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After having searched the web for advise about fixing a sticky keyboard on my laptop, and finding nothing very helpful, I put together this HOWTO based on my own successful method. This will restore the keyboard to new, or better, ...

I have noticed that there is an abundance of people who have had their files hidden/linked to an .scr file Here are instructions for those who are having problems with missing files. Step 1. Remove the virus that caused the ...

When we right click on a folder we see lot of menu options. Wondering how can we add our own program in that list… It can be done easily  like 1,2,3 go… I guess it will helpful for peoples who ...

Step 1. Remove the single screw in the back near the base. Step 2. Gently pry off the cloth-covered speaker face. It is attached by four posts – two near the top, and two near the bottom. Pry from the ...

Microsoft will drop support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. While there are sources that state the Microsoft downloads will still be online afterwards for people to update their machines, there are no guarantees of this. Microsoft is only ...

Pstools is a commandline tool package, that has some tools like the; psexec, pslist, psservice, psloggedon and some more (standard not built in) PsTools let you manage local AND remote systems, that’s nice because we want to do some remote stuff. ...

We have many requests in the Network Forum on how to properly add a second (or third) router to an existing LAN that already has a SOHO router connected to the internet.  I’m going to write out a brief guide ...

Any programmer when thinks about PL/SQL expects certain functionality by default to be provided by the programming language for rapid coding. This helps to concentrate more on the business part rather than the technical complexities.With that in mind I would ...

Specifically for cmd.exe on Windows Operating Systems. It is a common occurrence in the Programming Forum to see questions related to creating text files with a batch script, be it to create a secondary script or a particular format of ...

Quite often when writing a batch file, you will come across a FOR loop. It might look something like this: FOR /f "tokens=* delims= " %%a IN (MyFile) DO ECHO %%a I am constantly hearing people asking “What do tokens ...