[Solved] How can I Fix Oculus Rift Error “Can’t Reach Oculus Runtime Service”?


Problem: “Can’t reach Oculus Runtime Service” error message indicates that Oculus Rift application unable to access and communicate with Oculus’s core service which usually happens when:

Cause 1: Settings misconfiguration.

Cause 2: Conflicting with other settings.

Cause 3: Software Update running in the background prevents Oculus from reaching the Runtime Service.

Perform following step to fix Oculus Rift error “Can’t Reach Oculus Runtime Service”.

Fix Oculus Rift Can't Reach Oculus Runtime Service Error
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[Solved] How to Fix Error Plugin Container for Firefox has stopped working


Problem: How can I fix FireFox error “Plugin Container for Firefox has stopped working”? Plugin Container or plugin-container.exe for Firefox is the feature to avoid crashes caused by plugins. Perform following steps to fix Plugin Container for Firefox has stopped working problem.

Plugin Container for Firefox has stopped working
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[Solved] How Do I Fix DHCP Error “Unable to Contact DHCP Server”?


Question: How Do I Fix Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Error “An error occurred while renewing interface Ethernet: Unable to Contact DHCP Server. Request has timed out.” when try to lease, release or renew IP Address using ipconfig /renew command?

DHCP Error
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[Solved] “An application is requesting access to a protected item” Error Message


Question: How to solve the problem of “An application is requesting access to a protected item” error message prompting when using Windows with AVG or Avast antivirus when trying to launch an app such as web browser? Follow below method to resolve this error message.

An application is requesting access to a protected item Error
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[Solved] Restart Windows Explorer.exe to Fix Windows Unresponsive Problem


Question: How to solve the problem of Windows Explorer (Explorer.exe) has stopped working or unresponsive?

Windows Explorer also known as Windows Shell which is the graphical user interface (GUI) that renders the Taskbar, Start Menu, System Tray, Windows Explorer file manager, desktop icons, task switcher and other elements.

Problem: When Windows Explorer becomes unresponsive and freezes, it’s often necessary to reboot the computer. You can often fix the problem without waiting for full restart. Instead, you can usually just restart the Windows Explorer to clear up the issue. There are different methods to restart Windows Explorer by Automatic and Manual.
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[Solved] How to Reset Administrator Password in Windows Server 2008 R2 and 2012 R2


To reset the Administrator password on Windows Server 2012 R2, perform the following steps:

Step 1: Boot from Microsoft Windows Server 2012 installation DVD / ISO Image.

Step 2: From Windows Setup menu, click Next > Repair your computer > Troubleshoot > Command Prompt.

Step 3: Run following commands:
d:
cd windows\system32
ren Utilman.exe Utilman.exe.old
copy cmd.exe Utilman.exe

Step 4: Close command prompt and click Continue.

Step 5: After server reboot and present the logon screen, click Windows Key + U to open command prompt.

Step 6: Type following command:
net user administrator Password123
This will set the Administrator password to Password123 (case sensitive).

Cleanup Steps:

Step 1: Restart server and boot from Microsoft Windows Server 2012 installation DVD / ISO Image.

Step 2: From the Windows Setup menu, click Next > Repair your computer > Troubleshoot > Command Prompt.

Step 3: Run following commands:
d:
cd windows\system32
ren utilman.exe utilman.exe.new
copy utilman.exe.old utilman.exe

Step 4: Close the command prompt and click Continue.

To reset the Administrator password on Windows Server 2008 R2, perform the following steps:

Step 1: Boot from Microsoft Windows Server 2008 installation DVD / ISO Image.

Step 2: From the Install Windows menu, click Next > Repair your computer.

Step 3: In the System Recovery Options, select the Operating System instance that you wish to repair and click Next > Command Prompt.

Step 4: Run following commands:
c:
cd windows\system32
ren Utilman.exe Utilman.exe.old
copy cmd.exe Utilman.exe

Step 5: After server reboot and present the logon screen, press Windows Key + U to open command prompt.

Step 6: Enter following command:
net user administrator Password12
This will set the Administrator password to Password12 (case sensitive).

Cleanup Steps:

Step 1: Delete the newly created Utilman.exe from C:\Windows\System32.

Step 2: Rename Utilman.exe.old back to Utilman.exe.

Alternative: Offline NT Password & Registry Editor

How to Access Unavailable 404 HTTP Error Webpage using Google Cached Page


Problem: When open specific URL in browser, the html page show 404 http error due website is down or specific page has been deleted, you can access to the information you were looking for via cached page.

Solution: Add cache: in front of the URL and Google’s cached copy will open instantly, provided Google is set as the default search engine.

Google Cached Page

[Solved] Unable to Open Windows 10 Control Panel


Problem: There are a lot of users complaining about not being able to open the control panel, control panel will close immediately after few seconds.
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[Solved] BSOD with Error ACPI_BIOS_FATAL_ERROR


Problem: BSOD with error ACPI_BIOS_FATAL_ERROR may caused by problem with booting the operating system from hard drive or Windows was not installed properly or problem with CMOS battery present in motherboard.

Fix Resolved BSOD ACPI_BIOS_ERROR

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[Solved] How to Clear DNS Cache to Fix HTML 404 Error


Problem: DNS cache stores the IP addresses of web servers that contain recently viewed web pages. If you encounter lot of HTML 404 error codes due to location of the web server changes before the entry in DNS cache updates, remove old and inaccurate DNS information that may result in 404 errors by using below method, computer will query nameservers for the new DNS information after clearing DNS cache.
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[Solved] No Bootable Device Insert Boot Disk and Press Any Key Error


Problem: Unable to bootup laptop, show “No Bootable Device — Insert Boot Disk and Press Any Key” error.

No Bootable Device Insert Boot Disk and Press Any Key Error
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