Maintain and Upgrade Your PC
How To Refill Your Ink Cartridge
The following is included in a typical ink refill kit: ink bottles, syringes and detailed
instructions. Some kits include an air balance clip for balancing the air inside the
cartridge to ensure proper ink flow. More ...
Printer Cartridge Price Fixing
The ink cartridge for a low end HP printer, containing only one tiny ounce of ink,
costs a mind boggling $30.00! That?s price gouging, and all printer manufacturers
are doing it. That?s called PRICE FIXING and it?s illegal. More ...
Printing Troubleshooting Guide
You troubleshoot printing issues like you would any other computer/network related
problem. You start at a general point and rule out the possibilities until you have
the specific cause. The first question that you need to answer is: "Is the problem
hardware, software, network or performance related?". More ...
Free Registry Cleaner to Speed Up Windows
The Windows registry can become bloated with invalid information left behind by
uninstalled hardware and software, and by missing files and drivers. A bloated
registry can cause your PC to operate sluggishly, become unstable, and crash frequently. More ...
Vista's New Boot Loader Architecture
The boot sequence of Windows Vista and later systems is slightly different from
previous versions. For Windows Vista, the MBR instead loads the Windows Boot
Manager (BOOTMGR), which accesses the Boot Configuration Data store (BCD). More ...
Vista Product Activation
If Vista Product Activation detects a licensing problem, Vista enters "reduced
functionality mode". Reduced functionality mode doesn't affect your data, but it
will not let you run many of your applications without first entering the product
license key. More ...
How to Set Up a Wireless Printer Connection
Wireless printing can be extremely useful but is difficult to set up. This article shows
you how to set up a wireless printer in a wireless network with a router. More ...
Wireless Router Setup
A wireless network is set-up for sharing access to the internet, files, printers, and
other computer functions. A Wireless network is also used in offices and homes so one
can have internet access and local network connection anywhere in the office or at home. More ...
A Quick Guide to Wireless Networking
The first thing to do in setting up a wireless home
network is to get the correct equipment. A wireless home networking kit typically,
these come with a firewalled wireless router (e.g. the immensely popular Linksys
WRT54G). Some also bundle a wireless PC card for connecting laptops to the network,
or a wireless USB adapter for connecting desktop PCs. More ...
How to Upgrade Your PC's Graphics Card
Almost every motherboard has integrated video circuitry, but it's usually not sufficient for today's
power 3D game enthusiast. They always replace the on-board video circuitry with the latest
high-performance video graphics card. Here's how to upgrade your PC's graphics card. More ...
How to Create an Emergency Repair Disk
If your operating system is Windows XP Professional or Windows 2000, it isn't bootable
with a boot disk. With these operating systems you need an Emergency Repair Disk that
works with the systems built-in repair functions. More ...
Do We Really Need Windows Vista?
Windows Vista requires new equipment and more memory to run efficiently and it may
have problems using current XP hardware or software. In this article I'll look at
whether we actually need Vista. More ...