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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. Service Pack did not install. Reverting changes

    This usually happens when a service that is required, the Trusted Installer is not running. Follow the instructions below to repair this. Click Start Click Run Type: services.msc > Press Enter You should be greeted with a Services dialog list look for TrustedInstaller. Right click TrustedInstaller and click Properties Set the TrustedInstaller service to Automatic and click Start Attempt Service Pack installation again. …


  2. How to use the KWorld DVD Maker 2

    To operate this device, you need to have to have installed Cyberlink DVD Producer that came on a CD with your device. First plug in the DVD Maker 2 (USB) device into the supplied External USB Cable and plug that into the computer, then connect the USB device into the component outputs on the device, for example VHS machine you are trying to copy from. Open DVD Producer Press the Direct to DVD button (at...…


  3. Uninstall CS6 Master Collection

    Click Start Click Control Panel Click Add/Remove Programs/Uninstall a Program Right click Adobe CS6 Master Collection Left click Uninstall Follow the prompts to uninstall. In order to remove the registry information for CS6 including activation information delete the folders below: **_C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAdobeSLCache C:ProgramDataAdobeSLStore_** …


  4. Sony Tablet S 1080 Handbrake Settings

    Open Handbrake Make sure the video file you would like to convert is selected. On the right hand side click iPhone 4 Leave everything as default except you need to change the resolution to: 1280×800 Convert, copy to your Tablet S and enjoy your video! …


  5. How to Backup/Import Vivotech Camera Settings

    Wishing to backup or import your configuration settings for your Vivotech cameras, follow the instructions below:   How to Backup your Vivotech settings Click Start Click Programs/All Programs Click VIVOTEK Inc Click ST***Tools Open Import-Export Utility Click Export Select where you would like to save the configuration data to and click Export/Save. Your Camera settings are now saved as a BIN file in the folder you chose above.   How to Import your Vivotech Settings...…