Could not find USBtiny device (0x2341/0x49)

By | June 1, 2016

If you get above error message while trying to burn new bootloader to your Arduino board in Arduino Studio follow those steps to resolve it. Make sure that Programmer option is set to Arduino as ISPNOT as ArduinoISP. Also verify if the port is correct. Now you can select Tools / Burn Bootloader

Fix – It looks like your Jetpack connection is broken

By | March 29, 2016

unknown_token: It looks like your Jetpack connection is broken. Try disconnecting from then reconnecting. This problem might happen when you restore your blog from backup. This is not a big problem. You just need to obtain new fresh token from Jetpack site. Easiest and fastest way to do it is to simply disconnect and connect again your… Read More »

Loop YouTube videos with just two clicks

By | March 21, 2016

We all have those videos on YouTube that we love so much we want to listen to it all over again, whole day. Now it is easier than ever! See how to loop YouTube videos with just two clicks! Right click anywhere on the video player. Menu will show up. Click Loop on it. Enjoy your music!

Change CD/DVD drive letter in Windows

By | March 15, 2016

Some people get used to drive letters that they have for a long time. Installing new storage device might break it. Here I will show you how to change your CD/DVD drive letter in Windows. This guide also applies to other drives. Go to Computer Management and click Disk Management Right click drive and select Change Drive Letter… Read More »

Total Commander not showing new files on FTP

By | February 29, 2016

By default Total Commander caches list of folders and files of the FTP server so that you could navigate faster. This can cause a problem when you want to view newly added files or folders as they wont be shown. To fix it simply re-read the source. Go to Show menu item and click at the very bottom… Read More »

Show Hidden and System files in Total Commander

By | January 17, 2016

By default Total Commander does not show hidden and system files. This is to protect users from messing up Windows by deleting or modifying important files. Also as those files are there not for everyday users, Total Commander hides them to provide clean view on files. But sometimes you need to view them to debug or fix some… Read More »