TroubleFixers.com moved to new web-host

by Abhishek Bhatnagar on May 12, 2008

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After moving technixupdate.com, we have to move troublefixers.com from lunar pages to zzhosting due to repeated request from lunarpages team to decrease the resource consumption.

 

We had to take this step because of some shared resource usage limits on lunar servers. The movement was done by us on 10th of May, because of which you might have faced some temporary issues in accessing troublefixers.com for a day or two. Now everything seems to be stabilized and back to normal.

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Due to movement we were not able to write new articles, but now everything is now setup properly and running smoothly. we will start writing new articles from now on. 

 

We apologize for any inconvenience caused to you because of the same. Looking forward to your support and readership. We are committed to provide you fixes to the common computer troubles.

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KAVI May 13, 2008 at 4:28 am

Congratulations Rohitbhai,
you have been helping us to fix PC and virus problem, we wish you all the best for your new efforts, with wich you will help us more effectivally and will able to give us rapid answer of our probelm.
Thank you very much for helping us constantly

KAVI

KAVI May 13, 2008 at 4:40 am

Respected Rohit Sir
I’m using WINDOWS XP PACK2
The message was comming INVALID BOOT.INI
Then i gone through your suggestion publish in one blog.
I gone through following steps,After inserting XP CD.

c:windows>bootcfg rebuild

[Then it scans for windows installation]
[Then following messege comes]

Total identified windows installs: 1
[1]:c:windows
Add installation to boot list?(Yes/No/All): Y
Enter Load Identifier: WINDOWS XP
Enter OS Load Options: /fastdetect

c:windows> exit

Sir, Now when pc boots, following message comes.

Please Select the OS to start

/fastdetect
/WINDOWS XP

Sir, Earlier pc was booting direct and fast too.
Please help me to start pc direct
waiting for answer.

KAVI

Amit Mehta May 13, 2008 at 8:34 am

Hi kavi

You can just boot to the desktop and then open the msconfig in the run command and in the boot.ini tab just click on the check all boot paths and the onew that is bad taht will be removed and even you can lower down the value that was set to 30 second that was to be waiting on the screen to wait

Further help contact me
Amit Mehta
amitmehta.8513@gmail.com

sudhakar babu May 21, 2008 at 6:15 pm

the user profile is correpted and again create new user problem solve
ok thanku

vasu February 10, 2009 at 2:01 am

Respected Rohit Sir
I’m using WINDOWS XP PACK2
The message was comming msinfo.exe when i login os

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