Has your mouse button or wheel stopped working. Is it double clicking by itself? Don't buy a new mouse, take it apart first. Here's a guide to getting a Razer Deathadder mouse working again.
If you suspect your Dell computer is having hardware problems you should run Dell diagnostics. This hub will show you how to create a bootable USB flash drive to run the diagnostics utility.
Windows update provides security and feature patches for your computer's operating system. Sometimes, however, updates go wrong or do things you don't want them to. Here's how to remove a bad update.
Windows 7 may be the best Microsoft system so far, but it is not immune to problems. Here's how to repair a damaged installation without losing your installed programs and personal files.
Replacing the backup battery in your AlphaSmart 3000, Neo or Neo2 is quite easy and can save a lot of heartache if you use your AlphaSmart to get a lot of writing done.
Regular computer maintenance is a must for anyone spending time on a computer and the Internet. This articles presents tips on what you should be scanning for and resolving on a daily basis.
How to find out if malware--a Trojan, virus, or worm—got past your anti-virus and firewall; how to remove the malicious code manually.
Diagnosing when a CPU is bad or failing can be difficult. This article will help you sort out the symptoms of a failing CPU, whether it is bad or the problems lie elsewhere in the computer.
A tutorial to solve the touchscreen and touchpad issue in Asus T100 and Asus T200 tablet PC. These 2-in-1 laptops suffer from missing driver software quite often in Windows 8.1.
Did you think that video card that died on you the other day is ready for the recycle bin? Let's not get ahead of ourselves. I'll show you how to bring that card back from the dead better than ever!
Have you ever tried to repair a "not recognized" USB flash drive? Well, learn how to fix a corrupted pen drive and fix other common USB problems to recover their data.
When you can't scroll properly with your mouse, the cause can often be due to dust and fluff which has made its way into the wheel. This is really easy to clean with little effort
When a computer will not start up, whether it is a blank screen or no lights, it's frustrating, and it always seems to happen right when you need your computer the most.
Five odd problems caused by faulty RAM. These symptoms can indicate a memory problem. Learn how to fix it.
Think your HDD is on its way out? SMART data bad? Clicking sounds? There are several easily detectable signs that can point to that fact. But what to do in that case? Find out below!