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DNG Compatibility issues with Photoshop and Quick Fix

DNG files are a type of RAW format developed by Adobe. The advantage of DNG files is that they are generic, meaning they can be read by other software unlike other RAW formats and occupy less storage space. However, your Adobe tools such as Photoshop and Photoshop Elements cannot open these RAW files such as DNG directly. They need to be processed before using it with Photoshop. And processing is done through a plugin called Camera Raw. It is a powerful tool that processes the RAW file using camera info and meta-data. This image can then be used with Photoshop

How to Fix “There is a problem with this drive” Error

Everyone wants a smooth functioning of their hard drives and computers. USB drives are among the most often used storage media to transfer data between two systems. There are times when you get an error after inserting your pen drive. This is what the error reads: “There’s a problem with this drive. Scan the drive now and fix it.” One of the reasons for this error is due to improper ejection of your USB drives or other removable media from your system. It is advised to always use the Eject option to unmount USB drive. Let us explore the solutions

Fix Hard Drive Showing 0 Bytes Error in Windows 10/8/7

Hard drives are meant to make our lives easier as far as data access is concerned. With every passing day, technological advancements ensure that we consumers are getting more data on our hard drives at a lower cost than a few years ago. While it is great for everyone involved, these devices do show errors on a few occasions, making it difficult to access data within them. One such error is the drive showing 0 bytes and you are not able to access any data. It is important for you to act quickly and recover all the data present on

How to Fix SMART Hard Disk Error 301

Everyone wants a normal functioning computer. Any error while working on your system seems like the end of the world! It is seldom the case that any system is error-free. One such error which has caused some worry in users has been the SMART Hard disk error 301. Now, what is this error and how to overcome it? When you start your system, you will be greeted with the following error on screen: The above error indicates that your hard drive is failing and you have to take preventive steps like backing up data as soon as possible and replace

Quick Fix for ‘Windows Detected a Hard Disk Problem’

If you are seeing this error, it means that there are issues with your disk. The possible causes and potential solutions are explained in this article. Damaged system files This can occur due to uninstalling a program incompletely or deleting important system data. Improper shutting down of the system due to power loss or any other reason may also cause corruption in system files. This will result in damage to the files that the system needs in order to work properly. Virus attacks Sure, antivirus software removes the malware from your system. But it cannot undo the damage that the

Fixed – “You don’t currently have permission to access this folder” Error

You just upgraded your Operating system from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Once you login to the system, you cannot access all files and folders. When you try to access a particular folder, you are greeted with the error “You don’t currently have permission to access this folder.” It can be extremely annoying especially if your system and you own the admin rights. You cannot rename, delete and access files, folders due to this issue. Reassign folder owner Right-click on the folder and choose Properties. Under Properties tab, click Security. In Security tab, click Advanced Advanced options will show you

How to Fix Invalid Volume Header Error on External Hard Drive

Consider a situation where you connect an external hard drive to your system. When you click on the drive, you are unable to access the contents. You try to check the status of the drive in Disk Utility. Here, you see an error message ‘Invalid volume header error’. You freak out because you have important files stored and no backup available! If you are in such a situation, do not worry. This article explains how you can deal with such errors without data loss. Let us first understand the reasons for this error to occur. Reasons for ‘Invalid volume header

How to Fix “Unknown hard error” on Windows 10

Unknown hard error popup message can occur while playing a game, opening or closing applications, executing any file, automatic Windows updates or doing just about anything on your system. Here is what few people complained about this error – the screen turned black, taskbar froze, desktop icons disappeared. Before you try out any solution to this error, it is important to understand the exact cause – which application is responsible for this error? For example, the unknown hard error could be caused by explorer.exe, sihost.exe, ctfmon.exe or other .exe files. Once you find the culprit behind the issue, you can

Current Pending Sector Count Repair and Data Recovery from HDD

Current Pending Sector Count S.M.A.R.T. parameter is a critical parameter which indicates the current count of unstable sectors on your hard drive. The raw value of this attribute tells us about the number of sectors waiting for remapping. If some of these sectors are read successfully, then the value decreases. If errors are still showing up when reading a sector, the hard drive will try to recover the data, transfer it to the reserved disk area and mark this area as remapped. Note that it is a critical parameter and an increase in this value can lead to driving failure.

Fixed – You Must Initialize the Disk before Logical Disk Manager can Access It

In some cases, when an external hard drive is connected, you may receive an error ‘You must initialize the disk before logical disk manager can access it’. This mainly occurs when the USB device drivers are not installed properly. To resolve the issue, troubleshooting steps are explained in this article. Reinstall USB device Reinstall the device helps resolve the issue in some cases. To reinstall device, follow the steps below. Plug in the USB device Press Windows + X and select Device Manager Expand Universal Serial Bus Controllers Find your device and right click on it Select Uninstall Unplug the