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How to split a RAW + JPEG file | Use Lightroom to split a RAW + JPEG file

JPEG Image

Whenever you click a photo using a DSLR, the camera takes in the data that has been captured and then processes it. This file is called a JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group). This format poses major uses for both beginners and professional photographers. There is another option called RAW in every camera. Each camera has its own way of treating the data that it receives from the image sensor after clicking a picture and creates its own file to store it. These files are called RAW images. These RAW formats are different for each camera e.g. CRW/CR2 for Canon, NEF

How to fix 0xC00D3E8E read only error?

error 0xc00d3e8e the property is read-only

When trying to delete old videos or while trying to edit your recent pictures uploaded from memory card of your camcorder, you might be obstructed by unexpected error 0xC00D3E8E: The property is read only. The problem is quite tricky as it restrains any kind of property changes that you would want to apply to the video or multimedia files. To free the mp4 files or the mov files from the error, let’s first understand the error and the causes of the error. What is 0xC00D3E8E read-only error? 0xC00D3E8E error is associated with multimedia files like mp3, mp4, mov video files.

What is GRUB? How to recover lost operating system data after GRUB rescue error?

Location of GRUB in MBR & GPT (source: Wikipedia)

GRUB by definition is Grand Unified Boot Loader. It is a part of program either stored in GPT or MBR depending on the boot set-up of the computer. List of contents: What is GRUB? Where is GRUB located? Grub functionality Various commands in GRUB Operating systems that can be booted using GRUB GRUB tips Grub Rescue windows 10 (no such partition error) To understand GRUB better let’s first understand what is a boot sector? A boot sector is generally the first sector of the hard drive that is accessed when the computer is turned on. When the computer boots up

How to Fix Steam Disk Write Error on SSD

Steam is a great application for video gamers to have video streaming, multi-player gaming, groups and chat facilities. Many gamers use this application extensively due to the advantages it offers. While using Steam in SSD’s, some users complain about a common error called ‘Disk write error’. It usually occurs when you are installing or updating a game in Steam. To resolve this error, we provide you with some troubleshooting steps here in this article. Most of these steps are simple and only involve minor tweaks within the Steam settings. Change download location in Steam Simply changing the download location will

How to Speed Up your Solid State Drive by Realigning Partitions

If you bought a computer with SSD and Windows is installed on it, you should not have any problems using it. Windows installer will automatically align partitions properly. However, if you have moved your existing Windows OS from a regular HDD to an SDD, it may not be done automatically and may cause certain issues. The problem occurs because, with a traditional HDD, the first partition starts at 63 blocks, whereas with an SSD, partition starts at 64 blocks. This misalignment creates issues and results in slower performance. Luckily, there is a way to know if the partitions are not

How to Use Lightroom 6 with New Camera Models

All applications have a set life span and so does Lightroom 6. Adobe has stopped updating Lightroom 6 since December 2017. The app continues to work well with images captured on older cameras and devices. However, if you’re using a new camera released after Dec 2017, Lightroom does not work with these images. Continue using Lightroom 6 with new cameras Yes, you read that right. Even though Adobe has stopped updating Lightroom 6, it is possible to use Lightroom with your new RAW images by converting them to DNG. Why convert to DNG? RAW images are unprocessed images produced by

Steps to Unmount a Volume in Windows

Mounting a disk makes it accessible by the system. Unmounting a disk prevents your system from accessing any data and there is no risk of your disk getting disconnected during data transfer. Hence, before you remove your external storage device like a USB flash drive, you should first unmount it to avoid data corruption. Once your drive is unmounted, other storage devices can access it. Note that the file system will be inaccessible during regular reads and writes. How to unmount a volume? Let us see the procedure to unmount a volume using Disk Management. Press Windows+X A context menu

Steps to Prevent Hard Drive Failures on Windows 10 System

We know that excessive use of anything can lead to an eventual wear and tear. Same applies in the case of your hard drives. Depending on how you use it, the hard drives can be used for a certain period of time. It is your responsibility to look after them with care or regret later, after suffering data loss. With that in mind, let us explore some methods you can employ to ensure your hard drives do not fail. Run chkdsk Windows chkdsk feature can overcome such problems as bad sectors, directory errors which can cause an unbootable drive. To

How to Set Up a Windows Partition on Your Mac with Boot Camp Assistant

Most users across the world use either Windows or Mac Operating system. They have their own reasons for choosing either of them. Well, now you can enjoy benefits of both on a single system! Yes. That’s right. With Mac’s Boot Camp Assistant, you can install Windows on your Mac system. Once the installation is complete, you can seamlessly shift between macOS and Windows. First things first. These are the requirements for having Windows on your Mac. (i) Intel-based Mac. (ii)A disk image (ISO) of a 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows 8 or later. Go for a full installation and not

Fix ‘Hard Drive Won’t Power Up’ Error without Data Loss

When you connect an external hard drive to your system, in some cases it may not power up. This post focuses on troubleshooting steps to resolve the error. Before you assume something is wrong with your drive, let us check where the problem is coming from. Change power adapter and USB cable  If the external hard drive uses a power adapter, that could be faulty. Try changing the adapter and check again. If this doesn’t help, replace the USB cable and plug the drive into your system. If this doesn’t solve the issue, proceed to the next step. Try on