MacBook Pro Freeze after RAM upgrade

My MacBook Pro came with 4GB of RAM, and 320GB of disk drive. The ThunderBolt technology is also available on my MacBook Pro. I decided recently to upgrade the RAM so it can run smoother with heavy softwares.

Why upgrade MacBook’s RAM?

The main reason to upgrade is that  4GB RAM is not enough on a MacBook Pro if you run a virtual machine with Windows and want to do an RAM intensive work with your Mac. With a total of 8GB RAM, the MacBook Pro runs very smooth, even when running a virtual machine with 1.5GB RAM allocated to Windows 7.

I upgraded my MacBook Pro (early 2011) RAM from 4GB with 2 new CORSAIR 4GB modules, so a total of 8GB  of RAM. I recommend you upgrade your MacBook to 8GB of RAM to enjoy a lot smoother Mac!

The built-in RAM modules from Apple’s MacBook Pro were 2 HYNIX 2GB modules so a total of 4GB RAM.

WARNING: The tests and procedures in this article are for informative purposes only. Gibni.com and its authors take absolutely no responsibility for the damages, errors and troubles you may cause to your devices. Use at your own risk.

RAM issue or not?

Until now, it happened 3 times:

While using my Mac, the screen froze and horizontal lines appeared on the screen. The only way out is to “hard shutdown” the mac by holding down the power button for 7 seconds. From my IT experience, this relates some times to the Graphical Procession Unit (GPU) and some times to the RAM. So either the Graphics card is buggy or the new CORSAIR RAM modules.

Solving : Mac freeze, horizontal lines…

RAM stress test for Mac:

To test the RAM on the Mac, you should run some stress tests to find if any errors lay in the RAM. Sometimes the RAM behaves good in normal conditions but may throw errors on heavy computation. It is recommended to stress the RAM specially if it is new. One of the best tools is MemTest.

Here’s how to use MemTest on Mac:

( I recommend using MemTest on Single User mode to be able to test more memory as in Single User mode the system occupies very few RAM.)

  1. Restart your Mac and hold “Command + S” to go in Single User mode,
  2. A black screen appears with lots of text and after a few moments you will get a prompt,
  3. Type in : memtest all 4
  4. Wait about 1 hour! Remove the 3 to make it just about 20 minutes, but less reliable…
  5. If everything gets passed, your RAM is probably OK
  6. Else, proceed:
  7. The first thing to do is to put back the own Apple’s RAM and run the stress tests again to see if the issue happens or not.

If the new CORSAIR RAM modules are having errors, I should find out which one is messy. I put only one CORSAIR 4GB RAM on the Mac, leaving the other RAM slot empty. Once I find which one is damaged, I will send it back to where I bought it from (RueDuCommerce.com), so they can change it for me.

CPU and GPU stress test for Mac:

If the problem is not with the RAM, it is probably with the GPU, or the way the GPU deals with the RAM (as it shares the system’s RAM)

Start your Mac normally, and use “smallLux GPU” (a tool I used and recommend it) to stress the GPU:

  1. Download SmallLuxGPU
  2. Install and run it
  3. On the top left side, in the interactive modes section, Select “Instances 130Mil Scene”
  4. Set the resolution to the maximum available,
  5. Select GPU + 4 CPU threads
  6. Hit “Run Interactive Mode”
  7. Wait…

Your Mac will run and run and will heat up. If everything goes fine for about 20 minutes, your GPU is OK, else if you get errors, freeze or horizontal/vertical lines on screen, there is an issue either with your GPU or the way it handles its memory.

If your GPU passes the tests above, BUT you still have freeze/horizontal or vertical lines issues, then the problem might be software or something very complicated which is not in the scope of this article. You should call an Apple Authorized Repair expert in your area.

In case you have an issue with the GPU, RAM, CPU or any hardware on your Mac, call an Apple specialist as soon as possible. Don’t try to open up you Mac because there is nothing you can do.

Some tools for your Mac:

Mac RAM Stress test:

Memory Tester from diglloydTools

MemTest for Mac

Mac CPU stress test:

Simple Terminal: open up 8 terminal windws and enter (no quotes) ‘yes > /dev/null’

MySQL stress Test on Mac

Stress CPU from Folding@Home

CPU / GPU stress test:

SmallLuxGPU

CPU, RAM, Hard drive,… Temperature Monitor for Mac:

TemperatureMonitor

Fan speed Control for Mac:

smcFanControl

Can't login after OS X Lion install/upgrade : SOLVED

After installing the latest upgrade for Mac OS X, the Lion, I couldn’t  login to my user account on my Macbook Pro! There was no way to log into my user. I tried to login with “root” and the root account was not available.

Basically,  all users disappear after install of Mac OS X Lion or upgrade to Lion (10.7), and you can’t login to your system.

After a little research, here is what worked for me:

Before giving you the solution, you should know that the first thing to do, is to call Apple’s customer service, and I take no responsibility for what ever might happen if you follow these instructions. They worked for my case, use at your own risk. 

 

 

Solution for Mac OS X Lion Login Error (Users disappear after upgrade to Lion):

  • Step 0 : Don’t panic, your files are not gone !  

  • Step 1: Reset ROOT Password for Mac OS X Lion:

      1. Restart your Mac,
      2. Hold “Command+R” buttons just the moment your Mac starts up,
      3. Hold still…
      4. A window should appear, it says “Utilities…”
      5. From the tools menu, at the top, open “Terminal”
      6. Type “resetpassword” and hit enter
      7. A new window opens, select the System Administrator account (root) option
      8. Set a new password, easy to remember for you,
      9. Confirm and close all the windows,
      10. A question will appear as would you like to restart?
      11. Restart!
  • Step 2: Login as ROOT on Mac OS X Lion: 

      1. Let the Mac startup,
      2. At login screen, type the user  name as “root” and put in the password you’ve chosen in step 1.8 above.
      3. Wait a while…
      4. You should be logged in with the “root” account to your Mac OS X Lion.
  • Step 3: Re-create your user (Reincarnation!)

      1. Right click on the “Finder” icon in the dock, select “Go to folder…”
      2. Type “/” and click on “GO” to go to your Mac’s hard drive,
      3. Navigate to the “Users” directory, you should see your own user folder, remember the folder’s name!
      4. Click the Apple logo on the left top side of the screen, select “System Preferences…”
      5. Go to “Users and Groups”
      6. Your user should not exist in the left side list, so click the small “+” button below the users list to add a new one.
      7. Set your Full name as it was previously (not very important though)
      8. Set the “Account name”  EXACTLY AS THE FOLDER NAME YOU SAW IN STEP3.3 (VERY IMPORTANT)
      9. Set an easy to remember password for your account,
      10. And hit “Create User”
      11. Confirm on “using the Existing folder for Home…”
      12. Wait….until you see your user appear on the users list…
  • Step 4: Back on the Road:

      1. Restart your Mac
      2. Login to your own account easily and get all your data back!
  • Step 5: Send me a coffee from the Donations Page.

Gericom Overdose 1360

Entretien Ordinateur Portable

Il y a quelque jours, j’ai reçu un ordinateur portable Gericom Overdose 1360e pour maintenance, mis à jour et réparation. Première étape consistait a augmenter la RAM, donc j’ai remplacer la RAM par une barrette de 1Go DDR Sodimm. L’entretien du Windows a été un peu long, car après l’installation de Service Pack 3 sur Windows XP Édition Familiale, il a fallut Défragmenter le disque dure…


FAULT IN NON PAGED AREA

Un erreur rencontré, était par rapport a la mémoire virtuelle. L’erreur a apparue sur un écran bleu. La solution est de vérifier l’état du fichier PAGEFILE.SYS . Il faut que la taille du fichier PAGEFILE.SYS , soit au moins 1.5 fois la RAM installée. Ceci est a définir dans:gericom_overdose_1360


Panneau de Configuration > Système > Avancé > Performances > Paramètres > Avancé > Modifier


Une fois dans la fenêtre “Mémoire Virtuelle”, choisissez le disque principale de votre système, et choisissez l’option “Taille gérée par le système”.


Autre manipulation importante a effectuer est d’effacer le fichier PAGEFILE.SYS . Ceci entraîne l’utilisation de l’éditeur de registre. Exécutez la commande “regedit” dans l’outil d’exécuter ou dans l’invite de commande.

Une fois dans l’éditeur de registre, naviguez au clé:




HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management



et changez la valeur de la clé “ClearPageFileAtShutdown” de 0 à 1.


Puis ARRETEZ votre ordinateur. (Boutton Démarrer > Arrêter l’ordinateur > Arrêter )


Maintenant votre PAGEFILE.SYS a été effacé, donc remmettez la valeur de la clé du registre à 0 pour accélérer l’arrêt de votre système.


Si le problème persiste, vérifiez le disque dur, en effectuant une défragmentation avec UltraDefrag, et ensuite vérifiez vos barrettes de RAM, car ceci peut provenir des problème hardware. Pour les anciens, veuillez passer de FAT à NTFS pour le format de votre disque dur. Probablement la réinstallation de Windows pourrait résoudre le problème, si ceci provient des conflits logiciel.


Pilotes Gericom Overdose 1360

D’après beaucoup de recherche, et après avoir contacter le service client de Gericom Allemagne, les pilotes du Gericome Overdose 1360 sont disponible pour téléchargement sur le site de téléchargement de Gericom sous le nom de G557. Voici les liens:



BIOS Gericome Overdose 1360

Mettre à jour un BIOS (surtout sur un ordinateur portable) est très risqué. Donc vous serrez entierement responsable des conséquences.


Vous pouvez utiliser la mise a jour du BIOS pour le G557 (d’après le service client de GERICOM Allmagne) voici le lien de téléchargement:

http://download.gericom.com/NOTEBOOK/Overdose-Serie/Bios_G557/


Lisez le fichier AFUWIN.txt pour plus d’information.


Meilleur conseil que je pourrais vous donner, c’est d’acheter un nouveau ordinateur portable avec les configuration récentes du marché..

Windows 7 not booting?

Microsoft Windows 7

Windows 7 is the latest Microsoft’s operating system. It’s something made out of Windows XP and Windows Vista. I found it a stable system and the visual effects are pretty cool. Something I do not really appreciate is the User Account Control which pops up everytime you make a system related operation. I disabled the UAC at the first startup.


Windows 7 was released first to computer manufacturers and leaked on the internet. Today, a retail version is available to everyone.


There are a lot of articles on the internet written about the features of Windows 7, its advantages and disadvantages. Lots of webhsites provide information on how to download and/or activate Windows 7. I would strongly recommend you buy a genuine version of Microsoft Windows 7, so you get all the benefits and avoid all problems. (Do not make/use illegal copies)


Windows 7 not booting?

Here in this article, I’m going to discuss a special case of error in which Microsoft Windows 7 does not boot. This specific case happens when you alter the hard disk’s Master Boot Record (MBR). This might usually happen if you tried to use an activator to activate Microsoft Windows 7 (which is an illegal procedure).


There is a simple way to fix this issue. What you need to do is to fix the boot record. This is done using the Windows 7 installation disk.


“Repair Windows 7” steps:

  1. Set your computer to boot up from the DVD (using BIOS setup, or pressing a specific key on the keyboard while your PC is getting on which lets you choose what to boot from.)
  2. Have the DVD inserted when booting the computer,
  3. Press any key to start from the DVD once prompted,
  4. Wait few moments,
  5. Choose language, keyboard layout and click next,
  6. Wait few seconds,
  7. Click on the “Repair your computer” link on the bottom of the appearing window,
  8. It scans for installed operating systems, and tries to fix it if possible, so wait a few seconds,
  9. Then (if unsuccessful), click finish,
  10. In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click on “Command Prompt”,
  11. Locate your Windows drive by navigating the hard drive(s), let’s suppose your Windows is installed in “E:”
  12. Type in these commands (and press ENTER after each command) :
    
    
    Bootsect /nt60 E: /force /mbr
    
    Bootrec /FixMbr
    
    Bootrec /FixBoot
    
    Bootrec /RebuildBcd
     


    (More info on BootRec http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927392)

  13. Remove the DVD and restart your computer.


Your Microsoft Windows should be alive again now!




Ref:

http://forums.mydigitallife.info/showpost.php?p=138888&postcount=1228

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927392/

http://forums.mydigitallife.info/showthread.php?p=87550#post87550

Invite de commande – Windows XP

“Un interpréteur de commandes, parfois désigné par l’anglicisme shell, est un programme faisant partie des composants de base d’un système d’exploitation, le Command-line interface (CLI) (ou invite de commandes).

C’est le mode de contrôle fondamental d’un ordinateur. Ce dernier prend ses données d’entrées en ligne de commande, qui sont transmises à l’interpréteur en mode interactif.

Son rôle est de traiter les commandes tapées au clavier par l’utilisateur. Ces commandes, une fois interprétées, auront pour effet de réaliser telle ou telle tâche d’administration, ou bien de lancer l’exécution d’un logiciel.

L’invite elle-même consiste en quelques caractères, en début de ligne (généralement, le nom de compte de l’utilisateur, et/ou l’unité logique par défaut, et/ou le chemin par défaut, et/ou date, …), se terminant par un caractère bien connu (souvent « ] » ou « > »), invitant l’utilisateur à taper une commande.” [1]


Ouvrir une “Invite de Commande”

Sur votre clavier, appuyez sur la touch “WINDOWS” (entre ALT et CTRL) et cliquer sur la lettre “R” du clavier.

 windows_button


La fenetre intitulée “Executer” apparaitra,


Tapez “cmd” et cliquez sur “Executer”,


Vous avez maintenant une “Invite de commande” soit un “SHELL”.


Ref:

[1] – http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interpr%C3%A9teur_de_commandes


Windows Delayed Write Failed Error – Solutions

Window Delayed Write Failed ? Solutions are here!


This topic is researched, tested and written by Amir Hossein Moradi.

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This is the third article on the Windows Delayed Write Failed error occurring with hard drives (mostly external ones with USB/Firewire/Network connections). On 28th December 2007, I wrote the Windows – Delayed Write Failed – Solved! article which had more than 190,000 views, and helped many users till date. On 9th June 2008, the second article on this topic – Windows Delayed Write Failed – Latest Solution – which had more than 34,000 views till date, was out and is still getting many users out of trouble.

 

Now, it’s time to write the 3rd article and sum up all possible solutions for the Windows Delayed Write Failed error.

 

about_write_delayed_failedAbout Delayed Write:

Windows uses a special subsystem for certain disk functions, which caches write operations and performs them when the system is idle. This can improve system performance, but it’s typically turned off by default. The term for this kind of operation is “delayed writing”.

 

You can see how write-caching is handled for a particular volume by right-clicking on the icon for the drive in the “Disk drives” subtree of the Device Manager and selecting the Policies tabs. The options typically are “Optimize for quick removal” (everything is written to the drive immediately) and “Optimize for performance” (writes are cached).

 

about_write_delayed_failedAbout the error:

“Windows Delayed Write Failed” error occurs usually when the caching process gets interrupted or the files to be cached get corrupted, either because of a drive failure, a cable failure, or a USB interface fail!

This error might happen to brand new drives as well as good working old ones.

 

write_delayed_causeCause:

This error might be caused by several factors:

 

  • Cache settings
  • System Restore settings
  • Device drivers
  • Media error, drive failure
  • USB/Firewire host controllers
  • Drive overheating
  • Mis-configured BIOS settings
  • Ultra Direct Memory Access (UDMA) mis-configuration
  • Unmatched cables
  • Faulty cables
  • Memory parity conflict
  • Power management drivers

 

write_delayed_solutionResolutions:

Here are different resolutions to the problem, I’ve arranged them in such a way that the most probable and easy to apply is at the top of the list. Read all resolutions carefully before any attempt on your drive(s) and/or computer(s).

 

1. System Restore Settings:

Users reported that Windows might try to write system restore data on the external drive, or try to monitor the drive in case of a system crash. This procedure might be a cause for the Delayed Write Failed error. What to do is quite simple. Just follow this photo tutorial:

 

Open your Control Panel:

click-control-panel

 

Open System:

control-panel-windows-xp

 

Go to System Restore tab, choose your external drive, and click the Settings button:

System-restore-settings-windows-xp

 

Check the Turn off System Restore on this drive checkbox and click OK:

system-restore-monitoring-settings-windows-xp

 

Now, you need to restart your computer, and if System Restore configuration was the issue, it should be solved.

2. Device drivers:

Some older RAID device drivers are known to cause the Write Delayed Failed issue, so do check with you hardware manufacturer for the latest device drivers.

I suggest that you check for:

  • latest RAID drivers for your hardware,
  • latest BIOS for your motherboard,
  • latest chipset drivers,
  • latest USB hub (host controller) drivers,
  • latest graphics card drivers.

 

3. Overheating:

First thing to try is to see if your drive is not over heating!

According to Seagate, “the operating temperature range for most Seagate hard drives is 5 to 50 degrees Celsius”.[5]

This is true for most of hard drives on the market, either you have a Maxtor, Seagate, Samsung, Western Digital or other brands of hard drive, you should keep it under 50 degrees Celsisus ( equivalent to 122 degrees Fahrenheit)

 

4. Faulty cables:

Check your cables!

Old USB (or FireWire) cables, can be faulty and cause packet loss. Faulty cables can cause severe damage to your hardware, so check your cables and it’s recommended that you buy some new and good quality cables.

 

5. Unmatched cables:

Check your cables, again!

If you got an IDE drive, then you should check the connector to be the right one! You are using a 40-wire connector cable to connect the UDMA drive to the controller instead of the required 80-wire, 40-pin cable! Fix this and you should be finished.

Read this article from Microsoft:  You receive an error message when you save or move documents in Windows XP: “Delayed Write Failed”

 

Remaining resolutions are on the next page(s).

 

Use your mobile phone as a wireless webcam

Yes! It’s very possible to have a wireless webcam if you have a mobile phone with a camera and a bluetooth connection.


Having a bulky USB webcam with that annoying USB cable when you are on the go, with your laptop, is not always the best thing to happen to you. That’s when a wireless webcam comes in handy. wireless webcam


Talking about wireless webcams, if you’ve ever thought of it, and searched about, you know that they cost a minimum of 100 USD, and are most of the time bulky, need power supply, and are relying on a network.


Now, you can have a good wireless webcam almost for free if you’ve got a mobile phone with a camera and a bluetooth connection to your computer.


Mobiola.com offers great applications for portable devices. I’ll discuss Mobiola Web Camera in this post.


With Mobiola Web Camera, you can connect your mobile (camera) phone to your computer wirelessly and use the phone as a wireless webcam. Mobiola Web Camera, offers three methods for the connection: Bluetooth, Wifi and USB cable connection.


The installation is quite straight forward, once you get the software, you install the desktop software on your computer and you install the mobile client application, and proceed through the configuration via the wizard.


Once installed, run the client software on your phone and the desktop software on your computer, and connect your phone’s camera, with the method you prefer. Either it be bluetooth, wifi or USB cable, the software guides you through the connecting proccess.


After the connection is successful, you can use your webcam in you instant messaging software(s) like Yahoo Messenger, Skype, Windows Live and all other software that can video record from a webcam.


You might need to configure the video (webcam) options in your computer applications to use the Mobiola Webcam instead of other webcams (if available).


Some users may face error messages when running the Mobiola Web Camera desktop application. These errors include (but are not limited to)


– “cannot find import; DLL may be missing, corrupt, or wrong version
file “connAPI.DLL”, error 126

To resolve the connAPI.dll error which is related to Nokia Connectivity API, I suggest you install the latest Nokia PC Suite ( http://europe.nokia.com/A4144903 )

or download the required “connAPI.dll” file and install it on your computer. (http://www.dll-files.com/support/)


– msvcrtd.dll file missing.

Download and install the msvcrtd.dll on your computer.

Remove Conficker (Downup, Downadup or Kido)

About Conficker:

If you ever heard about Microsoft (the maker of Windows and a full bundle of problems attached to it), and if you have already heard about Conficker, or also called Downup, Downadup or Kido, I suppose that you’ve already taken steps on protecting yourself and your friends from this computer worm (or computer virus as some may call it!).


I’m writing this urgent post to warn everyone and help my dear visitors protect themselves and repair their infected computers.

Please spread the word and get people to read this article so you can help and save them! (

Immediately)


Conficker was born in October 2008, and targets Microsoft Windows Operating systems, so if you run Windows on your computer, YOU ARE A TARGET FOR CONFICKER! So, let’s get straight to the point, that is how to know if you’re already infected and how to remove the worm and how to protect yourself from later infections.

Symptomes of infection according to Wikipedia are:

  • Account lockout policies being reset automatically.
  • Certain Microsoft Windows services such as Automatic Updates, Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS), Windows Defender and Error Reporting Services are automatically disabled.
  • Domain controllers respond slowly to client requests.
  • System network gets unusually congested. This can be checked with network traffic chart on Windows Task Manager.
  • On websites related with antivirus software, Windows system updates cannot be accessed.
  • Launches a brute force dictionary attack against administrator passwords to help it spread through ADMIN$ shares, making choice of sensible passwords advisable.


The worm spreads through movable drives (USB Flash drives, Memory cards, network drives, shared devices with storage memory and networks (the internet, your office’s LAN, your home’s network…) Conficker uses the Autorun feature (if you can call it a feature!! 🙂 ) of Windows and a specially crafted RPC query to spread it self. more information and advanced technical details on how the worm operates is available on my other post: Conficker Worm, Advanced Technical Details (Coming Soon)

 

On the next page(s) I’ll discuss detailed solution to remove the Conficker virus and Patch your computer…

Conficker

About Conficker:

On October 23, 2008, Microsoft released a critical security update, MS08-067, to resolve a vulnerability in the Server service of Windows that, at the time of release, was facing targeted, limited attack. The vulnerability could allow an anonymous attacker to successfully take full control of a vulnerable system through a network-based attack, the sort of vectors typically associated with network “worms.” Since the release of MS08-067, the Microsoft Malware Protection Center (MMPC) has identified two variants of Win32/Conficker in the wild to date:

(Source: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/dd452420.aspx )


For detailed “How to remove Conficker worm” instructions, visit this post: How to Remove Conficker (On Gibni)



If you ever heard about Microsoft (the maker of Windows and a full bundle of problems attached to it), and if you have already heard about Conficker, or also called Downup, Downadup or Kido, I suppose that you’ve already taken steps on protecting yourself and your friends from this computer worm (or virus as some may call it!).

conficker_final

On February 12, 2009, Microsoft announced a U.S. $250,000 reward for information that results in the arrest and conviction of those responsible for illegally launching the Conficker malicious code on the Internet. Microsoft’s reward offer stems from the company’s recognition that the Conficker worm is a criminal attack. Microsoft wants to help the authorities catch the criminals responsible for it. Residents of any country are eligible for the reward, according to the laws of that country, because Internet viruses affect the Internet community worldwide. ( http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/dd452420.aspx )


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According to Yahoo Tech news:

“The criminals behind the widespread Conficker worm have released a new version of the malware that could signal a major shift in the way the worm operates.

The new variant, dubbed Conficker B++, was spotted three days ago by SRI International researchers, who published details of the new code on Thursday. To the untrained eye, the new variant looks almost identical to the previous version of the worm, Conficker B. But the B++ variant uses new techniques to download software, giving its creators more flexibility in what they can do with infected machines.

The new B++ variant uses the same algorithm to look for rendezvous points, but it also gives the creators two new techniques that skip them altogether. That means that the Cabal’s most successful technique could be bypassed.”

Also known as Downadup, Conficker spreads using a variety of techniques. It exploits a dangerous Windows bug to attack computers on a local area network, and it can also spread via USB devices such as cameras or storage devices. All variants of Conficker have now infected about 10.5 million computers, according to SRI.


Here’re some statistics according to SRI:  ( http://mtc.sri.com/Conficker/ )


Total IP Addresses: 10,512,451
Total Conficker A  IPs:    4,743,658
Total Conficker B  IPs:     6,767,602
Total Conficker AB IPs:   1,022,062OS Breakdown:
WinNT=0, 2000=163395, WinXP=10189556, 2003 Srv=75361, Vista=82495, Win98=44, Win95=32, WinCE=3, Other=1565Browser Breakdown:
IE5=26,525, IE6=7,494,466, IE7=2,988,039, FireFox=893, Opera=150, Safari=166, Netscape=12



conficker-2009-01-29-countries

SRI says that China is the most infected country by Conficker, and follow Brazil and Russia.

I’ve noticed that Indonesia, Thailand and India are some of the most infected countries today and people are actively searching about this virus/worm.

To note that more than 9 million computers are infected worldwide till date!

For detailed “How to remove Conficker worm” instructions, visit this post: How to Remove Conficker (On Gibni)

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.