About Me

Hi, there.

How’s it going?

I’m Amit. Being a fond of linking seemingly random things to work out a relation between them, I practically “figured out” how to format a PC as a child. And that was the starting of an amazing adventure in a completely unknown universe of computer software for me. I’m still exploring.

Well, naturally, some tests *did* fail and my parents weren’t quite glad when the PC didn’t boot up. 😐 But hey, that does count as an experience. Ha! Never mind.

The Blog

This is my first blog. Although I’m planning to keep posting as much stuff as I can, it may not work out that way. I’ve switched permanently to Linux about 5 months ago (and it’s a very, very, very fascinating OS) and the transition was huge. I’m still exploring, still learning new amazing things this platform offers.

I love theorizing through observation and testing to validate these theories. And if you’ve made it this far reading it all, I love you too. πŸ™‚ That’s all.

Wish you anΒ awesome day!

6 thoughts on “About Me

  1. hey Amit i m in great trouble.. hope u willl help me out.. i recently purcahsed sony SVE15138CNS.. now its showing a blue screen if i use for 5 mins with error msg bad pool caller. and restarts and same happens again.. I I tried reseting and also tried to instal a clean windows 8. but i m not able to boot from usb or dvd.. 😦 pls help me…

    • Hello, Nidhin.
      Blue screens generally occur due to a driver conflict, which I suspect the most in this case is Display adapter. This is all I can tell right now. I’ll see what I can do to help you, but you will have to provide some more information.

      1. Which OS do you currently use? What was the OS your laptop came loaded with? Did they provide any OS and driver installation DVD along?

      2. Did you change the order of boot device priority from BIOS before you tried to boot through USB or DVD?

      3. Have you made any driver/hardware changes recently? Like updating the driver software, installing a new webcam, printer or any other device?

      4. Open Disk Management from start menu in case of Windows 7
      (or simply type in disk management in start screen and select the option from settings in case of Windows 8)

      There, do you see any recovery partition? It’s usually of the size of 15-20 GB, with no drive letter associated with it.


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