CPU Components

Connect the CPU Components



Motherboard Components

Motherboard Components

USB Protection

USB Data Protection

Wifi Printer

Wifi Printer Setup

Friday, July 1, 2011

Keep your laptop cool

Keeping your laptop cool is essential to lengthening the machine's life. Laptops may overheat for several reasons, the most prevalent being because it is dirty or the fan has malfunctioned. Overheating frequently can cause internal damage to your laptop's motherboard and prevent the computer from functioning properly or at all. Implement these techniques to keep your laptop cool.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Connect My Laptop to an Audio/Video Receiver

 Audio/Video receiver can be used to act as a media center for your home theater system. The improvement in cabling technology has made it possible to export the audio and video from your computer's graphics card to your external devices with just a single cable. The entire hook up takes only a minute or two and you can be enjoying your digital media files on your TV or sound system.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Record Stereo to a Computer With GoldWave

Most stereos have an RCA output that you can connect to the computer's sound card; if not, you can use the stereo's mini-plug headphone jack to send audio to the computer. After connecting the stereo to your PC, you can record its audio output using the GoldWave audio editor. GoldWave is capable of recording CD-quality WAV audio without any additional plug-ins, and a free trial version of the program is available from the developer's website.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Steps to Upgrade a Computer

The demands of computer software only rise with time, and if you have an older machine, you may no longer be as happy with its performance as you once were. It is time for an upgrade. However, the process of upgrading a computer can be daunting for those who do not do so regularly. 

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Differences Between Regedit and Regedit 32

Microsoft's Windows NT-based operating systems include two utilities for editing the registry, Regedit.exe and Regedt32.exe. While each performs essentially the same functions, there are subtle differences between the two that may have varying levels of importance depending on the specifics of your administrative computing needs. 

Barebone Kit

A barebone computer is a partially assembled platform or an unassembled kit of computer parts allowing more customization and lower costs than a retail computer system. They are available for desktop computer, notebook and server purposes, and in nearly any form factor. Manufacturers are also able to produce systems of a specialized or non-standard form factor, since the system is sold as a pre-built unit, with the motherboard and power supply already installed. 

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Reset a Dell Axim Password

Reset a Dell Axim Password

Password reset in Dell Axim can be done by hard resetting the PDA. Doing a hard reset wipes everything in the device, including the password. Once you complete the hard reset, the phone is a blank slate. You can set a new password on the Axim, and restore the data from your computer using the synchronization software that came with the device. 

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