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Oct 11, 2017
A new tutorial has been released by - to help resolve the 'Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device' error. This error shows because either your hard drive is faulty/not connected, or your operating system is not recognized.

Oct 08, 2017 released a full set of blue screen (BSOD) errors for reference. If your Windows system shows any of these errors, it now means you have a stable reference from which to determine the cause (and solution).

Aug 20, 2017
A new tutorial has been released detailing exactly how to deploy a ruby on rails application online. This tutorial explains the steps required to set up and run a VPS which allows you to publish your Rails application on the Internet.

Jun 07, 2017
A new tutorial has been released showing how to resolve "xul.dll" errors with Mozilla Firefox. This error is caused by the "XML User-Interface Language" library packaged with Firefox and Thunderbird. The library is either missing or damaged.

Feb 17, 2017
As ScanGuard continues to plague the Internet with false spyware reports, you need to realize that it's not a reliable antivirus application. It's a gimmick marketed to people who don't know any better, causing many more problems than it's worth.

Feb 17, 2017
A new tutorial has been released, detailing how to install multiple SSL certificates on a web domain. The new tutorial explains exactly how to install the SSL certificates on a number of servers, including NGinx and Apache.

Jan 19, 2017
A new tutorial has been released to fix the xlive.dll error on most games. The error - widely reported in games such as Batman, GTA 5 and Mafia 3 - have prevented the games from being launched. Fixing the error should be quite straightforward.

Jan 19, 2017
A new tutorial has been released to fix the unarc.dll -6 and isdone.dll errors when installing games. These errors are caused by Windows being unable to read some of the archive files required by the installer. To fix, you need to ensure files are ok

Jan 17, 2017
isDone.dll errors occur when you install games on Windows. The error only affects games which use DirectX, normally citing "CRC Check Failed" or another issue. The error is caused by your system being unable to read a compressed (archive) file.

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