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Author: Travis Bigelow

Initializing a Disk in Windows

Initializing a Disk in Windows

Adding a secondary hard drive is generally considered a basic upgrade procedure, but there are particular details to the process which can still trip up advanced users. One of the lesser known requirements of adding a new hard drive to a Windows machine is the need to initialize the disk. If a disk is not […]

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Marketing Term Mayhem: The “LED” Display

Marketing Term Mayhem: The “LED” Display

The “LED” display has been the source of much confusion in the tech world over the past couple of years. There is some clarification due, particularly pertaining to exactly what an LED display is – and why most LED displays on the market today are not true LED displays. What is a true LED display? […]

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How to Flash a BIOS

How to Flash a BIOS

We recently published a blog post discussing the clearing of a computer’s CMOS. Clearing the CMOS can be an extremely valuable tool, but sometimes simply re-setting that configuration is insufficient. Certain types of BIOS corruption will require a full re-write of the data on the CMOS chip. This operation is generally referred to as a […]

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Crisp and Refreshing, New Thin-ITX Board from Intel

Crisp and Refreshing, New Thin-ITX Board from Intel

Since the day we caught word of Intel’s new Cedar View processors, we’ve been itching to start playing with them and getting them into the hands of our customers. Launch day has finally arrived, so we’re showing off a very special mainboard from Intel that’s helping usher in this new generation. The DN2800MT is here, […]

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