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replied the topic This computer suddenly freezed created by selcinor

This document contains recommendations on what to do if the computer freezes or deadlocks. If your computer has stopped responding, follow the steps below to attempt to get the computer to unfreeze.
Tip: Some programs have an AutoSave feature. If you were editing a document at the time of the lockup, you might be able to recover a recent version of the document after rebooting. If your program does not have an AutoSave feature or the ability to recover a recent version of a document, you may lose all unsaved work due to a freeze or deadlock. It is important to save your work often to minimize or prevent this possibility.
Note: If only your mouse is frozen and not working, see our page on mouse not being detected or working in Windows
.
Give the computer some time
Wait. Give the computer a few minutes to process. Sometimes a computer may appear to be frozen, but it is just slow or busy processing a complex task.

https://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000700.htm

266 days ago
replied the topic The first computer was invented in what year? created by Flyshield

There is no easyanswer to this question due to the many different classifications ofcomputers. The first mechanical computer, created byCharles Babbagein1822, doesn't really resemble what most would consider a computer today. Therefore, this document has been created with a listing of each of the computer firsts,starting with theDifference Engine and leading up to the computers we use today.Note:Early inventions which helped lead up to the computer, such as theabacus,calculator, and tablet machines, are not accounted for in this document.The word"computer" was first usedThe word"computer" was first recorded as being used in1613and originally was used to describe a human who performed calculations or computations. The definition of a computer remained the same until the end of the 19th century, when the industrial revolution gave rise to machines whose primary purpose was calculating.First mechanicalcomputer or automatic computing engine conceptIn1822,Charles Babbageconceptualized and began developing theDifference Engine, considered to be the first automatic computing machine. The Difference Engine was capable of computing several sets of numbers and makinghard copiesof the results. Babbage received some help with development of the Difference Engine fromAda Lovelace, considered by many to be the first computer programmer for her work and notes on the Difference Engine. Unfortunately, because of funding, Babbage was never able to complete a full-scale functional version of this machine. In June of1991, the London Science Museum completed the Difference Engine No 2 for the bicentennial year of Babbage's birth and later completed the printing mechanism in 2000.In1837, Charles Babbage proposed the first general mechanical computer, theAnalytical Engine. The Analytical Engine containedanArithmetic Logic Unit (ALU), basicflow control,punch cards(inspired by theJacquard Loom), and integratedmemoryand is the first general-purpose computer concept. Unfortunately, because of funding issues, this computer was also never built while Charles Babbagewas alive. In1910, Henry Babbage, Charles Babbage's youngest son, was able to complete a portion of this machine and was able to perform basic calculations.

269 days ago
replied the topic Did you know an event created by mazeal

Aravi, the page you submitted cannot be found ,
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270 days ago
replied the topic Did you know an event created by mazeal

ag346 what did you mean by someone's homework.

270 days ago
replied the topic Network troubles with Windows and Linux created by magali_demorangies

There can be problems with wireless
internet (most common) and with wired
internet (rather rarely). First I'll describe
how to deal with the wireless category, and
then I'll describe a solution for the wired
category.
Wireless internet problems fall into two
subcategories: either you have no
connection at all, or you have a flaky weak
connection. I've described below how you
might be able to solve both problems.

1. Below you'll find a roadmap that you can
apply item after item, in order to get your
wireless network card working. Which will
succeed in most cases.
For the sake of clarity: only apply the
roadmap as far as is necessary to get your
wireless card to function properly. Most
people don't need to apply all of the items.
Realtek chipset: install a driver
1.1. In case you have a Realtek wireless
chipset that doesn't work at all, that chipset
probably needs a driver. You can install a
driver like this.
Broadcom chipset: install the driver
1.2. When you have a Broadcom wireless
card, you have to install a restricted non-
free driver: the bcmwl-kernel-source . In
most cases, that's the best driver.
In order to install it, launch Driver Manager
(Linux Mint) or Software & Updates, tab
Additional Drivers (Ubuntu). You need
internet connection for using those, so first
establish a temporary internet connection
by ethernet cable or by another wireless
dongle.
However, in a few cases this driver isn't
adequate. Then try if it helps, when you
disable Bluetooth. If disabling Bluetooth
doesn't do the job either, then this is how
you can install another driver:
a. First, establish a temporary internet
connection by ethernet cable; in other
words a wired connection.
Launch a terminal window.
(You can launch a terminal window like
this: *Click* )

https://sites.google.com/site/easylinuxtipsproject/internet

272 days ago
replied the topic How to send big attachment on email created by selcinor

All e-mail service providers have different attachment limits. Below is some of the top e-mail providers and their e-mail attachment limits.
Note: These limits are the receiving attachment limit sizes. If you are using an e-mail service such as Gmail and you are sending a large attachment to someone on a small ISP their attachment size allowed may be much smaller.
E-mail Provider
Attachment limit
AOL
25MB
Hotmail
10MB
Gmail
25MB
GoDaddy
20MB
Mail.com
50MB
Outlook.com
10MB
Yahoo Mail
25MB
Zoho Mail
12MB
What happens when I send an attachment that is too big?
If you send an attachment that is too big, you may receive a bounce back from the e-mail service with one of the following errors.
Note: It is also possible that an e-mail service may drop the e-mail, which means your recipient will not receive the e-mail and you'll not be notified.
Too big of attachment e-mail errors
552: Message size exceeds maximum permitted.
Attachment size exceeds the allowable limit.
System Undeliverable, message size exceeds outgoing message size limit.
The size of the message you are trying to send exceeds the global size limit of the server. The message was not sent; reduce the message size and try again.

273 days ago
replied the topic Why DDos on some website created by Flyshield

A 65Gbps DDoS is a big attack, easily in the
top 5% of the biggest attacks we see. The
graph below shows the volume of the attack
hitting our EU data centers (the green line
represents inbound traffic). When an attack
is 65Gbps that means every second 65
Gigabits of data is sent to our network.
That's the equivalent data volume of
watching 3,400 HD TV channels all at the
same time. It's a ton of data. Most network
connections are measured in 100Mbps,
1Gbps or 10Gbps so attacks like this would
quickly saturate even a large Internet
connection.
At CloudFlare, an attack needs to get over
about 5Gbps to set off alarms with our ops
team. Even then, our automated network
defenses usually stop attacks without the
need of any manual intervention. When an
attack gets up in the tens of Gigabits of data
per second, our ops team starts monitoring
the attack: applying filters and shifting
traffic to ensure the attacked customer's
site stays online and none of the rest of our
network is affected.
So You Want to Launch a
DDoS
So how does an attacker generate 65Gbps of
traffic? It is highly unlikely that the attacker
has a single machine with a big enough
Internet connection to generate that much
traffic on its own. One way to generate that
much traffic is through a botnet. A botnet is
a collection of PCs that have been
compromised with a virus and can be
controlled by what is known as a botnet
herder.
Botnet herders will often rent out access to
their botnets, often billing in 15 minute
increments (just like lawyers). Rental prices
depend on the size of the botnets.
Traditionally, email spammers purchased
time on botnets in order to send their
messages to appear to come from a large
number of sources. As email spam has
become less profitable with the rise of
better spam filters, botnet herders have
increasingly turned to renting out their
networks of compromised machines to
attackers wanting to launch a DDoS attack.
To launch a 65Gbps attack, you'd need a
botnet with at least 65,000 compromised
machines each capable of sending 1Mbps of
upstream data. Given that many of these
compromised computers are in the
developing world where connections are
slower, and many of the machines that make
up part of a botnet may not be online at any
given time, the actual size of the botnet
necessary to launch that attack would likely
need to be at least 10x that size. While by
no means unheard of, that's a large botnet
and using all its resources to launch a DDoS
risks ISPs detecting many of the
compromised machines and taking them
offline.


https://blog.cloudflare.com/65gbps-ddos-no-problem/

275 days ago
replied the topic Why DDos on some website created by Flyshield


YOU SEE THEM mentioned in the news all
the time. DoS and DDoS attacks are on the
rise, and they are getting more sophisticated
and intense every year. The US government
accused Iran of conducting a prolonged
series of DDoS against the web sites of Bank
of America and other financial institutions,
presumably as retaliation for economic
sanctions levied against Iran for its nuclear
program. Recently DDoS attacks by
extortionists have targeted banks in Greece
and Sweden. So what are DoS and DDoS
attacks?

https://www.wired.com/2016/01/hacker-lexicon-what-are-dos-and-ddos-attacks/

275 days ago
replied the topic What make people here take long days to best the answer, created by Flyshield

IT TOOK ME NO TIME TO BEST THE ANSWER IF I GOT SATIAFY ANSWER EVEN WITHIN AN HOUR.
KINDLY REGARDS.

276 days ago
replied the topic Please euask, bring back all the impacting program. created by selcinor

You can ask your question, even if it's not about computer and internet surely someone will answer you and you may asign some token point from you account over there. that is my opinion I don't know if euask will agree with it. @ selcinor

278 days ago
replied the topic Please euask, bring back all the impacting program. created by selcinor

You can ask your question, even if it's not about computer and internet surely someone will answer you and you may asign some token point from you account over there. that is my opinion I don't know if euask will agree with it. @ selcinor

278 days ago
replied the topic Please euask, bring back all the impacting program. created by selcinor

You can ask your question, even if it's not about computer and internet surely someone will answer you and you may asign some token point from you account over there. that is my opinion I don't know if euask will agree with it. @ selcinor

278 days ago
replied the topic How to clean and secure my browser created by Flyshield

If you’re getting redirected from Google or
seeing pop-up ads, unwanted toolbars, or
strange Google search results, your
computer may have malware . Malware is
software designed to damage and take
control of your computer.
Signs you might have malware
If you have malware on your computer, you
may see these symptoms:
Pop-up ads
Unwanted toolbars
Inappropriate Google search results
or ads
Being redirected from a site you’re
trying to visit, like your homepage or
Google
Seeing a search engine that looks like
Google, but with an unfamiliar URL
or logo
Getting results from the wrong
search engine
Remove malware from your computer or
browser
1. Check your computer for programs
you don’t recognize, and uninstall
them.
Windows 8
Windows 7
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Some examples of programs to uninstall:
BrowserProtect
Desk 365
Dosearches Browser Protector
DProtect
eSave Security Control
Extended Protection
Nation Zoom browser protection
New Tabs Uninstall
Omiga plus
Wysys Control
2. If you’re using Chrome or Firefox, use the
browser reset feature to undo the changes
you see and get your settings back to
normal.
3. If you’re using another browser, use
antivirus software to detect and remove
malware from your computer.
4. If the steps above didn’t fix the issue,
create a post in the Google Search Forum
about your issue. In your post, mention
what troubleshooting steps you’ve already
done.
Prevent your computer from getting
malware in the future
Tip 1: Keep your browser and operating
system up to date.
Most operating systems will let you know
you when it’s time to upgrade – don’t ignore
these messages. Old versions of software can
sometimes have security problems that
criminals can use to easily get to your data.
Google’s Chrome browser automatically
updates to the latest version every time you
start it up, so you can get the most up-to-
date security protection without any extra
work.
Tip 2: Keep an eye on what you click and
download.
Without meaning to, you may click a link
that installs malware on your computer. To
keep your computer safe, only click links
and downloads from sites that you trust.
Don’t open any unknown file types, or
download programs from pop-ups that
appear in your browser.
Also pay attention to the fine print details
and any auto-checked checkboxes when
downloading. Make sure that you understand
what programs are being installed.

279 days ago
replied the topic Change UPS battery or buy a new one? created by KeThomas91

Not much more to add here except, I
would buy a UPS which does battery
tests and will give you a visual
indication on the health of the battery.
I know some APC consumer grade UPS'
will do this. The current 1500VA units I
have are showing battery faults but are
still able to keep the networking gear I
have plugged in up and running
through the power blips I have had.
Fortunately, I only need the UPS' to
keep things powered up long enough for
my back up generator to go online.
I've bought some other units like a
Cyberpower and a Belkin. The
Cyberpower never worked. When I had
an outage, it didn't even keep things
running at all. It was maybe 2 years old
at the time. I got an RMA for it but
never shipped it back as didn't feel like
paying the shipping costs. The Belkin
gave me backup power for a couple of
outages before it gave up. To be fair,
I've had APC units fail too but they did
provide useful backup power for
multiple outages over the years. I've
had a 300VA, 900VA, and some older
1500VA units.
I don't remember how old the current
APC 1500VA units are. I think they're
maybe 4 or 5 years old. But I started
getting battery alerts for the past couple
of years which I've sort of ignored.
Other than the circuitry itself, I wonder
if the consumer grade stuff just don't
have the same quality charging
components and battery monitoring that
the business grade stuff has. I moved to
business grade UPS' when I found out
before a major power outage before I
had my backup generator that the APC
stuff I bought wasn't robust enough to
keep the servers I have up and running
long enough for me to shut them down
gracefully. Since then, I've gone to a
3000VA unit and now have a 6000VA
unit.

292 days ago
replied the topic Keyboard keys not working any suggestion created by marketsgolabl

you have enough information just try it one by one.

294 days ago
replied the topic Which of the wisecleaner prize you like to bid for created by selcinor

either 10 or 5$ is ok, doing that in a short time interfere accumulates to some you can use fast on payment.

327 days ago
replied the topic Windows Installer dosn't run - Windows Vista created by mauriziocolleoni

get calm I just finish such encounter yesterday, my cpu not install window, I try all my best so far all the idea not working then I off the system and abandon it for more than two weak, yesterday I just want to check in fact am so fortunate everything work perfectly and install all the needed application. so sometime CPU need some rest after some days it will work as if its never work before.

328 days ago
replied the topic What is the next step created by selcinor

Next step is just a focus, plan, courage, perserverance and implimentation on all your wish for good. this is what I will do tomorrow start it today success is near.

328 days ago
replied the topic Where are you From??? created by AAA1992

I am a Yorubaman from Lagos ,the most peaceful tribe in Nigeria.

328 days ago
replied the topic Interfering ex wife. created by Shaney

Maybe she still love you, and probably you are weak in front of her, you don't need to harsh on her if she is a threat to life, if she has kids don't abadon her, do your responsibilty on the kids, if you don't love her again let her know but not harsh on her, so that she won't turn to something else or become a threat to your life, woman are delicate being which need to care about if though you don't need her again, just do it in a peaceful manner and tell to go and marry another man if she like to, and you can follow this path. shalom

328 days ago
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