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spanna2620
13 hours ago

I sometimes record a TV program using a USB 2.0 in spite of the obvious drawbacks, such as a 4GB USB will not fit much over an hour of Standard Definition,...

spanna2620
13 hours ago

I sometimes record a TV program using a USB 2.0 in spite of the obvious drawbacks, such as a 4GB USB will not fit much over an hour of Standard Definition,...

riffin
3 days ago

I want to give a pair of good sounding headphones as a gift, and am trying to decide between headphones that use the standard 3.5mm analog audio jack and...

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Kwise
1 week ago

I have a client with a Xerox 560 and everything is printing fine, but they tried to labels one day. As they had done in the past, they selected labels as...

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dayzsunny
1 week ago

I have a couple of decent monitors that aren’t being used, and I would like to hook them up to my Windows 7 laptop (Dell Inspiron) to make it a little more...

catamount
1 week ago

What do I need to do to clone the hard drive in my Windows 7 PC? It’s started making funny (not haha) noises of the sort that HDDs make just before they...

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penny
1 week ago
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Tags: android |
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mandril
2 weeks ago

After asking a question earlier this week, I decided to upgrade the RAM in my old laptop. Two different types of memory came up as compatible for the same...

Tags: DDR2, memory, RAM |
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jackson
2 weeks ago

I need to make sure to delete all the personal data (everything really) on a Chromebook that I am going to sell. Anyone know exactly how I go about it?

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TheCount
2 weeks ago

My laptop has started making progressively more noise. I’m almost certain that it is the fan. Is there anything that can be done to fix it, or will I have...

Tags: fan, laptop, noisy fan |
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Even four months after the Mac Pro's initial release, Apple appears to be having problems making enough of the high-end cylindrical desktop computer. The company's store currently shows shipping times of 4-5 weeks for all Mac Pro models, even the stock versions without additional customizations.
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