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is there any pendrive in the market, which has built-in password security? You can not access it without password. Suggest a brand name and it aprox. cost for 8 and 16GB.
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My monitor is nice a large and clear, but one corner has a problem with backlight bleed. Whenever the image on the screen is dark, it has a light corner...
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Are the terms pretty much interchangeable, or is there an actual hardware difference between the two?
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I just spilled a can of Coke on my PC's keyboard. I’ve unplugged it and have it upside down on paper towels. What else can I do to clean it so that I don’t...
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