Computer Windows Repairs

How To : Repair Windows XP with a boot disk

Puzzled on how to use your boot disk to repair your Windows XP system? This informative video from www.computerhilfen.com shows you step by step exactly what to expect to see on your computer screen. Fixing that slow or broken Windows XP computer system is not impossible! Make ...more

How To : Make a bootable system repair disc in MS Windows 7

There may come a time when your computer just won't boot. With a bootable system repair disc you can access and perhaps fix your computer. This guide will show you how to create a boot disk for Microsoft Windows 7. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to f ...more

How To : Speed up a slow Windows computer

Have you ever gotten a new computer and it works great the first few weeks that you use it? And then after only a few weeks of use it suddenly starts to respond very slow and sluggish. A very common complaint among users of Microsoft's Windows XP operating system for the PC is ...more

How To : Build a Windows computer with an i7 processor

This detailed five-part video will show you the exact steps to building your own computer. See the PC building step-by-step instructions, brought to you by the Ultimate Handyman. First, see the parts necessary to build a Windows computer with an i7 processor, then see how to ...more

How To : Install an FTP server on any Windows computer

In this tutorial, we learn how to install an FTP server on any Windows computer. First, go to the website zftp server. Now, download this and install it on your computer, downloading the free version. When you install it, choose a password and enter your information, then cont ...more

How To : Hack into a Windows computer

This is how to hack a computer for educational purposes. First you need its IP address, radmin viewer 3.3 or later, and an open port scanner. Okay so first you need the IP and scan the IP address of the computer. Now find what open port it has. Ok then open up radmin viewer an ...more

How To : Speed Up Your Computer (Windows 7 OS)

Are you tired of counting your hair while waiting for your computer or laptop to respond? Then, these easy steps are perfectly fit for you, especially if you're a Windows 7 user. It's time to speed up, my friend! Performance Over Appearance Modification Let's start with opt ...more

News : Steampunk Computer - "Windows 1900"

A fully functional steampunk computer workstation. With attention to detail this unique computer was manufactured from old materials. The ensemble consists of iron, steel, wood, brass, glass and leather. Perfect for timetravelers office or as ether terminal. Consists of a 150 ...more

How To : Explore your "computer" in Windows 7

Top-Windows-Tutorials is a great site dedicated to Windows tutorials for almost all things Windows. Whether you are a computer novice or an expert in Windows operating systems, you'll find useful information in these guides catering to your level of expertise. These user frien ...more

How To : Back up and restore a computer with Windows 7

New user to Windows 7? Microsoft has put out a series of video tutorials explaining how to maximize your Windows 7 experience. Follow along with this computer lesson and learn how to: *Back up your files *Set up or change automatic backup settings *Restore files from a backup ...more

How To : Open ports on your Windows XP computer

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to open ports on a Windows XP computer. Begin by clicking on the Start menu and open Control Panel. Double-click on Network Connections and select your network connection. Right-click on it and select Properties. Click on the Advanced ...more

How To : Speed up your Windows 7 computer with ReadyBoost

ReadyBoost in Windows 7 can give your PC a boost. How? This feature takes advantage of unused space and can quickly free up room and make your computer faster. Watch this Microsoft video for more details. Just plug in a USB flash drive or card and let ReadyBoost borrow it. Re ...more

How To : Install VMware Player 3.1 on a Windows 7 computer

Interested in installing VMware Player 3.1 on your Win 7 PC? This clip will show you how it's done. It's simple! So simple, in fact, that this home-computing how-to can present a complete, step-by-step overview of the process in just over three minutes. For more information, i ...more

How To : Reformat a computer with Windows XP

In this video the tutor shows how to format a Windows XP PC by showing a live demonstration. First he shows how to hold down the delete button while computer starts so that you can get into the BIOS settings. Then in the BIOS he shows how to change the primary boot device from ...more

How To : Increase your computer speed using Windows Vista

This is a directional video of how to increase the speed of a Windows Vista PC. The first step is to uninstall programs that you do not use. Then you want to go into MSCONFIG and remove unnecessary start up entries. You can also configure the performance options of your comput ...more

How To : Keep Your Computer Organized in Windows 7

At some point, we all go from organized to disorganized. Let's assume you are a business executive working in a busy corporate building. Chances are you are going to get a heavy workload and it will impact how clean your workspace is. However, this article is about keeping you ...more

How To : Install Windows 7 on your computer

In this video, we learn how to install Windows 7 on your computer. First, place the disk inside your computer and start the installation process. Setup will start, then it will start to copy files, expand files, install features, install updates, and then complete. As it runs ...more

How To : Do a clean install of Windows 7 on your computer

Microsoft has released its latest rendition of the Windows operating system, Windows 7. Windows 7 succeeds Windows Vista and comes with many improvements and useful updates. To install the update one a personal computer running Windows, a backup of the user's personal files an ...more

How To : Prepare your computer to upgrade to Windows 7

Rocketboom Tech correspondent Ellie Rountree recommends 5 tips for installing Windows 7. Before making the big switch to Windows 7, check out these tips. Some topics covered are backing up your files, picking out the right version of Windows 7 for you, and when to make the swi ...more

How To : Adjust computer sound volume in Windows 7

If you have Windows 7 and you are trying to figure out how to adjust or mute the volume, then you should watch Helpvids “Adjusting the Computers Sound Volume in Windows 7”. There are many different ways to adjust the sound volume in Windows 7, and this video will show you a fe ...more

How To : Find your computer's IP address in Windows Vista

This video will show you how to find your own IP address in Windows Vista, which is more difficult and confusing to use than Windows XP was. First, you should go down to the bottom right hand corner and find an icon of two computers, which is your network connection button. Cl ...more

How To : Get Your Computer Ready for the Windows 10 Update

The day has finally come, and after quite a bit of hype and buildup, Windows 10 is now officially available. The update itself is on a staged rollout, which means it will be slowly becoming available to users over the coming weeks and months, so don't panic if you haven't alre ...more

How To : Restart Windows OS without rebooting your computer

This how to video shows you how to restart Windows without rebooting the computer. Press control, alt, and delete on the keyboard at the same time. Your task manager program will open. Select processes and click image name to sort it. Select explorer.exe and press end process. ...more

How To : Connect a Windows Mobile Device to a Computer

Connecting your new smartphone gadget to your desktop isn't just connecting these products with a USB cord. It is important to sync them to allow the transfer of data from your smartphone to your computer and vice-versa. This is desired if you wish to transfer information incl ...more

How To : Search your computer and the internet in Windows 7

The new Windows 7 layout is streamlined for the occasional user to the head of human relations for Microsoft. Wall papers, system sounds, and resolution settings were covered in the instructional how to video. The evaluation specialist was knowledgeable and articulate. Transit ...more

News : Stop Windows Update from Shutting Down Your Computer

Sometimes windows will shutdown for "updates", which is great and all except when you had an unsaved project in the works or a huge file conversion that you expected to be completed when you wake up, only to find your computer rebooted. Check out the links below for instructi ...more

How To : Hack Any Windows 7 User Password.

This is a how to to change any user password on a windows 7 computer. If you forgot your password you can change any account password even if you are locked out of your account. Warning I am not responsible for any damage done to any computer in the process of this hack or an ...more

How To : Bypass Windows Passwords Part 2

This is the second installment of the short series on how to remove user passwords in Windows. Once again this has only been tested on Windows 7. If I can find some time between two jobs and school I'll test all the ways on Windows 10 and Windows 8/8.1. Step 1: Startup Repair ...more

How To : Fix the "hal.dll is missing or corrupt" error

If you've received the "hal.dll is missing or corrupt" error message from your Windows machine, then you're in luck! This video will show you how to correct that problem with the Recovery Console tool that comes with the Windows 2000 and XP CDs. Using the Windows Recovery Cons ...more

How To : Find details about your RAM & processor type in XP

In this how-to video, you will learn how to check your personal computer's RAM, processor speed, and operating system information on Windows XP. First, go to start and select my computer. From here, click view system information to open a new window. A screen will show you the ...more

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