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Showing posts with label Window 8. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Window 8. Show all posts

Monday, August 4, 2014

How to repair UEFI Bootloader in Windows 8


In this article we will learn how to repair Windows 8 bootloader on a computer with UEFI. The corruption of the Windows 8 bootloader can occur after the installation of the second OS (in Dual Boot configurations), be caused by the erroneous actions while failure recovering and for some other reasons. If the loader in Windows 8 on UEFI system is corrupted, it’s impossible to start the system or a blue screen with the following error appears:
The boot configuration data for your PC is missing or contains errors.
File :\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\BCD
Error code: 0xc000000f
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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Windows Phone 8.1: Finally, a worthy rival to Android and iOS

Recently Microsoft launched it's windows phone 8.1. developer version with it's most awesome feature cortona :)
 You can get it , nothing bad in that  won't remove warranty (have asked to nokia care  ) steps are below-
Caution- Please dont keep your battery low  keep it atleast  70%.

  • -Register as a developer for free to download Windows Phone 8.1 and CortanaHead to the Windows Phone App Studio and log in with your Microsoft account. Now start a new project (you don't need to do anything further).
  • Head to the Store on your Windows Phone. Search for and download 'Preview for Developers'
  • Open the app which will appear in your list and follow the instructions, signing in with your Microsoft account and ticking the relevant boxes.
  • Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for Developers steps
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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

How to bring back start menu in windows 8 to bring apps screen

 It seems that a lot of people are really ticked off that the Start menu is no longer a part of the operating system. While my guess is that a lot of those folks will opt for a Start menu replacement, such as StartW8, Classic Shell, or Start8, I heard from plenty of others who stated that they were willing to give the new Start screen and Apps screen a shot even though they lamented the passing of the Start menu.
Thinking that was a reasonable request, I began investigating a way to create a shortcut that would allow you to directly access the Apps screen with a simple click of the mouse.
It took a while but I finally unearthed a CLSID key in the Windows 8 registry that can be used to construct a shortcut that will instantly access the Apps screen. I then pinned that shortcut to the taskbar, changed its icon, moved it to the left edge of the taskbar, and Voila! I had a Start button to access the Apps screen.
So using this technique, you can just click a Start button to bring up the Apps screen and then click the icon of the application you want to launch.
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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Show Old Start Menu in Windows 8 Consumer Preview


Hi Friends,

We all know that Microsoft has replaced Start Button with Start Screen in their latest windows 8 consumer preview. So many users finds difficulty from where they start.

So Today, Here I’m sharing a tool which help you to show or get back the old start menu on your latest windows 8 installation.

This Free tool is Start8 developed by StarDock, which brings back the old Start Menu in Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Start8 adds the similar windows button icon(start button icon) on taskbar which we used in windows 7, you can also add your own Start Button image.

When you click on the start menu then it will open the Metro app search screen(win+Q) with a small screen as below.



Features of Start8:-
- Adds a “Start” menu to the Windows 8 taskbar
- Enables quick access and searching of your installed applications
- Adds Run… option via right-click menu
- Adds Shutdown… option via right-click menu
- Choose a custom Start button image



Download Start from Here
Enjoy It...
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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Important Keyboard Shortcut for Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Hi friends,

Microsoft has released the Beta version (Consumer Preview) of windows 8 which is their new and upcoming operating system. As you also know that Windows 8 was basically designed for Touch Screen, So it came with a new interface and also in windows 8 beta version there is not any start menu, So many users are struggling to use it with Keyboard and Mouse.

Here in this post I am going to show you some Key board short-cuts for Windows 8 Consumer Preview which can help you to quickly access menus and
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How to Install Windows 8 Consumer Preview Using USB Drive / Pen Drive

Hi friends,

I am sharing the method for how to Install Windows 8 Consumer Preview over Windows 7. In this tutorial I’m using the USB Drive / Pen Drive for Install Windows 8.

Follow the Below Steps to Install Windows 8 Consumer Preview:-

Step 1:- First of all Download the ISO Setup file from here.

Step 2:- Now Download the Windows 7 USB / DVD Download Tool from here and Install it.

Step 3:- Once you downloaded both files, Open the Windows 7 USB tool and then choose the ISO File and click on the Next button.

 Step 4:- Now choose media type i.e. In our case we chooses the USB Device and click on next button.


Step 5:- Now Insert Your Device and then click on the Begin Copying, It takes few minutes to copy windows setup files on your USB Device.


Step 6:- Now Open Your USB Drive and Double Click on the Setup.exe file, to begin Windows 8 Installation.

Step 7:- Now click on the “No Thanks” and mark on to Privacy Statement and click on the Next Button.


Step 8:- Now Enter the Product Key, which is “ DNJXJ-7XBW8-2378T-X22TX-BKG7J” and click on the Next Button.


Step 9:- Now Accept the License Terms,


Step 10:- In Next Windows it will ask you to what you want to keep in Windows 8 Consumer Preview, It’s all upon you to choose any option but i recommend to choose “Windows Settings, Personal Files and apps”, So it will keep all of your settings, files and software as they are in previous OS.


Step 11:- Now It will check the recommended setting, which you have to do first, after did click on the Next Button.


Step 12:- Now Windows 8 is Ready to Install, so click on the Install Button and wait Until to Personalize Background Color.




Step 13:- Now Pick a Background Color and click on next.


Step 14:- Now Select the express setting and wait for few minutes and your Windows 8 Installation Completed.



Enjoy It......


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