Project management is a very serious thing. Many people in charge of projects do not use applications and tools because either they think their project is too small for using a standard project management tool or the tools available are too complicated for them. Here are 2 most easy, fun and powerful project management and collaboration tools that everyone can use.
I wanted to try out iOS development on XCode 4 but I don’t own a Mac. I am a hardcore PC user and there is a way to run Mac OS X Snow Leopard on PCs so I tried it out. Mac OS X 10.6.2 worked fine after following full detailed tutorials around the internet (RedmondPie and LifeHacker have really good ones) but I needed Mac OS X 10.6.6 because it has the App Store and support for XCode 4. There is a combo update available on the official Apple site (and in software update inside Snow Leopard) that allows to update Mac OS X 10.6.2 from Mac OS X 10.6.6 so I updated but the Mac never booted again.
After few hours of tryout, I was able to run Mac OSX 10.6.6 in VMWare on Windows 7 with fully working App Store and XCode 4. Here is the step by step tutorial to install Mac OS X 10.6.6 in VMWare on Windows 7.
I am running hackintosh on VMWare and recently when I tried to connect a USB storage device, VMWare gave the following error:
“VMWare Arbitrator Returned Error Code 4"
If you are having trouble in copying large files into your USB Flash drives then here is the simple solution. I have experienced that these days the new Kingston USB Flash Drives are giving error when copying 1 file of large size.
I have this KINGSTON 8GB USB Flash drive. When I was copying “Call of Duty Black Ops” ISO of size 7.28GB (That I ripped to run on a PC that doesn’t have a DVD ROM), It gave me the following error.
I recently reinstalled Windows 7 on my Dell Inpiron N5010 laptop and I was not able to install Wi-fi driver on it. None of the driver available on Dell support website was working for me. Following errors occurred while I tried to install the Wi-Fi driver.