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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. OSX Freezing when accessing Network Preferences

    This usually happens, when some of the OSX settings become corrupted. OSX can regenerate new settings, which should resolve your problem. Follow the settings below: Open Finder Navigate to your harddrive Go to /Library/Prefences Drag SystemConfiguration folder to Trash Now openNetworkPreferences, the System Configuration folder should reappear and OSX should not freeze. If the above doesn’t work then delete these files: Library/Preferences/com.apple.systempreferences.plist Library/Preferences/com.apple.NetworkUtility.plist …


  2. Moshi Voice Commands

    This is a list of the Voice Commands for the Moshi voice controlled Alarm clock. Time – Tells you the current time Set Time – Set time by voice Today’s Date – Tells you today’s date Alarm – Tells you the current alarm time Set Alarm – Set alarm by voice Alarm Sound – Choose 1 of 3 available alarms (chime, chirp, bell) Turn Off The Alarm – Turns off alarm and tells current time,...…


  3. How to Mass Delete Text Messages on Nokia n95

    Go to your phones Inbox Go into Options Choose Mark/Unmark Select Mark All Press “C” (or Options, then Delete) You can also press Edit  while scrolling up or down to select if you want to choose messages then press the C button to remove the messages. …


  4. Star Wars : The Old Republic Login Service Not Available

    Getting the login service not available? Follow the instructions below: You need to change your Date/Time on the computer so that it is correct, or the login servers will not be able to communicate with your computer. Close the Old Republic Launcher Click Start Click Control Panel Click Time/Date Choose Change Set the correct Time/Date (also handy to click the Internet tab and make sure that you are getting the latest time from Microsoft’s NTP servers) Click Ok Now open...…


  5. Hybserv2 “Unable to open SET PATH”

    Getting the Hybserv2 “Unable to open SETPATH” error? Follow the instructions below to repair. Windows Right click on My Computer Left click on Properties Left click on Advanced System Settings Left click on Environment Variables. Enter new system variable with name “PATH” and value (The path for your Perl/bin folder). Linux Open a Terminal Type: cd include Press Enter Type pico config.h Type: # define SETPATH “/home/USER/hybserv/etc/settings.conf Save  …