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  • How To Remotely Access Another Computer From Your Computer

    Using Team Viewer:Team Viewer is very popular software to access any computer remotely.

    Features Of Team Viewer

    • Remote Computer Access
    • Text Chatting with partner
    • Video Calling
    • Remote File Transfer
    • Screenshot Capturing
    • Lock computer screen

    Steps To Remote Computer Access Using Team Viewer.

    Step 1. Download and install Team Viewer software on your computer. Your computer must be connected to the internet.

    Step 2.  Now it will display User Id and Password. If you want your partner to access your computer, then send him/her your user id and password.

     Step 3. If you want to access someone’s computer, then get the Username and password of Team Viewer of that computer. Now click on Connect To partner and type User ID of partner and then it will ask for the password. Fill in the password and press enter.

     

    Step 4. Now it will start connecting your computer to another computer, and finally, you can remotely access any computer. By this method, you can undoubtedly have remote access to another computer.

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  • How to Recover Files from a Corrupted USB Drive

    Steps to be followed:

    1. First of all, insert your USB drive in computer and press Windows button and type
    2. Now right click on Command Prompt and select Run as admin.
    3. Now there type Chkdsk f: /r where f is the drive letter and which can be different in your computer. (Check it out in your system)

    Now verifying process of files and folders will start and you will be able to see the process (in per cents) there.

    4.If you receive an error saying that your drive is not windows XP drive, then simply enter Y

    5.Now when the process completes it will ask you for Convert Lost Chains into Files, simply answer yes.

    6.That’s it, your files will be automatically displayed in your Drive storage.

    7. If you see no items in your USB drive then simply type “.” (Dot without quotes) in search box top right corner and hit enter [because it may be hidden].

     

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  • 3 Steps to Show Hidden Files Caused by Virus Infections

    We do believe that everyone have experience with computer viruses and most of it is bad experience. Today we will share 3 Steps to Show Hidden Files Caused by Virus Infections.

    Requirements: 1. Command prompt

    3 Steps to Show Hidden Files Caused by Virus Infections :

    Step 1. This is the screenshot of my USB content after I plug into infected computer. 

     

    The virus hide all my files and folders as well, and change everything into a shortcut that call Documents.vbe when executed.

    Step 2. The virus change the files and folders attribute by using system user, so when you try to change the attribute by right clicking it, you can't change it's hidden attribute.

    Step 3. Open your command prompt and go to your USB drive. In our case the USB is in E: drive.(yenanite  lela lihon yichilal)

    attrib -H -S E:* /S /D 

    Description :

    attrib : Displays or changes file attributes. – : Clears an attribute.

    H : Hidden file attribute.

    S : System file attribute.

    E:* : Drive of the USB with * as wildcard that means process all files.

    /S : Processes matching files in the current folder and all subfolders.

    /D : Processes folders as well.

    Conclusion : 1. Turn off Autorun for all of removable media.

    . 2. Do not doubleclick your USB folder to prevent the virus spreading into your system. 

       3. To delete the virus manually, you can open REGEDIT, choose EDIT tab and click Find (Ctrl + F). 

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  • How to Partition Hard Disk of Windows 10 PC Without Formatting

    Disk Partitioning in Windows 10 OS without Formatting Hard Disk – How to

    1. Press Windows+R together to open run dialogue box.

    2. Type diskmgmt.msc in the box of run box and press the Enter button.

    3. The Disk Management windows will be opened up as soon as you press the Enter button. In this section, you will get a list of all available volumes present in your PC.

    4. Click on the drive and select it whichever you want to re-partition.

    5. Right click on the selected drive and choose Shrink volume option from there.

    6. A new window will open up where you could find the total volume of the drive you select and the available space on that drive. Just, enter the amount of volume you want to shrink and this will be the size of the new partition.

    7. The value which you will enter, should be within the limit of the maximum available space. Now, click on ‘Shrink’ button and wait until the process will complete.

    It will create a new partition of your hard disk using Disk Management of Windows 10 operating system without formatting any data.

    Note: The hard disk volume should be logical type. It is not possible to create more than four primary partitions. Dynamic Disks work well with this method.

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  • Transfer Drivers from one PC to another

    Copy drivers from one computer to another

    If you are having issues trying to find a correct driver for a device on one PC, but have a working driver on another computer, you can easily transfer the driver from one PC to another.

    Step 1.Got to computer one and  go to the following folders in computer one.

    Windows stores a copy of each installed driver in C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepository folder.

    or in the following folders

    \WindowsSystem32drivers
    \WindowsSystem32DriverStore

    And in the these folders search the driver you want

    Simply copy a subfolder for the device  in to your flash disk

    Step 2. go to your computer 2 and paste the data in somewhere  example in your desktop, then use Device Manager to install it.

    If you have multiple similarly looking folders for the same manufacturer and are not sure which is the correct one, simply copy all of them and start from the latest one. If the driver is incorrect, device manager will refuse to install it. it supports Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8

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