Windows Server 2016 – Create and Enable Clustered Shared Volumes (CSV)

CSV (Cluster Shared Volumes) is a feature in Windows Server family in which shared disks are concurrently accessible to all nodes within a failover cluster. The feature was first introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2 as a way to simplify storage with clustered Hyper-V virtual machines (VMs), but this is not limited to Hyper-V applications. Read More …

Windows 10 – “The current active partition is compressed” during Update Process

Send Us a Sign! (Contact Us!) Show More Info This article has total words. (Including header) This is a severe Read More …

Make USB Volume Name Longer Than 11 Characters

By default the Windows operating system assigns the Volume name of a USB stick as “Removable Disk”. However, there are Read More …

Cannot Format USB GPT Protective Partition

Sometimes you will connect a USB to the PC and get an error message saying the drive has a GPT Read More …

Configure iSCSI SAN in Server 2012 R2

iSCSI (Internet Small Computer System Interface) is a protocol that uses underlying TCP/IP protocol for transmission of data. Unlike FC Read More …

Creare un dongle USB System Recovery su Windows 7

Questa guida è stata creata per sopperire alla mancanza del lettore CD/DVD sui dispositivi Netbook, ma può essere ugualmente utilizzata Read More …

Fix Hard Disk corrupted Boot Volume?

It’s possible your boot volume got corrupted by some recently installed Software, Viruses or Windows/Software updates and it’s better to Read More …

Windows 7 – BSOD Stop 0x7B on boot

A few things to try when getting a BSOD 0x7B on boot: this error apparently has to do with a Read More …

Safely Remove Hardware not working in Windows 7 and Windows 8

You must have noticed, while disconnecting a device from your Windows computer a Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media icon Read More …

Manually Reset or Clear Dirty Bit in Windows without using CHKDSK

One mystery that has gone unsolved for the longest time now is the dirty bit on hard drive volumes. Basically Read More …