MR.OMAR on December 4th, 2010

Got a request to repair/fix a PC running WindowsXP last week, as expected it was due to viruses and malware attacks. The viruses and malware has already been clean-up but the damages left the windowsXP in quite a bad condition. Although the the owner doesn’t mind re-formatting the PC, but it is better to try […]

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MR.OMAR on October 11th, 2010

A user came the other day with a notebook running Windows7 Home edition. He asked me if we could recover the login password. The first thing (as I normally did) is to google for “recover windows 7 password”. Among the first page entries, was this website: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/toolsofthetrade/tp/passrecovery.htm – a list of “Top 6 Free Windows […]

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At the office, we are using the Symantec Endpoint Protection (corporate edition) anti-virus solution. One day we realise that every computers running Windows XP Professional in the office is having an issue with low disk space. After a details check-up we found out that the Symantec is storing all the virus definition updates in the […]

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