Showing posts with label Software Soluations. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Software Soluations. Show all posts

How to open webpage in chrome browser offline

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Many Times in the absence of the internet connectivity we are require to access the certain webpages that we have previously accessed when we have internet connectivity.For example during connectivity we a have opened Facebook,Gmail and Wikipedia etc. similarly when we are suppose to be inside the airplane there is no connectivity due to which we can`t access internet and In such situations if we open our chrome history an click on the previously sites than we see a page showing a dynasore saying that your computer is not connected to internet.


At the same time there is also no setting in the chrome browser by using which you are able to use chrome in the offline mode so by using the trick Given below you can use your browser in the offline mode.


Offline reading in chrome(Trick):-

  • first of all open chrome browser.
  • In the address bar write chrome://flags/#enable-offline-mode
  • then press enter.
  • now you will see an auto reload option in the window open in your browser.
  • which is set in the default mode.
  • revert that option to enable mode.
  • then restart your chrome browser.
Then after restarting your chrome browser move to history by pressing ctrl+H 
select the site that you want to see offline and enjoy.







Warning 

  • We are not responsible for any damages that may happened by using this Techniques. 
  • Use this guide at your own risk. We shall not have any liability or responsibility for whatever happens to you and your device by using the instructions in this guide.
  • The instructions provided in this tutorial for educational purpose only. There is no guarantee that these steps will work for your device.
  •  Applying this guide to any other device or any other model may produce many problems.
  • Read and Understand the whole tutorial first, before going to perform the steps.
  • At the same time this content is not to harm any one but it is only for educational purpose.
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Fix Windows driver problems

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Version: XP, Vista, 7

Most hardware problems can be traced to the drivers, the software that enables them to work with Windows. When it comes to tracking down problems, the first port of call should be Windows' own Device Manager – here's how to troubleshoot problems using this useful tool.

Step 1. Open Device Manager

Press [Windows] + [R], type "devmgmt. msc" and press [Enter]. Look for yellow exclamation marks next to troublesome hardware devices and double-click one.


Step 2. Get error details

Look on the General tab for an error code and description of the problem – if a troubleshoot button is present, click it to see if you can fi x the problem easily.

Step 3. Search online


If no fix is forthcoming, use the error details as part of your web search – try a general search first, then add your hardware's make and model if necessary. 
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System Restore not working

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Version: XP, Vista, 7






If you're having problems restoring your computer to an earlier state, try booting into Safe Mode (tap [F8] as your PC restarts) and running System Restore from there.
In Vista and Windows 7 there's also another option: you can also run the tool directly from your Windows disc (see tip seven, above) if you can't access Windows
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PC keeps rebooting after Windows Update

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Version: XP, Vista, 7


If your PC gets stuck in a cycle of rebooting during the update process, you need to undo the updates using System Restore. If your computer came without a Windows disc, look for an option to access recovery options, or tap [F8] before Windows starts loading, and then choose "Repair your computer".

If you have an installation disc, boot from it, select your language and then choose "Repair your computer". In both cases, when the menu appears, choose System Restore to undo the update. 
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PC Won`t Sleep

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Version: XP, Vista, 7

If your PC won't stay asleep it's often because a device is configured to bring it out of standby when triggered. Identify the culprit by pressing the Windows key and [R], type "cmd" and press [Enter].



Type the following line and press [Enter]: powercfg –devicequery wake_armed
Now press the Windows key and [R] again, but this time type "devmgmt.msc" to open Device Manager. Find any devices listed earlier, then double-click them and look for an Advanced or Power Management tab.

Check if the device is allowed to bring the PC out of standby – if it is, untick all the boxes that wake it. Click OK, close Device Manager and test it worked; repeat the process if necessary.



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