Hack Your Gadgets and Void Your Warranties This Weekend Speaking of hacking - why not - let me share my hacking experience today: On multiple levels! - A digital photography tech comment, if you will. I just received my brand new Eye-fi X2 Pro card. Totally forgetting to check how Magic Lantern firmware hack - currently installed on my Canon 550D/T2i - deals with it, anxious as I was to test the thing up, popped it in and turned the camera on. Nothing.
Getting locked out of your home, your computer, or anywhere else you want to be can suck. The same goes for those times when your gadgets prevent you from doing what you want to do with them, but it doesn't have to be that way. Here are the top 10 ways you can break into virtually anything with a literal or figurative lock. 10.
We love our games and consoles, but there's a big world that lies beyond the product you pull out of the box. Your console is capable of so much more than you may realize. Here are our top 10 video game hacks and DIY projects to prove it. 10. Hack Your Wii for Homebrew SExpand
I have written How-Tos for many of them, but I concentrate on the "why" answers, not the "how". There are lots of places on the internet with step-by-step guides. That isn't my best skill, I know this. When I do attempt to explain how-to, I don't deal with GUIs unless absolutely necessary.
My computer recently broke- a Windows PC that just decided to stop working from time to time. The back of the computer will lose power, and a few times it has blue-screened on me. I got a new computer, but I thought "I'm sure there's something I can do with this one..." With all the tech issues it's having- anyone have a good suggestion? Since we're on that topic, I also have an old laptop. There's no touch screen, the driver for wireless refuses to load onto it, and the screen is way too large to use it for another screen on my main computer.