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  •   How To Delete Duplicate Songs in Windows Media Player
    How To Delete Duplicate Songs In Windows Media Player?

    Summary: Windows Media Player is the default application on Windows PC to play music and it’s the most widely used music player. But if you don't manage it properly, it’s very likely you have duplicate songs in the Windows Media Player playlists. In the following, let’s learn how to delete duplicate songs in Windows Media Player. Why Windows Media Player Doubled Songs? If you move your music around on your computer to a different location on the hard drive a lot, you will end up with quite a few broken entries in your Windows Media Player library. When you open up the same music file from a different location, Media Player will think that it is a new song and will add it yet again to your library resulting in various duplicate entries. As you can see, if you move your music around a lot, such as after you organized the file structure, you can end up having duplicate entries in your Windows Media Player library with some of the entries pointing to files that are now in a different location. Methods to Delete Duplicate Songs in Windows Media Player Method 1: Delete Duplicate Songs in Windows Media Player Manually...


  •   5 Methods To Fix Mac Shuts Down Randomly
    5 Methods To Fix Mac Shuts Down Randomly

    Summary: Does your Mac keep shutting down randomly? In most cases, it is just a one-time issue and never happens again. However, if you notice your Mac keeps shutting down again and again randomly, you need to determine the definite cause behind it and look for some methods to help fix your MacBook. In this article, we will recommend you some methods to fix the issue that Mac shuts down randomly. Why does Your Mac Shut Down Randomly? When facing the Mac keeping shut down randomly issue, don't panic. In fact, not only you but also many Mac users have come across this issue. And in 2019, Apple officially recognized the problem and published an article for troubleshooting the problem. The first thing that you need to know is the most probable cause of why your Mac shuts down randomly. There are many reasons that cause the MacBook to keep shutting down randomly, both external and internal. Here are some common reasons: Overheating triggers Mac's safety mechanism: The operating temperature of the CPU exceeds Intel's original factory specification temperature (105~100°C), so it is easy to start the Mac safe mechanism to shut down to avoid high temperature affecting internal parts....


  •   mac won't boot
    How to Fix The Issue Mac Won’t Boot

    Summary: When you open your Mac, you might find the Mac won't boot. Now, what do you do? Why did this happen? How do you fix it? In this article, we will recommend to the methods to fix the issue that Mac won't boot and teach you how to protect your important data. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION Why Won’t Your Mac Boot? If your Mac won’t boot, that means it can’t make it through the start sequence. There are several reasons that can cause this issue: During an update, there isn't sufficient battery left on the Mac, which can cause the software to corrupt. There is a hardware issue with your Mac. There is an error with your Mac while trying to start. Your Mac may not be connected to power. Below we will introduce some practical methods that should get our Mac back up and running again. Methods To Fix Mac Won’t Boot Method 1: Check Power Connection The first method is to check whether your Mac has any battery life left or whether the cable is connected correctly. To do this, try unplugging and plugging your Mac back in. Besides, try to only use Apple-made cables, because they...


  •   Upgrade To Windows 11
    How To Upgrade To Windows 11 Without TPM 2.0

    Summary: The need for TPM version 2.0 could easily prevent many computers from upgrading to Windows 11, and many Windows 10 users are looking for a method to upgrade to Windows 11 without TPM 2.0. If you are one of them, then this article will help you a lot! Overview Windows 11 and TPM 1.2 According to the Windows 11 operating system requirements published on the official website of Microsoft, the computer needs to be equipped with 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with two or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or system on a chip (SoC), and TPM2.0. So many old computers cannot be upgraded because they cannot meet the installation requirements. Therefore, when upgrading the system manually, you will encounter the error that This PC Can’t Run Windows 11. However, Microsoft also provides instructions on the official website to skip the processor and TPM 2.0 check, so that the computers that only support TPM 1.2 can install and upgrade to Windows 11. But here we still need to remind that there is a risk of compatibility issues during execution, and there is no guarantee that devices that do not meet system requirements will receive security updates or...


  •   Fix The Faulty Hardware Corrupted Page Error
    Methods To Fix The Faulty Hardware Corrupted Page Error

    Summary: A Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), technically known as a stop error, will make your computer crashes without warning, losing your work, or other data in the process. The faulty hardware corrupted page error is one such critical error that can strike without warning. In this article, we will recommend you some methods to fix the Faulty Hardware Corrupted Page error on Windows 10. Overview Faulty Hardware Corrupted Page Error This error might come out when Windows 10 users upload a document, copy-pasting files to an external storage drive, or fill out some survey form, and most of them don’t even know where to begin and how to get rid of this issue. The error shows up with a bugcheck value of 0x0000012B. It generally occurs due to hardware problems with the system. Due to this error, the system may encounter different issues, from malfunctioning to a complete crash, putting your system data at risk. In order to better fix this issue, it is very important to know the causes behind the error. We have listed below some of the reasons behind this error, let’s see how it originates: Malicious software on PC Corrupted system files Outdated, corrupted, or faulty...