How To Repair XP

The answer obviously depends on what is wrong with your XP. There are lots of factors that are involve before we can safely say the right way to repair your XP operating system. Some factors are caused by hardware while some are caused by software bugs.

Taking away the hardware factors, let us focus on software factors. I just recently discovered this site that offers a repair of your XP. It is not free, but its worth a try since most of us are not techie. If you are willing to pay the price, then this can be a good solution.

Reimage is offering its one of a kind pc repair technology to the general public. They claim that they can repair most XP bugs and other XP problems. Here are just some of the many things that it can repair:

  • Computer doesn't hibernate

  • Windows pop up message: “Task manager has been disabled by your administrator”

  • IP Config makes computer hang

  • Antivirus 2009/2008 cannot be uninstalled.

  • Antivirus 2009.2008 wallpaper hijack

  • Clicking Internet Explorer creates another short cut instead of opening the browser

  • etc. CLICK HERE.

The big set back of this software is its price. It cost around $65-79. I think this is too expensive for an outdated, faced out software.

With the big turn of our economy, I think it is still better to repair it yourself by spending a little time for personal research over the net. Not only that you will learn a lot, but it is also a way lot cheaper than to pay a third party repair technicians. But if you have no time for research and have lots of reserve money, then perhaps this is a good investment to protect your important files stored in your computer.
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Review of Asus AiGuru SV1 – Skype Video Phone

Skype is one of the fastest growing internet phones in the world. Even here in my own place, if people are not using Yahoo Messenger, they are using Skype.

One of the main features of Skype is their development of their own video phones that you can connect in your own PC. All you need is an internet connection. Asus AiGuru SV1 is not a cellphone, but an internet phone.

Asus AiGuru SV1 gives full video conferencing using PC and an internet connection. It is very straight forward to use. You can use a network cable to connect it to your PC or you can use it wirelessly. And of course it is easier to use it wirelessly. All you have to do is to enter your WEP or WPA key via the cursor key and on screen keyboard.

It is very portable and flexible. The housing is adjustable and it comes with rechargeable batteries. With these features, you can easily move it around the house.

Some people who already have this said that the on-screen keyboard is a little fiddly but using a laptop/pc keyboard and mouse makes it easier to use.

Reported price: £219.95

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