Les soldes à NANCY!

wow! Hier le 25 Juin les soldes ont commencer ici à Nancy, et aujourd’hui je sort pour n’acheter des vêtements et chercher pour un nouvel écran LCD 22″. Normalement y aura des promotions fous pendant ces jours, je vous enverrais des photos. Listez les articles que vous trouvez dans les soldes et les magasins les plus top côté soldes 😉

Blog/Website Review Exchange

blog reviews

 

I’ve decided to propose free blog / Website reviews till 30 days starting from now.
So if you want to get a kickstart for you blog and take a useful step towards success, do not hesitate! Just join the crowd!

 
Well, we’re gonna set some rules:

  1.  On your blog, you write a blog / website review about Gibni.com,
  2.  When published you confirm the URL to me, and I start writing a review about your blog/website.
  3.  Reviews are to be real and all aspects to be talked about, good as well as bad ones.
  4. DO NOT DELETE reviews unless you confirm with the other party.
  5. Provide useful and constructive information as well as useful and clear links.

If you want a blog review AND a link in the links section of Gibni (which is usually on the main page and all pages), Just write two reviews about with at least 4 days delay between both.

You can also order a blog review for your blog and pay through Paypal, but this month, there’s nothing to pay, from the next month, I’ll let you know how will work Review exchanges!

Just contact me and provide your name, URL, and the URL to the review you wrote about gibni.com.

Call of Duty 4 – Modern Warfare

Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare


Just Now I finished Call of Duty 4 -Modern Warfare game! It’s awesome, but the huge drawback is that the game is very SHORT!! There’s a lot of actions and graphics in-built which is really great, and the war stories even if they’re fictious, they can be of our days, I mean it’s a game in the present, not in world war period or a futuristic kinda war. I liked this game mostly because the movements and weapons and also the environment is close to reality.

For those of you who didn’t know about this game, first of all check if you can run it, here’s Call of Duty 4 minimum and also recommended system requirements:

Required (minimum) Specs
CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 2.4 GHz or AMD(R) Athlon(TM) 64 2800+ processor or any 1.8Ghz Dual Core Processor or better supported
RAM: 512MB RAM (768MB for Windows Vista)
Hard Drive: 8GB of free space
Video card: NVIDIA(R) Geforce(TM) 6600 or better or ATI(R) Radeon(R) 9800 Pro or better

Recommended Specs
CPU: 2.4 GHz dual core or better
RAM: 1G for XP; 2G for Vista
Hard Drive: 8GB of free space
Video card: 3.0 Shader Support recommended. Nvidia Geforce 7800 or better or ATI Radeon X1800 or better

My PC’s specs:

CPU: 3.0 GHz Pentium IV, 1MB Cache

RAM: 896 MB

Video Card: Ati Radeon HD 2600 PRO – 512MB , 128bit.

The game run PERFECT on my PC.

There are patches and maps as well as mission editors on the official website: http://www.callofduty.com/

Get The game from here and enjoy CRAZY PRICES:

Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare For PC (USA):

Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare For MAC (USA):

Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare For PC (France):

You already played at this game? What do you think about the game?

QR Codes, The Begining.

QR Codes

Ever heard about QR Codes? You surely know about the Barcodes, which you see on almost every purchased product. Ever asked yourself about that barcode reader application on your new smartphone?
Well, recently there’s been a new invention called QR Code. It’s a square with lots of black nad white points in it! yeah, kinda strange and extraterrestrial alphabet!
This square can contain information which you can scan with your smart phone and save that info on your device. It prevents typing and more important TYPOs!
To know what it the technology and who invented this tech and different aspects of it, go to your favorite search engine and search for it; a good reference is Wikipedia. Click Here for Wikipedia Article on QR Code

So, if you’ve read the article on wikipedia, you probably know better about QR codes. Today, a lot of mobile phones have inbuilt QR Readers, where the Nokia N95 is one of them.
QR Codes mostly contain URLs and Contact information. You can see them on some products, in recent street advertisings, on websites, business cards and so on. This is still a new technology to the public, but it’s spreading very fast.
In the next post on QR Codes, I’ll write about how a QR code is created and what type of data it can contain.
In the following posts, I’ll write about how to create your own QR Code, and at the end I’ll explain how to implement a QR Code for the desired page of your blog or website automatically.
As you can see, recently I’ve integrated a QR Code for each post and each page on Gibni. This code is genertad automatically by the server and it contains the page/post URL. You can try it by scanning the QR Code at the left with your QR Reader or Mobile Phone’s QR Reader Application.
In N95 8GB, the application can be accessed from Menu > Applications > Office > Barcode.

Give Feedback/Rating/Comment if you read this article please.

Windows Delayed Write Failed – Latest Solution

UPDATE: Latest article: Window Delayed Write Failed – Solutions –> 

A while back, I wrote a post about the “Windows Delayed Write Failed” error message, and I presented ways to resolve the problem. That worked for many people.


Recently, after installing a fresh copy of Windows XP (with SP3), I got the same problem, and I tried everything I knew to solve it, but no luck!! As the problem’s to do with the USB caching and data transfered from the cache to the disk, I went to my favorite search engine again!


The last thing I found, which solved the problem is to use a piece of software from SysInternals (actually aquired by Microsoft) called Cacheset !

cacheset_scr


Easy Steps to do:

– Download Cacheset.zip from my Downloads Page,

– Extract it somewhere on your computer,

– Run Cacheset.exe from where you extracted the file,

– Click on “Clear” button to clear the current working cache.

– Set the maximum working cache to either 64 MB or 128 MB,

– Click Apply.

– Buy me a coffee if this worked for you!  (Link is in the sidebar)


I tried it and now, after one week of intensive tests, I didn’t get the Delayed Write Failed error! I suppose that the problem is solved.


Anyway, if it happens even after setting the cache, do the same process of cache setting (to 64 MB or 128 MB) again as Windows has tendency to go back to its initial configurations.


Note1: Test both the cases; 64 MB as cache and then 128 MB, if you get your disk working on 128 MB, so keep it, as it runs faster.

Note 2: When applying the “Working set maximum” value in Cacheset, calculate the number by multiplying the required cache by 1024. example:  64*1024=65536 which is the value you should give.


PLEASE GIVE FEEDBACK!

This is tested and it works! Digg it if useful.

 

UPDATE : Latest article: Window Delayed Write Failed – Solutions –> 

N95 Won't boot ?!

Today, I was listening to music on my N95 8GB, and I ran the installation of Agile Messenger, but suddenly the phone blocked and I could not even turn it off with the power button, I waited long enough, and then I removed the battery to restart the phone.

After restarting, the Nokia logo appeared and then the phone freezed!

The N95 won’t boot! The lights turn on, the Nokia logo appears and then everything freezes !? is that really happening!!!?

At that moment, I knew there was a serious problem. Anyway, I tried to remove and restart the phone many times, but I didn’t help.

Anyway, I got on the net, and searched for possible solutions. The most discussed solution was to Hard Reset the phone.

3 methods are there, but this one works:

Hold the “3” button, and the ” * ” (star) button, and the Green button simultaneously and then at the same time turn the phone ON!


It’s really strange, but you got to put the phone on the table and use both of your hands, and hold the first three key combination until it asks you either the PIN code or it asks you to enter your country, date and time.

That resets everything on your internal memory, so your settings and customizations will be GONE!

I’m sorry to say that, but there’s no way to get back those data. But your memory card will be OK!

So, I recommend that you back up your phone regularly, you never know!!

Well, once you get the phone back, connect it to a computer, and backup your memory card (8GB Mass Memory) to the computer, and then from the phone, in the menu> settings> tools> memory; go and FORMAT the mass memory, Once formatting is done, hard reset your phone by entering this code when the phone is ON:  *#7370#

*#7370# is a hard reset and does exactly the same as “Press simultaneously the green “call” button, ‘*’ and ‘3’, and keep them down.” The latter is a last resort when everything else fails.

*#7380# is the soft reset.

After this, restart the phone as usual, and everything should be back in order.

Today, I was listening to music on my N95 8GB, and I ran the installation of Agile Messenger, but suddenly the phone blocked and I could not even turn it off with the power button, I waited long enough, and then I removed the battery to restart the phone.

After restarting, the Nokia logo appeared and then the phone freezed!

The N95 won’t boot! The lights turn on, the Nokia logo appears and then everything freezes !? is that really happening!!!?

At that moment, I knew there was a serious problem. Anyway, I tried to remove and restart the phone many times, but I didn’t help.

Anyway, I got on the net, and searched for possible solutions. The most discussed solution was to Hard Reset the phone.

3 methods are there, but this one works:

Hold the “3” button, and the ” * ” (star) button, and the Green button simultaneously and then at the same time turn the phone ON!

 

It’s really strange, but you got to put the phone on the table and use both of your hands, and hold the first three key combination until it asks you either the PIN code or it asks you to enter your country, date and time.

That resets everything on your internal memory, so you settings and customizations will be GONE!

I’m sorry to say that, but there’s no way to get back those data. But your memory card will be OK!

So, I recommend that you back up your phone regularly, you never know!!

Well, once you get the phone back, connect it to a computer, and backup your memory card (8GB Mass Memory) to the computer, and then from the phone, in the menu> settings> tools> memory; go and FORMAT the mass memory, Once formatting is done, hard reset your phone by entering this code when the phone is ON:  *#7370#

*#7370# is a hard reset and does exactly the same as “Press simultaneously the green “call” button, ‘*’ and ‘3’, and keep them down.” The latter is a last resort when everything else fails.

*#7380# is the soft reset.

After this, restart the phone as usual, and everything should be back in order.

Today, I was listening to music on my N95 8GB, and I ran the installation of Agile Messenger, but suddenly the phone blocked and I could not even turn it off with the power button, I waited long enough, and then I removed the battery to restart the phone.

After restarting, the Nokia logo appeared and then the phone freezed!

The N95 won’t boot! The lights turn on, the Nokia logo appears and then everything freezes !? is that really happening!!!?

At that moment, I knew there was a serious problem. Anyway, I tried to remove and restart the phone many times, but I didn’t help.

Anyway, I got on the net, and searched for possible solutions. The most discussed solution was to Hard Reset the phone.

3 methods are there, but this one works:

Hold the “3” button, and the ” * ” (star) button, and the Green button simultaneously and then at the same time turn the phone ON!

 

It’s really strange, but you got to put the phone on the table and use both of your hands, and hold the first three key combination until it asks you either the PIN code or it asks you to enter your country, date and time.

That resets everything on your internal memory, so you settings and customizations will be GONE!

I’m sorry to say that, but there’s no way to get back those data. But your memory card will be OK!

So, I recommend that you back up your phone regularly, you never know!!

Well, once you get the phone back, connect it to a computer, and backup your memory card (8GB Mass Memory) to the computer, and then from the phone, in the menu> settings> tools> memory; go and FORMAT the mass memory, Once formatting is done, hard reset your phone by entering this code when the phone is ON:  *#7370#

*#7370# is a hard reset and does exactly the same as “Press simultaneously the green “call” button, ‘*’ and ‘3’, and keep them down.” The latter is a last resort when everything else fails.

*#7380# is the soft reset.

After this, restart the phone as usual, and everything should be back in order.

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Blog Review: The Mom with Brownies

An awesome blog!

Few weeks ago, I found this interesting and entertaining blog, The Mom With Brownies. It’s got everything in it! There are so much information on the blog that you never wanna leave the page! I remember the last time I was on this blog, I stood for about 25 minutes reading, watching, and playing!

Something I really like, is that there’s no big ads on the blog, and you can focus on the content rather than trying to skip the ads! 😉

 What is cool is that the page is wide and there’s a lot of white space between the content. There are a lot of ideas you can get from this blog, like adding a game (toy) on your blog to entertain your visitors and keep them coming back, or using different statistics tools together or even the idea of having everything discussed on your blog, I like the shoutbox too!

Go and visit The Mom With Brownies, you’ll love it!