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MrsMith
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My HP Windows 7 laptop has stopped charging when it is plugged in. I like the laptop ok, although I don’t care for the AC jack. How can I narrow down the...

stephenb
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My daughter is studying Japanese, and one thing I learned from when I was studying German years ago was that as much immersion as possible really helps with...

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HP is going to release really inexpensive Windows 8 laptops in the $200 range soon. My past experiences with low-end Windows devices has been mixed at best...

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I am looking at a new 2.5” HDD for a laptop, and am trying to choose between two different designs - a conventional 7200rpm drive or a 5400rpm hybrid SSD....

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I need to format an SD card to FAT32, and was wondering if I can do that with my Chromebook. It has an option to “format device” but it doesn’t allow you to...

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What does Google do with the files that you have in cloud storage if your subscription expires and you are over the free limit of 15GB that every gets for...

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I need to reball a GPU. Which is the better choice for solder, leaded or lead free?

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TheCount
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JOiseau
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Is there a way to play YouTube videos in slow motion? There has to be a better way than my “rapidly pause and unpause” method, which doesn’t work very well...

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