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How to Fix a USB in Windows 7

How to Fix a USB in Windows 7

Sometimes a virus or other system issue can cause the USB port on your computer to malfunction or become disabled. If this happens,your USB drive can be fixed by using the Device Manager in Windows 7. The Device Manager will scan the computer, finding the USB ports that aren't working properly and w
How to Format a Dell Windows XP Operating System

How to Format a Dell Windows XP Operating System

Windows XP was first introduced by Microsoft in 2001 as the latest version of its Windows operating system. As with the various other versions of Windows, many PC manufacturers included the operating system as part of the purchase price of their new PCs. Computer manufacturer Dell was no exception.
How to Find a Lost Dragon Scale on "Pokemon Sapphire"

How to Find a Lost Dragon Scale on "Pokemon Sapphire"

The dragon scale is an item in the 2003 Gameboy Advance role playing game "Pokemon: Sapphire." It is used in the game to evolve certain Pokemon but only works if the Pokemon is holding it while being traded with another player. You cannot buy the dragon scale in any shops of the game, so if you want
How to Create a Memory Review Game from Your Evernote Notes

How to Create a Memory Review Game from Your Evernote Notes

Depending on the type of notes and information you are studying, the Evermatch app for Evernote may be a fun way to review.
Blue Screen Effects

Blue Screen Effects

The blue screen error, also referred to as the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), is arguably the most infamous Windows error in existence. The causes of the blue screen error are numerous, and the problems that cause this error can range from simply hardware or software incompatibility to a corruption in
How to Reinstall WinXP Without the OEM Disc

How to Reinstall WinXP Without the OEM Disc

In the event your Windows XP installation becomes corrupt, and there is no way to restore the system or log into it, then your next option is to reinstall the Windows XP operating system. If you have forgotten or lost the OEM disc that came with your computer, and there is no recovery partition on y
How to Speed Up the Boot Process in Windows XP

How to Speed Up the Boot Process in Windows XP

Windows XP is a popular operating system manufactured my Microsoft. While Microsoft's newer Vista operating system comes installed on many new PCs, many users still use Windows XP. One troublesome issue with Windows XP is that the boot up process can sometimes take an excessive amount of time, espec
How to Download Digimon RPG

How to Download Digimon RPG

Digimon's online role-playing game is free to play and provides family-friendly, nonviolent entertainment. (See References 1.) If you want to download the Digimon RPG, you might have trouble finding the correct download file. "Digimon RPG" is a Korean language game, but an English version was releas
How to Check Your Activation for XP Home Edition

How to Check Your Activation for XP Home Edition

Windows XP is not as strict on product activation compared with Windows Vista or Windows 7. You will not be able to install any Windows updates, however, unless the operating system is activated. Microsoft will not consider your Windows XP to be a genuine copy until it is activated. There is a simpl
How to Upgrade an Eclipse Galileo Workspace in Ubuntu 9.10

How to Upgrade an Eclipse Galileo Workspace in Ubuntu 9.10

Eclipse is a software development environment (SDE) for Linux, Mac OS X, Windows and Solaris systems, allowing users to develop software in a variety of programming languages. Eclipse uses a "workspace," a directory on the user's computer, to store project files and customized preferences. Since 200
A Glossary of VSLive Buzzwords

A Glossary of VSLive Buzzwords

The VSLive conference agenda has many fascinating and educational sessions. But it's difficult to be sure because the whole thing is chock full of buzzwords and marketing names that may not be familiar to many people. Since they're not explained in any of the VSLive information, this artic
How to Repair Microsoft in Windows XP

How to Repair Microsoft in Windows XP

Windows XP is an operating system from Microsoft with a repair mode built in to the XP installation CD. This repair mode is a special type of operating system installation that doesn't delete any of your personal information from your computer. If you perform a repair of your computer, you won't los
The Best Way to Insulate Windows

The Best Way to Insulate Windows

Cold air is wanted and needed on a hot summer day. But during the winter season, cold air coming in through an un-insulated or poorly insulated window not only raises your energy costs, it makes for a uncomfortable house or apartment. Insulating your windows with the right types of material is the k
How to Drywall an Arch Window

How to Drywall an Arch Window

The challenge when adding a layer of drywall to an arch, either in a window or door, is to not break the piece of drywall. It may look challenging but following a few simple steps can make the process easy. Securely attaching the drywall to the arch will ensure that the bead goes on easily when doin
How to Restore Default Fonts in Windows XP

How to Restore Default Fonts in Windows XP

Windows XP, one of the top operating systems, comes with many default options in nearly every area of use. Although options can be added and deleted from your Windows program, using the default options is easiest for the system, is most compatible with other programs, and occupies the least amount o
How to Dress Up Neopets

How to Dress Up Neopets

The virtual world of Neopets allows you to create your own pet and customize it with different types of accessories and items of clothing. You can obtain scarves, glasses, shirts, dresses and more from shops, auctions and the trading post. Items that your Neopets can wear are identified as wearable
How to Upgrade XP Home to XP Media Center

How to Upgrade XP Home to XP Media Center

There are three major versions of the Windows XP operating system: Windows XP Home Edition, XP Professional, and XP Media Center Edition. The latest is Windows XP Media Center Edition, which contains most of the features and functionality of the Professional Edition but with one major addition, the
How to Play Videos and DVDs on Windows XP

How to Play Videos and DVDs on Windows XP

If you want to play a DVD or video in the Windows XP operating system, you can do so using the native program for that system, which is Windows Media Player. This piece of software allows you to play DVD discs, as well as video files that are in compatible video formats such as WMV, which stands for
How to Show My Briefcase in Windows Vista

How to Show My Briefcase in Windows Vista

Windows Vista comes with a program called "Briefcase" that allows users to create a file that can be used to synchronize two computers. After a briefcase is created, files and folders can be added to it just like any other folder. Using this feature can save time because, instead of re-saving files,
Do iMacs Have CMD?

Do iMacs Have CMD?

If you are accustomed to using the command prompt on a PC running Windows, you can perform similar tasks on a iMac running the OS X operating system, using Apple’s native Terminal application. All new iMacs come also with a keyboard that has a command, or CMD, key, which you can use to make ke