I love Korean food; in fact I love all kinds of food.
If you are looking for the best Korean Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, head on to Daorae Korean BBQ Restaurant located in Desa Sri Hartamas. Note that Daorae has a chain of restaurants scattered all over Malaysia and the Klang Valley but my favourite is still the headquarters which is located at Desa Sri Hartamas.
Today, I decided to have dinner there and the bottomline, it was a very satisfying dinner. The food was great and the service was excellent — as usual. My cravings for good Korean food is fulfilled by Daorae time and time again. The food here is comparable to those I tasted in Seoul.
If you are looking for the best Korean restaurant in town, look no further than Daorae Korean BBQ. Geon Bae!!
p.s. If you have had good Korean food elsewhere, please leave a note of that restaurant in the comment section below, I would love to give it a try.
It looks like the whole BlackBerry community is faced with the error “CLR20r3″ when using BlackBerry Desktop Manager version 6. The same happened to me. I was using BB DM6 just fine when one day, BAM!!! the error appeared. I have posted a screenshot of the error as above. I’m sure many of you are in the same boat as me — or rather as was I.
After reading forums, scouring blog posts, testing and experimenting on my own, here are 2 methods you can adopt to resolve your BlackBerry Desktop Manager hang (or stop responding) error:
- First – uninstall version 6 and install version 5. This method have been described as the most sensible thing to do in order to stop your hair loss.
- And second – live with the problem and use the workaround below. This is what I experimented and it worked fine for me. To me, this is a temporary annoyance until RIM releases the next version/patch.
- Plug in your Blackberry using the USB cable
- Start BlackBerry Desktop Manager (if it does not start automatically)
- Your BB DM should prompt the fatal error. Close the error windows and don’t bother to send the report to Microsoft (not that it helps).
- Pull out your USB cable and count from 1 to 5 slowly.
- Take a deep breath and exhale slowly
- Plug in the USB cable again
- Start your BB DM again
- And voila! Your synchronisation starts and you can use your DM again.
Let me know if this works for you in the comments section below.
So, you manage to connect your Mac Mini to your television, switch on the mini but you can only hear sounds coming out of the Mini’s internal speakers. You tried tuning your TV and have no idea why the sounds are not emitting through your TV. Yep, that was my experience as well until I found out that there needs to be a simple configuration that needed to output audio from my Mac Mini to my LCD TV using the HDMI cable.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Click on System Preferences
- Click on Sound listed under Hardware
- Click on the Output tab
- Select HDMI
- Turn down your TV’s volume (lest you shock yourself)
That’s all there is to it. Enjoy!