Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Fix iExplore Application Error

Follow the following steps to find out how to correct the issue.

Clearing Temporary internet Files
Start by opening internet explorer and then selecting Tools, Internet Options. Select the option to clear the temporary cache and temporary internet files. This should make it much easier to fix the problem and ensure that it doesn’t happen again.

Uninstall Toolbars
Open your control panel and select Add/Remove Programs. Use this to uninstall all of the toolbars which are currently installed on your computer. Toolbars used in Internet explorer can slow your computer down and could potentially make it very slow.

Registry Scan
Download a registry scanning utility and scan your computers registry with this. The registry is a large database which stores all of the settings for your computer. If there are any corrupt entries in the registry then this can cause iexplore errors. Make sure that you back up the entire registry before scanning though as this will guarantee that no matter what happens your computer will be safe.

Another option is to download a new version of Internet Explorer from the Microsoft website and attempt to install it. If the problem is caused because of a corrupt installation then this might be enough to solve it.
Reinstall Windows

The last and most extreme option is to reinstall windows by using the original installation media that came with your computer. This should fix all of the errors with your computer including iExplore application errors.

Internet Explorer will not open fixed

Now I should mention that resetting Internet Explorer, which is what this does, will reset your preferences such as your homepage, installed add-ons, etc.

1. Click “Start”, type “inetcpl.cpl” (without quotation marks) into “Search” bar and press “Enter” to open the “Internet Options” window.

2. Switch to the “Advanced” tab.

3. Click “Reset…” to reset Internet Explorer settings.

4. Check “Delete personal settings” box and click “Reset” to confirm the operation.

5. Click “Close” when the reset process is complete.

6. Click “Restore advanced settings” button and click “OK”.

7. Close the Internet Explorer window and restart IE to check the issue.


Saturday, January 14, 2012

How to Know Your Computer Has Been Hacked

When a hacker gets into your computer, he needs to access the computer's resources by logging in your some account. You can determine if your computer has been hacked in one of two ways. Find out if there are computer accounts you have not created, or if any of your legitimate computer accounts has been accessed without your knowledge.

Instructions to know how your Computer Has Been Hacked

1) Log in to your computer as an Administrator.

2) Click "Start," then type "run" into the search box. Click the "Run" link. Type "cmd" into the text field and press Enter. A new Command window will open.

3 ) Click on the newly-opened Command window to select it, then type the following command:

net user

Press "Enter." Windows will list all existing accounts on the computer.

4)  Check if an account has been created without your permission. Verify that all accounts in the output of "net user" have either been created legitimately. If there are additional accounts, those accounts were likely created by a hacker.

5)  Examine all legitimate accounts to see if any have been misused. Check the date and time of the last log-in. If the most recent log-in occurred at an abnormal time, a hacker is likely responsible.


How to Work with SharePoint Projects

The first way that an Access specialist can work with SharePoint is to value add the many templates that come built into SharePoint. If you look at Figure 1, you will see some of the many templates that can be used.

Now to illustrate what happens when you select a template, let’s choose the Issue Tracking template. This creates a SharePoint list. In Figure 2, you can see that I have added the first record using a web browser a few minutes after creating the template. To add a record, choose the New button (shown in a green circle in Figure 2) and you will be presented with what looks like a standard Access form (Figure 3). You also have the option, on computers running newer browsers, to enter the data using a DataSheet form (Figure 4). It is important to note that both Figure 3 and Figure 4 are SharePoint forms that work straight out of the box. It is also good to know that under the hood of the forms and lists are many properties that can be modified to come up with a better custom solution. Access developers will feel right at home when they dig into the properties.

Lets Link to the SharePoint List/Table

In all my time using Access, there is one thing that has always been valuable and that is linked tables.  Now you will be pleased to know that linked tables with read/write access to SharePoint lists are fully featured in Access 2007. This means that you can integrate your online SharePoint Lists into your own Access database forms, queries and reports.

So let’s find out how to link to the Issue Tracking List we just setup in SharePoint. Firstly, you need to choose the SharePoint List button on the External Data tab in the Ribbon as shown in Figure 5. This brings up a list of all of the SharePoint sites that you have been connected to in the past. If the project isn't in the list, copy and paste the HyperlinkAddress in your browser Address bar for the SharePoint project that your List is stored in. Figure 6 shows you a list of all of the Lists in the SharePoint project that you can link to.

At the end of the Linking Wizard, which will involve username and password and site location questions when you first run it, you will end up with a linked table as shown in Figure 7. This process, from start to finish, should take a  few minutes once you understand where things are entered.

Lets Export a Table to a SharePoint List

A different way of working, that you may find really handy with SharePoint, is exporting a table* that you would normally store in your database into a SharePoint project List. You will find that as SharePoint grows to be more popular, this approach will become popular too because you can solicit data entry/management from anyone who has a browser and uses the SharePoint site. This audience can be much bigger than the Access audience.

NOTE: It is my view that anyone running a large Access database will not want to put all of the database into SharePoint. Rather I believe it will be far more prudent to put just a few tables into the SharePoint site.

To export a table to SharePoint, choose the External Data tab in the Ribbon and select the table that you want to export. Now identify the SharePoint project that you want to export into and the table will be created in SharePoint. Once you have checked that the table is OK in SharePoint, delete** the table in Access and relink to SharePoint as per the previous instructions. You can see a table that I have exported from Access in Figure 8.

Friday, January 6, 2012

How to Find a NIC Driver

Follow The instructions to fix the problem

1) Click the Windows "Start" button and select "Control Panel." Double-click the "System" icon to open your current system properties.

2) Click the "Hardware" tab. In the screen that opens, click the "Device Manager" button to open the application.

3) Scroll down to the section labeled "Network Adapters." Click the icon to expand a list of network adapters installed on the machine. Double-click the network card you want to review. This opens a new properties window.

4) Click the "Driver" tab to view the summary for the drivers. If you want to locate the directory and


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