Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Recovering Deleted System Files

The System File Checker in Windows 8 is kind of an important tool to restore deleted files.
You can manually run this command by typing in Command Prompt. The System File Checker will notice you if there are corupted or deleted files and automatically replace them. It really kind of practical, because we don't need to use System Restore Features.
1. Ok, lets go!   press Start button, type Command Prompt or right-click the Command Prompt shortcut

2. Select Run as Administrator
3. Once The Administrator Command Prompt window appears, run the following command


Saturday, February 15, 2014

Dumping the Windows 8 lock screen

Open the Run command box by searching for "Run," pressing Windows-R, or moving your mouse pointer to the lower-left corner of the Desktop screen, right-clicking, and selecting Run in the Quick Access menu.
Now type gpedit.msc and press Enter to open the Local Group Policy Editor. Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel >Personalizationin the left menu. Double-click the Do Not Display the Lock Screen option in the main pane to open a new window. Select the Enabled radio button, click OK

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

How to show the disappeared DVD drive letter in Windows 7

Your DVD drive may disappeared in Windows 7 even BIOS has detected it.
These are the steps to resolve the problem:

1. Click Start, click Run, type REGEDIT, browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}, then delete both UpperFilters and LowerFilters in the right-hand pane (UpperFilters.bak and LowerFilters.bak entries can be ignored). 

2. Hasn't seen yet?  Click Start, type Disk Management and choose the "Create and format hard disk partitions" link. If your optical drive is visible here then right-click it, select Change Drive Letter and Paths, click Change and choose a new letter. If the drive is now visible in Explorer, then repeat the process to change the drive letter back; if it's still not visible, reboot and it should appear.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Easy Way to Prevent Crash in Windows 8's Restart and Shutdown

Have you ever had a crash when rebooting or shutting down your computers ?  I believe that many of Windows 8 users have ever had experienced that kind such a trouble. Here are the simple steps to avoid it:
1. Go to new Charms Bar at the top-right corner of desktop screen and click on Search option then type Power in search box.
2. Now you're in search result page. Click on Setting in right-sidebar and then click on "Change what the power buttons do" in the left-sidebar. 

3. In Power Option Windows, choose System Settings, scroll down to bottom and you will see "Turn on  fast startup (recommended)" option shown in Shuttdown setting session. 

    Note: In order to open Power Option Windows, you can also type powercfg.cpl in RUN dialog box and press Enter.
4. Uncheck the check box and save setting

    Note: If the option is not shown, scroll up and click on "Change settings that are currently unavailable".

5. Restart your system.

    Note: if the steps above doesn't fix your problem, you can try these steps:

    Open Command Prompt as Administrator by right_click on the bottom-left corner and select the 
    same option from the Win+X menu: 

            bcdedit/setdisabledynamictick yes

Good Luck ... !

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Put a quick-and-dirty Start menu on Windows 8 taskbar

Particularly high on the list of things that annoy people about Windows 8 is the omission of the Desktop's Start menu. Microsoft did its best to stomp it to death -- but it didn't quite succeed. In the Windows 8 cheat sheet I showed you how to use free or paid add-on programs to get the Start button and menu back.
If don't want to use third-party software to get a Start menu, you can build your own quick-and-dirty one in no time. You won't get the full traditional Windows Start menu with Search button, recently run apps, the Control Panel, your network and so on. Instead you get a menu that lets you browse through applications and launch them.
First make sure that you can view hidden files in File Explorer. Now right-click the Desktop's taskbar and select Toolbars --> New Toolbar. From the screen that appears, navigate to
C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu
where username is your account name, and click the Select Folder button. That will place a Start Menu toolbar on the far right of the taskbar. Click its double arrow to display a variety of folders (such as Programs and Computer) that you can browse through until you see the item you want; click it to launch it.

To make the Start Menu toolbar go away, right-click the taskbar and select Toolbars, then de-select the Start Menu listing. 
By the way, you may have noticed that when you right-click the taskbar and select Toolbars, there are other pre-built toolbars you can put on the taskbar. Here are your choices and what each does:
Address: Adds a box on the Taskbar into which you type URLs. After you enter one, press Enter and you'll head to the site in Internet Explorer.
Links: Displays your Internet Explorer favorites on the Taskbar.
Touch Keyboard: Displays a keyboard icon on the Taskbar. Click it to display an onscreen keyboard.
Desktop: Displays a list of every icon on your Desktop. It even displays some items that aren't visible on the Desktop, such as Homegroup. For any item with a subfolder beneath it (such as Homegroup and Network), you'll see an arrow next to it. Move your cursor to the arrow to see all of the subfolders beneath it.
To turn off any toolbar, right-click the taskbar and choose Toolbars, then uncheck the toolbar.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Making your Windows more private

We can use Registry to do that.

1. First of all go to Start>Run, then type: regedit

2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Policies
3.  Rightclick on Policies>New>Key>name it into ActiveDesktop

4.  Make a DWORD value in ActiveDesktop, Rightclick in ActiveDesktop. Choose New. Choose DWORD Value.
5.  Name it into NoChangingWallpaper.  To make it active, Doubleclick it, then you should change the value into 1

If  you've done, you must log off then log on again  Then another user can't change your wallpaper.

And These are another tricks :

Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Policies>Explorer then make values :
HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Policies > Network
HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Policies > System
NoDispCPL (No Display in Control Panel)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Policies > WinOldApp
Disabled (Disabling Command Prompt)


Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Fixing Right Analog Joystick Problem on FIFA 2012

Many of you are facing problem with right analog stick in fifa 12 ps3 or pc gamepad controller,here's the solution:

If you have fifa 11 installed on your pc: Go to documents>> fifa11 & copy file "buttonDataSetup.ini" & paste it in documents>fifa12 & replace it.

If you dont have fifa 11, you can download the file from web.