Fixed: Wi-Fi network restarts when the Google Pixel 2 is connected

Wi-Fi network restarts when the Google Pixel 2 is connected

When you have a high-end smartphone like the #Google #Pixel, being able to connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi is important. But there always comes a time when the phone fails to perform the most basic function it normally does when trying to connect to the web. In fact, we’ve received many complaints from our readers about the sudden inability to connect their device to their home Wi-Fi network.

In this post, we take a look at this issue that has been reported to us. Read on to learn more about these issues and how to troubleshoot your device if you encounter any of these issues in the future. Below is a list of issues that I have reviewed here. read more

Fixed: “Something went wrong” error when importing photos from iPhone

Why can’t I import my photos to my computer? You may be looking for an answer to this question. In this article, you’ll learn the reasons why importing photos in Windows 10 doesn’t work, and what to do if you can’t import photos from your iPhone to Windows 10.

Sometimes you need to transfer photos from your iPhone to your computer. In general, there are several ways to do this, such as iTunes, FonePaw, Windows Photos, Autoplay, etc. And the most direct way to import photos from iPhone to Windows 10 is through the Photos app. read more

Here’s how to fix Windows 10: Windows Hello not working

Here's how to fix Windows 10: Windows Hello not working

Windows Hello is a more secure way to sign in to your Windows 10 device without having to remember your password. The futuristic login technology uses biometric authentication, which provides faster, safer, and easier access to your computer through fingerprint or facial recognition while providing enterprise-level security.

You can use this biometric data to connect to devices, applications, or online networks. You can also pair a Bluetooth device, such as a smartphone, with your computer and use the Windows Hello dynamic lock feature to automatically lock your computer. read more

Solution: Malwarebytes runtime error – Could not call proc

Malwarebytes runtime error - Could not call proc

Malwarebytes execution error is a common problem that occurs when installing an application on a Windows computer. How to get rid of the installation problem? Make it easy for yourself. In this article, you will learn about possible solutions to this error.

When you try to install Malwarebytes on a Windows computer, you may see an error window with the error message: runtime error (at xx: xxx): could not call proc.

In most cases, this error is related to the %TEMP% folder. Malwarebytes for Windows during installation should store files in the %TEMP% folder. If this folder is on the network or on RAMDisk (Random Access Memory Drive), a runtime error will occur during Malwarebytes installation. read more