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Read Write Head change Tool to Recover Data from Damaged Read/write Head

26th January 2011
Hard disk is a magnetic disk to store computer data. Hard disk has platters with two read/write heads on each side. These read write heads can not work independently because all heads have single access. If hard disk's read write head touch the surface o... Read >
Author: Sweta mittal

The 4 Main Types of Piracy and How to Prevent Them

17th January 2011
Generally there tend to be a number of various sorts of piracy you need to be aware of. Listed below are four of the most popular ones: 1) User This kind is when an employee who works for the technology company makes illegal copies of the software... Read >
Author: jackjreynolds

Importance of CCTV cameras

07th January 2011
The need for closed circuit cameras, television has intensified in recent years. Today organizations are both business and homeowners to incorporate the use of cameras CCTV for the purpose of monitoring safety. Increased demand has given birth to a fu... Read >
Author: sheilawilsnn

Pc Laptop Computers - Criteria for Choosing Laptop Computers

01st September 2010
Laptops today are becoming very necessary due to the highly mobile world. Many people today are seeking for information everywhere and every time when they are in business time or what other times. When buying laptops, many choices exist. This is due to t... Read >
Author: youssef Edward

How to Resolve Error 7903 damaged MS SQL Server 2008?

18th August 2010
Are you facing corruption issues when you work on the MS SQL Server 2008 database? If yes, then do not worry as lot of other users face this problem as well. There are some in-built workarounds that fix the corruption problems in the database. At times, t... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Advantages and Disadvantages of Dell and Hewlett Packard

10th August 2010
Dell and HP are known worldwide for providing exceptional and technologically advanced laptops and desktops. Not only computers, even their printers, scanners and peripheral devices are highly rated. Even though both these companies enjoy a steadily growi... Read >
Author: James Langer

Causes and resolutions for corrupt partition in Windows XP

05th August 2010
Disk partitioning is referred as the term that is used to divide the hard disk into several (at least two) logically separated storage spaces, called partitions. These partitions are useful in many aspects such as creating separate space for user files an... Read >
Author: k madhav

Troubleshooting Game Lag Issue With Laptop

09th July 2010
Currently, a fair number of avid online gamers complain that their Lenovo and HP laptops get intermittent system lag in some of their higher-end games and music. Their laptops are the latest types, video cards are at least 105M model, normally which is mo... Read >
Author: mollysmith1982

Resolving 'IN_PAGE_ERROR' Running Microsoft Office Setup

26th May 2010
File system and hard disk issues can root from a variety of problems, including power outages, improper system maintenance, virus infection, human errors, and hardware problems. When these problem occurs, the consequences are directly reflected in operati... Read >
Author: k madhav

How to compress PST files in MS Outlook 2000?

17th May 2010
Compressing an Outlook PST file means to eliminate deleted item space or unused or extra space from PST file and as a result PST file size gets reduced to a large extent. In this article we would be learning how to compact and compress PST file (Personal ... Read >
Author: mergetool

Factors Affecting CPU Speed and Performance

30th April 2010
Opposite to what most people know, the speed of the Central Processing Unit or CPU does not indicate good CPU performance. There are several internal and external factors that have impact on the performance and also on the performance of the entire system... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Difference Between Erasing, Formatting, and Wiping

22nd April 2010
A normal computer user follows numerous ways to ensure that his/her data is permanently deleted and can not be accessed by anybody. Few common techniques followed by a user to erase all the data are, emptying the Recycle Bin, Shift+ delete operation, and ... Read >
Author: mnkstllr

Partition repair after conversion of dynamic disk to basic disk

16th April 2010
We all know that hard drive partitions are created using MBR (Master Boot Record) partitioning scheme in Microsoft Windows OS environment. MBR's function is to list and store primary partition entries in the Partition Table. Any number of partitions of ha... Read >
Author: mergetool

Improve PC Performance - 6 Tips You Should Understand

22nd March 2010
Most programs come with their own uninstaller. You'll find this under the program's entry in All Programs, from the Start menu. If the program doesn't come with its own uninstaller, open Control Panel from the Start menu, and double-click Add/Remove P... Read >
Author: Forest Mcbride

Solve Windows Error 'unable to determine volume version and state'

18th March 2010
A hard disk file system is a method that hard drives uses to store and manage all the data it contains. NTFS is one such file system that employs index structure using B+ trees to locate the stored data. Once the file system gets corrupted, a user experie... Read >
Author: k madhav
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