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Fix Acer Aspire 7740 Over Heating

Has your Acer Aspire laptop been overheating? What yo know how to fix it?  Follow these step by step instructions to fix Acer Aspire 7740 over heating. Go to Power Options Change Plan Settings Change Advanced Power Settings Scroll down the selected list and expand the tree...
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Roku Review

Have you been looking for a device that supports Netflix, Amazon Instant, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, Vudu, Pandora and Facebook in one device look no further with the Roku.  The Roku which was designed as a Netflix player by Netgear has slowly taken on a life...
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BYOD Causing Problems In Schools

Two middle school students were suspended after seeing there teacher’s topless photo on class iPad.  How did this happen, very easily the teacher accidentally synced the nude photos herself onto a school issued iPad without knowing. There has been much controversy over this situation.  The...
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Microsoft Surface Tablet

You can now preorder Microsoft’s 10.6-inch Surface tablet to at http://www.microsoft.com/Surface With prices starting at $499 for the 32GB model and $699 for the 64GB model. Both tablets are Wi-Fi only with VaporMg magnesium casing and a kickstand, and runs on the Windows 8 operating...
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Dell Launching Three New Touchscreen Windows 8 Computers

Dell revealed three new touch-enabled Windows 8 PCs designed for three different kinds of customers.  Shipping on October 26, 2012. XPS 12 Ultrabook / Tablet Hybrid – Price $1,199.99  – Specs are 12-inch display, 1920 x 1080 resolution, Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB SSD and Intel HD 4000 graphics card.  Ultrabook/tablet...
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Amazon New Kindle Fire HD

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled two new Kindle Fire HD tablets on Thursday the event was held Santa Monica, California. At the event Amazon unveiled the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD which launches Sept. 14. They also unveiled a 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD which will be available Nov....
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Reset BIOS Password Toshiba Satellite A135

Toshiba Satellite A135 have noisily added power on passwords after BIOS updates and just by random.  So I decided to find a fix and document it for everyone. 1. connect JOPEN1 (U) with JOPEN1 (T). 2. JOPEN1 there are two lines not connected to each other. 3. Two...
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Installing XP drivers on Vista or 7

1. Downloading latest drivers (v14.19.50) for XP from the manufactures site and extracting them to a separate folder 2. Booting Windows 7 or Vista in the safe mode 4. Then navigate to Device Manager -> Video Adapter (VGA compatible) -> Properties 5. Click Driver -> Update driver -> Browse -> Let me pick -> Display adapters -> Have disk -> give path to the folder...
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Disable Driver Signing

To disable windows driver signing follow these steps: 1. Run command prompt as Administrator 2. type bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS 3. Then type bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING ON 4. See security risk warning above. 5. If it doesn’t work for whatever reason you can just remove loadoptions 6....
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HP ASR Keeps Rebooting Server Fix

Most Servers have HP ASR Enabled by default. 1.Hit F9 during the server POST to enter the BIOS 2. Select Server Availability and hit Enter 3. Select ASR Status and hit Enter 4. Select Disabled and hit Enter 5.Hit Esc twice 6. Press F10 to confirm exit
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