Category Archives: Windows

Window 10 – Your PC couldn’t start properly – Solution

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1. Boot machine with Windows 10 CD
2. Repair (don’t click install)
3. Goto advanced option
4. Start Command Prompt
5. If asked login with your one of the account in that machine, otherwise it will go to command prompt itself
6. Run these command one by one

bootrec /fixmbr

bcdedit /export c:\bcdbackup

attrib c:\boot\bcd bcd.old

bootrec /rebuildbcd

(Press Y when asked question for above command)

7. You are done and reboot it.

Keep Windows Machine without going idle – Busy Bee Screen

I wanted to keep my Windows PC all time up & running without going idle. Here the script which does

var WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell");
for (var i=0; i<60; i++) // 60 minutes { WshShell.SendKeys('+'); WScript.Sleep (60000); }

1.Create a new text file (xxx.js) with above code

2. Double click it xxx.js
3. The script will run 60 times at every minute and keep the machine on which it runs on from going idle.


2. Add above script file through Windwos schedule to run upon Login
3. Note - it stops upon Logout / Shutdown. So make sure start the script after login.

Sqldeveloper setting to avoid profile space limit and speedup

Need to add config setting in sqldeveloper.conf, which is located here

C:\[Installation Folder]\sqldeveloper\sqldeveloper\bin\sqldeveloper.conf

add below config setting

AddVMOption -Dide.user.dir=C:\[Your Own Folder]\ApplicationData\SQLDeveloper
AddVMOption -Xmx300M

C:\[Your Own Folder]\ApplicationData\SQLDeveloper – is where the application data stored to avoid increasing user profile space. Preferably inside the installation folder, since sqldeveloper is portable

Solution Cyclic Redundancy Check Error

A Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) is an error checking technique used by computers, specifically the hard drives or optical disks (i.e DVD/CD). A Cyclic Redundancy Check error is caused when data on the hard-drive or DVD becomes corrupt.

1) goto Run -> CMD

2) chkdsk [driveletter] /f /r   => [chkdsk f: /f /r

3) from the same drive (i.e f: drive)  type command  “diskpart”

4) which will goto DISKPART console and type command “rescan”

most the issue goes away.