How To Buy an Xbox 360

Xbox 360 is the newest generation of console produced my Microsoft. The Xbox 360 is currently the only next generation console that is released, with Sony and Nintendo to follow suite later this year around Thanksgiving. The Xbox 360 is named for its three, count 'em, three core CPU processor, each running at 3.2 Ghz. […]

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How To Convert Video to Play on Portable Devices

Are you bored when you’re out on the road? You probably wish that you were watching your favorite video instead? If you are, then you can watch your videos on your media player or even your mobile phone. It’s just a matter of converting these into a format that your MP3 or media player can […]

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How To Connect your Computer to your Home Stereo

Audiophiles often abhor the sound reproduction of low quality speakers. This includes inexpensive headphones and so-called multimedia speakers that come as standard accessories with computers. These produce tinny sound and don’t have enough dynamic range to produce good fidelity music. Some laptops come marketed with expensive Harman-Kardon speakers, and you can also purchase separate speakers […]

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How To Find Computer Auction Websites

An auction is a selling strategy that exposes the product to several potential consumers. To buy the product, the potential buyer will set his estimated price for the product, then present it to the seller. Multiple prices will be sent to the seller from different buyers. To complete the transaction, the seller will choose to […]

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How To Understand Dedicated Web Hosting

Dedicated web hosting allows businesses and individuals to lease a dedicated server that is a state-of-the-art piece of equipment with pre-configured settings and connectivity from a service provider. Instead of sharing server space with others on a server, you can lease an entire dedicated server for your own use. What this means is that you […]

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Windows Registry Cleaner

As the world of technology continues to change so does the amount of information that your computer receives. This is because of all the different files and information that you download over the internet. For many people computer problems are a common frustration that they have to go through with their computer every day as […]

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How To Improve SharePoint Latency and Optimization Over the WAN

Microsoft SharePoint has been a tremendous help to many companies and businesses worldwide. It simply improves the communication between people who work together. It builds opportunities for having effective information dissemination plans, as well as manages documents and publishes reports. This program and application will definitely aid the company members in making their valuable decisions. […]

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ntdll.dbgUserBreakpoint

How to remove that annoying CPU window. In the initialization section of one of your app’s units call PatchINT3. procedure PatchINT3; var   NOP : Byte;   NTDLL: THandle;   BytesWritten: DWORD;   Address: Pointer; begin   if Win32Platform <> VER_PLATFORM_WIN32_NT then Exit;   NTDLL := GetModuleHandle(‘NTDLL.DLL‘);   if NTDLL = 0 then Exit;   Address := GetProcAddress(NTDLL, ‘DbgBreakPoint’);   if Address = nil […]

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ReEvaluate or ReSubscribe?

This article will explain derived members in ECO.  It’s primary purpose is to describe the difference between the ReEvaluateSubscriber and ReSubscribeSubscriber parameters when you derive members in code. (No Ratings Yet)

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Determine CPU speed

This article demonstrates how to detect the MHZ speed of the current CPU. function GetCpuSpeed: Extended; var   t: DWORD;   mhi, mlo, nhi, nlo: DWORD;   t0, t1, chi, clo, shr32: Comp; begin   shr32 := 65536;   shr32 := shr32 * 65536;   t := GetTickCount;   while t = GetTickCount do begin end;   asm     DB 0FH     DB 031H     mov […]

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