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    • Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check

      Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check

      The “Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC)” is a problem with the mathematical process the computer does in order to ensure that data is properly transferred from a particular source to a specified destination. During the cyclic redundancy check, the computer determines if the data being transferred is not damaged. When users get a “Data

    • How to Adjust Screen Brightness in Windows

      How to Adjust Screen Brightness in Windows

      Most Windows computer users need to adjust the screen brightness of their laptop or desktop computer monitor at some point. However, brightness settings are different, depending on what you have (desktop or laptop) and which graphic card you have (AMD, nVidia or something else). How to Adjust Screen Brightness on a Desktop Windows computer Regardless

    • Error 815

      Error 815

      Windows error 815 occurs when a Windows computer fails to make a DSL connection. This code replaces traditional error codes 676, 678, 691, and 769 from Windows XP, and no less than four different causes trigger it. The error’s four possible causes include DSL server problems (or an indicator that the phone line is busy),

    • Understanding Network Protocols

      Understanding Network Protocols

      A protocol is a collection of specifications or rules for data packets that enable information to be sent over the network. Network protocols are designed for network communication. In order to understand the different protocols available and their efficiencies, lets first look at the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model. This is the standard model

    • How Does Microsoft Word Password Recovery Work?

      How Does Microsoft Word Password Recovery Work?

      Microsoft Word documents can utilize three passwords: Password to open Password to modify Protect document password   Password to Open   The Password to open requires a user to enter a password to view the document.   When the user sets a Password to open, the entire Microsoft Word document is encrypted with the RC4

    • Troubleshooting Group Policy

      Troubleshooting Group Policy

      Through Group Policy, a wide variety of user and computer configuration settings can be applied to users and computers in Active Directory. If an Active Directory environment includes a hierarchy with many different organizational unit (OU) levels, when group policies are applied at these different levels within the hierarchy, it is almost certain that Group

    • Understanding Host Name Resolution

      Understanding Host Name Resolution

      Understanding the Purpose of Host Names In TCP/IP based networks, the packets that are transmitted over the network contain the following IP addresses: The IP address of the computer sending the packet The IP address of the destination computer intended to receive the packet. The IP address information is used to forward the packet to

    • How to Turn the Screensaver Off in Windows?

      How to Turn the Screensaver Off in Windows?

      Quick jump: Turning Off the Screensaver in Windows XP Turning Off the Screensaver in Windows Vista Turning Off the Screensaver in Windows 7 Turning Off the Screensaver in the Windows 8?   At the beginning of the computer age, screensavers were applications designed to protect monitors from the phosphor burn-in on CRT and plasma displays, and that’s how they got this

    • Renaming Domains

      Renaming Domains

      An Overview of the Domain Renaming Feature With the Windows NT 4 domain model, you had to completely rebuild an existing domain if you wanted to change the names of any of your existing domains. In Windows 2000 domains, you also have to create a new domain but the Active Directory Object Manager can be

    • Installing and Configuring NAT

      Installing and Configuring NAT

      In Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS), NAT can be used to provide basic Internet connectivity for small offices or home offices. NAT translates IP addresses and associated TCP/UDP port numbers on the private network to public IP addresses which can be routed on the Internet. Through NAT, host computers are able to share a

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