Friday, May 13, 2011

It Fixed it for me - Windows Update Not Working

I recently had a client pc brought to me that would not run Windows Updates.
I initially though it was Malware or Spyware or Virus related so I was a bit puzzled after running my usual assortment of tools (Malwarebytes , Super Antispyware and others...) as to why Windows update would still not run.
It turned out that the some dll files were not longer registered ( possibly from some older previous infection )

To get Windows Update working again I opened a command prompt and ran the following

regsvr32 wuapi.dll
regsvr32 wuaueng.dll
regsvr32 atl.dll
regsvr32 wucltui.dll
regsvr32 wups.dll
After each of the above there should be a message about successfully registering the dll.
Once they were all registered Windows Update worked again.

As usual this may not be the only way to solve the issue but "It Fixed It for Me"

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Monday, May 9, 2011

Klok 2.3.2 now available - Google Docs Integration

We just posted version 2.3.2 which includes some often requested features/bug fixes.

  • Right click delete from Time Entries tab bug fixed. Right clicking an item before left clicking to select it will now allow you to delete from the context menu.
  • New "Quick Comment" button in the "working on area" for current timer item. Click the small comment icon to open a box where you can update the comment on a running timer.
  • Save timesheet to Google Docs (as spreadsheet). The timesheet will automatically be converted into a Google spreadsheet. (This feature is only available in the full version of Klok - See the version comparison for other features of the full version)
  • Option to save encrypted Google Accounts settings between sessions. The settings are stored only if you select "Remember Me" and are stored in an encrypted local storage. You can tell Klok to

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

How to find linux version?

This is just a quick post about a command I recently had to look up as I was new to SUSE Linux.

To find your current Suse Linux version open a command prompt and type

cat /etc/issue

Hope it helps.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Klok Beta for Android now available on Android Market

Klok Beta, the mobile version of the popular desktop time tracking application, is now available on the Android Market. This version has been tested on various phones and the Galaxy Tablet. If you have problems on your device, let us know at support@getklok.com Please check it out and let us know what you think. Don't forget to give us a rating. Thanks.


Coming up in the final release are the ability to remove the ads using your desktop license key, synchronizing with the desktop version and additional reportiing. Let us know what you would like to see in the mobile version.

Note: You will need Android 2.2 and you must have the Adobe AIR runtime installed first. For more information about system requirements, see the Air mobile system requirements on Adobe's site.

Monday, January 3, 2011

How to Uninstall VMware Server 2 from Centos Linux

This is a quick update. I recently had to uninstall VMware Server 2 from a Centos Linux server. After a little research I found that the quickest way to uninstall (if it was installed using the RPM installer) was to run the following command

rpm -e VMware-server-2.0.0-xxxxx
You may need to substitute your current version in the above command

As usual this may not be the only way to solve the issue but "It Fixed It for Me"

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