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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. Windows XP to format USB Flash drives as NTFS

    Windows XP to format USB Flash drives as NTFS Right click My Computer Click Properties Click Hardware Click Device Manager Click Disk Drives and right click your USB device. Click Properties Click Policies Click Optimize for performance. Click Apply Restart Computer …


  2. iTunes could not connect to the iPod Because It is locked with a Passcode.

    Turn the iPod off Start iTunes Plug the iPod USB cable into the computer Press and hold the Home button down on the iPod forcing the iPod to turn on. The iPod will then boot into Recovery Mode and iTunes will prompt with a dialog “iTunes has discovered an iPod in Recovery Mode, would you like to restore?” Click Yes Wait for the restore to finish then the iPod will restart and load a freshly updated iOS...…


  3. Speedometer for your Android Mobile

    Need a Speedometer with Acceleration and GPS info? The Sub Speedo app by AutoRad Industries is what you are after. This is how you can acquire this little nifty app. Using your PC Click on this Google Play link To the left, click Buy (at time of writing it costs $2.70NZD) Enter in your payment details, click Ok Choose the Android device you want it installed to Your Android device will then start downloading the app immediately. Using Android Click on Google...…


  4. Skryim crashes when making new game Fix

    Having issues with Skyrim, when you attempt to make a new game and it crashes? This is how I fixed it. Click Start Click Control Panel Click Sound (Hardware and Sound) Click on the Sound tab up the top. Select your default Sound playback device and click Properties. Click on Advanced Set the Default Format to: 44.1khz 16bit Click Ok …


  5. How to Normalize Audio in VLC Media Player

    Open  VLC Media Player Click Tools Preferences Select Audio on the left hand settings pane. Check “Normalize Volume” box Set the normalize volume to: 1.6 Click Show All Settings down the bottom of the dialog. Click Audio and select Filters Check Volume Normalizer Click Filters and click Volume Normalizer Set Number of Audio Buffers to: 10 and set the Maximal Volume Level to** 1.6** Click Save Restart VLC Media Player …