If you’ve encountered Windows 7 Error: New bad clusters were found on the source volume. These clusters were not backed up. (0x8078007D), when running Windows 7 system image backup, there is a simple way to fix the problem. [Read more…]
Start menu / Search Box / Type gpedit.msc / press Enter. [Read more…]
I’ve ran into this problem when trying to FAT32 format 64gb Kingston Usb Key and this is what worked for me [Read more…]
Recently I came accross a question on how to shut down a remote computer remotely using only the dos prompt (Win 2k or windows computer with no terminal services installed).
There are basically two ways how to go about it:…
I’ve got this error in Windows XP when trying to create a share on one of the folders. There isn’t much on the net regarding this issue, so it took me a while to figure out how to fix it. [Read more…]
First lets say, that I really have nothing against Windows. I like this system. I used some other operating systems and eventually decided to use Windows as my workstation. It somehow works for me. There are better OS for servers and better for graphics maybe, but I still like Windows. Anyhow, this couldn’t stop me from making little fun of Microsoft and WinRar. Well, I’ve heard that apparently NTFS partition has some limits in Ms Windows, where maximum number of files and subfolders within a single folder is something like 65,534. I’ve got onto a journey to test it out :) [Read more…]