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Computer Tech Most Read KB Posts

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Most Read KB Articles Since 3/28/2008

Computer Tech Group

  KB Article    

Mike Prestwood
1. Self Help: Find Drivers & Updates

Link page for common support pages.

Posted to KB Topic: Computer Tech
10 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Uwais.Q )

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2. Self Help: Computer Restore Disks

Phone numbers of the major computer manufacturers.

Posted to KB Topic: Computer Tech
10 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Uwais.Q )

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NE Ohio Computer Guy
3. An Easy, Cheap Way to Get Going After a PC Fails from a Bad Motherboard

This article describes a quick, economical way to get up and running after a PC with a viable hard disk fails due to defective electronic components.

Posted to KB Topic: Hardware
7 years ago, and updated 37 months ago
(6 Comments , last by Libby.H )

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Wes Peterson
4. Failed Hard Drives and RAID If you've used computers for more than a few years, you know that you don't wonder IF a hard drive will fail - you wonder WHEN. It just happened to me - again. But this time it looks like the results will be pretty painless. The reasons? * RAID Level 1 * Superb Hard Drive manufacturer warranty support
13 years ago, and updated 40 months ago
(15 Entries , last by james.s6 )

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5. MbPS Megabits (mb) per second. A bit is either a 0 or 1 (a digit) and a byte is a string of 8 bits. 8 mbps (megabits per second) equals 1 MB/sec (megabytes per second). Therefore 54 mbps is equal to a max of 6.75 MB/second.
Posted to KB Topic: Hardware
14 years ago, and updated 14 years ago
(3 Comments , last by Ashwin.k )

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6. Converting from a Workgroup to a Domain

For a particular user on a particular computer, all programs installed for all users will still be available whether they log into their computer or the domain. You will have to migrate all other user specific settings either manually or use an automated tool.

Both of which are incomplete so expect to have to manually migrate some application specific settings and data for each user. At a minimum, log into the old local account and migrate My Documents, Desktop, Favorites, and perhaps e-mail such as the Outlook .PST or Outlook Express .DBX files.

Posted to KB Topic: Domains
12 years ago, and updated 9 years ago

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lowster11
7. My Hyper-V VPS Blog

My rants and raves about the Windows Server 2008 w/ Hyper-V VPS that I have for 1 full year.

Posted to KB Topic: Windows Server 2008
11 years ago, and updated 16 months ago
(11 Entries , last by Shiv.s )

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8. Set time limit for disconnected session setting

In Windows Server 2003 terminal server, how do you automatically log off disconnected sessions? I'm getting the following error:

"The terminal server has exceeded the maximum number of allowed connections. The system can not log you on. The system has reached its licensed logon limit. Please try again later."

Posted to KB Topic: Windows Server 2003
11 years ago

FAQ

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9. RAID

RAID is the acronym for a Redundant Array of Independent Drives. RAID specifies several "levels," 0, 1, etc. Different levels provide different options. One level allows you to combine multiple smaller drives into one, huge volume. Another level offers tremendous performance boosts by "striping" data across multiple drives such that reads and writes are split across the drives. If one drive fails, the other takes over until the bad drive is replaced. Once replaced, the RAID subsystem automatically restores the mirror.

13 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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10. Kavoom vs Multiplicity vs Synergy

tbd

Posted to KB Topic: Software
9 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
(2 Comments , last by Steve.B5 )

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Most Read by Members

Computer Tech Group

  KB Article    

Mike Prestwood
1. Self Help: Find Drivers & Updates

Link page for common support pages.

Posted to KB Topic: Computer Tech
10 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Uwais.Q )

KB Post
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76943
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lowster11
2. Google Android Blog

This is hard trying to nav the boards in my Droid SDK!

Posted to KB Topic: Wireless Networking
11 years ago, and updated 9 months ago
(26 Entries , last by Mbear123.M )

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NE Ohio Computer Guy
3. A Solution to Dealing with Malware That Prevents the Execution of Windows Program Icons

This article discusses how to deal with malware that prevents Windows program icons from running.

Posted to KB Topic: Software
6 years ago, and updated 12 months ago
(38 Comments , last by Awais.A )

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Mike Prestwood
4. 10 FREE Must-Have Net Admin Apps

If you maintain more than a few computers, here are 10 applications you should have in your toolbox of software.

Posted to KB Topic: Software
13 years ago, and updated 12 years ago
(15 Comments , last by Robert.C6 )

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NE Ohio Computer Guy
5. A Six Point Checklist to Help Your PC Run Better

This article discusses some tips for maintaining your PC so it will run more efficiently.

Posted to KB Topic: Software
6 years ago, and updated 11 months ago
(16 Comments , last by Priya.B )

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6528
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Wes Peterson
6. Failed Hard Drives and RAID If you've used computers for more than a few years, you know that you don't wonder IF a hard drive will fail - you wonder WHEN. It just happened to me - again. But this time it looks like the results will be pretty painless. The reasons? * RAID Level 1 * Superb Hard Drive manufacturer warranty support
13 years ago, and updated 40 months ago
(15 Entries , last by james.s6 )

Blog
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15076
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NE Ohio Computer Guy
7. Classic Shell Can Fix a Windows 10 Start Menu Problem

This article describes a free utility you can download that will format your Windows 10 Start menu to give it a pre-Windows 8 look.

Posted to KB Topic: Software
6 years ago, and updated 12 months ago
(14 Comments , last by mia.j )

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8. A PC Repair Tale

This story describes a real life experience I had with a computer that had more than one problem with it.

Posted to KB Topic: Hardware
47 months ago
(9 Comments , last by Awais.A )

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NE Ohio Computer Guy
9. Some MS DOS Programs Still Clinging to Life Support

This article talks about how you can still run old MS DOS based software on the newer Windows and the pitfalls that come with it.

Posted to KB Topic: Software
44 months ago, and updated 11 months ago
(12 Comments , last by Jonh.S )

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Mike Prestwood
10. Samsung Will Ship a 256GB Solid State Drive This Year! Many industry experts predict sold state drives will replace disc-based hard drives.
13 years ago, and updated 13 years ago
(8 Comments , last by Bethzy.E )

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