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  • My Laptop Motherboard has died

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    Every laptop regardless of make operates with a motherboard.  The basic composite material of this board which is known as FR-4  or FR-6 is a fibreglass epoxy panel laminated with thin copper film. This is often known as ‘copper-clad laminates’. These cladded sheets are fabricated with …

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  • Top Tips for Improving WiFi Signal

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    One of the most common complains is about WiFi in the home.  Either being unreliable or not quite reaching to the whole of the house.  This blog entry aims to provide readers with some tips on improving the WiFi single in their homes and offices. …

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  • Raspberry Pi: What is it, and why?

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    There has been a lot of press recently about something called a ‘Raspberry Pi‘, but you’d be forgiven for not really being sure what it is. Simply put, Raspberry Pi is a fully-fledged, credit card sized computer for little more than £20, aimed at getting …

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  • Troubleshooting Common Broadband Problems

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    We all know the utter frustration losing our connection to the Internet. It’s like the a power-cut in that, until it’s down, we don’t realise how reliant we are on our connection to the outside world! But before calling your Internet Service Provider (ISP), there …

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  • Top 4 Virus Cleanup Products for Your Mac in 2012

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    If you believed that your Mac does not require regular virus cleanup and is virus-resistant, you might want to know this. A harmful Trojan named Flashback has been affecting Apple Macs and the number of infected Mac machines has increased to 600,000, as of April …

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  • Maintaining backups is a chore, right? Not with the cloud!

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    We all know we should back-up our data in case our PCs, laptops, smartphones and tablets become damaged or stolen.  But hands up, who actually, really can be bothered? And let’s be honest, today we are getting through new PCs and devices faster than ever — constantly upgrading to …

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  • Step-by-Step Guide to Laptop Screen Repair

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    This article is for informational purposes only. Please do not attempt to repair any laptop unless you have basic repair knowledge. Some parts of a laptop hold high charges even once unplugged with the battery removed. We take no responsibility of any damage caused as …

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  • Top 4 Virus Cleanup Products for 2012

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    According to a 2010 report released by Information-Technology Promotion Agency (IPA), the number of viruses has been gradually decreasing over 2006. The 1990s saw 20 computer viruses, which included, OneHalf, Chameleon, Concept and Shifter. In 2001, viruses boomed to a total 34,000. Two years later, …

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  • Would You Like To Know The Number One Laptop Fault?

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    There are many reasons or faults which render a laptop in need of a laptop repair.  In our business we see hundreds per month ranging from  motherboard faults which simply put are laptops which have completely died.  The most common reason for this is overheating …

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  • 10 Ways to avoid Viruses, Trojans & Malware

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    Virus removal and Virus Cleanups are the number one above all other customer enquiries from all over the UK.  Why is this? The Internet is responsible for 80% of all major computer and broadband related faults.  Most faults will always turn out to be malware, spyware …

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