Earlier tonight my Microsoft Outlook crashed on my Windows 7 64-Bit laptop after upgrading Evernote. When I attempted to restart Outlook I received an error stating that the default e-mail folders cannot be opened. Below I describe the error in more detail as well as how the issue can easily be resolved without having to reboot your laptop.
As every one knows Alex and I do lots of work with Nvidia Graphics cards and CUDA password cracking. I recently encountered the following error when trying to boot Backtrack 4 Linux on our CUDA server. Below I explain the error and why it happens and how to fix it.
I just got around to downloading The new LTS release from Ubuntu which is 10.04. I have to admit as a long time Gentoo Linux user I am very impressed with the speed of 10.04. There are some annoying bugs but I am working on sorting those out and I will try to post some of the results. So this morning I needed to get Skype going so i decided to whip up a quick piece on installing Skype on the newest Ubuntu.
I recently purchased a new Dell laptop running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit which is the first 64-Bit computer I have ever had as my main computer. I have done some work in the past on computers using 64-Bit operating systems but now that I have one there are a lot of questions coming up regarding how applications launch and specifically what mode they are running in. On Windows 7 64-Bit there are two different “Program Files” directories which allow 64-Bit applications to run as well as 32-Bit applications to run. Below I explain how to verify if a Windows service is running in 32-Bit (x86) mode or 64-Bit (x86_64) mode.