A collection of helpful guides for fixing your own laptop. We cover everything from keyboards to hard drives.
Buying a new laptop can be an intimidating experience because of the wide range of products available. Some laptops are large and powerful, others are small and portable, and many more fit spaces in between. This guide will provide you with all the information you need to make a smart decision.
Recently replace that hard drive on your HP Pavilion? Here’s how to get all those files from the old hard drive onto the new one.
Some users have reported that their Sony Vaio hard drive isn’t being recognized on their laptop, which could be due to several different things. Here’s a guide to fixing it.
Got one of those fancy Dell e310 computers, but find yourself unable to use the keyboard or mouse for one reason or another? Look no further, because Bright Hub is here to help you diagnose the problem and get everything back in working order.
If you have a Toshiba Satellite P100 video card, you’ll need to know how to troubleshoot it when things go haywire. Here’s a quick guide on fixing things and getting everything back on its feet.
Fusion for desktops is here, and it’s called the AMD Fusion A Series. In previous articles we’ve looked at the laptop components, but now we’re going to have a look at both the desktop and laptop parts.
The Chromebooks are now out, and the least expensive option is Acer’s 11.6" model known as the AC700. Priced at $349.99, it’s a bit expensive for a netbook. Is it really a worthwhile alternative?
The new Chrome OS from Google promises to provide the functionality of a local operating system while putting less demand on system resources. In theory, this can be accomplished through the use of online apps and services. Does it really work, or is this cloud full of hot air?
If you have a Sony Vaio laptop and your keyboard dies, you may need to pick up some new keyboard drivers. Thankfully, you can get these totally free from Sony.