Hi guys… I don’t know whether its already posted somewhere else… but I found out a nice trick to resume the stuck Mega Downloads.. (mega.co.nz)
Are you facing issues like:
- Mega stuck download
- Mega stuck at 100 percent
- Mega stuck at 0 percent
Here goes the findings: I started to download a file (~1 gb size) on my PC last night… I woke up in the morning to see the download was stuck at 27%… I was unhappy about it and I put my PC on ‘sleep’ mode… brushed and had breakfast..
Then I started the PC and saw the message on the stuck mega download as ‘temporary error – retrying’ and my download started again!!
But after that my download had stuck again at 69%… again did a quick PC ‘sleep’ and started again… got the retrying message and download started…
In short – Do this to restart your ‘Stuck’ Mega Download:
1. If the download is stuck – DO NOT close / refresh the browser or tab
2. Put your PC on ‘Sleep’ mode
3. After PC goes to sleep… then start the PC again
4. Mega will show ‘Temporary Error – Retrying’ Message
5. Voila! Your download resumes
If you find this article useful, kindly read my other articles. In case of any questions, I’ll be happy to help! – Thanks! 🙂
HP Compaq V3000 disassembly – a video guide to open up your laptop
You can also CLICK HERE to see the video on YouTube
The same applies to all Compaq v3000 and v6000 series laptops. You can open to replace the DVD-RW drive, Hard disk drive ( HDD ), as well as replace the RAM on your laptop.
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WhatsApp and BBM are two competing messengers. While BBM was the first mover, WhatsApp caught up and became more popular due to its ease of making friends and cross-platform compatibility. With BBM launching on iOS and Android, the scenario becomes very interesting – lets see the difference!
1. WhatsApp ties to the phone number of the user whereas BBM has a unique BBM PIN (Personal Identification Number): While this is debatable on which is better… WhatsApp is simpler to set up and finding other WhatsApp users is very easy using your own phonebook. Hence, you can get connected and start messaging instantly.
On the other hand BBM assigns each user a unique BBM PIN which is used to add a new user. While it is more secure than giving out your phone number, but it takes time to build your BBM friends list and may get cumbersome if you have many friends.
2. BBM has a “Message Read” indicator whereas WhatsApp only has message delivered symbol (2 checkmarks): Well this one is the main difference between the two… the BBM is more precise on when the user reads the message (on top of that, it also shows if the message has been delivered). The BBM has a Blue ‘D’ symbol for delivery and a Green ‘R’ symbol indicating the message has been read.
WhatsApp on the other hand shows 1 checkmark if the message is sent to the WhatsApp server and 2 checkmarks if the message has been delivered to the recipient.
3. Web Access – WhatsApp vs BBM:
WhatsApp has launched web.whatsapp.com and it allows to connect your phone and access all messages on your computer via Chrome Browser.
BlackBerry has a software called “BlackBerry Blend”, which helps access emails, BBM messages, and calendar entries on your PC, Android tablet and iPads. This was launched with the release of the BlackBerry Passport phone.
According to an article published by a website called “The Gadgetmasters” –
Skype Provides Only Mono Audio; Audio on Facetime Described As “Garbled”
and “BBM Video Provides Stereo and Wide-Band Audio” Link to the full article HERE
4. BBM has “BBM Channels” – BBM Channels is a micro social network where the users with similar interests come together. Its almost like a Facebook Fan Page but is more intuitive and tightly integrated with BBM. BBM channels will be coming in early 2014 to cross platform devices (Android and Apple) and is currently limited to BlackBerry Devices. Blackberry had acquired a company called ScrOOn to improve BBM services.
Its said “Prevention is better than cure”
In the same sense its very important for you to protect your e-mail account from being misused or hacked.
You’d probably be wondering what else can I do other than setting up a complex password to my account?
Yes – password is important and having a long & complex password is “recommended”, but only the password cannot fully protect you from intruders.
GMail has now come up with a Google 2 step verification process……just in case your account is accessed from a location that Google thinks is “not legitimate”.
Anytime within GMail, you can check your Account activity – scroll down the GMail Page and click on Last Account Activity
Google 2 Step Verification – Protect your account now!
By default, GMail alerts users if their account has been accessed from an Unknown location, but offers no protection unless you complete the 2-step verification.
You need to provide your mobile phone number in order to verify your identity and in case of any attempt to login to your account, you’ll need to provide a numeric verification code, which is sent over an SMS or phone call. (An OTP code – One Time Password)
The Google 2 step verification process will strengthen your account security and will protect your GMail account and other associated google services.
Its preferred that you always update your browser and Operating System to the latest version, and also maintain an updated antivirus software.
For Google’s 2-step Verification Process >>CLICK HERE<<
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