PCs do need care!

It shouldn’t be something new for you that you should care for your computer. No matter if it’s a Desktop PC or a Laptop. If you don’t care, your machine might end up with a bunch of problems. On the other hand, are common users able to care for their machine? Here’s a list of the most common […]

The SSD for daily use

My last post was about some technical facts regarding the Crest 6 Master by Angelbird where I promised to publish some results of my daily-use test with using my Lenovo W500. First of all, keep in mind that the disk isn’t running full speed as my controller only offers 223.24 MB/sec, which is about half of the disks […]

MSSQL Emergency Mode

There are a few undocumented things about the MSSQL Server 2000 missing in the knowledgebase of Microsoft. That’s a way to get a database marked as suspect into emergency mode: use[master] go execute sp_configure ‘allow updates’,1 reconfigure with override go update sysdatabases set status =32768 where name =” go

MS-SQL Recovery

There are two kinds of customers: The ones who do backups and those who didn’t have data loss yet, ignoring all good advice and best practices. However, in the end it’s always us, the IT crowd being yelled for to look at the shards and doing a miracle. A broken database at the MSSQL server is marked as […]