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A hardware-related problem (including driver problems) on the local computer that does not depend on other computers in a network
I have a Lenovo IdeaPad S400, WIN 7, built in Realtek sound card.
This is an excellent article, explaining in detail what exactly does and does not wear out a lithium-ion accumulator. Highly recommended, if you want to know what you can do to extend the useful life of your battery.
Read the complete article at Battery University
I bought an internet camera with a USB cable, no microphone jack, but it has a built in microphone.
I inserted another hard drive into my computer, but connected it through a switch to the power supply.
Problem first occured when iTunes was installed, years ago. Sound skips, plays slow and disorted. Spend many hours trying any and all options. Just found this solution and I can now play my music. It was quick and easy. Thanks so much!
This is a report of some experience with RAID 5 in the home.
We started out here with a HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 controller that does part of its work in hardware, but relies for another large part of its duty on an elaborate driver.
The idea is fine and should work much like a pure hardware RAID controller, if only it had the same quality. But there are some obvious problems, like:
So you want to use your phone while driving. Good idea! Smartphones are excellent navigators. Google Maps has by far the most timely and the most accurate traffic information and dynamically routes you around traffic jams. If your time is valuable, you have hardly any choice but to use it.
But first you may stumble over two problems.
1. Where to put it
The three good ways to mount a smartphone in your care are these:
a) A suction cup windshield holder
b) A vent grid holder
c) A glue-to-the-dashboard holder
I recently formatted my Hard Drive & reinstalled Windows XP. Now, when I insert a new CD or DVD disk I'm given false information about the Disk(s). I click on My Computer...right click on Dvd Drive (D;)....Properties. Here's what I see. A blue disk (Drive D:) Used space...0 bytes 0 bytes
I run a LG desktop 153gb Hard Drive with 2gb Ram: OS = WinXP Home SP3.
It seems a CD I was using to install a program somehow came off of the tray and is still inside my DVD drive. The tray ejects fine and I can see the CD in there. It would be tough to get at it but it looks like it might be possible to remove it from the front. I could try putting a blank CD in the drive to see if it would jar the first one loose but I really don't want to aggravate the problem.
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