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How-To Build a Quiet Ultimate Gaming PC

Building a Quiet Gaming PC can be confusing for beginners that have never messed with their computers before. This How-To Guide will explain how to choose quiet components and build your next Quiet Ultimate Gaming PC. No related posts. Read More »

Making An NTFS USB Boot Disk

Ever needed access to a computer without an Optical drive, want to install Vista from USB disk, here’s how you make a USB drive NTFS bootable and can use it to install Vista from. No related posts. Read More »

How to Run Linux in a Virtual Desktop

Have you ever wanted to install Linux, just to see what its like without actually setting up a dual boot? Or maybe you’d just like to try Folding@Home from a Linux install. Read on as we show you how to set up a Virtual PC from within Windows. No related posts. Read More »

How-To: Making a Bart PE Disk

Have you ever been in a situation where you were trying to fix a friend’s computer, or yours for that matter, and the PC had so much spyware that it locked up and prevented you from running any tools?  Or maybe you’ve had a situation where you couldn’t even boot into Windows because Windows was corrupt or missing a file.  I have and it’s not fun.  Fortunately, a friend told me a couple years ago about Bart’s PE and it has been a great tool ever since.  I take it with me whenever I go out on call to fix a PC. No related posts. Read More »

Dude, where’s my data?

For recovering from annoying glitches to complete meltdowns, I’ll show you some good habits to keep and share when it comes to protecting yourself from data loss. No related posts. Read More »

Building A Wooden PC

I knew with my woodworking skills I would be able to create something with more style and presence, and even improve on existing case layout and cooling, however after giving it some thought I wasn’t convinced that a wooden box mixed with the surroundings of a sleek monitor, keyboard and speakers, would be all that fitting. No related posts. Read More »

Building a Silent Media PC

Media PC’s are no longer just for the geeks. Over the last few years, they have become more useful and simple to use for the common man. While you can buy ready-made Media PC’s from most companies, they usually are very expensive and not necessarily using the best components. I’ve spent some time to try to build both a silent and easy-to-use Media PC, and this article will hopefully give you some ideas on what to use in your own Media PC, especially if you want it to be silent. No related posts. Read More »

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