Friday, September 27, 2013

Snacks XP 1


Finally I got my own blender using my saved money from meal allowance. Since then, I noticed that I'm having real fun experimenting shakes and desserts from fruits and veggies. So for my own reference, I decided to document my experiments.Try and enjoy my all-in-the-kitchen recipes :)

RecipeName: Ang Bananang Maharrot


1 pc Riped Banana
1/4 pc Carrots
1 cup Evaporated Milk
1 tablespoon Brown Sugar
Peanut (optional)
Puto Seko (optional)

How to prepare: 

1. Make a carrot paste by mixing the carrots, milk, and sugar. Set aside.
2. Slice the banana in a bite size and put it in your container.
3. Add the carrot paste.
4. Top it with minced peanut.
5. Add the puto seko as desired.
6. Let it freeze or cool at your refrigerator.

I don't eat carrots. But with this, I ate plenty enough :)

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Tarpaulin: Nicole @ 4

This is one of the fastest tarp I made.. 5 minutes I guess! Pauwi na kasi from duty bago natapos yung kay MJ. Pero chox lang, ang cute kasi ni Nicole! Regards to her mama Jem :)

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Tarpaulin: MJ @ 4

This is for the unico iho of our HR and my friend, Ate H (Dyo). Thanks sa birthday pasalubong na salad :)

Friday, June 14, 2013

AutoCAD Anti-Virus Protection: Remove Cambodia Pop-up Message Virus

I was pressured yesterday when our President approached me asking for help with her laptop. She showed me her AutoCAD displaying the message "24 Provinces and Municipalities of Cambodia have been protected with anti-virus software." multiple times.

"It is a virus.", I concluded and promptly scanned the laptop. But unfortunately it didn't help. The next thing I did is uninstall the AutoCAD program and replaced it with a new one. But, again, no luck.

I then browse the internet and found out the solution for my problem. Then my problem is resolved.

How to Remove The Cambodia Pop-up Message Virus in AutoCAD 

NOTE: Before downloading the "AutoCAD_Anti-Virus_Protection.exe", be sure to temporary disable your
anti-virus or else this won't work.

1. Download and extract the AutoCAD_Anti-Virus_Protection here.

2. Run the file "AutoCAD_Anti-Virus_Protection.exe"

3. Open any AutoCAD applications and click OK/ESC when prompted with the pop-up message "24 Provinces and Municipalities of Cambodia have been protected with anti-virus software." until it disappears.

4. In the Command pane found in the lower side of the Autocad window, type the command "ap"

5. A dialog box will appear. Browse the file "C:\AutoCAD_Anti-Virus_Protection" and click "Load". Also, browse for the file "C:\AutoCAD_Anti-Virus.fas" and click "Load". After the two files have been selected, click "Close"

6. The cleaning scripts will run and wait until it will display the message "Total Infected files were found and removed." indicating the number of files cleaned.

7. Close AutoCAD window.

8. Restart your pc/laptop and reopen any AutoCAD file. The virus should be gone.

Helpful links:

Back-up or Restore your Blogger Template

Messing up the template of your blog is a big no-no. You must (always) secure a back-up. Creating a back-up or restoring your blog template in Blogger is easy. Just follow the following steps.

1. Log-in to your blog and select which blog you would like to back-up/restore.
2. In the left pane, click Template.

3. On the upper right, click Backup/Restore.
4. Select Download full template to back-up your template or Choose File and Upload to Restore your template.

5. Viola!

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Civil Service Exam Success!

I've been longing to take this exam since first year in college until finally, after so many years, I took the Civil Service Commission Paper-Pencil Test Professional Level (CSC PPT-Professional) on October 21, 2012.

The Review.

It's been one-and-a-half year since I finished my course BS in Information Technology and now my mind seemed to rust!

"It must be easy", I thought. But during my first reviews (self review) I scored less than fifty percent of the items. I was  bit shocked and it lessen my confidence in passing the exam. However, this triggers me to review harder.

The Testing Center.

You must (if possible) visit your testing center the day before the examination. I am thankful I did that!

I took my exam in an unfamiliar school and locating my designated room gave me some trouble. I took my camera with me and took a shot on this map (left map) and followed the direction. But, unfortunately, I was lost and came back to the starting point to re-follow the map. Funny, but true.

I admit I am not good in direction. T_T

The Exam. 

Conquer the Time. 2-Hour exam for 150 items. As I can remember there are 20 for personal questions and 130 for the exam proper. I reviewed so the test questions are not so hard for me. Yet, the time-limit twisted the situation and made the exam a bit harder.

I was not able to read all the questions since I got no enough time! What I did is answer the questions   where I seem confident to answer -the Math problems and analysis. That's the trick I've learned in taking exams :)

The Result. 

I've waited more or less 45 days for the result... and Thank God I did it! :)

For the complete list, visit the following:
Civil Service Commission