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luke.geek.nz


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


  1. Spotify Crashes Randomly

    Having issues with Spotify? Few minutes or seconds after opening it crashes, follow the prompts below to repair: Make sure Spotify is closed (there is no icon in the notification tray by the time). Click “here” to go to Facebook’s Application Remove Spotify, by clicking the small x (you might have to do it twice). Relaunch Spotify (it should now work) Note: If Spotify doesn’t work reinstall Adobe Flash Player …


  2. Internet Explorer & Firefox Webpage display issues

    Missing buttons and getting weird colours in both Internet Explorer & Firefox? Try the following: Click Start Click All Programs/Programs Click Accessibility Click on the Display Settings Look for High Contrast settings and disabled them. …


  3. Blank Device Manager in Windows XP

    The issue is caused by security permissions in the registry. This is how you fix it. You must be logged on as a local administrator to perform this task: Click “Start“, “Run“, and enter “regedt32“ Maximize the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE” window. Scroll down to “SYSTEMCurrentControlSetEnum“ With “Enum” selected click the “Security“, “Permissions” menu. Click “Add“. Add the group “Everyone” and the user “SYSTEM“. Select “Everyone” and check “Read  ONLY“ Select “SYSTEM” and check “Full Control“ Click the “Advanced” button at...…


  4. How to fix Telecom T-Stick/Vodafone Vodem Initializing issues

    Make sure you have credit on your Vodem/T-Stick. This is the common cause of why the modems will not load webpages. Disconnect the T-Stick/Vodem Click Start Click Programs/All Programs Click Accessories Click Command Prompt Type:  set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1 (this will reveal hidden device drivers in device manager) > Press Enter Now we need to load Device Manager, click Start Right click Computer/My Computer Click the hardware tab Click Device Manager Click View Click Show Hidden Devices Device Manager...…


  5. How to run Diablo 2 in Windows 7

        First things first, make sure you have Diablo 2 installed.   Right click the Diablo 2 icon Left click Properties Click Compatibility Check the checkbox “Run this program in compatibility for” and select: Windows XP (Service Pack 3) Check run in 256 colors Check Disable Desktop Composition Check Run this Program as Administrator (this will by-pass any User Account Control issues) Click Ok Now open Diablo 2 (it should now run)   Note: It has...…