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Reset nVidia Graphics Settings

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  1. Click Start
  2. Click Programs/All Programs
  3. Click NVidia
  4. Click Nvidia Control Panel
  5. Select Manage 3D settings
  6. Click the Global Settings tab
  7. Click Restore
  8. Click Ok

Windows Media Player burning Audio as MP3 instead of Audio CD

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Trying to burn an Audio CD but Windows Media Player keeps burning them as Data MP3 disks? This is how you fix it.

  1. Open Windows Media Player
  2. Click the small little tab below Burn up the top and select Audio CD
  3. That’s it! Now drag the files onto the burn list on the right, burn and you are good to go!

Diablo 3 Corrupted Update

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Trying to either install Diablo 3 or update it and you are getting an error “appears to be corrupt” that is preventing the game from installing or updating?  This issue is usually caused by a speed decrease in the download speed of the file (usually occurred by either Blizzards servers or your own internet connection)_ try the following below to fix it.

  1. First thing, delete the corrupted update file and resume your Diablo install/update (C:Program Files (x86)Diablo IIIUpdates)

  2. Another option is to install the game in a separate folder or if possible hard drive , so instead of installing it in C:Program Files (x86) install it to C:Diablo III

If you still get the same issue it has been reported that removing the update file and trying again till you get a better server connection has worked but not guaranteed._

Picasa 3 Not Burning CDs

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First  you need to uninstall Picasa, follow the guide below to do this:

  1. Click Start
  2. Click Control Panel
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs/Uninstall a Program
  4. Click Picasa and select Uninstall and when prompted select No to delete the database to avoid loss of your picture file locations.

Once the uninstall has completed you need to delete a DLL file so follow the steps below:

  1. Click Start
  2. Click My Computer/Computer
  3. Navigate to: C:WindowsSystem32drivers
  4. Delete the “Pxhelp20.sys” file (Make sure not to touch anything else).
  5. Now reinstall Picasa
  6. Restart your computer once Picasa has finished installing and you now should be able to burn a CD