Friday, May 17, 2013

Google Country Sites list

Google Country Sites list (Ascending Order) :

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Sitemap for Blogger Blog

 Submit a Complete Sitemap for your Blogger Blog to Google for Better Indexing.

1. Added as sitemap for Blogger Blog  :


More info : Digital inspiration

2. Added as sitemap for Blogger Blog  :


3. Added as sitemap for Blogger Blog  :


4. Added as sitemap for Blogger Blog  :


all of these are works fine on webmasters tools as sitemap for blog website.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Secure Connection Failed Firefox

This kind of problem occurs when a Firefox user tries to open or browse a secure connection (example: https// or in simple, yahoo mail website ), Firefox browser shows an error message "Secure Connection Failed". see this picture bellow :
Picture : Secure Connection Failed

Do not worry. you can fix this problem by some easy steps.
Follow these steps :
  • Go to "Application Data" folder in Windows XP.
    • Start menu >> Run >> type %APPDATA% >> click OK
  • You are now in "Application Data" Folder.
  • Next click and open Mozilla >> Firefox >> Profiles >> .... >> Now find "cert8.db" file.
  • Delete the file and Restart your Mozilla Firefox.
                                            Pic : "cert8.db" file on my computer.

Problem 2 : Secure Connection Failed on Facebook

Problem 3 : secure connection failed ipod touch  
Secure connection failed message on iPhone, iPod touch or iPad . There are two types of error you can find on iPhone, iPod or iPad devices. 
1. Secure connection failed.
2.  Lost secure connection.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Mouse Pointer does not move

If you are facing problems like this - My mouse pointer does not move after installing a mouse on my system then try the following we have discussed bellow.

Windows will not generally not indicate any problems with mouse detection. There is a known compatibility problem with some older computers and mouse combination. For example, Logitech's two-button First Mouse (e.g., version M/N:M34) is reported to suffer from this type of trouble on some Packard Bell systems. You can use the keyboard to invoke a basic work-around under Window 9x/Me.

Follow these steps :
  • Press CTRL+ESC to open the Start menu.
  • Use the arrow keys to highlight Settings, then Control Panel, and press ENTER.
  • Move the arrow key over to the Mouse icon and press ENTER. This will open the Mouse Properties dialog box.
  • Using the TAB key, tab over to the Quick Setup tab, and then use the RIGHT ARROW key to open the Devices tab.
  • On the Devices tab, tab over to the Add Mouse button and press ENTER.
The pointing device applet should now detect the two-button mouse, and the pointer should move properly. However, you will need to perform this procedure each time you restart the system. If you are not using a Packard Bell system, you can remove the mouse in the Device Manager and use the Add New Hardware Wizard to reinstall the specific mouse. If your computer system has a dedicated PS/2 mouse port, another option is to contact the pointing device maker to see if you can exchange the serial version of a PS/2 version, or upgrade to a USB version of the pointing device.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Sunday, April 18, 2010

False Positive Detection | Antivirus False Positive

A false detection or false positive occurs when your antivirus software sends a virus alert message or makes a log file entry that identifies a virus where none actually exists.

You can see false detections if you have antivirus software from more than on vendor installed on your computer. Because some anti-virus software stores the code signatures it uses for detection unprotected in memory. The safest course to take when you see an alert message or log entry is to treat it as a genuine virus threat and to take the appropriate steps to remove the virus from your computer system. But if you believe that the antivirus software has generated a false detection ( ie. it flags a file as "infected" when you have used it safely for years ) , check for one of more of the following situations before you contact your antivirus software company.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Avoiding Viruses - How to avoid computer viruses

Computer viruses can be avoided by implementing some simple and easy rules. Try to learn and remember these tips and tricks. Here are some tips for avoid computer virus.

  1. Your antivirus tools loaded into memory and antivirus software should be active each time the PC starts.
  2. If you can not keep antivirus tools running be sure to scan removable media (eg. pen drive) and downloads for viruses before you use them.
  3. Back up your important work files and entire system regularly. So, this would not help you prevent from viruses but regular backups can help you to recover if a virus should slip through and cause trouble on your computer system.
  4. Keep the signature files updated on a regular basis. Download directly from your antivirus makers website. Or make sure that your automatic update option of antivirus is turn on.
  5. Write-protect your removable media ( such as pen drive ).
  6. Configure your antivirus software to scan your system periodically.
  7. Avoid questionable downloads on the net.
  8. Avoid email attachments from sources that you do not know. Many virus attacks are lunched by email as attachments sent with urgent sounding subject lines. When you are asked to open the attached (infected) file/files, the virus is introduced to your computer system. To avoid this kind of virus attack, scan all your email attachments before opening them.