Proper handling of a fiber optic cable is important for the cable to last for a long time. To guide you on how to handle it here are tips that you should follow:
Always protect the exposed fiber end from getting into contact with hard surfaces. This is because the fiber will most likely scratch or chip the end when it comes into contact with the hard surface. Continue reading How To Handle An Optic Cable
The “pnrpsvc” is a part of Microsoft Windows OS. It is a system and hidden file, located in the system folder and the usual size is around 269,824 bytes. The pnrpsvc.dll process is safe and disabling it can be risky, because programs on your computer need it to function properly.
An Overview of This “DLL” File
The acronym stands for Peer Name Resolution Protocol Service; it is a library of published name resolution protocols enabling internet hosts to distribute peer names and their corresponding IPv6 addresses and other data. Continue reading How To Fix Peer Name Resolution Protocol Service Errors
OK, who hasn’t got too many bits of login information to remember? I doubt many would put their hands up to that question, because the fact is that we are mostly swamped with online accounts for various things. If it is not a commercial company who you have an account with, it is a bit of software on your home computer that needs a user id and login. Continue reading The Top 20 Password Choices – Is Yours One of Them?
When you are to run a program in your PC, there are times that system glitches occur. These glitches can be traced mostly in the “SYS” files that are installed together with your Windows operating system. One file in particular that can be corrupted is the “dxgmms1.sys”. It is a Microsoft “DirectX” Graphics “MMS” system driver file that is important for program start-ups and for performing specific computer functions like printing and viewing ISO images. Continue reading How to Fix a Computer Error