I have created this blog to place some of important things on it for my personal use and also to help others. Now a days I am doing job as Software Engineer in a company. I have completed my graduation in Computer Science from University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Pakistan.
Problem: Some time network printers are not accessed from your computer. While they are accessed from other network clients.
Cause: Your computer is actually not accessing the network computer through which the printer is attached.
Solution: Access that remote computer first by following these steps: 1) Click on My Network Places Icon displayed on your desktop. 2) Double click on Entire Network Icon 3) Double click on Microsoft Windows Network Icon 4) Double Click on your network icon 5) Double click on that network computer withwhom printer is attached 6) Enter Username and password and press ok button
You can now access the printer which you were desired to access a few seconds ago.
Some times our USB drive is loaded but its icon is not displayed? What to do in this case?
Cause: This problem occurs when your drive letters are conflicting. Windows does not show the message either it load the USB drive and the drive with the same letter also work fine. Solution: Go to CONTROL PANEL -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management -> Storage -> Disk Management. Inside it you can see your USB drive. Right click on it and choose "change drive letter and path" from the popup menu. In this you will see an edit button. Click on edit button. Change the drive letter and click ok button and exit from the menu.
You will see the drive in your My Computer and also in Windows Explorer now.
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