Technology Errors

Joomla Warning! Failed to move file.

If you are getting a warning when attempting to install a Joomla component then there is either a permission problem or a possible Joomla configuration issue. Please attempt to correct your problem by using one of the two methods below. Modify /tmp Permissions:First in your Joomla installation folder make sure that the /tmp folder has…

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Problem opening files created in earlier versions of MS Office in Office 2007

I was helping a user out today who had issues opening a .doc Word file in MS Word 2007. The user was getting the following error.  

“You are attempting to open a file that was created in an earlier version of Microsoft Office. This file type is blocked from opening in this version by your registry policy setting.”

It appears the document he was opening was probably created in a very old version (pre-97) of Word, so the standard Compatability Mode in Word 2007 wasn’t picking it up. The easiest way to allow these older .doc files to open in Word 2007 is to follow the steps below. If you are new to editing the registry, you may want to back it up first. You should also make sure that any Office applications are closed before starting this process.

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Error IMPD01-300 while installing Stardock’s Impulse

Stardock provides some very nice customization programs to modify and tweak your Windows look and feel. If you purchase anything that requires installing the Impulse engine, you might run into the following error:

Impulse Error

The error IMPD01-300 comes up during the installation saying it can’t connect for updates.  In order to work around this error you need to download the full installer and use that to install the application.

You can get the full installer here.

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TFTP: Error code 1: File not found

You may get the below error code when attempting to transfer files with TFTP.

Error code 1: File not found

If you do get this error the issue is likely that the file does not exist on the server you are trying to place the file on using TFTP. If you are on a linux server you can just touch the file name on the TFTP server before transferring the actual file via TFTP.

TFTP: Trivial File Transfer Protocol