Tag Archives: Troubleshooting

Hard Drive from Linux (Disable Hybrid Shutdown)

On dual-boot computers, Linux computers are usually able to see and have write access to the Windows hard drive. This is useful for transferring files between the operating systems. With Windows 8 and 8.1, Windows added a quick boot feature … Continue reading

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Windows 8 to 8.1 upgrade but updates not downloading

To upgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1, you need to install all of the Windows 8 updates before you can install Windows 8.1 from the Windows Store. Two ways to install updates Update Center Move your mouse to the … Continue reading

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OwnCloud, 403 Forbidden, and Shared Folder

403 Forbidden. That is a webserver’s way of telling someone does not have permission to a file or folder they are trying accessing. When I saw this in an OwnCloud desktop sync client, I was confused because the user should … Continue reading

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GPG error with public key

When I would run sudo apt-get update I would get and error that made using apt-get useless: Fetched 164 kB in 7s (20.9 kB/s)  Reading package lists… Done W: GPG error: http://download.opensuse.org Release: The following signatures couldn’t be verified because … Continue reading

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Google Voice not forwarding calls on TMobile phones

I hit an issue when setting up Google Voice on my phone that looks to be a common problem among T-Mobile users. During the Google Voice App install, the phone errors and says that it cannot change the call forwarding … Continue reading

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Remove encrpytion on an Android internal SD card

This problem seems to be a big problem but finding the answer was rather hard and frustrating. So, if you encrypted your Android phone, depending on the phone and ROM, you might have found out that you cannot decrypt it … Continue reading

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