How to Reset LenovoThinkPad BIOS Password

March 10th, 2012 by Admin No comments »

An Lenovo ThinkPad laptop can have the following passwords set: 1. Power ON Password RT/CMOS RAM has 8 bytes reserved for the power-on password. The 8 bytes are initialized to hex 00. The microprocessor can access these bytes only during POST. After POST is completed the password bytes are locked and cant be accessed. During […]

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4 Ways on How to Hack Facebook Password

March 10th, 2012 by Admin No comments »

Are you curious about hacking Facebook password well then this post is just for you, most people ask me to tell us the easiest way to hack Facebook password, so here are some ways to hack Facebook password: 1. Facebook Phishing 2. Keylogging 3. Social engineering 4. Primary email address hack Facebook Phishing: I have […]

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Install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on a PC using VMware

February 29th, 2012 by Admin No comments »

The following step by step guide will help you in installing Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard as a guest virtual machine in Windows 7. You’ll need to have a system with an Intel processor which supports hardware virtualization, original OS X Snow Leopard retail disk, VMware Workstation 7 and Windows 7, Vista or XP […]

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How to Reset Forgotten Root Password for Linux?

February 21st, 2012 by Admin No comments »

It happens sometime that you can’t remember root password. On Linux, resetting root password can be done by booting Linux under a specific mode: single user mode. This tutorial will show how to boot Linux in single user mode when using GRUB or LILO and finally how to change forgotten root password. If your boot […]

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Forgot Mac Password? 2 Methods to Reset Your Mac Password Easily

February 21st, 2012 by Admin No comments »

So you forgot your Mac password… uh oh. Don’t worry, it happens and you aren’t out of luck. You’ll need to reset the forgotten password and there’s several ways to do this, we’ll focus on the two best methods; one does not require a Mac OS X installer CD and is a great hack, and […]

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How to Set up PIN Logon in Windows 8?

February 10th, 2012 by Admin No comments »

Windows 8 introduces two new ways of authenticating yourself other than just using a text password. Now you can use a Picture Password, which uses gestures, as well as PIN code. In previous post I covered the details of picture password. Now I’ll show you how to set up PIN logon in Windows 8. A […]

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How to Automatically Logon to Windows 8?

February 7th, 2012 by Admin No comments »

Personally, I find the feature of Windows 8 allowing users to disable the logon screen, as it was in prior versions. When you enter the password on the logon screen, it takes some time to load windows explorer and all startup programs. This can also be quite annoying and time consuming. So what is the […]

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How to Boot from USB Flash Drive on VMWare Workstation?

January 14th, 2012 by Admin No comments »

If you are using VMWare Workstation, you will notice that you can’t boot from USB Flash Drive. There isn’t any USB option in BIOS boot menu. But sometimes, you need to boot from USB Flash Drive, such as to test installation of pre-configured system, to boot your favorite operating system which comes in USB edition, […]

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Restrict Logon Hours for Any Windows Account

January 11th, 2012 by Admin No comments »

One of my friends complained that his child spends too much time on his computer. He was very worried for his kid’s health. He tried to talk with the child but you know how stubborn they are. It was almost impossible to convince a six-year-old kid that spending too many hours in front of the […]

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Windows 8 now allows you to sign in via a picture password

January 10th, 2012 by Admin No comments »

Microsoft recently revealed yet another new feature of Windows 8 in a new Building Windows 8 blog post. This time, we learn about signing in via a picture password. Microsoft claims that this method of signing in is secure and also a lot of fun to use. “The experience of signing in to your PC […]

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