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Different Types Of Computer Accessories

03rd December 2010
In recent days, computers are coming with many varieties of accessories. These accessories can be brought separately because these are not the part of a computer; it is only the external device and can be purchased from anywhere. The performance of an a... Read >
Author: Marcs Smith

Xbox 360 Repair: Meaning of the Red Power Supply Light

22nd November 2009
Unfortunately, compared to other next-gen consoles, the Xbox 360's performance in the functionality over time department is rather abysmal. Something that gamers don't even want to think about are the three red lights, often referred to as "the red rings ... Read >
Author: Eric Frey

Exploring the Common Causes of Hard Disk Failure

16th September 2009
Every now and then, we deal with the pains of a dying hard drive. But do you know the causes of a hard drive failure? Most people who remain unaware of its causes are left scrambling and tinkering with their backup data every time the ticking noise is hea... Read >
Author: Travis

Dial-up Modem Gone Bad: Fix or Buy?

01st July 2009
Dial-up Internet service depends on a number of things to work properly: The Internet service provider, the access number, the phone company, the phone line to your house, the jack, splitter, surge protector, phone cord, and computer in the house, and of ... Read >
Author: Hannah Miller

Xbox 360 Repair Crash Ring Of Death - Avoid A Costly Repair Bill By Identifying It and Fixing It You

13th June 2009
Just as with other gaming consoles, the Xbox 360 can be susceptible to problems. What if I told you your power supply may be the cause of your crash and helped you fix it? Something many gamers fear is the three red lights. This is indicated by the three ... Read >
Author: Joseph Smithe

Diagnosing Bad Computer Memory

17th March 2009
Sometimes when your computer starts acting "funny" it can be a sign the memory is damaged. The good news is memory for computer systems is inexpensive and easy to replace. Why Does Memory Fail? When compared to other components, memory for computer ... Read >
Author: Christine OKelly

How Many Outlets Should I Have in Each Room?

25th June 2008
How many outlets you should have in a room is determined by your housing electrical code. Not all housing codes are the same for all states. Generally, you need to have an outlet every six feet. This is common in living rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms. I... Read >
Author: Andy Electrician
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