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How to Resolve Setup was Unable to Use the Existing Partition Error

When you install a new operating system, there may be an error message ‘Setup was unable to use the existing partition because it does not contain the required free space’. Before you begin the troubleshooting process, make sure you have allocated enough space for the new OS installation. If the error still persists, follow the steps below to troubleshoot the error. Step 1: Format the partition Turn on your system and insert Windows installation media CD Reboot the device from the installation media inserted Follow the instructions and Install Windows In the step which says ‘Where do you want to

Resolved – An unknown Outlook Error 0x8004019 has Occurred

When you try to read, send or receive email messages in Outlook, you may encounter error messages. A common error is ‘An unknown Outlook error Ox8004019 has occurred’. This error is mainly caused due to corruption in Outlook data file called .pst. Outlook saves your emails, attachments, contacts, etc in a backup file on your computer. This backup file is called PST file. These files can get corrupted due to various reasons. A system crash or oversized PST files are some of the most common reasons for corruption in these files. How to resolve the error Ox8004019? Step 1: Use

Fix ‘this device is currently in use’ Error

Ejecting a USB device using Safely Remove Hardware works most of the times, but it might not in some cases. You may receive an error message like ‘This device is currently in use. Close any programs or Windows that may be using the device and then try again’. If you have removed the device abruptly or without knowledge when the error message is shown, you may risk corrupting the device and losing data. This is because when data is transferred to USB, it isn’t all written at once. Part of it may still be in the buffer. When a drive

How to Fix a Non-Functional microSD Card

Ever since DSLR cameras have become easily accessible to a lot of people, it is common to see tons of great quality images on the internet. These images are of course stored on SD cards in most cameras. Imagine you have just returned from a fantastic team outing. You were assigned the job of clicking great pictures with a DSLR camera. You return home, insert the microSD card into the system. Unfortunately, the system returns an error “The disk in the drive is not formatted”. You are disheartened thinking about what happened to data within your microSD card. The error

7 Ways to Cleanup your Windows 10 Hard Drive

With ever increasing internet speeds and hunger for data, it is no surprise if your hard drive is almost full. It must be a difficult choice to delete any of the files or folders since you want them all! You then start to cram your internal drives to a point that affects your system performance. It is always advised to have a lot of free space on C Drive that contains your system files. The overall speed of accessing data becomes slower since the system does not have much space to play with to process these applications. Let us look

How to Fix SD Card Reader Error on Windows 10

You just love taking photos! Your Camera SD card is filled with lots of pictures from recent events. You copy them onto your computer using a card reader, format your card so that you can start clicking more pictures on the card again! You were excited about the new Windows 10 Operating system and wanted to upgrade from Windows 7. You installed Windows 10 and are impressed by the interface. After another trip, you insert your card reader to copy photos on your system. You are surprised that the system is not detecting the card reader. You try other USB

Where is the Recycle Bin on My USB?

If you are working on a Windows system and accidentally deleted a file from your USB drive or an external hard drive, the file doesn’t go to the Recycle Bin. It is permanently deleted. Ever wondered why? Well, the Windows system does not treat the USB or External drive as a part of the system. It is still a “removable” drive. It all started with the floppy drive since they had very little data in them and there’s no point in allocating separate space on the system for these files. One thing you should keep in mind is that Recycle

Solved – My Camera not Reading the Memory Card

The number of DSLR camera users have increased tremendously over the last few years and is showing no signs of stopping. Top manufacturers of these cameras are competing with each other to pack in best features at an affordable rate. With such advancements in camera technology, memory cards or SD cards are not far behind. They can now store humongous amount of information. You might have come across a situation wherein your camera can read only certain memory cards and when other cards are inserted, it cannot access the data within. Why does it happen? Well, cameras come with pre-defined

Fix ‘No Boot Disk Detected or the Disk has Failed’ Error

The computer checks the Hard disk drive or SSD drive for boot information when it boots up. It acts on the information received to boot up the OS. But if the computer is not able to find an operating system or valid boot information on the hard drive / SSD, then you get an error message which says – No boot disk has been detected or the disk has failed. How to fix this error message? We tell you. Read on to know the solutions to fix this issue: Fix 1: Check if the hard drive or SSD is properly

Fix Error – The System Cannot Find the File Specified

The error message – ‘The system cannot find the file specified’ is a common Windows error, mainly Windows 10. It points to the error code 0x80070002. But then, depending on the type of failure, OS specification, and few other indicators, the code may vary. Some of the reasons for this error are: Abnormal registry keys Missing files for a specific software Connection issues Missing driver file Here is a list of fixes you can try out to resolve error – ‘The system cannot find the file specified’. Fix 1: Run antivirus software The common sources of error are virus and