Have you ever receive the following message when you plug your USB 3.0 drive into your computer?
This USB Mass Storage Device can transfer information faster if you connect it to a Super-Speed USB 3.0 port.
I’ve been facing this issue since Windows 8. The USB 3.0 just won’t work in Windows 8 and 10. I’ve tried many methods such as uninstalling the USB drivers, unplug and replug the USB drive, etc and none of it fix the issue. And I finally found the culprit! Read on for more details.
You can actually assign a static IP for your computer using DHCP. Most router will support this feature. But there are many terms for it. For example, TP-Link router call this feature “DHCP Address Reservation”. Unfortunately, my router provided by Maxis is a Technicolor TG784n v3 (also commonly known as the Thomson router) which uses a custom interface. None of the settings name make sense to a technical guy like me.
In this guide, I’ll show you on how to set it in the TG784n v3 router.
If you are using an Xperia phone, you might receive the notification above (Transfer data to SD card)when your internal storage is 75% is full. This notification will always show up unless the internal storage is freed up. There is no direct way to disable or turn off this notification. In this guide, I’ll show you how to disable it.
SQL Server – Access Denied
When you try to attach a SQl Server database (MDF file), you might face this “Access is denied” error. One of the example is the AdventureWorks sample database.
To bypass this error, all you need to do is to launch the SQL Server Management Studio in Administrator mode. The steps:-
SQL Server – Administrator Mode
- Locate the SQL Server Management Studio shortcut.
- Right click on the shortcut and select “Run as administrator”.
- You should be able to attach the database now!
Recently I installed Windows 8 for my new PC. But for some reason, I only manage to install it with the UK keyboard layout. The UK layout is different from the “standard” layout that I normally use. So, here is a guide on how to add/change keyboard layout in Windows 8.
1. Hover your mouse pointer to the top right corner to bring out the “charm” and select the search charm.
Charm Bar and Search Charm
2. Type in “Add Language” in the search box. Then select “Settings” on the right. Click the “Add Language” result.
Search add language in the Search Charm
3. Click on the “Options” hyperlink.
Click the Options Hyperlink
4. Click on the “Add an Input Method” hyperlink.
Click “Add an Input Method”
5. Select the keyboard layout that you want and then click “Add”.
Select keyboard layout and click Add
6. That’s all!