A few weeks back, I noticed that every time my laptop booted up or restarted that it would display this error message “IOLORGDF32 Program not
Initially made available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers last week, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 is now available to the
Guess who’s back, back again, Jaypee’s back, Tell a friend, guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back…hehe I know it’s cheesy but anyways, I just wanted you guys to know that I’m back.
Yes folks, I’m back! Being away from blogging and the blogosphere for almost 3 months seemed like an eternity. I’m sure most of you are wondering what happened to me or where I’ve been. Well its been really hectic these past couple of months for me. First, my parents came from the Philippines, then my in-laws from Maryland, then my sister-in-law and her family from Indonesia came too. It was a family reunion of sorts. Having guests, especially family means having to go out a lot like visit relatives and friends, eating out, seeing places and stuff. So the months of June and July was basically spent on those activities.
Just when I was really looking forward to get back to blogging I had ano. Actually, I’ve been having minor problems or issues with it after I updated it to Windows Vista Service Pack 1. I started getting the dreaded BSOD (blue screen of death) everytime I restarted my computer or after it booted up from hibernate mode. At first, I was able to fix it by doing a System Restore but this time, even that failed. Even though I knew that the problem was caused by a conflict with one of the device drivers I couldn’t do anything because I couldn’t even boot in Safe Mode and try to update the device drivers.
Time flies so fast. Today is the last day of March and the first quarter of 2008 has just passed by. Anyways, here’s the latest edition of the Weekend Roundup. Enjoy!
- Good news for Ubuntu fans! You can now install Ubuntu on any Windows machine without the need of a different partition or without having to worry about messing up the Windows installation.
- I’m sure a lot of WordPress theme authors especially those who have premium themes are not gonna like this one. A certain blogger has recently published a detailed article on how to rip a WordPress theme using Firefox and a Firefox extension called Firebug. via AJ’s blog.
- Learn how to increase your Adsense earnings by increasing your pageviews with this post from Jehzlau. Very useful tip if you use lots of images on your blog posts.