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An IT Engineer with a love for all things IT including (but not limited to), Microsoft Azure, Automation and Service Management!


  1. One of the files containing the systems registry data had to be recovered

    This can someone be the result of bad RAM or Video RAM. Try to change the video memory in the BIOs from the lower number (usually 32MB/64MB) to the higher number (64/128MB) if this does not work try the following below to repair the “NTUser.DAT” file that has become corrupted/damaged on the User Account. First we have to reveal Hidden files & folders: Click Start Click Documents/My Documents Click Tools Click Folder Options Click View...…


  2. Google Apps Migration – Exchange to Google Apps

    Sample CSV (Comma Separated Values File) for migration to Google Apps using the Apps Migration tool from Exchange. The bottom is a sample of the heading needed for Google to recognise it.   [email protected]#password,[email protected] [email protected]#password,[email protected] [email protected]#password,[email protected]   …


  3. Dial-up Error Codes

    These dial error codes can be used for diagnosing issues.   600 – An operation is pending. 601 – The port handle is invalid. 602 – The port is already open. 603 – Caller’s buffer is too small. 604 – Wrong information specified. 605 – Cannot set port information. 606 – The port is not connected. 607 – The event is invalid. 608 – The device does not exist. 609 – The device type does...…


  4. How to Merge Facebook Info into Google Contacts

    First we use a web-based tool called “Friends To Gmail” which collates the data from your Facebook friends such as Name, Birthday and Biography information (currently this does not support Phone Numbers). Open Friends to Gmail Click on “Connect With Facebook” Login/Authenticate using your Facebooks data, you might want to select the security settings for this transactions to allow only you to see any information posted. Click Next Friends to Gmail will then go through and...…


  5. Reset Windows 7 Security Permissions

    Click Start Navigate to Programs/Accessories Right click Command Prompt and select Run As Administrator Type: secedit /configure /cfg %windir%infdefltbase.inf /db defltbase.sdb /verbose Press Enter Wait for it to complete the operation and the permissions should be reset back to Factory Settings. If the above does not work, try this Security Restore Utility. This has also been reported as the fix for Windows Update Error #8007005 …