• Can I install widows 10 and windows 7 on the same ssd?

    Yes but you have to create separate partitions for the OS's to reside on. For example, if you have Win 10 on your C:\ partition and Win 7 on your D:/ partition. Then all you have to do is select the boot order. For example have it boot to your Win 10, C:/ as your normal boot up and then you'd have to manually select the D:/ partition... show more
    Yes but you have to create separate partitions for the OS's to reside on. For example, if you have Win 10 on your C:\ partition and Win 7 on your D:/ partition. Then all you have to do is select the boot order. For example have it boot to your Win 10, C:/ as your normal boot up and then you'd have to manually select the D:/ partition is you wanted Win 7 to boot up. You cannot put them both on the same partition.
    4 answers · Software · 14 hours ago
  • Is it ok to use laptop after drying up what you spilled on it?

    You should be just fine if it's working okay at this point. However, if you don't feel comfortable you can easily get a replacement keyboard on amazon.com Just do a search similar to this: "replacement keyboard for a Dell, Inspiron Model 9999" and you'll be shown several sellers. Generally speaking a keyboard should be... show more
    You should be just fine if it's working okay at this point. However, if you don't feel comfortable you can easily get a replacement keyboard on amazon.com Just do a search similar to this: "replacement keyboard for a Dell, Inspiron Model 9999" and you'll be shown several sellers. Generally speaking a keyboard should be $20 or less. If you buy it from your laptop's manufacturer you'll pay a lot more. Good Luck!!!
    4 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 1 day ago
  • Why eye porn?

    Get off the drugs ... you'll enjoy life more!!!
    Get off the drugs ... you'll enjoy life more!!!
    4 answers · Programming & Design · 1 day ago
  • Why do some devices work on home wifi but others don't?

    What would have made the most sense would have been to call the ISP and let them troubleshoot the issue remotely !!! They can do that these days...
    What would have made the most sense would have been to call the ISP and let them troubleshoot the issue remotely !!! They can do that these days...
    9 answers · Computer Networking · 3 days ago
  • Chance of recovering a file I deleted over a year ago?

    Oh grasshopper you are so wrong!!! Even within a couple of days it is highly likely that at least parts of the file have been overwritten. The HDD or the SSD is constantly used as a place to store data as the computer is in use. The computer only searches for spots to put things, and if a section of the drive is unwritten or identified as... show more
    Oh grasshopper you are so wrong!!! Even within a couple of days it is highly likely that at least parts of the file have been overwritten. The HDD or the SSD is constantly used as a place to store data as the computer is in use. The computer only searches for spots to put things, and if a section of the drive is unwritten or identified as available to be used, it will be used. Don't ever think that the computer looks for new, previously unused spots to write a file to. When it see's a spot or several spots to write a file to those spots will be used. You also have to understand that the allocated spaces for files are relatively small so most files require several allocated spaces to store a file. Sometimes parts of files can be recovered but you can't realistically hope for more than that. Sorry and good luck.
    5 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 3 days ago
  • So today i pushed my macbook screen too far and i heard a crack, now if i push it a little too far it falls back, so its loose?

    Sounds like you broke the hinge. It is repairable but it's a serious repair and a lot of disassembly has to be done to replace the hinge(s). You may have broken the plastic "bosses" that the hinge(s) mount in. If you did that then it's not repairable and you'll have to either purchase a new upper & lower case or just live... show more
    Sounds like you broke the hinge. It is repairable but it's a serious repair and a lot of disassembly has to be done to replace the hinge(s). You may have broken the plastic "bosses" that the hinge(s) mount in. If you did that then it's not repairable and you'll have to either purchase a new upper & lower case or just live with it.
    4 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 4 days ago
  • Shelf life of new, unused laptop.?

    If I were going to store it for long periods like that I'd at least take the battery out of it.
    If I were going to store it for long periods like that I'd at least take the battery out of it.
    5 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 5 days ago
  • How to have my laptop functioning while the lid is down?

    One thing you can do is to simply cover the display with a towel. Don't put it over the whole laptop because the air under that tent will be warm and the laptop might not cool itself properly. The towel will block the display light just fine and you won't get the download interrupted.
    One thing you can do is to simply cover the display with a towel. Don't put it over the whole laptop because the air under that tent will be warm and the laptop might not cool itself properly. The towel will block the display light just fine and you won't get the download interrupted.
    8 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 5 days ago
  • Can anyone who wants to know about me search my google history from my ISP?

    You can take action yourself by clearing your history. Here's how! <<<<< Google - Clear Your Search History Google knows a lot about you and it should not surprise you to know that everything you say to Google is recorded and kept in a database. However, if you are privacy-conscious enough, you can listen to all of it and... show more
    You can take action yourself by clearing your history. Here's how! <<<<< Google - Clear Your Search History Google knows a lot about you and it should not surprise you to know that everything you say to Google is recorded and kept in a database. However, if you are privacy-conscious enough, you can listen to all of it and delete what you want. In June 2016, Google launched a new portal for all user account-related activities, from where you can manage your privacy settings and see what you have searched for. Here is how to find and delete the recordings of your voice searches. 1. Log into history.google.com 2. Go to “Activity Control” on the left side of the screen 3. Go to “Voice & Audio Activity” 4. Scroll through the list to see everything you have searched for using your voice 5. Check the boxes next to the recordings you want to delete (you can only check one box at a time) 6. Click on "Delete" to complete the process Voice searches are far from the only thing Google saves about its users. All of your search history is saved as well, and if you want to delete that as well, here is how. 1. Go to Google's history page https://history.google.com/history/?utm_... 2. Click on menu (the three vertical dots) and then hit "Activity Controls" 3. Go to "Web & App Activity" and click on "Delete" to complete the process Similarly, you can go and delete your location history, device information and YouTube search history. If you want to stop Google tracking your searches for good, head to the activity controls page and toggle tracking off. However, turning off tracking doesn’t mean Google will stop recording what you say to it or storing what you search for. It only means the data will be saved anonymously instead of being linked to your account. Google claims it stores users’ searches to make ads more relevant and to improve the search feature. If this storage of your internet data makes you feel like your privacy is violated, the only option you have is to not use Google’s services. But if you think it’s illegal for Google to store your data, you would be wrong. When using its services, you agree to allow Google saving your data. Read Google’s Privacy Policy here to understand how and under what circumstances Google can share your information. >>>>> Hope this helps.
    4 answers · Google · 6 days ago
  • Why can t my Dell OptiPlex 7010 boot from a CD?

    You most likely need to go into the Bios and make sure that the CD/DVD drive is first in the boot order. If the hard drive is first in the boot order, and with no OS on it, the bios looks at the hard drive, sees nothing there and stops searching. When the CD/DVD is the first place the Bios looks for an OS and sees the CD/DVD in the drive it will... show more
    You most likely need to go into the Bios and make sure that the CD/DVD drive is first in the boot order. If the hard drive is first in the boot order, and with no OS on it, the bios looks at the hard drive, sees nothing there and stops searching. When the CD/DVD is the first place the Bios looks for an OS and sees the CD/DVD in the drive it will execute the software and install the OS to your hard drive. This is critical and once changed to CD/DVD then Hard Drive, it will always simply look to the CD/DVD drive first. This is the preferred boot order unless you have specific needs to have it look to the HDD first.
    6 answers · Desktops · 1 week ago
  • Can't download iTunes getting an message saying I'm not connected to the Internet - if I wasn't connected I couldn't have gotten that far?

    Try going to a different web page. If it goes to that new page then it validates that it is connected properly to the internet. Then you'll have to troubleshoot the issue if it doesn't go to the 2nd web page.
    Try going to a different web page. If it goes to that new page then it validates that it is connected properly to the internet. Then you'll have to troubleshoot the issue if it doesn't go to the 2nd web page.
    1 answer · Software · 1 week ago
  • No bootable device. Insert boot disk and press any key.?

    You most likely need to go into the Bios and make sure that the CD/DVD drive is first in the boot order. If the hard drive is first in the boot order, and with no OS on it, the bios looks at the hard drive, sees nothing there and stops searching. When the CD/DVD is the first place the Bios looks for an OS and sees the CD/DVD in the drive it will... show more
    You most likely need to go into the Bios and make sure that the CD/DVD drive is first in the boot order. If the hard drive is first in the boot order, and with no OS on it, the bios looks at the hard drive, sees nothing there and stops searching. When the CD/DVD is the first place the Bios looks for an OS and sees the CD/DVD in the drive it will execute the software and install the OS to your hard drive. This is critical and once changed to CD/DVD then Hard Drive, it will always simply look to the CD/DVD drive first. This is the preferred boot order unless you have specific needs to have it look to the HDD first.
    12 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 1 week ago
  • With Windows 10, is it possible to eliminate the sign-in?

    Best answer: How to remove password login from Windows 10: Use Windows 10 without entering your password We wouldn't usually recommend removing security from your mobile devices, but when it comes to the computers you use only at home having to enter a password every time they go into standby mode is a major pain. Fortunately, bypassing the... show more
    Best answer: How to remove password login from Windows 10: Use Windows 10 without entering your password We wouldn't usually recommend removing security from your mobile devices, but when it comes to the computers you use only at home having to enter a password every time they go into standby mode is a major pain. Fortunately, bypassing the Windows 10 password login is easy. To use Windows 10 without entering your Microsoft account password complete the following steps (illustrated below): • Type netplwiz in the Start menu search bar, then click the top result to run the command (right click on Start Button and click on Search). • Remove the check mark from the box next to 'Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer' and hit Apply • Enter your username and password, then re-enter your password. Click Ok • Click Ok again to save the changes
    2 answers · Software · 1 week ago
  • What file/media-recovery softwares for windows 10 do actually work?

    Well firstly you have to understand a little about how a file is stored on your hard drive and how it's deleted. When you save a file to a hard drive or SSD it is generally written to several areas on the drive. It's seldom ever written to one spot unless it is an extremely small file. So when you delete a file it's not actually... show more
    Well firstly you have to understand a little about how a file is stored on your hard drive and how it's deleted. When you save a file to a hard drive or SSD it is generally written to several areas on the drive. It's seldom ever written to one spot unless it is an extremely small file. So when you delete a file it's not actually removed from the HDD/SSD it's simply identified that the areas that are holding the file segments can be overwritten to store other files/data. So it's pretty common for at least part of the file to be overwritten just in normal use of the computer. So chances of parts of that original file are very likely to be over written and it's unlikely that you'll be able to recover the file in its' entirety. With all that said there is FREE software that you can at least try to recover it with and the name of it is Recuva and you can download it on download.com Just do a search for Recuva in the search box and then download and install it. Good luck
    5 answers · Software · 2 weeks ago
  • I need Word program?

    Do a search for Open Office. It is essentially a duplicate of Microsoft Office and it is FREE.
    Do a search for Open Office. It is essentially a duplicate of Microsoft Office and it is FREE.
    8 answers · Programming & Design · 2 weeks ago
  • Hey guys I'm tryna understand this robotic morse code or encryption that keeps popping up on my computer. Can u help me translate it?

    You need to read the manual on your motherboard. The beeps are a code indicating a problem. So most likely you have some hardware such as a video card, audio card, motherboard, etc. that may be ready to fail. So check out the "beep codes" in the owners or maintenance manual.
    You need to read the manual on your motherboard. The beeps are a code indicating a problem. So most likely you have some hardware such as a video card, audio card, motherboard, etc. that may be ready to fail. So check out the "beep codes" in the owners or maintenance manual.
    4 answers · Jokes & Riddles · 2 weeks ago
  • Help with laptop screen display?

    Give this a try: Rotate Screen with a Keyboard Shortcut Hit CTRL + ALT + Up Arrow and your Windows desktop should return to landscape mode. You can rotate the screen to portrait or upside-down landscape, by hitting CTRL + ALT + Left Arrow, Right Arrow or Down arrow.
    Give this a try: Rotate Screen with a Keyboard Shortcut Hit CTRL + ALT + Up Arrow and your Windows desktop should return to landscape mode. You can rotate the screen to portrait or upside-down landscape, by hitting CTRL + ALT + Left Arrow, Right Arrow or Down arrow.
    5 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I use 8GB of DDR3 RAM?

    DDR4 RAM is not backwards compatible with DDR3 motherboards and vice versa. The notch has been moved to prevent accidental insertion of the wrong type of memory. Instead of 240 pins, each module features 288 pins.
    DDR4 RAM is not backwards compatible with DDR3 motherboards and vice versa. The notch has been moved to prevent accidental insertion of the wrong type of memory. Instead of 240 pins, each module features 288 pins.
    4 answers · Desktops · 2 weeks ago
  • I received a laptop as a gift but it has a 7200 RPM 1 TB hard drive and 16 gig intel optane drive. For better performance I want SSD ?

    Well first and foremost the Intel Optane is an SSD. It's just a small capacity SSD. Before I remove either of them you should check to see which drive the Operating System is on. It doesn't make any sense to me to have a 16 GB SSD even in the computer if it's not running the OS. I just read up a little on the "Optane" and... show more
    Well first and foremost the Intel Optane is an SSD. It's just a small capacity SSD. Before I remove either of them you should check to see which drive the Operating System is on. It doesn't make any sense to me to have a 16 GB SSD even in the computer if it's not running the OS. I just read up a little on the "Optane" and the Intel claim is that it places your files "closer to the CPU" for purposes of speed. So you really better check things out before you do anything to the Optane. Do a search like this: "What is an Intel Optane drive". You need to understand it's purpose before you just arbitrarily remove it. Hope this helps.
    9 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 2 weeks ago
  • Why won't my laptop computer battery charge? Dell laptop and the battery is brand new (bought two weeks ago).?

    Sounds like the battery charger has died or not working properly. You can easily find a replacement for it on amazon.com Just do a search for: "Replacement for / ?Dell BatteryCharger Model # xxxxx" You should easily find one for about 1/4 the cost of one from Dell. Hope this helps.
    Sounds like the battery charger has died or not working properly. You can easily find a replacement for it on amazon.com Just do a search for: "Replacement for / ?Dell BatteryCharger Model # xxxxx" You should easily find one for about 1/4 the cost of one from Dell. Hope this helps.
    4 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 2 weeks ago