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How To Fix The Black Screen Of Death On Windows 10

How To Fix The Black Screen Of Death On Windows 10

Forget the Blue Screen of Death, there is another BSoD in town. Black screen issues in Windows 10 are the new bane of existence for some computer users. But the black screen problem isn’t anything new. It has been around for ages. What makes the black screen so ominous is the utter lack of any […]

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Eight Simple Ways To Break Your Computer

Eight Simple Ways To Break Your Computer

We’ve had a lot of very interesting posts in our forums over the years so we decided to list some of the most common ways people have broken their computers in hopes of preventing others from making some of these mistakes. So here are some of ways to break your computer, just in case you […]

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Learn How To Repair Your Own Computer

Learn How To Repair Your Own Computer

You can upgrade or repair your own computer if you have the right information, computer tools and service manuals for your PC. As you know, hiring a professional to upgrade your PC or replace a drive, graphics card or memory, can be expensive. There are some jobs the average computer user can do on their own […]

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What Is Your Computer Trying To Tell You

What Is Your Computer Trying To Tell You

Your computer is dead. It will not boot. It was working the night before, but now when you hit the power button nothing comes up on the screen. But is your computer really dead? Or is it giving off subtle clues as to why it is no longer functioning normally? Below are some generic and […]

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What Is Wrong With My Computer

What Is Wrong With My Computer

“What is wrong with my computer?” you ask. Computer troubleshooting is a process requiring both logic and knowledge of every component inside of a PC. Knowing the boot process and the way components interact with each other can save techs and PC users a lot of time when troubleshooting problems with a system. Types of […]

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Why Your Computer Turns On By Itself

Why Your Computer Turns On By Itself

When your computer turns on by itself, you may automatically assume either your computer is haunted by malevolent spirits or you are infected by a high-tech computer virus that is scouring your hard drive for credit card information, bank statements and other sensitive information that could ruin your life to the point you have to […]

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Thumb Drive Not Recognized

Thumb Drive Not Recognized

A thumb drive not recognized when inserted into your PC can be frustrating. If you insert a thumb drive and it’s not recognized in Windows, there are a few things you can try to get it to show up in My Computer. Thumb drives, or flash drives, are USB devices that should be automatically recognized […]

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Top Ten Things A New Computer Tech Should Not Do

Top Ten Things A New Computer Tech Should Not Do

Starting a computer repair business is a major and serious endeavor. There’s more to having a business than simply fixing computers or laptops out of your garage. The way you speak, conduct business and accept payment will determine if you are ever called back again. While you don’t need to project yourself as being part […]

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Computer Troubleshooting Guide

Computer Troubleshooting Guide

This computer troubleshooting guide can help you troubleshoot and repair dead computers. When we mean “dead” we mean no signs of life at all. Where do you even begin? The average user doesn’t know the internal workings of their computer–and they shouldn’t have to. So when things go wrong, they do not know where to […]

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Computer Maintenance Checklist For Your PC

Computer Maintenance Checklist For Your PC

Having a computer maintenance checklist is essential whether you’re a computer repair technician or just a user that needs to be reminded of essential PC maintenance duties. If you are a technician, the checklist tells your client that you’re professional and thorough. Using a PC maintenance checklist as you go through the list helps ensure […]

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