I am always told that removing a hardware when a transfer is being made can result in very harmful consequences for my laptop. I have never tried anything of this sort. Can anyone who tried it tell me what the immediate outcome is? Does it do permanent damage to either the hardware or the laptop itself
I just installed a new sound card on my MSI motherboard. After doing so I rebooted my system and I am currently faced with an error just before the windows loading logo. I tried to restart a few times now and this keeps on happening. While checking the error, windows is recommending to check if I recently installed some hardware. How do I fix this?
Dell Laptop: The amount of system memory has changed. I have a dell laptop which is giving this BIOS message. Can anybody help me to solve this problem?
I am the proud owner of a Nintendo 3ds and I have been very satisfied with this product so far. I just heard recently that Nintendo came up with a revamped version of the 3DS. I want to know the main difference between the new version and the previous own. Also, can anyone advise me if I should get the new system?
I just bought a Wii and I know it is a dated system. But there are a lot of games that I have always wanted to play on the Wii. The first thing that I noticed is that you have component cables, is there another way I can connect my Wii to my TV. Also the max resolution is only 480p. Can this be upped?
I was recently watching a video on the new Tesla car, the model S P85D. I saw that the car is an all-electric car and it had racing capabilities and an on-board computer controlling all the mechanics. Also, in the video I was watching, the car got even faster with an over the air update. Can anyone explain to me how that is even possible?