How to fix missing file WTSAPI32.DLL

I’ve just recently ask to setup a network connection on 3 computers. All went fine not but until I was going to setup the 3rd PC. I could not open the network Network Setup Wizard and even Network Connections control panel and the other computers wasn’t able to see  the third computer on the network as well as it’s shared ... Read More »

How to fix “Windows XP could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt”

A corrupt registry is the usual headache for most of my clients. The registry is a vital part of your Windows Operating system, it is what we call the central room. It stores all the informations on your PC, so a small error can cause big problems. Yesterday I’ve been called to repair a clients PC because his PC receives ... Read More »

How to fix “Windows cannot connect to the printer. Access is denied” in windows vista

An overseas friend mailed me and he said that he just recently upgraded his computers and installed Windows Vista. But just when he thought that everything is OK an error appeared when he tries to connect to a shared network printer. The error he received was "Windows cannot connect to the printer. Access is denied". He can't seems to understand why he received that error because everything else on the network appears to be working properly, shared files, internet access, etc. However, he just cannot access the shared printer and print.

I told him that the best solution is to add a printer as a local printer and then try to print again. I gave him the following instructions and it worked for him with no any other problem. If you also experienced the same problem you can my guide to be able to connect to your printer.

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Prevent your PC from crashing

A friend of mine ask me “why my PC still receives problems even if I have tools to prevent errors? ” I ask him “what are the things you did before you got those errors?” he said “I just remove some files and programs that seems not to be important”. Well… thats the big problem, you see one of the ... Read More »

How you can Recover data lost and Prevent cyclic redundancy check data errors (CRC Errors)

There are lots of technical resources on the Web that discuss cyclic redundancy checks (CRCs). In simple terms, a CRC is bit of mathematics used to ensure that your data is OK when being transfered. It’s a checking procedure that quickly identifies when data has been damaged. If you get this message, it means that the file being read by

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How to Backup your Registry

Editing Registry is a task that are best handled by people that are really knowledgeable in computers. But even if you are a PC expert or novice user it is always the best thing that you make sure that you first export the keys in the registry that you plan to edit, or back up the whole registry before you try to edit your registry settings. It is a very good practice to always backup your registry because if a problem occurs, you can just restore your registry to its previous state.

These are the easy steps on how you can export your registry keys:

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How to increase your smartbro internet connection speed

After I posted about on “How to get SmartBRO Canopy IP Address” some people asked on how they can increase their Smartbro speed connection (smartbro is only available in the Philippines). Well here is a guide on how you can increase your internet browsing speed. This guide worked for me when I’m still a Smartbro subscriber (I switch now to ... Read More »

How to get SmartBRO Canopy IP Address

If you’ve been wondering if you can access and tweak you Smartbro Canopy to change its settings or fix your connection, then you’re reading the right article. One of the better ways to do it is by knowing your canopy’s IP address. If you don’t know how to do it, then follow these step. Remember that every new smartbro subscriber ... Read More »

How to configure Zyxel P-600 series with PLDT MyDSL

This guide will help you configure your zyxel router to enable its routing capabilities so you can be able to share the internet connection without using a router. There is no need to follow this guide if you have a separate router like linksys, dlink, edimax, tplink, etc. all configuration should be done on your router, leave your modem alone... default modem settings is bridge mode. Although you can follow this Read More »