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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. BOOTMGR Errors Windows Vista/Windows 7

    A few BOOTMGR Fixes for those having problems with Windows 7 /Vista startup. BOOTMGR is compressed.  Boot from the Vista DVD. Click ‘Repair my Computer‘ At the prompt to select your OS installation, click the button that says ‘Load Drivers‘. This should bring up a explorer-style drive browser. Then just right-click on the drive you tried to compress, and deselect ‘Compress this Drive’ which should still be ticked on. Hit Apply & Apply to subfolders/files. Reboot...…


  2. Bit-Torrent Websites

    Torrent Indexers Torrent indexers are sites that have a searchable directory of torrent files, but don’t host a (public) tracker of their own. Mininova has a tracker, but they only allow ‘featured’ torrents uploaded through their content distribution service. The most used torrent indexers are: Mininova IsoHunt Torrentreactor BTjunkie Torrent Meta-Seach Engines BitTorrent meta-search engines are yet another brand of torrent sites. They don’t have a tracker and don’t host any torrent files on their...…


  3. BearShare Opening in New Firefox Tab

    Having the problem where BearShare opens when you open a new Firefox tab even after removing BearShare? This is how I fixed it. Open My Computer (Double left click on Desktop icon, or go to Start, Computer) Navigate (using the left mouse button) to_ C:Program Files_ Right click the Bearshare folder & Delete   …


  4. Basic HTML Cheatsheet

    Handy little HTML cheat-sheet for use when developing your website. HTML Basic Tags Creates an HTML document Sets off the title and other information that isn’t displayed on the Web page itself Sets off the visible portion of the document Body Attributes <body bgcolor=”pink”> Sets the background color, using name or hex value <body text=”black”> Sets the text color, using name or hex value <body link=”blue”> Sets the color of links, using name or hex value <body...…


  5. AMD Data change…update new data to DMI Error

    Getting the “AMD Data change…update new data to DMI” error? Try these fixes below. Press F1, or F2 to enter BIOs Due to the fact that all BIOs are different, look for ACPI options, usually in Power Management. Enable ACPI Make sure the Time/Date settings are correct, and if not correct them. Set HDD from SATA to IDE, in the Controller settings. Restart If that didn’t work, you are looking at a BIOS/CMOs Upgrade/Flash. Look...…