Repair Guide

Online Computer Repair Specialists are Software Experts

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Have you tried to install a new piece of software but could never get it to run properly? If so, please do not feel bad, because you are not alone. The next time that this happens, help is only one phone call away. Today, there are online computer repair specialists that can help you solve any problem that you might ... Read More »

How To Easily Remove Yahoo Redirect Virus

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You are doing some searches using Yahoo, but after you click one of the links in the yahoo search result, you were redirected to advertising related malicious page.  Same result happens when you click other links. If you’ve been experiencing this problem, you’re a certified victim of Yahoo redirect Virus. Don’t worry its not only Yahoo, even Google has this ... Read More »

How To fix “Cannot Open Drive With Double Click”

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I have a friend who came to me because he was having a problem opening the Drive D: partition. Whenever he does,  a dialog box pop up with “Open with ” message. Basically, the problem is the computer cannot open drive with double click. This kind of problem is usually caused by virus that infects Windows XP system. This virus ... Read More »

How To Fix Canon MP258 Error 5200

Canon Printer MP258 Error number 5200 or P07 usually occurs when your cartridge is dealing with temperature issues. Your cartridge maybe too cold because of rare usage or too hot because continues usage. This type of errors normally makes the MP258 owners jump out of their seats and bring their printer to service center causing them a lot of money ... Read More »

How To Reset Canon MP258 Printer

I switched printer a year ago from MP145 to MP258. But just like any other machines at some point it will stop working the way it should be. If you encounter Canon MP258 P07 error or Ink absorber full error resetting your printer will solve the problem. Easy Steps On How to Reset Canon MP258 Printer Step 1: Turn off ... Read More »

How To Fix Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer Error

A friend of mine was trying to setup Windows XP on his machine. He inserted his Windows XP setup disk and goes the through the usual process of loading and installing drivers. But when he reached the welcome screen he was presented with a problem “Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer“. I explained to ... Read More »

How To Easily Remove Google Redirect Virus

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One of the most annoying computer infection I ever encounter is Google redirect virus. If you are reading this post,either you are my regular reader or  you’ve been a victim of this virus and wants to know how to remove Google redirect virus. What is Google redirect virus? For those who still don’t know how this virus works, let me ... Read More »

How To Reset Windows Hosts File

Now let’s talk about the Windows Hosts file. If you are wondering what is a host file, a host file is a Windows plain-text file for the purpose of mapping hostnames to IP addresses and the host name assigned to your computer is called localhost. Every website you see in the internet has an IP address connected to it. Now, ... Read More »

Common Troubleshooting Techniques and Strategies

Here are my five common-sense techniques and strategies to solve common computer hardware problems. Swap Components (Trial-and-Error) Personal computers by design are highly modular. The most effective way to troubleshoot your PC is by isolating the problem to a specific parts by trial and error. In this method you swap compatible components and see if the system works. Try other ... Read More »

Repair A Broken Hard Disk – Hardware And Software Faults

Trying to repair a broken hard disk involves doing some troubleshooting of possible hardware faults as well as analyzing the software and BIOS. In this article I’ll go through some of the analysis and tools that can be used for pinpointing the cause of these problems. Always start by checking for mechanical faults first. Open the PC and make sure ... Read More »