My Blackberry Is Not Working! [Funny Video]

Here’s a sketch from BBC One’s “The One Ronnie” 2010 Christmas Special.  Can the store clerk resolve this customer’s problems? Watch to find out…

Batch Resize Photos With Shrink O’Matic

Here at GeekyProjects.com we are always evaluating software and whenever we have a recommendation worth mentioning we bring it to you. This is the case with Shrink O’Matic. Shrink O’Matic is an exceptional program designed to batch-resize photos.  It can resize a whole folder full of pictures in a matter of seconds. There are many […]

How to Repair a Damaged Partition Table or MBR

If all of a sudden your computer does not boot and you see messages like “operating system not found”, “missing operating system” or “invalid partition table”, you know there is something really wrong with the Master Boot Record (MBR). In this article I will describe how to fix it with a free and open source […]

How to Recover Data Even When Hard Drive is Damaged

  Here at GeekyProjects we have been receiving hard drives for a while from all over the world and recovering their data in exchange for donations to the site. (We even received one from a soldier stationed in Afghanistan once).   However, lately our focus has shifted towards the website itself and we no longer […]

What is svchost.exe? Is it a Trojan or Virus?

Hasn’t this happened to all of us?. You discover you have a virus, you go to task manager and you are unable to identify it but you see a bunch of strange looking svchost processes.  SVCHOST.EXE is basically a Windows program that executes dll files. DLL files can’t run by themselves; they need a program […]

Top 5 Tips You Must Know After Installing Mythbuntu

As user friendly as Mythbuntu is, there are some things you should know that will make life a lot easier when after you finish installing it. These are subjects that are not addressed in the Mythbuntu installation manual, they are things I have discovered myself and decided to share them with my readers.

Setup a Clonezilla Server on Ubuntu

At work I am solely in charge of approximately 200 computers, this has led me to become sort of an expert in cloning. I have tested many commercial packages and none come close to Clonezilla. Clonezilla has two versions: Clonezilla live, which as its name states, runs from a live CD and Clonezilla SE (Server […]

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