Thursday, November 7, 2013

How to set up auto reply in outlook 2003/2007/2010?

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2. In Outlook 2003, select File >> Save As... from the menu; In Outlook 2007, click the Office button.
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3. Select Outlook Template under Save as type:.
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4. Select Tools >> Rules and Alerts... from the menu in Outlook window.
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5. Click New Rule...
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6. Select Start from a blank rule and make sure Check messages when they arrive is selected, and click Next.
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7. Check Where my name is in the To box under Select condition(s), and click Next.
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8. Check reply using a specific template under Select action(s), and Click on a specific template under Edit the rule description.
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9. Select User Templates in File System under Look In:, select the template that created before and click Open. Click Next.
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10. Check Except if it is an Out of Office message under Select exception(s), and click Next.
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11. Type a name for your auto reply rule under Specify a name for this rule, and click Next.
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Saturday, October 5, 2013

Converting USB file system from FAT32 to NTFS

The first thing you will want to do is plug in your USB drive or other drive that you want to convert to NTFS. Once it is plugged in, and you can see it in your "My computer" then you will want to right click on the drive and choose properties. Under the general tab you will see what type of file system the drive has; if your drive is FAT then we need to format the drive to FAT32 so we can then change it to NTFS. If your drive is already FAT32 skip to the next step Converting FAT32 to NTFS.
Right Click on the drive
Choose Format
Under File System choose FAT32
Check Quick Format
Click Start
Windows will format the drive into the FAT32 style; this could take some time depending on the size of the drive you are formatting. My 8GB thumb drive took about a minute. Once it is formatted to FAT32 next we will format it to NTFS.
Converting FAT32 to NTFS
Now we will want to convert the FAT32 drive into NTFS. To do this we need to run a command line format that will convert the file system for us.
Go to Start>>Run
Type CMD
Type CONVERT E: /FS:NTFS ("E:" represents the USB or drive you are changing you letter might be different please make sure you have the correct drive letter)

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Steps to solve the "file is too large for destination file system."

These directions don't work to solve this problem because I cannot "right click on command prompt." I don't see how to do that following the "click System Tools" step.  What should I be looking for? Nothing I click on brings up the "run as adminstrator" option. HELP!!

Let’s try converting the drive to a NTFS and NoSecurity setting. This can be done by:
·         Click the Start Orb
·         Click All Programs
·         Click Accessories
·         Click System Tools
·         Right click Command Prompt
·         Click Run as Administrator
·         Enter the command, convert <drive> /fs:ntfs /nosecurity (<drive should be the drive letter of your external hard drive, for example convert F: /fs:ntfs /nosecurity )

Creating Wi-Fi HotSpot in Windows 8 – Share Laptop Internet Connection

Let’s find out that whether your wifi card supports sharing or not for this go to search and open up CMD in the administrator mod. For opening CMD in administrator mode you need to right click it and then open the cmd in “Administrator Mode“.
After you have opened cmd write the following command and look for the thing mentioned in the screen shot that whether it’s written yes or no. It it’s yes then you can go on “It means that you can enable the hotspot and can share your internet connection.
Command to Check Sharing Compatibility of wifi network for windows 8:
netsh wlan show drivers
Now find the following , hope so that you will find a yes!
Check sharing ability of the wifi card

Creating The Wi-Fi Hotspot:

Don’t close the cmd as you are going to use cmd again. Following is the command line to create the hotspot, set the password and name it as you want too.
netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=nameOfwifiHotspot key=yourpassword
The above is the command to create the hotspot. Replace “nameOfwifiHotspot” with the desired network name and replace “yourpassword” with the desired password which will be used by the others to connect to the hotspot.
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Press the enter and hotspot will be created.

Starting the Wi-Fi Created Hotspot in Windows 8:

Now you need to start the hotspot, again you are going to need the cmd and the cmd must run in the administrator mode. Write the following command in the cmd to start the above created hotspot.
netsh wlan start hostednetwork
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Press enter and the hotspot will be created and will be discoverable by the other devices as well.

Sharing the working internet connection with the windows 8 Wi-Fi hotspot:

All Right, everything has been done and now you only need to give your laptop’s internet connection’s access to the created hotspot, so that any user connected to the hotspot will have the internet access also. For this reason you will need to open the windows networking and sharing center.
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Open up the network and sharing center, and then go to “Change adapter settings” on the top left pane. Click that to open. Here you will see your created hotspot connection plus the connection which you want to be shared with the hotspot for the internet sharing. The created hotspot connection has the star with the name. You need to open the properties of the connection which you want to be shared with the hotspot.
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Right click and open the properties of the connection which has the internet access and is the original internet connection of the laptop, whether it’s a dialup, local area network or anything like that. Go to the sharing tab in the properties and then tick the “Allow other network users to connect through this pc internet connection” and in the drop down below, select the hotspot connection which is “Local Area connection *21” in my case and then hit ok. Re-dial the connection or else reconnect the internet connection if needed.
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That was it and you are done, the password to connect with the hotspot is the same which you used while setting up hotspot in the cmd. If you can’t still share the internet then reason are that firewall or an antivirus is causing the problem, try disabling the firewall if you trust the person with whom you are sharing the hotspot or else try adding an exception int he firewall or antivirus.

Update: Resolve your wifi hotspot errors like “The hosted network could not be started”:

After receiving a lot of error reporting in the below comments of this post, I have written an article on how can you resolve errors which retain your from creating a successfull internet connection shared wifi hotspot on windows 8 or windows 7, read detailed guide:

Monday, August 12, 2013

How do you put different headers on different pages in Word 2007?

Wherever in the document you need a new Header or a new Footer insert a sectoin break.

In Word 2007, inserting a section break is located in the Page Layout tab. (You'd think it would be in the Insert tab, but it isn't...go figure.) So...

1) Left-click on Page Layout.

2) Left-click on Breaks in the group Page Setup and select "Section Break...Next Page"

3) In the new section, double left-click in the header to edit it.

NOTICE that the Ribbon has automatically switched to "Design"

4) In the group labeled "Navigation" left-click on "Link to Previous" to undo the link.

5) Edit the section header to your liking.


Tuesday, May 7, 2013

How to enable Administrator Account in Window 8

1. Open an elevated command prompt, and do either step 2 or 3 below for what you would like to do.
    Ctrl+X then can go Administrator command propmt.
2. Type  highlighted commond in below snap and press enter.
3. exit and close.your system Administratior account has been enabled.
4. same procedure for disable Adminstrator account.just type net user adminsitrator /active:no

Saturday, April 13, 2013

How do I format a USB Flash Drive to NTFS file system?

To enable NTFS on your USB Flash Drive drive (USB Flash Memory):
  1. Right click My Computer and select Manage.
  2. Open the Device Manager and find your USB drive under the Disk Drives heading.
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  3. Right click the drive and select Properties.
  4. Choose Policies tab and select the "Optimize for performance" option.
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  5. Click OK.
  6. Open My Computer
  7. Select Format on the flash drive.
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  8. Choose NTFS in the File System dropdown box.
  9. Device Formatting is completed.

Saturday, February 16, 2013


Hello everyone,

Let’s take a look at what could be causing Internet Explorer to be giving you these messages. First step will be to reset Internet Explorer, you can do this by:
·         Close any Internet Explorer windows
·         Click Start
·         Click Control Panel
·         Open Internet Options (you may have to switch from category view to icons to find this)
·         Click the Advanced tab
·         Click Reset…
·         Click Reset
·         Click Close
·         Click OK
·         Open Internet Explorer

If you are still having problems, then next thing to look at would be another program causing a conflict with Internet Explorer. You can test this by doing a clean boot: (if you have Windows Explorer crashes, test these with a  clean boot as well)
·         Click Start
·         Type msconfig into the search field (if using Windows XP you will need to click Run… then type in msconfig)
·         Press Enter on your keyboard
·         Click Continue on the User Account Control (If prompted)
·         Click Selective startup
·         Uncheck Load startup items
·         Click the Services tab
·         Check the Hide all Microsoft services box
·         Click Disable all
·         Click OK
·         Click Restart Now
Once your computer has finished restarting, test to see if you still get the same error in Internet Explorer. If not then you just have to identify which service/startup item was causing the problem.
·         Click Start
·         Type msconfig into the search field (if using Windows XP you will need to click Run… then type in msconfig)
·         Press Enter on your keyboard
·         Click Continue on the User Account Control (If prompted)
·         Click the Services tab
·         Check the Hide all Microsoft services box
·         Check (Enable) the top half of the service boxes
·         Click OK
·         Click Restart Now
Once your computer has restarted, again test to see if the problem is still gone. If so, then the services you enabled are good to stay. Repeat the enabling process for half of the remaining disabled services and continue this process until the problem returns or all services are enabled. If the problem returns then you will need to test the last batch of services you enabled one by one to find which was causing the problem to occur.

If you enable all services and the problem still hasn’t returned:
·         Click Start
·         Type msconfig into the search field (if using Windows XP you will need to click Run… then type in msconfig)
·         Press Enter on your keyboard
·         Click Continue on the User Account Control (If prompted)
·         Click the Startup tab
·         Check (Enable) the top half of the service boxes
·         Click OK
·         Click Restart Now
Follow the same process as before, with testing after each restart. If the problem hasn’t returned, go back and enable half of the remaining list of startup items and continue the process until the problem has returned. Then you will need to test the last batch of startup items you enabled one by one to find which causes the problem to occur.


  1. Start phpmyadmin in your web browser, it should be something like http://localhost/phpmyadmin, login to it.
  2. In left hand side of your phpmyadmin welcome window, you will be having all the database, click on your WordPress database.
  3. It will list all your wordpress tables, then you will find a table name ‘wp_users’, this is the one which stores all the user info. Click to browse this table.
  4. Then it will list all the entries of ‘wp_users’ table. Now click and edit user named ‘admin’.
  5. There is a field called ‘user_pass’, it has your password, but you see this is in encrypted format, WordPress uses MD5 encryption algorithm function.
  6. Now change the column ‘Value‘ of user_pass filed with your desired password, Note : select the function MD5 in ‘Function‘ column.