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connecting a printer with an ethernet cable I suspect your router may not be set up go give the printer an IP address via DHCP (possibly the reason setup can't find it). On your PC that is connected to the same router, click Start, click Run, and type cmd and press Enter. In the command prompt window type ipconfig /all and press Enter. You should see your PC network adapter configuration, something like this:
What Should I Do When My Laptop Battery Doesn't Last As Long As It Used To?
Rule #1 of DIY: Never settle for what you're given. You can upgrade and improve just about anything with a little knowledge and elbow grease, especially if you know a little about electronics. Here are 10 things in your home that you can beef up with a little soldering and DIY know-how. 10. Your TV
There are many people out there complaining about the Firefox RAM Memory Bug. Lets get it straight. It’s not a bug. It’s part of the cache feature. This ‘feature’ is how the pages are cached in a tabbed environment. To improve performance when navigating (studies show that 39% of all page navigations are renavigations to pages visited less than 10 pages ago, usually using the back button), Firefox implements a Back-Forward cache that retains the rendered document for the last five session history entries for each tab.
It's rough in the edges (literally) on some XP icons (transpacency), but it doesn't mess with the original wallpaper (in XP) once the video stops, and just need to select video- "desktop Direct X", without enter the preferences window. Time lapse videos (for example, [vimeo.com]) are good, and even a 720p uses few cpu time/memory. It plays good below Samurize (if "always on top" is on), but in response to @zaghy2zy: When, for ezample, objectdock is activated, it obscures the video in that part of the screen, so maybe ist's because fences. But, indeed, it's more for fun/wow effect. UNLESS you have a wide Angle of View 1.3Mpix webcam, pointed forward your laptop/monitor and then Menu Media - Capture Device, and make the Most Awesome Transparent Live Monitor Never Photochopped! (Or just wait to this arrive: "http://gizmodo.com/5442217/the-invisible-oled-laptop-to-end-all-laptops")
Hello, I would like to start by saying, great article, very interesting to read. Anyway, the reason I'm making this post is I do in fact plan to build the $300 pc you have here, since I'm not extremely knowledgeable on the topic of building computers, I plan to just buy these parts and look up a guide about sticking them all together. Anyway, would this computer be good enough to run Skyrim and/or Black ops 1. When I say this I'm not looking for the best quality or resolution, I'm just curious to see if it will play them nice and smoothly on average no more. Thanks, Cameron
I gathered ALOT of Information xP Motherboard description Motherboard manufacturer's name: ECS MCP61PM-HM HP/Compaq name: Nettle-GL8E CPU/Processor Socket: AM2 Supports the following processors: Athlon 64 X2 with Dual Core technology up to 5600+ (up to 89 watt) Athlon 64 less than 4000+ Sempron less than 4000+ Front-side bus (FSB) 2000MT/s (2.0 GT/s) Chipset NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 What processor is this motherboard compatible with
Home » How To, Microsoft, Windows diggdigg Hi and welcome back to another article in the series of Coolest Windows 7 Tips and Tricks. Today, we’ll be covering the easiest and simplest way to change the background of you windows login screen.
Creating your own Google Chrome Theme Creating your own Google Chrome Theme Posted on January 13th, 2010 under Internet, Software Recently I’ve been thinking in doing my own Google Chrome Theme. Not that the themes Google gives you aren’t nice enough, but I’m really picky and I was wishing for something more personalized.
How to track who's tracking you across the Web November 01, 2011, 3:23 PM — Ever wonder exactly who’s following you across the Web? Well wonder no longer. A cool and somewhat frightening tool called Collusion can help you do it.
Geek pranks: 15 high-tech tricks to haunt your co-workers October 19, 2009, 11:46 AM — In every office, there's the guy who has no sense of humor and hates the idea of having fun. If you're that guy, you should probably stop reading this now. Still with me? Good. You see, the thing is, seriousness is overrated.
Almost everyone reading the articles on this site will have spare computers languishing about. The rapid growth and improvements in hardware means that we cycle through a whole machine in only a few years. If you have spare machines and parts languishing about, you can put them to good use!
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Ben has over a decade of experience in the computer graphics field and although he's primarily a hard surface modeler, he's also experienced in the fields of UVMapping, Texturing, Lighting and Rendering. Ben currently co-edits Cgtuts+ along with his brother Chris, and has authored over sixty hours of real-time tutorial content for the site, focusing mainly on 3d Studio Max and hard surface modeling. Along side 3D Studio Max, Ben's has experience with VRay, FumeFX, ZBrush, Mudbox, Mari, PTex, Photoshop, xNormal, UVLayout, Forest Pack Pro and After Effects. You can check out Ben's website to see more of his work.
This tutorial helps you learn about the process of game construction, while guiding you through writing a relatively complete game. The code in this tutorial illustrates the technique described in the text. A complete code sample for this tutorial is available for you to download, including full source code and any additional supporting files required by the sample. Understanding the basics of game coding is the single most-difficult step for a beginning game programmer. While it is easy to find samples that show completed games, tips and tricks, or tutorials that show you how to do specific techniques, there are very few that help you through the process of game construction.
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Bad passwords are not fun and good entropy is always important: demystifying security fallacies
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