What do Craigslist, Reddit and 30,000 other websites have in common? They, like nearly anyone who knows anything about the internet, hate the idea of CISPA. Enough things in America have had the unfortunate experience of having congress get its hands on it. The last thing we need is a bunch of out of touch [ Read More ]
Here’s a quick how to on replacing a digitizer on a 4th generation iPad. What you’ll need: Heat Gun (optional, but makes things much easier. Metal/Plastic Spudger Guitar Picks Safety Glasses (again optional, but glass can and will fly when prying up on broken parts.) Phillips #00 Screw Driver Step 1: First thing to [ Read More ]
The reason this is done is if for some reason your optical drive disappears from your computer. This can be caused by several things, if it’s a software problem however the usual culprit is the upper and/or lower filters in the registry. This was fairly common when using Vista, it can still happen, but seems to be [ Read More ]
The dreaded BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death). It may seem like the end of the world to some people. Other people maybe certain to think that their computer is history. Thankfully it’s usually not the case. Telling someone that you system had a BSOD won’t help them in figuring out the problem if that’s [ Read More ]
If you drop things they break. Thankfully some things aren’t too terribly hard to fix. If you consider yourself someone who is good at DIY projects and feel comfortable with working on small electronics your in pretty good shape.
Along with the new start menu, Microsoft has gone ahead and added a list of new shortcuts with Windows 8. I personally find these very useful and I actually like how much quicker it allows you to navigate around Windows.
This is the prompt your greeted with when installing the office 2003 suite on Windows 7. It will keep showing up over and over again until you run the program as administrator. Thankfully it’s quick and simple.
Hard drives die, that’s just the way it is. Most of us have learned to except it, some of us are still lucky enough not to have experienced it. For those who have they’ve learned the hard way that backing things up is important. The other reason this maybe worth reading for you is if [ Read More ]
If you don’t want to watch the video it’s pretty simple. Hold the power button until you hear 3 beeps and the power light goes back to red. Hold the power button in again until you hear 4 beeps (1, 1, 2). Now you’ll plug in a controller hit the PS3 button and perform one [ Read More ]
There are times when you’re stuck with only one option to get things working correctly in Vista. That’s an in place upgrade. It’s sad that something as nice as the repair install in XP went by the way side once Vista came around, but if you’re able to get into windows you can trick it [ Read More ]