February 18, 2009

How to Make an Email

A tutorial on how to make an email.

Go to your Email service provider. There's a lot of them out there. Like Yahoo!, Gmail, hotmail, AOL, plus many more. In this tutorial, we are going to use . Email service provide by Google.

Click the Gmail logo above. You'll be redirected to the email. After that, you'll be presented with the Login screen. From here, click the Sign-up text.
Click here For Preview.

You'll land on this page. see below.
Gmail sign-up
Fill all the necessary field, and register.
Voilla!!! you have your Gmail email account.

once complete, you'll be directed to your inbox. Later time, if you want to access your email account, just go to Google, and at the top of the screen, click Gmail. Or, alternatively, just type gmail.com at your address bar in your browser. Fill your email address at Username, and your Password.
See Below.
Gmail login

Have Fun with your new email!!

February 14, 2009

Nico Robin

A collection of picture of Nico Robin from One Piece anime/manga

Wanted Nico Robin

This is the latest photograph of Wanted poster for Nico Robin.

Nico Robin Sexy Spirit

This is a Fan art from Deviant Art made by griever1186

Nico Robin naked

Another picture of Nico Robin. Got this picture from hongfire.com

Nico Robin Cosplay

Fans 'Cosplaying' Nico Robin. I don't know who is this lady but theres a name in this picture, EvilSiren.

Nico Robin

Some dudes at mangaka.de draw this cool pics of Nico Robin

Nico Robin Wallpaper

Reemee from Deviant Art created this nice wallpaper.

Wallpaper of Nico Robin

February 6, 2009

Fix AVG error when installing Kaspersky

When installing Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS) or Kaspersky Anti-Virus (KAV), the following “Incompatible Software” window during the setup process wizard will stop and prevent successful installation Kaspersky product. The error that fails the installation of KAV or KIS claims that “Attention! Some incompatible software is installed on your computer. These applications cannot be used together with Kaspersky Internet Security 2009. In order to proceed with the installation, remove these applications.” with AVG 8 the most common listed application.

The “Next” button is disabled and grayed out at this stage, causing user to abandon the setup can cannot or unable to install KIS or KAV. The stop interrupt error happens despite no AVG security software program has been installed on the system previously, or AVG AntiVirus or other product has been uninstall before Kaspersky installation is started.

If user selects and highlights the incompatible software (i.e. AVG 8) from the list and clicking the “Remove” button, it will launch Add or Remove Programs. Then another dialog box prompts “In order to proceed with the installation, please remove incompatible software (it is recommended to reboot your computer after uninstallation). Then run the installation again.” There is no way to install Kaspersky without hack.

Kaspersky setup installer has a switch that allow users to forcefully bypass detection of incompatible software during installation of KIS or KAV. But the process can be tedious for novice computer users. The more direct, and easier way is probably to edit the Windows registry to remove any reference keys to AVG software.

To delete all registry keys with reference to AVG security product, run Registry Editor (regedit). Navigate to the following registry key branches:


Right click on AVG and AVG8Uninstall respectively, and select Delete to remove the AVG related registry keys. These are two known registry keys that installed by AVG, and should only be removed if there is no longer any AVG programs installed on the PC. User can also click on Edit menu and use Find command to search for AVG related registry keys, but make sure to use common sense to identify which keys is belonged to AVG and which is not. For example, “AVGeneralNotification” is system added key, and should not be deleted.

Once removed, run the Kaspersky setup installer again to install KIS or KAV, and it should works properly now. Note that if you’re encountering incompatible software with products from other vendors as compiled by Kaspersky, such as security software from Agnitum, AhnLab, ALWIL Software, Ashampoo, Authentium Command, Avira, BitDefender, CA, ClamWin, Comodo, Dr.Web, ESET, F-Prot, Grisoft, Lightspeed, McAfee, Norman, Panda, Sophos, Symantec, Trend Micro and etc, just look at the similar registry location to any related registry key for removal.

For user who doesn’t want to risk editing the registry and want to play safe, it’s possible to download and install CCleaner, a freeware, and then use CCleaner to delete all orphan registry entries left behind by AVG and other softwares after uninstallation.