Troubleshooting the Target Disk Mode not Working

Target Disk Mode is a handy boot utility that lets you boot from a separate drive and transfer data from one Mac to another. You can use this feature when your Mac won’t boot and you need to recover your files. Simply use a FireWire or Thunderbolt cable to connect two Macs so that oneContinue reading “Troubleshooting the Target Disk Mode not Working”

Fix the Fsquirt.exe Not Found Error in the Bluetooth Data Transfer Wizard

Do you know a fsquirt.exe? What is the fsquirt.exe file? Actually, fsquirt.exe is a software component of Microsoft Windows; it is an executable file that runs the Bluetooth file transfer assistant graphical user interface (GUI) that helps users transfer files between a computer and a Bluetooth device (or between two computers that support Bluetooth). ThatContinue reading “Fix the Fsquirt.exe Not Found Error in the Bluetooth Data Transfer Wizard”

Troubleshooting: You need permission to perform this action Error

Losing control of your computer is undoubtedly frustrating. Suffice it to say that such a problem turns the daily routine of your PC into a nightmare, as you cannot use your files, folders, or applications and therefore cannot work. Unfortunately, in Windows 10, 8, 8.1, or 7, you may encounter the message “You need permissionContinue reading “Troubleshooting: You need permission to perform this action Error”

To register or re-register a DLL file in Windows 10

Have you ever encountered a Windows problem where you need to register a DLL file on your computer? A DLL file, also known as a dynamic link library, is a file containing functions used by multiple applications. For example, Microsoft Office has hundreds of DLL files that can be used between different Office programs toContinue reading “To register or re-register a DLL file in Windows 10”

How to fix the error: 0x0000000C – MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS_EXCEEDED

Blue screens of death are one of the most infamous Windows-related errors. There are several of them, and we will look at the BSOD error code 0x0000000C in the next tutorial. Error 0x0000000C MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS_EXCEEDED error is another Windows blue screen (BSOD) that some users may encounter. This problem can occur after users install new hardwareContinue reading “How to fix the error: 0x0000000C – MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS_EXCEEDED”

Fixed: IRQL NOT DISPATCH LEVEL – Stop Error 0x00000008

Blue screens of death or BSODs are really unattractive. When they appear, it means that Microsoft has encountered a critical error from which it cannot recover. This is usually due to a faulty hardware component or a problem with low-level software. Although BSODs look different because they vary depending on the version of Windows, inContinue reading “Fixed: IRQL NOT DISPATCH LEVEL – Stop Error 0x00000008”

Fixing Windows 10 that won’t play MOV files

Watching videos is one of the most fascinating things people do. But not all video files can be played on your computer, especially if you don’t have the right player or codec. Take MOV video files, for example. Because it is Apple’s QuickTime container for the MPEG 4 format, it takes some effort to playContinue reading “Fixing Windows 10 that won’t play MOV files”

Fixed the ‘System restore did not complete successfully’ bug

By and large, Windows is a great operating system that has evolved a lot over the years, whether by fixing all sorts of known problems or adding new features to keep up with ever-changing technology. Many users have reported problems with system recovery, and it happens in all versions of the operating system, including WindowsContinue reading “Fixed the ‘System restore did not complete successfully’ bug”

To fix Windows 10: USB Error Code 43

USB (Universal Serial Bus) devices are flash drives, external hard drives, web cams, mice, etc. Thus, USB devices make up the majority of external hardware. When you connect an external device to your desktop or laptop, Windows may not recognize it. In this case, you will get an error message saying that “the last USBContinue reading “To fix Windows 10: USB Error Code 43”

How to fix error 0xE8000065 in iTunes on Windows 10

Error code 0xE8000065 in iTunes is related to problems connecting to your Apple device and can be caused by various reasons such as system errors, improper driver installation, outdated software, damaged USB cables, or improper system configuration. In either case, it is important to fix this problem immediately so that you can continue to useContinue reading “How to fix error 0xE8000065 in iTunes on Windows 10”