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Title : Allied.
Director : Robert Zemeckis
Release : November 17, 2016
Language : en.
Runtime : 124 min
Genre : Action, War, Drama, Romance, Thriller.

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Install an SSD in your Dell Optiplex 745, 755, 760, 780 minitower

I’ve been blown away by the performance improvements that SSDs make, even in older computers. The desktops that I sold for years was the minitower version of the Dell Optiplex 745, 755, 760 and 780. Since the hard drive bracket in those models is made for a 3.5 inch hard drive, SSDs don’t fit. I tried a few of the popular 3.5 to 2.5 inch adapters, but they didn’t work (as shown in this good blog post).

I finally found an adapter that does the job, not perfectly, but it’s not bad. It is a Mushkin 2.5″ to 3.5″ SSD adapter (Amazon link).

Install it in the adapter this like this and it pops into the Dell hard drive caddy (it only fits with two of the four holes, but it is relatively secure), then stick it in the case and you are ready to fly!

[SOLUTION] Konica Minolta bizhub C353 SMB networking

I have an office that has a Konica Minolta bizhub C353 copier that they have used for scanning. At the initial installation, the company that sold the copier entered IP addresses of the computers to direct the scanned documents, which has the bad user experience in which users must login to the copier to edit their IP address as it changes. I called them in last year to figure out how to get SMB networking working so that the user never has to change their information in the copier. They failed, but I finally did figure it out with the help of a PDF I found on a UK website that is now gone.

The solution is to put the computer’s name in capital letters. It doesn’t make sense, but it works. Here is a screenshot of what worked:

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The path for another computer to access the scans folder is \\front\scans and I have it in the Public Documents folder, which will share will anyone.

Please note, this is not the full instructions, but for IT professionals.

If this works on another model, please put the model number in the comments below.

Malware that uses a modified OMSMAIN.DLL file

I just cleaned a computer that had Internet Explorer 8 hijacked and redirecting when you would click on a Google result. The file was called QFFAKLK.DLL (probably random) and was in c:\users\username\appdata\local\updater21804\coupon companion plugin folder. In the Details tab of the file, it shows version 12.0.6550.5000 of OMSMAIN.DLL, file description is “Microsoft Outlook Mobile Service.”

It was the registry about five times in various Run locations and was hooked into about 14 processes.

The computer is protected by Symantec Endpoint Protection and I double-checked with MalwareBytes’ Anti-Malware, HitmanPro and even VirusTotal. NONE of them saw any problem with the file. (VirusTotal actually saw the file as OMSMAIN.DLL and not QFFAKLK.DLL.)

I removed all references in the registry to the file, restarted and was able to delete the folder and file. There was no more redirect problems. Thankfully it didn’t have very good counter measures.

[SOLUTION] Dell Inspiron 1750 black screen (dim/dark) & 1545

I had a customer that broke the screen of their Dell Inspiron 1750 laptop. I had my laptop repair expert replace the screen (which is an LED screen with no separate backlight or inverter), but the screen was dim/dark/black as if the backlight was out on an LCD screen. He put the new screen in another laptop and it worked fine. We replaced the cable, but had the same problem.

I stumbled upon a website (sorry, I don’t know which, but here is one I just found that does have some good info about the Dell Inspiron 1545) that mentioned this model has a fuse on the motherboard. Also, if we were paying close attention, next to the video connector it says “F1=3A/32V”. That is referring to the fuse! It is here:

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You can short the two ends of that fuse to test to see if that’s the problem (paper clip, wire, etc.). He ended up crafting a little bridge with a solder gun and it is working great! I’m not sure what the fuse blew for (maybe when the screen cracked), so hopefully there isn’t a problem in the future..

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HP HDX16 won’t boot; blinking lights (NK133AV)

I got in an HP HDX16 laptop from a customer that wouldn’t turn on at all. The hard drive light would blink orange and the CAPS LOCK and NUM LOCK lights would continually flash. (It would do that for a few seconds, turn off, then stay on with the blinking lights continually actually.) Removing the hard drive, DVD drive and RAM didn’t help. I took out the hard drive and successfully copied over 100GB of data, so that wasn’t the problem.

With the help of a laptop repair expert, we determined that the motherboard was destroyed by heat an electrical problem confined to an area about 3 inches square. (Upon further inspection by another electrician, he thinks this was an electrical malfunction of some sort. Both guys that looked at it thought the board had been fixed in some way, probably at the factory before it was sold to the end user.) In the picture below (click on it to see a high quality picture), you’ll see burn marks on the board and some of the chips are actually off center from getting too hot and moving (PQ15, PQ14,PQ11 as marked on the board):

The motherboard is HP 519592-001, which as of today is easily found on eBay for under $200.  In this case, the power jack was not working well and adding the cost of the repair itself, the customer elected not to repair it (wisely). A big concern to me is how it got too hot in the first place. I would imagine that the same thing would just happen again.

Please comment if you’ve had this problem, as I didn’t find much in my own searches prior to writing this.

[SOLUTION] Dell Latitude E5420 white screen

A client brought me a Dell Latitude E5420 that had just a white screen – no POST, nothing. If you hooked up a monitor, everything was perfectly fine.

I found some forums like this one that talk about the problems with this model:

In spite of all of that, I brought it to a laptop repair expert and he quickly removed the monitor bezel, unscrewed the LCD screen mount screws, looked at the back of the LCD screen to find that the video cable was disconnected! He popped it back on and my client is back in business!

Here is a decent-looking guide to doing it yourself:

I wouldn’t be surprised if this design flaw would make the video cable pop off of the motherboard or damage the cable so as to require replacement.

Please comment if this helps or if you can provide more help!

Kyocera default Administrator Number

Here is a snippet from a Kyocera manual:

The factory default administrator number is either 2500 (25/25 ppm model), 3200 (32/25 ppm and 32/32 ppm models) or 4000 (40/35 ppm model).

So — take the first two numbers of the model and then two zeroes.

In case it might help, here are some good guides to help with you with setting up scanning with FTP or SMB:

[SOLUTION] The VPN client was unable to setup IP filtering

In the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client my user would get “The VPN client was unable to setup IP filtering. A VPN connection will not be established.” and “AnyConnect was not able to establish a connection to the specified secure gateway. Please try connecting again.”

This happened after being infected with malware (ZeroAccess trojan to be specific). After cleaning, it still wouldn’t connect to the VPN. Thanks to a hint here, I found that the cause was because the trojan deleted the Base Filtering Engine service.

I got it back by following the instructions from my preferred antivirus company, ESET.

If you can’t find the SubInACL.exe, get it from Major Geeks here.

Please comment if this DID or DIDN’T help.

[SOLUTION] Windows Update and BITS services missing

You get: “Windows Update cannot currently check for updates, because the service is not running. You may need to restart your computer.” on Windows 7 when checking for updates.

In my case, this happened on two computers that both were infected with the ZeroAccess trojan. The reason this message appears is that the malware deleted the registry keys for Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) and Windows Update (wuauserv).

I searched and searched today, but came up empty trying to find a utility or easy fix. Thankfully, I previously figured this out and here is what to do:   (this is an advanced fix and I highly recommend leaving it for professionals; I cannot support you if this causes problems)

1. Run SERVICES.MSC after hitting WINDOWS-R and look for Windows Update and Background Intelligent Transfer Service in the list of services. If they are missing, keep going.

2. Visit Smartest Computing’s cache of registry keys. Click Download at the top and save the SEVEN.ZIP (or adapt this if your OS is different) and pull out the bits.reg and wuauserv.reg, double-click each one and restart the computer.

3. Leave a comment if this worked or not. There are times when the files have been changes or removed that this wouldn’t work.

[UPDATE 4/2013] If this doesn’t work for you, has an All-in-One Windows repair tools that has had success with some: I’m interested in feedback on that tool.

[UPDATE 11/2013] Some users have been able to repair Windows XP with this advice here: