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When we think of survival gadgets, we might think of a compass, a foil blanket or an all-in-one tool to saw down trees, open cans and light your fire. While those gadgets are certainly great to have in an emergency, this is a technology website, so we are going to show you the best tech gadgets for survival should any geek step outdoors.
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The cable companies have you, and they know it. Or do they? This guide to cord cutting will help you wiggle out of the bundle trap you have been ensnared in for the past several years. Cord-cutting is no longer a myth and our guide will explain how to overcome some of the pitfalls you may be concerned about.
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The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is out, but if you are not in the initial wave of the roll-out, it may be some time before you get the update. Fortunately, you can manually download and install it. The Windows 10 Fall Creators update tweaks and streamlines existing features, as well as adding cool new ones.
Get the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
The Windows 10 Fall Creators update may already be pending for your system. To check, type in Windows Update into your search box, check for updates, and see if there is one waiting to install. If it says you are currently up to date, you can manually force the Windows 10 Fall Creators update by downloading it here: Windows 10 Fall Creators Download. The download tool checks your system for compatibility, and once it is determined your system specs can run it, the download can begin. A reboot is required to install the Windows Update. You can read our full article on this here: https://www.pctechbytes.com/windows-10/download-windows-10-fall-creators-update/
After upgrading to Windows 10 i cannot open PDF extension file which is on my flash drive.
A warning message: "Unknown format file"
How can i remove the error or what should I do? Any suggestions ideas would be great.
Hello, I have Canon "iR1018j" Printer and Scanner. I have a problem with connectiong this Printer/mfd to a PC. I have windows 10 based operation system and every driver I download from Canon is not recognizing my device when I connect my printer to Pc over usb. Printer is a little bit older modell so it does not support network. Things I have tryed:
- Downloading drivers from Cannon.
-Trying manually adding Device under "Devices and printers" by selecting Virtual Usb 000.
-Searching for any other driver on windows update option ( No new driver found ! ).
-Trying putting compatibility to win xp/7/8.
- Using multiple usb cabel.
- Tryed the tipps that Canon gave with trying to plug usb at proper time.
And nothing worked, can anybody that has expirience or same printer maybe answer my question
Some maybe neccessary info :
Modell of my notebook : Acer aspire 5560G
OS: Microsoft windows 10 Home - newest update.
My Desktop has recently been updated, and it now won't start up again. I turn it on and it just gets stuck on that spinning wheel. I tried that rebooting it three times to get the start up repair but it never appears. Any idea on how to fix this?
I can't login in my ThinkPad laptop after installing the latest updates. It keeps saying the password is wrong. However, I never changed the password as far as I know. I contacted the official support and they can't help on this.
Does anyone know any good fix?
So the computer we are trying to access actually can be accessed by other computers. It used to be accessible on this one, but now its not. When I click on the computer, it asks the user ID and password, but when I enter those, it says they are wrong. They are correct though and I even made a new admin account and tried logging in with those credentials and it says they are wrong.
I've tried restarting both computers, I tried pinging the computer with the files on it (does successfully), turned the antivirus and firewall off, etc... Both computers are set to a private network, etc... Any suggestions?
I believe the computer we are trying to access is running Windows 7 (might be 10 though, can't remember), and the computer that is trying to connect is running Windows 7.