The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics

The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics

Like in our real lives, we must have rules to follow with regards to the use of computers. There is a set of rules known as the Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics. Like the Ten Commandments in the Holy Bible, many of these are common sense approaches. Some keep you out of trouble, while others keep you private. No matter how you look at it, they are good to follow.

Computer ethics is based upon the promise of intellectual property; what you create with your mind is yours and yours alone, and no one else has the right to use it without your permission. The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics were created in 1992 by the Computer Ethics Institute. The commands were introduced in the paper “In Pursuit of a 'Ten Commandments' for Computer Ethics” by Ramon C. Barquin as a means to create a set of standards to guide and instruct people in the ethical use of computers. Many security organizations such as CISSP use these commands as a foundation to guide them in the use of computer security guidelines. Whether you are a computer professional, or just a casual user, it is just a good idea to follow these commands:

1. Thou shalt not use a computer to harm other people.

(In other words, do not use a computer in ways that may harm someone else).

2. Thou shalt not interfere with other peoples computer work.

(Do not use computer technology to cause interference in other users' work).

3. Thou shalt not snoop around in other people's computer files.

(Do not spy on another person's computer data).

4. Thou shalt not use a computer to steal.

(Do not use computer technology to steal information).

5. Thou shalt not use a computer to bear false witness.

(Do not contribute to the spread of misinformation using computer technology).

6. Thou shalt not copy or use proprietary software for which you have not paid. (Refrain from copying software or buying pirated copies).

7. Thou shalt not use other people's computer resources without authorization or proper compensation.

(Do not use someone else's computer resources unless authorized to do so).

8. Thou shalt not appropriate other peoples intellectual output.

(It is wrong to claim ownership on a work which is the output of someone's else's intellect).

9. Thou shalt think about the social consequences of the program you are writing or the system you are designing.

(Before developing a software, think about the social impact it can have).

10. Thou shalt always use a computer in ways that ensure consideration and respect for your fellow humans.

(Be respectful and courteous with the others when using a computer or technology).

The Commandments are short and to the point. They by no means cover every possible situation which could arise from the use or misuse of a computer. They are guidelines. Violating some of them may be a violation of law in some countries, while in others, no laws exist. Take for instance Commandment number five. Bearing false witness can mean the spread of misinformation. Is that necessarily a violation of law? It can be considering the circumstances or situation. Consider Commandment number six. Software offered on a “trial” basis typically will have features locked that would become available for use once the software is paid for. It would be illegal to modify the code so that one can use those features without paying for them. On the other hand, what if someone downloads the program with the features already unlocked? Did they steal the software even though it was offered as a free download from a third-party site? That would depend on whether or not the person downloading knew it was a pirated copy.

As you can see, these Commandments can become a bit tricky depending on the circumstances. But as a general rule, practicing common sense while using a computer will usually keep you out of trouble.

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The BlueAnt Q1 – Sleek Design, Voice Command, and Affordability in a Bluetooth Device

If you are the type of person who is always on the go, utilizing a Bluetooth device from BlueAnt Bluetooth is a way to maintain quality audio for your phone, while maintaining the comfortability of a hands-free device. The BlueAnt Q1 is a great, inexpensive option to meet the needs of Bluetooth users by offering great sound quality, ease of use, and long battery life.

The BlueAnt Q1 was one of the first models designed by BlueAnt, and still offers some of the best features available for hands-free devices. By using the device, the user can maintain the connectivity to the cellular phone while enabling versatility and mobility including good wind resistance.

The design is impressive for the BlueAnt Q1, as its sleek design is not too bulky, and it offers a variety of fits for the ear. You can use the hook for over the ear wear, as well as swapping out the different size earpieces for those who like the look and feel of a Bluetooth device without the use of the hook. And likewise, if you need to replace the parts, you can get the replacement earpieces and hooks for the BlueAnt Q1 either from the company directly or from a number of retailers.

Set up for the BlueAnt Q1 is simple, and there is a guide that gives you step-by-step instruction on how to pair the device with your phone. Whether you use an Apple iOs phone, or Droid, Blackberry, or Microsoft, the Q1 will be able to pair with any phone. The setup guide for the BlueAnt Q1 comes standard in the device kit, or you can download online in.pdf format.

Regarding the many features of the BlueAnt Q1, you will be able to charge it with the micro USB charger and this can be used in an electrical outlet or the adaptable plug will also charge right from a USB port on your computer. The technology and voice activation of the BlueAnt Q1 will allow you to check the battery levels on the run without guessing how much battery life is left. Most sellers will also give you a protection plan or warranty on the device.

As an avid fan of Bluetooth devices, the BlueAnt Q1 is very comfortable and easy to use. Many hands-free device users complain of phone callers being unable to hear the user clearly, but I have not had many issues with this. In fact, most callers can not even tell that you are wearing the device at all due to the heightened sound quality.

Many users also enjoy the voice command features. First, the BlueAnt Q1 will pair with your phone book entries, so calling can be done with voice and name recognition, rather than by dialing directly through the phone or by number. Secondly, the voice commands give you a variety of other features including battery life as well as paring with music and mp3's through your phone.

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What Is New in Dropbox?

Dropbox gives you the option of storing and synchronizing that is essential for many people who are keen on cloud storage options. This service has been timely updating its features but recently a major change came at its way. The update to 2.0 version has a lot more to offer. Let us find out what you get.

New version

The new version of Dropbox with the update of 2.0 comes with added buttons for accessing web based as well as local views. You will be able to view recently changed and shared files. Additionally you will see a complete new change in the appearance of UI with quick accessibility, submenu and the space. Let us see what all improvements come along with this new version.

Enhanced Menu Bar

The recent changes come across as enhanced menu bar are due to the inclusion of the new client software. As soon as you access the Dropbox folder you will see to added buttons that give you quick access to web interface and folder. You will also see a display of file like icons that depict the kind of files stored. The bottom of the menu gives you the updates about the syncing process if it is still syncing or it is already updated. A gear icon will enable you to find out the storage space available in your Dropbox and Preferences.

Sharing Made Easy

You will find enhanced sharing options to make sharing easy. As soon as you roll over your recently modified file or item it reveals a Share button. Your recently modified files can be shared with just a click on the Share button that redirects you to a Web interface to complete the process of sharing.

Conclusion

The best thing that comes with the updated version of Dropbox is the ability of effortless synchronization and the capacity of taking backup. These two amazing features make it convenient as well as appealing to technology users. Additionally it makes it easier to access and work on multiple PCs. For those who are on a look out for a better sharing and backup option the latest version is just what you need. The quick view and sharing options makes it smooth to work with. You are given the option of pro version at $ 10 monthly fee for 100GB storage. You get 2GB free storage option initially.

The only downside seems to be the option to look for the available space that is well hidden within menu options. If you are looking for additional enhancements then you will be disappointed as for now there seems to be no more updates for this version and it may take some more time to launch and be available to technology users worldwide.

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Should You Consider Encrypting Your Computer Files?

One great way to keep the files on your computer safe is by encrypting them. At first glance, this may seem tough to do. But I assure you that this is something that is incredibly easy. If you have no knowledge about how to encrypt your files, you should know that there are a few options for you.

One option of encrypting your files includes buying a special software to do it for you. This is a good solution if you want basic security, and want to protect files from being accidently deleted from your kids or spouse. And even in corporate environments, many companies are relying on third party solutions that will encrypt and protect files from others.

I can remember when I used to work at one of my older computer and IT jobs, during my first year there, the corporate IT headquarters implemented a new software that was mandatory to be installed on all users' computer. This included indoor clients, and the sales reps that I was supporting.

Appearedly this came in handy. About 3 weeks after the memo came out … a sales rep in a different location had his laptop compromised. After further investigation, the perpetrator tried to steal files from the laptop – but could not. It was the new encryption software that protected all of the information, and there was no way for the thief to steal the files.

This is the importance of encrypting your computer. If you do not have the money to invest in a good encryption software, you can use the Windows version of encryption to protect your files also. Now I will admit … doing it via Windows own internal is quite tough, and probably is not the route that you will want to try. But it's doable.

Now before you try to use Windows version of encrypting files, there are a few terms that you need to be aware of. One of them is “PGP” (pretty good privacy). This is a very popular encryption protocol for email security that is still being used on desktops and laptops everywhere. If you do not know how PGP works when it comes to email security, let me explain it to you real quick:

PGP is a program that gives your email privacy. It encrypts your email messages so that nobody but the intended person can read it. When encrypted, the message looks like a pointless mirage of text (or characters). It's been proven time and time again to be reliable, so it's something that you should consider using for your email.

You will want to encrypt your files and emails for a wide variety of reasons. You should do it to keep financial information confidential. You should do it to keep your personal files private. You should do it to prevent company files from being stolen. And the list goes on and on. Without a doubt, you will want to encrypt your files for sure.

Computer security is important, and encrypting your files is an aspect that you can not go without. In every way possible, be sure to keep your files and computer information safe.

Good luck with encrypting your computer files today.

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Full Spectrum Technical Support for Your Growing Business

Having modern technology nowdays is a boon to millions. If you are one of those people who are using a computer and the Internet for your small or medium business needs, then you might feel the whole world at your fingertips.

Of course, until something goes terribly wrong.

Have you ever experienced any of the following?
• Computer issues or concerns you are not familiar with.
• Network-related problems you know nothing about.
• Your computer suddenly runs very slowly or is sometimes unresponsive.
• You suspect a virus or something worse has entered your computer.
• You do not know anyone who is technically-capable.
• A technician you might be able to call charges a lot.
• All of the above happens at one time or another just when you have a deadline for an important customer.

In summary, problems usually occur when you are really in a rush to finish something, oftentimes involving a customer.

What if you have an online or remote technical support readily available? Would not that be great the next time you really need live tech support before you lose a customer?

In this age of Internet technology and web applications, it may seem ironic that whenever you encounter computer issues, you still call someone to come to your business site in order to troubleshoot or repair the problem. Oftentimes, the problem is solved within minutes and yet you find yourself paying an exorbitant fee to the technician. In addition, some business transactions may be lost while waiting for the technician to arrive at the site.

Technology is advanced nowdays, so technical support for SMB's provides online and remote technical support anytime, 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. It is not just any technical support, but a full spectrum of technical support from well trained, experienced, and veteran computer and network engineers. Full spectrum SMB support can take care of all of the following technical concerns and issues:

• Connection and networking, including home networks and web access.
• Problems with installation, set-up, add-ons, components, driver updates, devices, and software.
• Virus, security, and file recovery problems including privacy issues and spywares.
• Problems connecting to scanners, cameras, printers, and other devices.
• PC and software speed and optimization concerns and more.
• Mobile and gaming issues and devices including PC sync, home game systems, GPS, and MP3.

Other PC issues and concerns are covered as well, including OS, Androids, peripherals, and accessories. In short, all issues that your computer may encounter can be handled by having a tech support company that provides full spectrum SMB Support.

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Looking for an Alternative to Cable TV – See How a Roku Box May Be for You

You may have noticed as I did, that your cable or satellite TV bill was going up higher every year. I knew there must be another option out there. I looked into Home Theater PC's (HTPC) that promised the world, but appeared difficult to set up and maintain. Once I even tried it with an old desktop computer I had sitting around. The huge box did not fit well in the Living Room and many features simply would not work properly without constantly adjusting the settings, and even after that, they barely worked. I tested out the internet streaming on my Blu-ray player, even my Sony PS3, but they always seemed to be lacking.

Not long ago Roku introduced a new box promising to deliver the internet and much more to your TV. Fed up with my rising satellite bill I gave it a shot!

The little Roku box can hook to virtually any TV with an HDMI port. It delivers high definition streaming with over 700 channels to choose from.

Using this little box as an alternative to cable TV is rather simple. I suggest subscribing to Netflix and Hulu Plus as a minimum to gain access to current TV shows and some of the latest movies. Both of these services will run you less than $ 16 per month. You can use an indoor or outdoor antenna to get your local stations. If you have a Tivo or other DVR this option will be great for you.

In addition you can view pay-per-view movies and shows using Vudu or even Amazon Instant Video. If you happen to be an Amazon Prime member, they offer tons of shows and movies for free. They are the exclusive streamer for Downtown Abbey!

For music there is Pandora of course, but also Tune-In with 1,000's of radio stations to listen to.

News stations include CNN (International is live), FoxNews, Bloomberg and RussianTV which is always good for an alternative take on our news.

Set-up:

The Roku can be placed just about anywhere due to its size. Mine fits in the palm of my hand and is located adjacent to the TV where it's barely noticeable. You connect with an HDMI cable to your TV and plug it in. That's it. And remember since the connection is digital, any cheap cable is good enough. Connecting to your home network through the user interface is really straight through the settings menu. My Roku is about 50 feet away from my wireless router and gets almost a full signal.

Once you create an account online you go to your Roku screen on your TV and get the code to activate, enter it on the website and it is synced to your Roku box where you pick channels you'd like to have from their Channel Store.

How to use:

The onscreen interface is a set of icons representing various channels you select. Simply use the remote to scroll to the one you want and select it. That's it!

Channels:

Selecting channels from Roku's Channel Store is simple. The store has categories such as New, Movies and TV, News, etc. They have channels for just about everything including the following most popular:

Another great Roku feature is Private Channels. Roku allows developers to add their own channels. Providing they adhere to Roku's terms of service they provide a code you enter online and you get a new channel, and most are free. One I absolutely love is NowhereTV. Nowhere TV combines many channels from Roku's channel store and some that are not, into one interface. A nice feature using NowhereTV are many local news stations where you can watch segments of news from your hometown you may not have seen in years. There are many other Private Channels and some searching online may grant you your wish of just about everything you want to watch.

Many sports programming packages that are available on Cable are available as well. The missing big one is NFL Season Pass, however there are rumors it is in the works.

For more information with more detail and channels, see this site http://thecreativealternative.com/alternatives-to-cable/

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5 Easy Camera Tips for IOS Users

Apple users are well aware of the benefits that they get in owning an iPhone iPod and iPad. All these devices are fully capable of capturing good pictures. The picture quality is so good that it can easily replace a digital camera, as these devices are portable as well as easy to use. Additionally the camera app facilitates in capturing good shots. However to utilize it to your benefit you need to know the tips to apply for capturing better pictures and easy access to the camera functions. Let us discover 5 easy camera tips for iOS users.

Frame your subject

The most essential tip that you need to keep in mind while aiming your camera lens is the angle of the person who you are about to shoot. Follow the rule of thirds when capturing picture. For those who are shooting with other devices need to imagine a grid as for iOS users things are a bit easy. Camera App> Options> Grid Feature. This will reveal the grid on the viewfinder to allow you to apply the rule of thirds. Now position your camera to the person but a bit away from the center. If you are shooting, a video then shoot from top or bottom right or left and you will be able to capture a better shot.

Adjusting Exposure and Focus

The focus and exposure are two essential components of a camera. Focus enables in sharpening a part of image while exposure is about the brightness of an image. Camera app in your iOS device is capable of automatically adjusting the focus and exposure. However, it is not always as accurate as you might want it to be. You can manually adjust the exposure and focus in your app. For setting exposure, tap once on your image.

If you want to capture a part of a picture like capturing a macro picture where the background is blurred out then it is easy to do so with your iPhone. All you need to do is focus away from brighter area; you can also lock the exposure or focus wherever you want. Tap and hold on the point where you want to apply the effects until a blue focus box is revealed and starts pulsating. Now release it, you will find AE / AF appear below the app. Similarly, if you want to focus somewhere else on y our picture then apply the same steps. Additionally, if you want to view your recently captured images then swipe right or tap on the square shaped thumbnail on the lower left corner.

Using Flash

The purpose of a flash is to capture bright picture in uncomfortable light conditions or in dim light conditions. However, in an attempt to capture brighter image often you end up capturing resulting red-eye effect picture or blinding the person with the flash resulting in closed eyes. Therefore, it is advisable to capture from a distance not more than 6 feet away and capture image in close quarters for better results. Additionally, you can enable the LED flash light by a gentle tap on the Lightning bolt like icon.

Enable HDR

HDR or High Dynamic Range is yet another feature that is included in your rear-facing camera. Enable it by tap Options> toggle to HDR on to turn it on. HDR is a light spectrum that is similar to a sensor with enhanced capability to capture multiple light levels. You will be easily able to capture wide spectrum of lights. For example capturing a person against sunrise will help you capture the person and the color spectrum of the morning sky at the background. You have the freedom to choose and set three different modes in HDR the overexposed, underexposed and the middle.

Panorama

The iPhone 5 is equipped with the feature of panorama that helps in capturing panoramic view of anything. This comes handy in capturing seamless scenic view pictures. Go to the Camera app> Options> Panorama and you are ready to capture. The arrow indication to the right serves as a pointer to move towards right to capture a big shot. However, if you want to change directions then you can do so by tapping on the arrow and change it towards left pointer. If you are keen on panorama shooting a cascade then you just need to sweep upward.

Quick Tips

• It is easy to shoot or capture pictures with the easy to access camera icon that sits at the bottom of the screen you can alternatively use the volume rocker button.
• Switching between your dual cameras is easy with camera icon that depicts arrows around it.
• For shooting photos and videos, tap the slider for photos / videos located at the right hand side bottom of the screen.

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Going Mobile: Blessing or Curse?

Wires are annoying. Do not get us wrong, wires are secure, dependable, at irreplaceable times. But they also shackles, chains holding us to one location. They plug us into a grid, but they limit our freedom, our mobility.

As more and more people shed the incumberances of wires, the benefits of wireless, placeless living and working are becoming more salient. Certainly foremost among the advantages to going mobile is the freedom. A mobile worker can work from a crowded subway station just as well as he or she can work from an office, or from a comfortable sofa.

But lets back up. What does “going mobile” even mean?

Well, for most people it means a change of mindset. Instead of thinking about the world as divided into offices and not-offices, one begins to imagine the office as more of conceptual idea than an actual space. Work can be taken care of in the park, or on the way to the park, or while running from the police (something we'd prefer you did not have to experience).

But, more functionally, it means you're going to need to change your technology. Out goes that old dusty desktop, and in comes a slick smartphone and a lightweight laptop. Most smartphones now allow you to “tether” the internet connection that comes with the phone to other computers, like your laptop. One thing to be aware of: laptops tend to use quite a bit more data than your phone does, so you may be surprised by your first phone bill.

Going mobile also means adopting software that does not limit itself to one computer. We've talked quite a bit about “cloud computing,” so see our other articles for more information about Dropbox, Google Drive, and other free services. The advantage to these services is that, if you happen to lose your laptop, or your phone is crushed by a rampaging hippo, you'll still have all your precious documents. Further, if you plan to follow the current trend of using several different computers (laptop, smartphone, tablet, desktop), your documents will sync up across all of your devices, a very handy trick indeed.

Once all of your information is backed up on the cloud, you'll have the ability to pick up and leave at the drop of a hat. All you'll need is a single bag containing a laptop, a phone, and sometimes a small snack (because you can not eat your computers). If, for some reason, you do not want a smartphone, you can always just buy an internet stick for your laptop. Mobile internet has improved the point where it can stream video fairly well, so Skyping into a meeting from the middle of the Greenbelt may not be as impossible as it once was.

But what about the disadvantages to having an office that you always carry? Like a turtle, you can not shed your shell. There are many who like to stick to the office-desktop method of doing business, primarily because they want to be able to leave their work behind when they go home. And it's true that, when working from anywhere is this easy, it can be difficult to draw the line between, say, a nice family outgoing and an update on the yearly financials.

It's a problem that is raised again and again in discussions on the increasingivalence of smartphones and related tech: how do we separate our work lives from our home lives?

Well, there's always the power button. The solution many have is to simply shut down their work devices when they are in a home environment – effectively cutting off the business world from them. As with many things, it's good to use the technology, but equally important to keep the technology from using you.

So, as tech addicts, we constantly jump at the latest technology that makes doing business from any place easier. But as humans, we know that we can not always be connected. And so, for our sanity, we turn the cellphone off before we fire up the barbeque. After all, burgers are tastier when they are not covered in melted phone.

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The Text To Speech Generator – Is It an Unfair Advantage?

The text to speech generator, a superb tool that allows you to double your productivity, can be a great advantage in school, business, and just about any other endeavor. And, since everyone has access to it, it can hardly be called an “unfair” advantage. The bottom line is, if your life is hectic and you're looking for a way to release some pressure, stress and frustration, you might also consider using one.

What Does It Do?

A text to speech generator is an incredibly powerful and advanced tool that makes staying on top of your reading obligations as simple as turning on an MP3 player or popping in a CD. Gone are the days that a computer-generated voice sounds like a crude, television robot. Many firms today produce the highest quality and most technologically advanced voices, complete with the nuances that make speech clear and understandable; as if having a conversation with a living, breathing person right in front of you.

Easily Increase Your Productivity

Helping increase productivity is where a text to speech generator really shines. Any written text can be processed through the software and saved to an audio file formatted with a male or female voice in the language of your choice. Take this file to the gym, on a walk or bike ride, in the car on the way to work, or wherever listening to anything on a CD, MP3 player or phone is suitable. What you previously had to read, you can now listen to. In essence, you've doubled your productivity because you can now do two things at once.

The text to speech generator has an almost limitless number of applications.

Learn A Language

This is an excellent way to learn a language. Listen to someone speak the language while following along on the page. Hear the correct pronunciation of the words and experience the clarity of how the language should sound. The voices are incredibly lifelike.

Listen To The Text On Your Computer Screen

The text to speech software installs on the computer and integrates with the computer applications you select. Just click on the software icon at the top of the screen and the contents of the screen will be read aloud. This can be a serious time saver while multi-tasking. Browse the internet while audibly proof reading a document, or listen to email while doing graphics work.

Great Web Applications

Websites can use these great-sounding voices to present products and explain written details. Turning text into sound for use on a website is as simple as clicking the mouse a few times. The sound files generated by the software can be saved to disk for use on any website, and once the inexpensive software is purchased, usage is unlimited.

Market To A Variety Of Cultures And Languages

Companies with customers or audiences that speak a different language can easily benefit. Any written material can be translated via the web and processed through the text to speech generator using the appropriate language voice. The audio file can be uploaded and used in a variety of ways.

Telephone System Integration

Many companies use automated software and voices for their telephone systems. Experiencing the incredible, lifelike quality of a synthesized voice on the phone is probably a daily occurrence for many of us.

A Great Study Aid

Listen to reading assignments and class notes while walking or driving to school. Use the extra minutes while stuck in traffic to brush up on last-minute information needed for an upcoming test. Who knows, maybe listening to a textbook while you sleep will help more than you think.

With the right tools, many people have doubled their productivity. Follow the link bellow and discover an inexpensive way that you can too.

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Page_Fault_in_NonPaged_Area Windows 8 BSOD

This is a Blue Screen of Death or STOP Error. Your computer restarts automatically followed by this error message.

1. Disconnect Recent Hardware
2. Uninstall Recent Software
3. Use Last Known Good Configuration
4. Repair Registry
5. Repair Hard Disk
6. Disinfect System

Disconnect Recent Hardware

Are you experiencing Blue Screen of Death with Page_Fault_in_NonPaged_Area error after connecting a new hardware? If so, it is a kind of hardware conflict. It appears due to incompatibility or faulty hardware.

1. Disconnect recently connected hardware.
2. Check for “Designed for Windows” logo.
3. If the logo is not present on the hardware or its cover, contact the vendor.
4. Do replace hardware.

Uninstall Recent Software

BSOD Windows 8 appears due to software conflicts. A recently installed software might not be functioning properly. Uninstall it completely, delete application stored data and restart your PC.

1. Click the Start button.
2. The Start Screen appears.
3. Type “Uninstall a Program” in the Search Box. (Right hand side of the screen)
4. Click the Settings icon.
5. Open it from the Search Results.
6. Select and uninstall the recently installed software.
7. Reboot.

Use Last Known Good Configuration

Last Known Good Configuration is an option that appears under boot selection screen. It is a diagnostic feature that restores PC settings to an earlier date so that Page_Fault_in_NonPaged_Area does not appear.

1. Reboot.
2. Press F8 key repeatedly.
3. Select “Last Known Good Configuration” option. (Using arrow keys of your keyboard)
4. Press ENTER.

Repair Registry

Registry is a complex database. It contains thousands of entries. Wrong information located in the Registry causes BSOD Windows 8. Examples are invalid file references and bad shortcuts.

Scan and repair Registry to fix your problem. Page_Fault_in_NonPaged_Area will disappear.

1. Download a System Utilities software.
2. Install and run the program.
3. Under Registry Repair feature, click “Start” button.
4. The scan process starts.
5. Repair all errors detected.

Repair Hard Disk

Bad sectors of your hard disk are obstacles while retrieving file contents. When the system file contents and configurations can not be recovered, Page_Fault_in_NonPaged_Area appears. To solve this problem check and repair hard disk.

1. Open My Computer.
2. Right click your system drive, select Properties.
3. Drive Properties opens.
4. Click the Tools tab.
5. Click Check Now button.
6. Diskcheckup starts.
7. Repair all errors.

Disinfect System

Your system could have been infected by a virus or malware. Scan all partitions of your hard disk and disinfect them. Make sure to update all virus definitions. This will fix BSOD Windows 8.

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