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Clean Disk Using Command Prompt

Clean Disk Using Command Prompt

How to create a single volume after clean disk using command prompt. This affects the entire disk. Works in systems running Windows Vista and later. Clean Disk Using Command Prompt Procedure Warning: This will delete the MBR and remove everything! Open the command...

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Check Windows Installation Dates

Check Windows Installation Dates

Here's how to check the Windows installation dates on all major Windows versions. Windows Installation Dates Across Major Versions Windows 8 1. Go to Search charm, usually right side of screen 2. Search for cmd 3. Select Command Prompt 4. Type systeminfo and hit enter...

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Windows Crash Dump Analysis – Blue Screen Of Death

Windows Crash Dump Analysis – Blue Screen Of Death

Frequent blue screen of death, or BSoD, crashes can be infuriating since they take control away from you. This post will illuminate some of the Windows crash dump analysis tips you can use to help make this madness stop. How to do the Windows Crash Dump Analysis 1....

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Audiodg.exe Using High CPU

Audiodg.exe Using High CPU

This post describes why audiodg.exe is using high CPU on Vista and later systems. If you haven't seen this yet, you're probably wonder why an audio executable is using so much processing power. Once you fix the issue, you'll be back to playing those videos smoothly...

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Using Mac Laptops With Projector Displays

Using Mac Laptops With Projector Displays

It should be plug and play to get Mac laptops with a projector display up and running. Note: make sure to have a HDMI cable with you or a HDMI to VGA converter just in case. If your Mac laptop doesn't auto-detect the projector you hook up to, try the following: 1....

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Mac SMC Reset

Mac SMC Reset

The Mac SMC reset is great. It's basically Apple's digital duck tape for your Mac laptop. You will need to do a SMC reset if your Mac is exhibiting these symptoms in this post list below. Fans The fans speed up and remain at high speed, even under normal usage. Lights...

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Mac 10.6 Reset Password

Mac 10.6 Reset Password

If you forget your password then this Mac 10.6 reset password post is for you. This post also assumes you can't boot from the 10.6 install disk (or USB). Reboot the computer and hold '⌘ (Command) + S' while the computer boots. This will enter single user mode. When...

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Mac 10.6 Reset Network Settings

Mac 10.6 Reset Network Settings

This post will go over Mac 10.6 reset network settings. This is needed if all network settings look fine on OS X 10.6 but the machine still can't get on the internet. Give this a whirl: Open Network Preferences Open the Location selector at the top of the pane Click...

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Mac 10.6 Permissions Fix

Mac 10.6 Permissions Fix

This post will show you a Mac 10.6 permissions fix. If your Mac is displaying weird things on the screen, running slowly, or exhibiting other weird symptoms then you should run a permissions repair. This guide was tested on OS X 10.6. Permissions determine who has...

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Mac Wireless Troubleshooting on 10.6 and 10.7

Mac Wireless Troubleshooting on 10.6 and 10.7

If you're running Mac 10.6 or 10.7, this post will help you with Mac wireless troubleshooting. Note: the hardware in Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) is called ‘Airport’. The hardware in Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) is called ‘Wifi’. Here are some common techniques to...

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Mac Quick Laptop Reformat on 10.6 and 10.7

Mac Quick Laptop Reformat on 10.6 and 10.7

Here's a Mac quick laptop reformat guide on computers with 10.7 lion and 10.6 snow leopard installed. Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and 10.6 Snow Leopard Using a CD/USB: Format All Partitions Install OS Enable automatic updating Enable the firewall Using a Recovery Partition:...

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