Posts

Showing posts with the label Windows

Locate Nepal Telecom Hotspots Via Android

Image
Are You Using WIFI Hotspots for Internet Service by NT.If Yes then Here i have an App For You that is easy for locating NT Hotspots








NTC Provides You Easy Service for Browsing Internet via it`s Hotspot which is not available. If you want to Use these Hotspot Service make sure to find Hotspot by NT and Follow Some Steps Below

Goto Your Message Box Having GSM or CDMA NumberType " WIFI " At Message BoxSend It To  " 1416 "After That, Password Will Be Provided to You and You can Surf  NOTE: This Subscription  will take Rs.10 per Hour and will be valid for 24 Hrs.


If You are Searching For Location of NT Hotspot Then Download The Android App" NT Hotspot Locator " From Android Marked

Download

There have Been Issues as You can See Comments and Reviews On Play Store.It Might Be Helpful To You.


Windows 10 Free Update

If you’re eagerly awaiting Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 10, then it looks like you don’t have long to wait. Late July looks set to be the launch period for the new OS, with hardware partner AMD accidentally spilling the beans. This means we have less than 15 weeks to go before the new OS ships.
Windows 10 is widely anticipated to turn the lacklustre sales of Windows 8 around and convince the remaining Windows XP and Windows 7 users to upgrade too.
The news doesn’t actually come from Microsoft, but one of its partners, AMD, which is better known for making CPUs and graphics cards. Specifically, AMD’s CEO, Lisa Su, let slip the date during a quarterly earnings conference call:
What we also are factoring in is, you know, with the Windows 10 launch at the end of July, we are watching sort of the impact of that on the back-to-school season, and expect that it might have a bit of a delay to the normal back-to-school season inventory build-up.

Free upgrade for some…

Removing write-protection from Removal Drive

Image
With your USB drive plugged in, launch a command prompt. Do this by searching for cmd.exe in the Start menu (or Start screen in Windows 8). In Windows XP, click Start then Run, and type cmd.exe in the box.
NOTE: you may need to run Cmd.exe with administrator privileges if you see an “access is denied” message.
To do that, right-click on the shortcut and choose Run as administrator. In Windows 8, simply choose Command prompt (admin).
Now, type the following, pressing Enter after each command:

 NOTE:Do IT At Your Own Risk

diskpartlist diskselect disk x (where x is the number of your USB flash drive – use the capacity to work out which one it is)attributes disk clear readonlycleancreate partition primaryformat fs=fat32  (you can swap fat32 for ntfs if you only need to use the drive with Windows computers)exit
By Low Level Formatting You can Also Try this method by Completely Formatting Your USB Pendrive and Again Partitioning and Reallocating the Storage Space to the Pendrive Similar to t…