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Technology News: How a Hard Drive Works

17th April 2012
Let's get back to fundamentals. It is amazing how many people, technology news professionals or not, have no idea how their computer's hard drive – the basis of the long-term storage on your system – works. Understanding how it operates will make it eas... Read >
Author: Aks Interactive

Printed Circuit Board (PCB)

16th February 2011
Electrical circuit created by laying (printing) ‘tracks’ of a conductor such as copper on one or both sides of an insulating board. The Printed circuit board was invented in 1936 by Austrian scientist Paul Eisler, and was first used on a large scale in 19... Read >
Author: Krystal Austin

Do You Know How To Replace Your Shaver Parts?

15th June 2010
What are the different shaver parts that are inside an electric shaver? Do you know how to take them apart? Do you know when you should clean them? Do you know why you should own this type of shaver? Read this article for shaver parts details. There ar... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

How to Read Zener Diode Code

02nd December 2009
Many technicians are confused on how to really read a zener diode code. There are many types of code number indicated on it's body. The look and shape of a zener diode sometimescan be mistaken to be a normal signal diode. To differentiate it, is by lo... Read >
Author: VineetB

The Right Way To Discharge Capacitor In Switch Mode Power Supplies

02nd December 2009
Switch mode power supply contain some large filter capacitors that can hold dangerous charges even if the unit has not been used for several days. Typical values of this type of filter capacitor are 220uf 250volt and 330uf 400volt! If you are going to w... Read >
Author: VineetB

Pen Drive - History And Facts

27th November 2009
Often referred to as a jumpdrive, the pen drive is a portable flash memory solution, designed to transport data files from one computer to another. The product can carry audio, video and data files, and is brilliantly simple; all the user has to do is plu... Read >
Author: Roberto Sedycias

Hard Drive Crash Due to Overheating and Data Recovery

19th August 2009
Overheating is an extremely serious issue for the computers and their hard drives. Heat is a high contributing factor to hard drive crash and data loss. PCB (Printed Circuit Board), disk platters, spindle motor, disk controller and other internal parts of... Read >
Author: Andrew Juan

Resolving hard disk controller failure

11th May 2009
A laptop hard drive is a non-volatile storage media that stores your precious data in binary form. Physical corruption in Laptop hard drive primarily occurs due to accidental dropdown, electrostatic shocks, head crash, natural disasters, PCB (Printed Circ... Read >
Author: Serves Best
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