows + X don’t work. This …

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Fix: Computer Shuts Down when USB is Plugged In

If your PC shuts down whenever you plug in a USB device, you definitely have a big issue to solve. There are several reasons your PC would shut down when a USB is plugged, and they’re mostly as a result of hardware faults, but they could be hardware sometimes too. …

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How To Fix Google Play Store Error BM-GVHD-06

The Google Play Store often comes with a lot of issues and errors. One of the errors encountered by Android users is Error BM-GVHD-06. This error appears when trying to use a Google Play card and it occurs in several countries as well. In this article we’ll see how to …

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Prevent NetD from Destroying Sockets when Android Device is Not Charging

Users of Android Marshmallow and Nougat sometimes report that Netd destroys sockets when their device is not charging. Often the Logcat will display something like this: 06-23 12:38:17.576   522  2676 I Netd    : Destroyed 3 sockets for UidRanges{ 10000-2147483647 } skip={1001 1027 10010 10013 10018 10021 10035 10037 10064 10081} …

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How to Root the Samsung Note 3 N9005 LTE

The Samsung Note 3 N9005 LTE is a 4G-compatible variant of the Galaxy Note 3 – the Galaxy Note 3 was released in 3 different versions, with almost exactly the same hardware specs. The only difference between the 3 versions is network compatibility, SIM slots, and chipset. Everything else is …

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How to Fix 02:00:00 MAC Address in Android Custom ROMs

Some people have encountered an issue with flashing custom ROM suchs as LineageOS, OxygenOS, CyanogenMod, etc. to their Android device; after flashing the ROM, their MAC address becomes corrupted and displays as 20:00:00:00 or some other incorrect number. This is effecting a range of devices, and it seems to be …

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How to Disable ChromeOS Window Animation

Chrome OS has been around for quite a few years now, and it is constantly getting tweaked in ways that we may or may not like. As Chromebooks are rising in sales, Google wants to make sure that it is not leaving any stone unturned in the operating system’s functionality …

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Top 5 Best Xposed Modules for your Android Device

Rooting your Android device opens up a whole new world of ROMs, kernels, and mods for you. But, if you want to experience the most simplified, easy, and still powerful way of customization for your rooted device, without a doubt you should check the Xposed Framework. It is a framework …

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Fix: Internet Explorer 11 Issues (KB4032782)

Microsoft released a security update KB4032782, which caused Internet Explorer 11 crashes on several web pages. Users some users who also installed security updates KB4021558, KB4022719, KB4022725, etc. and patches from June 13, 2017 also faced printing issues with Internet Explorer 11 where the content of frames and iframes are …

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How to Fix Windows Update Error 0x80070026

Some users have noticed a Windows Update error 0x80070026. When installing updates, it shows that they’re being downloaded, and then they fail. This issue isn’t common with only the Creators Edition, but earlier versions of Windows 10 as well. This issue is mainly caused as a result of damaged system …

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How to Change Font Size on Windows 10 Creators Update

The ability to change the text size for icons and other elements in Windows 10 was removed in the Creators Update. Users can no longer change the text size as the setting for that has been removed. There was a control panel alternative for this, but it was also removed …

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Geforce Experience Won’t Open [Solved]

Several Nvidia GeForce users have reported that their GeForce Experience won’t open or is not working properly. This, for some users started happening after they upgraded to Windows 10. In most cases, the icon shows up the tray but doesn’t open up in any window when clicked. As you read …

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Windows Update Error 0x80070020 [SOLVED]

Some Windows users have encountered the error 0x80070020 while trying to perform a Windows update. The update fails any time an attempt is made to install an update. This issue usually occurs if a program is interfering with the automatic update process. For example, antivirus programs with real-time scanning can …

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Fix: PS3 Error Code 80031606

PlayStation 3 error code 80031606 comes with the user receiving the message “An error has occurred. You have been signed out of PlayStation Network” and fails to sign in to the PlayStation Network. There’s no direct reason behind this error occurring for some users, but to fix this issue, we …

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Fix: Can’t Empty Recycle Bin on Windows 10 after Creators Update

A few Windows 10 users have made complaints about the Recycle Bin creating errors when an attempt is made to delete a file in the recycle bin or empty it. For some users, the delete interface flashes and subsequently crashes Windows Explorer, and for some other users, they are informed …

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Priortize Preferred Wifi Networks on Chrome

When you turn on your Chromebook, it automatically connects to a single wireless network, among several active Wi-Fi networks that you’ve previously connected to, based on a priority order.  But one question still lingers: How can one change the order of preferred Wi-Fi networks on a Chromebook. By default, your …

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How to Shut Down Windows 10 without Updates

Windows has always provided updates in order to give more or better features to its users, or if need to patch up bugs and security risks come up. All that is good, but some people usually have their computer on for most of the time. For example, waiting for over …

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100% Disk Usage Windows 10 [Fix]

Windows 10 has been receiving numerous updates throughout the year, this causes the system to consume numerous resources causing 100% Disk Usage. Due to the number of updates in the background, and numerous changes with the settings after the updates, the disk usage stays at 100%. In order to address the …

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How to Use BASH for Loop

One of the most basic tricks when authoring bash scripts involves making a loop so that you can have a certain task executed automatically several times over. Eventually, the loop will reach a predetermined test condition and suddenly cease to execute. Loops like these will work perfectly in bash on …

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Fix: Windows Creators Update Fail with Error 0xc1900208

Some Windows users have encountered the error 0xc1900208 while trying to upgrade to Windows 10. Just so you know, this error means there is an incompatible software installed on your computer which is preventing the upgrade from taking place. Of late, anti-malware applications have been problematic for recent Windows builds. …

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Fix: DISM Error 14098 ‘Component Store has been corrupted’

When you’re installing Windows 10 operating system, there are two images you’re using: boot.wim and install.wim. These are located in Windows 10 DVD or ISO file at location \Sources\. The purpose of boot.wim file is to boot your Windows machine to Windows PE (Windows Preinstallation Environment), and purpose of install.wim …

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