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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Solved : Reset family setting on xbox 360 slim

Go to the system info screen under console settings. Hit Left trigger, Right trigger, x, y, Left bumper, Right bumper, up, left bumper, left bumper, X.

It will come up asking if you want to reset to factory defaults.

OK go to your dashboard and go to system look for initial setup and click there the thing is though you will lose everything download content music movies etc...


This is the solution that worked for me. If it does not for you then please add your solution in comment.

-Dharti Patel

Monday, May 2, 2011

Solved :intranet +access wamp based site +error 403

The solution was simple but, took me a while to figure it out.


1. go to C:\wamp\www
2. rename this file .htaccess or htaccess to htaccess.bak

that's it now you should be able to access webpages on your intranet.

This solution may not be safe. I will update this once i find a better one.

- Mihir Patel

Solved : Cannot find Joomla XML setup file

If you get the following message while installation of Phoca Gallery: JInstaller: :Install: Cannot find Joomla XML setup file,
then it seems like your server has a limitation in that it can only
extract or create archives with less files than your OS's file handle
limit. Phoca Gallery is large component which includes more files than
your server is able to unpack (due to the limitation). In such case,
please upload extracted files to your server, to e.g. folder: tmp/phocagallery and use Joomla's Install from Directory feature.

1) Create a folder inside tmp folder in your Joomla! root: tmp/phocagallery (with help of FTP client or some file manager).

2) Extract Phoca Gallery Installation ZIP file on your PC and copy all the files (with help of FTP) to your server, to tmp/phocagallery folder.

3) In your Joomla! administration, navigate to Extensions - Extension Manager - Install. Set the right path in form field: Install Directory (in Install from Directory area). E.g. to /your-path/your-joomla/tmp/phocagallery

4) Click on Install. After installation, don't forget to remove the files in folder tmp/phocagallery (include phocagallery folder).


Phoca - Install from Directory



Sunday, May 1, 2011

Tortoise SVN + Beyond Compare integration

"C:\Program Files\Beyond Compare 3\BComp.exe" %base %mine /title1=%bname /title2=%yname /leftreadonly

Merge (v3 Pro):
"C:\Program Files\Beyond Compare 3\BComp.exe" %mine %theirs %base %merged /title1=%yname /title2=%tname /title3=%bname /title4=%mname

Merge (v3 Std):
"C:\Program Files\Beyond Compare 3\BComp.exe" %mine %theirs /mergeoutput=%merged

How to Add Custom Alarm Ringtones in Android

android-default alarm ringtoneIf you are a proud owner of an Android phone and also a heavyalarm clock user, you will know that the default alarm clock app in Android phone does not provides you with lot of options, especially the ringtone. If you are looking to choose from a wide range of songs/ringtones that you are going to wake up with, you are going to be disappointed. There are effectively only one option (another is silent mode) and that is the irritating buzzer alarm.
Luckily, it is very easy to add custom ringtones to your alarm clock, so you don’t have to wake up with the irritating buzzer alarm.

1. First connect your Android phone to the computer, via USB cable.
2. Mount your phone’s SD card to the computer.
3. Create a new folder call “alarms” (without the quotes) in the main directory of the SD card.
4. Copy all your favorite alarm clock ringtones to the folder.
5. Unmount the card.
6. Start the alarm clock app. You should now see your favorite ringtone in the selection field.
The same trick can also apply to the call ringtone and notification tone. Simply create two folders, “ringtones” and “notifications” and place the songs in them. They will appear in the respective settings of your phone.

How to Add Custom Alarm Ringtones in HTC (Android)

1. Connect your phone to PC in Disk drive mode.
2. Your phone’s SD card is mounted as a drive on your computer.
3. On sd card go to media > audio > notifications and then put the music files in this folder.
4. Disconnect your phone from PC. So, your phone can access SD Card.
5. Go to Settings > Sound > Phone ringtone > (name of the files you copied will show here, select it)

- Mihir Patel