Monday, June 1, 2015

Fix windows Service error : ex- Printer spooler Stopping

Fix windows Service error

Previous Windows Operating Systems will return following error message “The print spooler service is not running” when you try to print or open printer properties, which means something wrong with the print spooler service on the computer.

Print Spooler Stopping Automatically warning message

Steps to Fix Print Spooler Keeps Stopping Automatically Issue on Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1

Simple step you can do straightaway is, starting the print spooler service from Services ( or in command prompt as on step 2) manually.
1) ‘Services’ can be found under Computer Management, but to access it easily on Windows 8 or 8.1, type ‘Services.msc’ on search.
Open services and locate Print Spooler, I’m sure it will be in the stopped state, so you can start it now.
print spooler service start on Windows 8.1

2) If you like commands, then use this method to start/stop print spooler in command prompt. Make sure to open command prompt with administrator privilege ( Run as Administrator).

To start print spooler, type;

Net start spooler
To stop print spooler, type;
Net stop spooler
If print spooler keeps stopping in Windows 8,8.1 or 7 even after starting the print spooler as mentioned earlier, then follow below steps.
3) You can try below steps if you think print spooler is not responding to your print commands and print is not happening when printer is fine physically (No paper jam or any error indications on printer hardware).  These methods will help to clear the pending print jobs (print queue) and hanging spooler service.
Clear the print spooler files where the Operating Systems store printing jobs temporarily, deleting these file will allow the print spooler to start freshly and run smoothly next time.
Go to C -> Windows -> System32 -> Spool -> Printers and delete all files inside this folder. This is the location OS keeps the printing jobs before sending to printers. Once you delete these files, print queue will be cleared. The same location is applicable for latest Windows 8 and 8.1 too.
Most of the times these steps will solve the print spooler keeps stopping automatically issue.

Additional Steps to Fix

If the problem still exist even after trying earlier steps (if the physical printer connectivity is fine and physically there are no issues on the printer, cartridges and out of papers) on your Windows 8, 8.1 or Windows 7 computers, try these additional steps.

1) Make sure you have already done mentioned earlier methods..
2) Go to services ( as on step 1) under Computer Management, Double click Print Spooler service and go to Recovery tab. Here we can set what that service should do when it fails.
Select ‘Restart the Service’ in Subsequent Failures field. So, it will try restarting print spooler service whenever it fails.
This will not be the permanent solution if the spooler service keeps stopping and automatically restarting again and again. Better find out the real problem and fix it.

3) Go to ‘Dependencies’ tab and make sure all depending services are started. Luckily, only one dependency service for print spooler service which is Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service.
So, check the RPC service in services and make sure it’s already started, these methods are applicable for Windows 8,8.1 and 7 too.
4) Last step which worked for me recently, wrong printer driver installation. Yes, if you installed completely unrelated wrong driver to any of the network or local printer, you may face this print spooler stopping frequently problem. By default Windows OS tries to communicate with all printers very often even if you don’t print on theme. When printer and OS talk wrongly because of wrong driver installation, Windows stops the print spooler service automatically.
Try these two methods,
a) Delete all unwanted printers from your computer.
b) Make sure all printers are installed with proper drivers ( or at least with similar model)
Once I changed to correct print driver, it solve my problem very easily.
Try the above methods, I’m sure one of them will solve print spooler stopping automatically problem.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

elecom htu332 gbk write protect error Solved

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Use these Simple Methods

If not Solved Pls download Restore-v3.13.0.0.exe 

I Use this tools to Restore 

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Phison PS2251-02

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Run Exe

select drive to Format

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Before format backup all files to Hard drive

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

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Sunday, February 8, 2015

Why is my wireless signal strength so low?

If a wireless network has a low signal strength, the transfer of information across the network could be slow or you might not be able to access certain parts of the network. Here are solutions to some common problems with low wireless signal strength:

  • Your computer is too far from the wireless router or access point.

    Move your computer closer to the router or access point. If your computer is portable, try moving it around to determine the range of the wireless signal and the best place to use the computer.

    If you can't get closer to the router or access point, consider buying and installing an external antenna for your wireless network adapter. Many wireless network adapters are set up so that you can attach an external antenna to them, which provides better reception than the built-in antenna. Check the information that came with your wireless network adapter to see if you can install an additional antenna.

  • The wireless router or access point is turned off or isn't working properly.

    There are two things to try:

    • Make sure the router or access point is turned on and that the wireless signal light is illuminated.

    • Reset the router or access point by turning it off, waiting at least 10 seconds, and then turning it back on.

    If you don't own the access point or don't manage the network, contact the network administrator.

  • There is interference from other devices.

    If you have 802.11b or 802.11g network hardware, it uses the 2.4 gigahertz (GHz) frequency. Other devices that use this frequency include microwave ovens and cordless phones. If you have 802.11a network hardware, it uses the 5 GHz frequency. Some cordless phones also use this frequency. These devices can cause interference between your computer and the network.

    There are two things you can try in this situation:

    • If any devices like these are near your computer, turn them off temporarily or move them farther away.

    • Change the router or access point settings to use a different wireless channel, or set the channel to be selected automatically if it's set to a fixed channel number. Sometimes one wireless channel is clearer than others. In the United States and Canada, you can use channels 1, 6, and 11. Check the information that came with your access point or router for instructions about setting the wireless signal channel.

  • The network you're looking for is set to not broadcast its network name (SSID).

    Wireless routers and access points can be set up so that they don't broadcast the network name. In this case, you can't detect that the network is in range (in order to connect to it) unless you've previously connected to the network or you manually connect to the network using the service set identifier (SSID). To connect to a network that's not broadcasting, follow these steps:

    1. Open Connect to a Network by clicking the network icon (Picture of the wireless network icon or Picture of the wired network icon) in the notification area.

    2. Click Unnamed Network, and then type the network information.

      The network will be added to your list of networks and will be available to connect to in the future when your computer is in range of the network.

      8 Ways to Fix a Weak WiFi Signal

      In just a decade, WiFi signal has become almost as essential as food, water, and shelter. A weak signal can be a modern day nightmare. Poor loading times and lost connections can test your patience while browsing the internet. This guide will help you understand why your WiFi signal can become weak and how to improve it cheaply.

      Get a Modern Router

      I just moved and recently got cable. The Internet installer laughed, pointed, and mocked my wireless B router. I had no idea I was using caveman technology. Apparently WiFi speeds are much slower on wireless A, B, and G routers. Wireless N is all the rage when you want the fastest speeds possible. You will need both an N router and an N card in your computer for maximum speed.

      Check for Router Updates

      While not as annoyingly frequent as app updates, router manufactures sometimes issue stability resolutions via driver updates. Go to the manufactures website to download all new maintenance updates and changes.

      Don’t Hide Your Router

      Routers can be disgusting looking things and your first instinct is to hide it behind your television or in a box. Resist that urge as a wide open router, clear of obstructions and with antennas pointed upwards, will perform better. Make sure the router is relatively close to where you’ll be using the WiFi.

      Change WiFi Channel

      Wireless routers broadcast on numerous different channels, similar to radio stations. It can cause buildup and static if a lot of people are on the same channel. Newest routers feature automatic channel selection. If you have an older model, test and try another channel to see if you experience less interference.

      Use the free Wifi Analyzer Android app to pick the best channel for your router. The app works great by scanning immediate channels and helping you find a less crowded channel. Move the router around the house to maybe find an even better channel.

      For iPhone users, check out the $4 WiFi Explorer app to help find the right channel. Quickly identify channel conflicts, signal overlapping or configuration problems that may be affecting the connectivity and performance of your home or office wireless network. Get an insight into network details like name (SSID), MAC address (BSSID), device manufacturer, signal strength (RSSI), noise, channel, band, security configuration, supported data rates and much more.

      Use Two Routers

      Even if you have a fast connection, too many electronics can often overwhelm your WiFi. Using two routers can be very beneficial. Take advantage of the free (or cheap) router your cable provider gave you and use it as an access point. This is useful for a home entertainment system or a game console that can be constantly plugged in via Ethernet cables, leaving the WiFi for your smart phones and laptops.

      Kick Your Neighbors Offline

      Your freeloading neighbors will now have to search elsewhere. WPA encryption is much harder to hack than WEP, so go with WPA for your password. You can check if someone other than you is using your WiFi. Make sure your network, gaming console, and everything else using the Internet is turned off. Look to see if the wireless light is still blinking. If so, you may have a leech (or worse, a potential hacker) to deal with.

      Use a program like MoocherHunter, which is used by police in some countries, to find real-time users of your wireless network.

      Buy a Range Extender

      If your WiFi is having trouble reaching all ends of your house or large office, consider buying a range extender. A basic $50 extender should do the trick. This probably won’t make your WiFi any faster, but at least you’ll have Internet access in the basement and attic. You can also create a DIY extender, but I am certainly no expert on that.

      Do a Speed Test

      If you have followed most of these steps, and still don’t see an improvement, check out what kind of speeds you are getting at If the speed is significantly lower than what you are paying for, discuss this matter with your cable provider. Sometimes cable providers throttle down your Internet performance so they can hit you with a bandwidth usage fee. Research your provider and consider switching to a company who doesn’t limit your Internet speeds.

      There’s plenty of more tricks and tips for faster WiFi speeds, like using a beer can. Do you have any WiFi hacks to share with the class?



How to resolve poor or no signal from a wireless router

Resolving poor wireless signal

There are a few factors why your wireless device is getting low or poor signal from the router.  This article will guide you on how to resolve these issues.

Low or poor signal is mainly caused by six (6) major factors:

      •    Distance problems
      •    Physical obstructions
      •    Wireless interferences
      •    Transmit rate on the wireless router
      •    Outdated firmware on the router
      •    Power outage

Distance problems

Wireless devices have limitations when it comes to their signal range.  For devices running on 2.4 GHz, the range can go up to 100-150 feet (30-46 meters).  If your wireless network devices are too far from each other, consider relocating the devices.  Remember that distance is directly proportional to signal strength.  The farther you are from the access point, the weaker the signal.

To check if you’re getting a stable connection, perform a continuous ping.  If you’re getting replies most of the time, this means the connection is stable.  If time outs are occurring frequently, the connection is not that stable.  For instructions on how to perform a continuous ping on your computer, see the article below:

Pinging the Linksys router

To get the best connection, you may need to find ways to move your computer closer to the center of the router’s range.  When choosing an area where the router will be placed, ensure that it is well ventilated.

Physical obstructions

Wireless networks are also susceptible to obstructions that may lead to low signal.  Oftentimes, the signal gets reflected, refracted, or absorbed by the obstruction.

Common obstructions are:

      •    Cabinets or drawers
      •    Mirrors, Glasses
      •    Metal Objects
      •    Thick walls and ceilings
      •    Aquariums

If you have any of these objects between your wireless adapter and access point, consider relocating your access point somewhere high to get around the obstruction.

Routers have a default broadcast range that is dependent on their wireless networking standard (Wireless -B, -A, -G, -N, -AC draft) and the wireless signals broadcasted by the router may not be able to completely penetrate thick walls and other common obstructions.

Also, you may use a Linksys range extender or Powerline to boost the signal of your router if you have a big area and there are a lot of obstructions between your router and the wireless device.  For more information about how to expand your network using Powerline adapters, click here.

Wireless interferences

Common sources of interference are:

      •    Neighboring wireless networks
      •    Microwave ovens
      •    2.4 GHz cordless telephones
      •    Bluetooth® devices
      •    Wireless baby monitors

To solve the problem, change the channel and SSID on your access point.  Preferred channels to use are 1, 6, 9 and 11 since they’re considered as non-overlapping channels.

The 802.11b/a/g/n standards use the 2.4 Gigahertz (GHz) band.  With this frequency, 802.11b/a/g/n equipment may encounter interference from microwave ovens, cordless telephones, Bluetooth® devices, and other appliances using the same band.  To learn how to change your wireless router’s channel, see the article below:

Changing the wireless channel on a Linksys router

You can also select the 40 MHz channel width on your 2.4 GHz network to improve the performance of your Wireless-N network.  However, this is only advisable if you are in a location less crowded with wireless networks.  It is also important to note that in order for your wireless devices to connect to the network, they need to have a Wireless-N network adapter that is compatible with the 40 MHz wireless channel.  The latest versions of Linksys Wireless-N adapters can connect to a 2.4 GHz network with 40 MHz radio band.

QUICK TIP:  The Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Routers have the 40 and 80 MHz Channel widths in the 5.0 GHz network.

If you are not sure about the settings, it is best to leave it at its default settings.  The channel width is set to Auto by default.  This automatically defines the best wireless channel for your wireless network.

Transmit rate on the wireless router

Changing the Transmit Rate on the router allows the device to work at a specific speed for wireless transmissions.  The default Transmit Rate is Auto with a range of 1 to 54 Mbps.

The rate of data transmission should be set depending on the speed of your wireless network.  You can select from a range of transmission speeds or keep the default setting, Auto.  This will allow the router to automatically use the fastest possible data rate and enable the Auto-Fallback feature, which will negotiate the best possible connection speed between the router and a wireless client.

NOTE:  If the transmit rate on the router or the adapter is not set to Auto, the Auto-Fallback feature will be disabled.  If the Auto-Fallback is disabled, you will not be able to experience the maximum range of the wireless router as it will not be able to adapt to the environment’s condition.

Linksys does NOT recommend changing the transmit rate of the router other than the default value since it will shorten the range of the wireless network as shown in the sample diagram below.

If you can't get connected into your router after changing the transmit rate to AUTO, try to change the transmit rate manually by using the router’s web-based setup page.  You can do this by accessing the router’s web-based setup page, then click on Wireless > Advanced Wireless Settings.  You can set your preferred rate on the Transmission Rate drop-down.

Outdated firmware on the router

Outdated firmware on the router can sometimes cause connection issues in your network.  To fix this, you need to upgrade the firmware of your router.  To properly do this, click here.  For a video on how to upgrade the router’s firmware, click here.

Power outage

One factor that may also trigger the poor performance or loss of wireless signals coming from the router would be power/electricity interruptions.  If you are not able to acquire any wireless signal after a power outage, you may powercycle the router by unplugging and re-plugging the power cord from the power outlet for 10 seconds.

However, if the powercycle still does not resolve the problem, you may need to reconfigure the wireless settings of your router.  Refer to the links below for more information:

Monday, January 19, 2015

Useful Tips and Tricks in Windows 7

Useful Tips and Tricks in Windows 7

In this tutorial i will show you useful tips and trick in Windows 7 to keep it in top performance :

-Disable unnecessarily program that run in windows startup:
 Sometimes when you install a new softwares, they automatically run when you start windows and to prevent that simply go in software setting and uncheck this option. or go in statrup → run → type msconfig → a new windows will appear → go in startup option and uncheck all unnecessarily programs ( for me i check just my antivirus) and restart your computer.

-Back up your registry:
most of time we forget to save a copy of our registry so when something not good happens we can back up it.  in the past i was downloaded a crack from Best Blackhat Forum and that crack was infected and it hurt my registry. but because i was back up my registry before, all was fine.
this is how to save a copy from your registry :
go in startup → run → type regedit→ in file tab choose export, name it as you which and click save :

if you want to backup it just do all above steps but this time click import then choose the registry backup file.

-Repair problems of system:
 To do that you need a litte tool called FixWin  you can download it from here : FixWin 1.2
this is a screenshot about this tool :

-Prevent others to access your registry and damage it:
To prevent hackers to access your registry go in startup→run→type gpedit.msc → user configuration→administrative tools → system → double click : prevent access to registry editing tools and choose enbaled

if you want to edit your registry again just do the steps above and choose "not configured"

-Update your drivers without softwares:
 to update your drivers without  softwares go in startup→run and type : devmgmt.msc → right lick to the driver you want to update and choose properties → details → and copy the name of your driver :

now visit that site ( you must internet explorer)  : Catalogue Microsoft Update

install the extension then go in search bar and paste the name of your driver you wll get all version of your driver :

choose the version you want to download and add it then click download, select the location of the downloaded driver and click next, wait until download finish , 

 -Enable GodMode feature:
by enabling this feature you can control up to 274 windows feature easily :

to enable it just create new folder and name it : GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

I hope you like this tips and if you have any questions just leave a comment.