Saturday, October 04, 2014

Type in over 90 languages with ease using Google Input Tools

Google Translate has made our lives easier by allowing us to translate the whole page in a single click. But there is still a huge void when it comes to typing in a specific language. Granted, there are a few tools to help you out with that, but nothing comes close to what Google Input Tools has to offer.
Google Input Tools lets you type in the language of your choice. Switch to typing in a different language with the click of the mouse, and switch back just as easily. The Google Input Tools extension provides virtual keyboards for over 90 languages, full IMEs or direct transliteration for over 30 different scripts, and handwriting input for over 40 languages.

Visit Below Link to Type with your own language

PLI Website Not accessible in Windows 7 OS IE8

IE8 Issues : This tab has been recovered

When using Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, you may encounter the error message: "This tab has been recovered."  The current tab is then closed and the following error message is displayed: "Internet Explorer has closed this webpage to help protect your computer."  In addition to these error messages, you may also see the error message: "Memory could not be written."

There are multiple posts on the internet which recommend disabling Data Execution Prevention (DEP) in order to resolve this issue.  DEP should never be disabled.  DEP is a security feature within Microsoft Windows which has been designed to protect the computer from malware infection.   

Typically, the cause of this issue is due to a conflict between Microsoft Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and Oracle JVM.  You may encounter this error message when using the Nvidia website which uses both Javascript and ActiveX.  To resolve this issue, please perform the following steps:
Download the MSJVM Removal Tool.

  1. Extract and then run the MSJVM Removal Tool.
  2. Reboot the computer.
  3. Using Add/Remove Programs, uninstall all instances of Oracle Java.
  4. Reboot the computer.
  5. Install the latest version of Oracle Java.

Download MSJVM Removal Tool

Another common cause of this issue is an add-on in Microsoft Internet Explorer such as a toolbar or other add-on.
  • Resetting Internet Explorer to Default Settings via Internet Explorer - Tools - Internet Options - Advanced - Reset.
  • Disable the add-on via Internet Explorer - Tools - Manage Add-ons
  • Uninstall the add-on via Add/Remove Programs.

Installation of JVM(Java Virtual Machine)

Bootable USB Thumbdrive Using Magiciso software

Make Bootable USB drive using iso to USB

  • Download Rufus, a free tool that will correctly prepare the USB drive, automatically extract the contents of the ISO file you have, and properly copy the files contained within it to your USB device, including any files in the ISO needed to make it bootable.
  • Rufus is a portable program (does not install), works on Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP, and will "burn" an ISO image file to any type of USB storage device you happen to have.
  • Note: If you'd prefer to use a different ISO-to-USB tool, see Tip #3 at the bottom of the page. Of course if you do choose another program, you won't be able to follow the instructions I've written here because they pertain specifically to Rufus.
  • Double-click or double-tap on the rufus-1.4.10.exe file that you just downloaded. The Rufus program will start right away.
  • As I mentioned earlier, Rufus is a portable program, meaning that it just runs as is. This is a big reason why I prefer this ISO-to-USB program over some of the other options out there.
  • Insert the flash drive or other USB device you want to "burn" the ISO file to into your computer, assuming it's not already plugged in.
  • Important: Burning an ISO image to a USB drive will erase everything on the drive! Check that the USB drive is empty or that you have backed up any files you want to keep before continuing.
[rufus screenshot]
  • From the Device drop-down at the top of the Rufus program screen, choose the USB storage device you want to burn the ISO file to.
  • Tip: Rufus tells you the size of the USB device, as well as the drive letter and current free space on the drive. Use this information to double-check that you're choosing the correct USB device, assuming you have more than one plugged in. Don't worry about the free space indicated since you'll be erasing the entire drive as part of this process.
Note: If no USB drive is listed under Device, or you can't find the drive you're expecting to see, there may be an issue with the USB device you're planning on using for the ISO image or Windows is having some sort of problem seeing the drive. Try another USB device and/or another USB port on your computer.
  • Leave the Partition scheme and target system type, File system, and Cluster size alone unless you know what you're doing or you've been advised to set any of those parameters to something else.
  • For example, maybe a bootable tool you downloaded in ISO format advised on its website to make sure the file system is FAT32 instead of NTFS if you're burning to USB. In that case, make the File system change to FAT32 before continuing.
  • You're welcome to enter a custom volume label in the New volume label field, but leaving it at whatever the default happens to be, or even blank, shouldn't have any impact on anything.
Note: Most bootable ISO images include volume label information so you may see this change automatically during Step 11.
  • Under Format Options, you'll see a number of... yes, format options! You can leave them all in their default state but you're welcome to select Check device for bad blocks if you have some concern that the flash drive or USB device you're using may have an issue.
  • Next to Create a bootable disk using, make sure ISO Image is selected and then tap or click on the CD/DVD icon.
  • When the Open window appears, locate and then select the ISO image you want to burn to the flash drive.
  • Once selected, tap or click on the Open button.
  • Wait while Rufus inspects the ISO file you chose. This may take several seconds or may go by so quickly that you don't even notice.
  • Note: If you get an Unsupported ISO message, the ISO you chose is not supported for burning to USB by Rufus. In this case, try one of the other programs listed in Tip #3 below or check with the maker of the ISO image for more help getting their software to work from a USB drive.
  • Tap or click on Start to start the "burning" of the ISO file to the USB device you chose
  • Note: If you get an Image is too big message, you'll need to use a larger USB device or choose a smaller ISO image.
  • Tap or click OK to the WARNING: ALL DATA ON DEVICE 'XYZ' WILL BE DESTROYED message that appears next
  • Important: Take this message seriously! Make sure the flash drive or other USB device is empty or that you're fine with erasing everything on it.
  • Wait while Rufus properly formats the USB drive so it's bootable, and then copies all of the files contained in the ISO image you selected in Step 11 to the drive.
Tip: The total time to do this depends very much on how large the ISO file you're working with is. I've had small diagnostic tools (like the 18 MB ONTP&RE ISO) take under one minute, while larger images (like a 4 GB Windows 8.1 ISO) could take closer to 20 minutes. Your computer and USB hardware speeds are a big factor here as well.

Download Two software 

Magic Iso for Taking Backup from Bootable CD/DVD

ISO to USB to Make Bootable USB using ISO File

Thanks to
Rajesh H
PA Puttur.