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Steps to Locate Downloaded Files on Windows Phone

Accessing downloaded files in Windows Phone is a difficult task, in case memory card is not inserted in it. In Android phone, there is a separate folder named as Download which holds all the downloaded files, but in Windows Phone, there is no such folder. In order to access downloaded files, you need an app called Files. You will get this in Windows Phone Store. Once you successfully install Files from Windows Phone store, follow the steps mentioned below to access downloaded files. Swipe your Windows Phone start screen towards left to view list of all the apps Here, locate

How to Fix Unable to Repair Mac SSD from Recovery Mode Disk Utility First Aid Issue?

“When I tried to run First Aid on the SSD drive, it prompted an error stating that “First Aid found corruption that needs to be repaired. To repair the startup volume, run First Aid from Recovery.” So I restarted my computer by holding Cmd-R options to enter Recovery mode. When I got into Recovery Mode, I opened Disk Utility and then choose the SSD drive to run First Aid.  But, I got the same error message as above. Can you help me out to fix this issue?” Well! I have seen many people posting similar kind of issues in different

How to Fix External Drive Blinking But not Working

The external hard drive is not working, but it keeps blinking? Well, users face this issue sometimes. But you don’t have to worry about it. It is possible to fix this issue. Here are a few fixes that you can try out to resolve the problem and make external hard drive work again. Fix 1: Unhide Hidden Devices Go to Start and type msc, and hit Enter In the Device Manager window, choose View and then click on Show hidden devices Click on the + sign to expand all notes Right click on greyed entries and choose Uninstall Now reboot

Booting Computer from a USB Drive

Well, there are lots of reasons you might want to boot or start a computer from a USB device, like an external hard drive or a flash drive. When you boot from a USB device, what you’re actually doing is running your computer with the operating system that’s installed on the USB device. When you start your computer normally, you’re running it with the operating system installed on your internal hard drive – Windows, Linux, etc. If your computer supports booting from USB, you can often choose the device to start up your computer from a menu just after the computer turns on. Basically, the first screen will display a message

Reasons for Not Using the Drive When You Have Deleted Something Important

If files are deleted from your hard drive, don’t come to the conclusion that they are gone forever. They exist on your hard drive even after you delete them from Recycle Bin. Hence, one can easily get them back. That’s why you have to avoid using the drive from which file has to be recovered after deletion. Let’s see what happens when files are deleted from drive…. In Windows OS, pointers keep track of each and every file stored on your drive. These pointers inform the Windows, starting and ending point of the file. When file deletion takes place, Windows

How to Resolve macOS High Sierra Update Errors

If you are trying to find effective solutions to fix macOS High Sierra update stuck or failure error, you are at the right place. If you cannot download or install macOS 10.13 update on your Mac, or macOS 10.13 gets stuck, freezes or fails to install, don’t panic and just simply follow these instructions. macOS High Sierra 10.13 downloaded but won’t install! If you get stuck or fail to install the downloaded macOS 10.13, follow any one of the below tips to fix the issue: Open Launchpad > Delete “Install macOS Sierra” file with a question mark on it Reboot Mac and

Easy Solutions to Tackle Hard Drive Not Showing Up Issue Without Data Loss

Hard drive safety is essential as it holds lots of data. If anything wrong happens with the hard drive, then you will lose data stored on it. Sometimes, you might face issues with hard drive even though you took all necessary precautions to keep your drive safe. In those issues, the most annoying one is the drive is not shown up on the computer. At times, you might come across this issue, where your hard drive not recognized or shown up in the computer due to which you lose access to your hard drive as well as data on it.

Windows 10 Keeps Restarting or Continuously Reboots – Solved

“After upgrading to Windows 10, I tried to restart my computer, but it keeps rebooting. Even, I have turned off my PC by holding the Power button and restarted it. But, still, the problem exists. What can I do now?” Even, you are stuck in similar kind of situation where your Windows 10 keeps restarting.  No worries, this is the very common situation which has faced by many Windows 10 users after upgrading. Hence, here I will show you easy fixes which will help you to get rid of endless reboot loop. Note- Before trying out any of the below-mentioned

Fix – Windows 10 ‘Scanning and Repairing Drive’ Stuck

After Windows 10 update, you might sometimes encounter not so pleasant surprises. One among them is when your system gets stuck at “scanning and repairing drive” C: or D: screen when booting into the system. The scanning never seems to complete and just stops at a certain percentage. So if you try to restart the computer, then you get another “scanning and repairing drive” loop. Scanning and repairing drive on booting happens: If there are bad sectors on the drive You didn’t shut down the computer properly Incorrectly configured drivers Virus infection on the system So when the scanning and

How to Fix the Error SanDisk SD Card Won’t Format in Windows

Having a tiny SD card with your camera or phone is great! But what if your card shows an error stating SD card won’t format Windows? Are the photos and videos stored on that card is gone forever? Well, you are not alone… When I had my digital camera, I suffered from a similar kind of situation. My heart was broken, 4GB of photos in the SanDisk SD card became inaccessible all of a sudden. Luckily, I was able to fix this issue with the help of some simple solutions. My journey was not easy, though. It took lots of