If you’re looking for a replacement graphics card, you need to make sure that you are buying the right type for your motherboard.
A very good tool to have at your disposal when repairing PCs is a hard disk scan and repair CD. These are easy to create - the real difficulty is in deciding what should go on the disc!
Some motherboards still rely on jumpers, small plastic-coated pieces of metal that sit across two pins, in order to perform some tasks that might otherwise be controlled via the BIOS.
If your desktop doesn’t have USB 3.0 then there is only one way to make your desktop USB 3.0 ready. By using PCI-E cards you can easily achieve this.
Does your computer act abnormally after it has been on for a while? You may have a heat related problem. This article explores what can be done to prevent your motherboard and components from overheating.
There’re many uses of Flash drives, from data storage to portable Desktop computing. Having files lost or deleted from the Flash drive can be very frustrating. But fortunately, you can recover them. This article lists the best Flash drive data recovery programs available now.
Did you know that you can use a Sony PS3 controller for playing games in Windows 7? This article tells you how to do it.
Using motherboard glue allows you to secure components or mount LED’s - but how safe is this substance?
Connecting a PC case to a motherboard isn’t an easy task - especially without the manual. This guide explains the JFP1 array and how this connects to your motherboard to a case.
How does your keyboard communicate with your computer? There’s more to it than a lump of plastic, springs and a cable - the keyboard controller is quietly managing every keystroke you send to your PC.