Technology Tips & Tricks

Enable AVI Subtitles on PS3

The Playstation 3 only supports hard coded subtitles. So if you’ve got an AVI video file and a separate subtitle...
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Firefox – Firebug icon missing

Problem: After installing the Firebug extension for Firefox the icon is not available. When checking the installed extensions, Firefox indicates...

    Play MKV Files on PS3

    So you’ve got a PS3 and a nice high definition MKV movie file and the PlayStation won’t list or play...

      Free Data Recovery Tools

      The following applications could be helpful for recovering data from hard drives or USB drives. ADRC Data Recoveryhttp://www.adrc.com/software/data_recovery_tools/ ADRC Data...

        Free CD/DVD ISO Emulator

        Microsoft have produced a free (and unsupported) CD emulator. With this tool you are able to create a virtual CD...

          How to customise MSI installers

          An MSI file is a software installation package format that can include files, commands, instructions, registry settings etc. The following...

            Batch File Scripting

            Batch files are plain text files with the extension .bat. They are executable, and contain commands. They are DOS based,...

              How to extract MSI install files

              An MSI file is a software installation package format that can include files, commands, instructions, registry settings etc. Often the...

                How to disable ads in uTorrent

                I normally wouldn’t advocate blocking ads. Ads create revenue and allow programs, websites and services to be offered for free....

                  Sysprep issues and solutions

                  Sysprep is a fantastic tool which can be used to create base images for one or many hardware types. Unfortunately...

                    Regex to select table from HTML content

                    The following regular expression (regex) will select a table from HTML content. <table.*>(.|\n)*?<\/table> What about case sensitivity? e.g. <TABLE> Use...