Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Resolving IP conflict error

IP conflict happens when same IP address is assigned to two network devices connected to same network. Network devices can be either computer, printer or photocopy machine, etc. Most of the IP conflict occurs when the network devices are connected through DHCP IP address. Unlike static IP address in DHCP, IP address is assigned automatically to connect to the network device. It happens when two devices on network gets same IP address, then a network error pop up dialog box is appeared with the title "Windows has detected an IP address conflict".

To resolve IP conflict error:

1. Go to RUN from START button or hold down "WINDOWS KEY" and press "R" to open run dialog box.

2. In the run dialog box type "CMD" and press ENTER key to open COMMAND PROMPT.

3. At the command prompt type "IPCONFIG /ALL" and press ENTER key to know all the network devices connected to your system along with IP address of each device.

4. Now type "IPCONFIG /RELEASE" at the prompt to release the IP address assigned to all the network devices connected to your system.

5. Now type "IPCONFIG /RENEW" at the prompt to release the IP address assigned to all the network devices connected to your system. (Make sure the IP address are different to each network devices if not again network error pop up screen will appear. Keep doing the above procedures till all network devices IP addresses are different)

Saturday, December 03, 2016

Defragmentation of hard disk for improving system performance in MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7

Procedure to defragment hard disk for better performance


2.       RIGHT CLICK on the partition or the drive where Microsoft Windows has been installed.

3.       Click on PROPERTIES to open the PROPERTIES dialog box of the particular partition or drive.

4.       Click on TOOLS tab.

5.       Under the DEFRAGMENTATION title, click on DEFRAGMENT NOW button to open DISK DEFRAGMENTER dialog box.

6.       Click on DEFRAGMENT DISK button to start hard disk defragmentation.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

How to remove/disable Low Disk Space message from taskbar in windows

Steps to remove or disable the message from taskbar:

1. Go to START and click on RUN or hold WINDOWS key and press R to open RUN window.

2. Type REGEDIT in the RUN windows and click OK button or press ENTER key to open REGISTRY EDITOR window.

3. Under HKEY_CURRENT_USER tree go to SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer (ie, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer)

4. On the right panel of the window RIGHTCLICK and create a new DWORD value and name it as NoLowDiskSpaceChecks.

5. Give the value for NoLowDiskSpaceChecks as 1.

6. Close the REGISTRY EDITOR window and restart the computer to affect the changes.

NOTE: Any changes made in the windows registry will be effective only after restarting the computer.

Monday, May 23, 2016

How to use IPCONFIG command in DOS command prompt(cmd)

Using command ipconfig /all shows detailed information such as IP address of your system, DHCP enabled or not, default gateway address,DHCP server address if enabled, DNS servers and MAC address of your network card whether onboard or PCI card.

C:\> ipconfig /release (will release the ip address)
C:\> ipconfig /renew (will renew the ip address)
C:\> ipconfig /flushdns (will purge the DNS resolver cache)
C:\> ipconfig /registerdns (will re-register DNS server names)
C:\> ipconfig /renew (will renew all network adapters connected to your system)

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Remove background from any image online

Any image background can be converted to transparent or white background online for free. All you have to do is just upload the image of any format and click on the area where background has to be made transparent or to create white background.

For more details visit:  http://www170.lunapic.com/editor/?action=transparent

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