Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Import .NK2 files into Outlook 2010

To import .nk2 files into Outlook 2010, follow these steps:
  1. Make sure that the .nk2 file is in the following folder:
    %appdata%\Microsoft\Outlook
    Note The .nk2 file must have the same name as your current Outlook 2010 profile. By default, the profile name is "Outlook." To check the profile name, follow these steps:
    1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
    2. Double-click Mail.
    3. In the Mail Setup dialog box, click Show Profiles.
  2. Click Start, and then click Run.
  3. In the Open box, type outlook.exe /importnk2, and then click OK. This should import the .nk2 file into the Outlook 2010 profile.

    Note After you import the .nk2 file, the contents of the file are merged into the existing nickname cache that is currently stored in your mailbox.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Windows8 Shortcut keys

Windows8 Shortcut keys

  • Win : switch between the Start screen and the last-running Windows 8 app
  • Win + C : displays the Charms: the Settings, Devices, Share and Search options
  • Win + D : launches the desktop
  • Win + E : launches Explorer
  • Win + F : opens the File Search pane
  • Win + H : opens the Share pane
  • Win + I : opens Settings
  • Win + K : opens the Devices pane
  • Win + L : locks your PC
  • Win + M : minimises the current Explorer or Internet Explorer window (works in the full-screen IE, too)
  • Win + O : toggles device orientation lock on and off
  • Win + P : switch your display to a second display or projector
  • Win + Q : open the App Search pane
  • Win + R : opens the Run box
  • Win + U : open the Ease of Access Centre
  • Win + V : cycle through notifications
  • Win + W : search your system settings (type POWER for links to all power-related options, say)
  • Win + X : displays a text menu of useful Windows tools and applets
  • Win + Z : displays the right-click context menu when in a full-screen app
  • Win + + : launch Magnifier and zoom in
  • Win - - : zoom out

How to remove “ this copy of Microsoft office is not Genuine”

How to remove “ this copy of Microsoft office is not Genuine”

Remove OGA Office Not Genuine Notifications (Uninstall KB949810)


How to remove “ this copy of Microsoft office is not Genuine”

Office Genuine Advantage Notifications (OGA KB949810) automatically. Once installed KB949810 verifies your product key number and if it finds the product key number illegal or pirated, it will start showing a “This copy of Microsoft Office is not genuine“ notification in your system tray area along with at splash screen whenever you try using Office programs.

OGA crack was a rumor and we are yet to see any KB949810 crack working. But we can manually uninstall this KB949810 update to get rid of these notifications. Do note that this update can’t be removed from ‘Add or Remove Programs’ interface as it does not show up there. But you can follow the below working tricks to disable and remove Office not genuine notifications from system tray and MS office programs interface.



Disable OGA Notification : Hack – 1
We can remove OGA notification by disabling OGAAddin.dll from loading when we start Office applications. OGAAddin.dll file shows the notification and removing this will stop such notifications from appearing. This below hack will make Windows think that KB949810 is properly installed and it will not prompt you for further installation.
1.Go to Start >> Run >> Type regedit in the box and hit Enter
2.This will open Registry Editor window, press Ctrl+F to open search box
3.Type OGAAddin.connect in the serach box to find this registry key
4.Once found, Right click on Load behaviour and select Modify option
5.Edit and change the value from 3 to 0
6.Repeat this process for each and every instances of OGAAddin.connect key
7.You are done.

Disable OGA Notification – Hack 2
This hack will completely remove OGAAddin.connect registry key from system registry and the OGA notifications will be automatically removed. However the system might ask you to install this update using Windows Live Update again.
1.Go to Start >> Run >> Type regedit in the box and hit Enter
2.Navigate to the following key paths and remove these registry keys completely from your system. You might find any other key which contains OGAAddin.connect registry value, remember to remove all of them.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Word\ Addins
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Excel \Addins
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Power point\Addins
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Outlo ok\Addins
3.Delete the OGAAddin.connect registry value from above paths
4.You are done.

Disable OGA Notifications – Hack – 3
This hack will remove OGAAddin from within MS Office applications, but you need to sign into any user profile on your computer with administrative access.
1.Navigate to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12 (address might differ depending on your Office version and installation drive) >> Right click on any office applications such as inword.exe, excel.exe, powerpnt.exe etc and choose Run as Administrator option
2.Head to Options (at the bottom of the menu) >> Add-Ins
3.Select COM Add-ins under Manage drop down list >> Hit Go
4.Disable or remove OGAAddin
5.Follow the above process to remove OGAAddin from each and every office application
6.You are done.

Disable OGA Notifications – Hack – 4
We can completely disable OGA or KB949810 notifications by uninstalling KB949810 OGA Notification via OGANotifier.msi and this will stop and remove all OGA notifications.
1.Navigate to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\8998da55d 52b36c0e98ba016ddd50de0\ folder (Assuming C:\ as your installation folder)
2.Extract OGANotifier.cab using WinRAR to find a file named as OGANotifier.msi
3.Right click on OGANotifier.msi >> select Uninstall
4.Block automatic update installation to avoid further installation
5.You are done.

Disable OGA Notification – Hack – 5
Microsoft does not allow people to uninstall OGA notifications, but you can easily delete and remove OGA components from your system manually. In this way, they will be automatically go inactive and you won’t see those boring “This copy of Microsoft Office is not genuine” notifications again.
1.Close all Office applications first
2.Navigate to C:\Wndows\System32 or C:\Windows\SysWow64 folder and delete the following files
OGAVerify.exe
OGAAddin.dll
3.You are done.
You can follow any of above 5 tricks to uninstall, remove or disable Office Genuine Advantage notifications (OGA or KB646810 notifications).

Hp Printer Showing Offline

Hp Printer Showing Offline

Go to Printer properties from control panel. then goto ports. Click configure port. and remove the tick mark for SNMP shown at the bottom.

Setup FTP server with windows XP


Do port forwarding in your Router (port 21)

First you have to install the IIS program located on the XP cd. Go to control panel and select ad/remove programs. then go to add/remove windows components. install the File Transfer Protocol option under the Internet Services. After installation..go to control panel...administrative tools..click on the internet services icon. there you go...

Excel File not opening when you double click

Excel File not opening when you double click

1. Tools>Options>General Uncheck "ignore other applications"
2. Start --> Run---> type "excel /unregserver" (minus the quotation marks.) -->OK
3. Start --> Run---> type "excel /regserver" (minus the quotation marks.) -->OK