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While there are plenty of off-the-shelf solutions that you can buy, you'll get the most reward by getting down and dirty and building your own PC. Here's a rundown of what you'll need to do.
Windows can be scary place if you're no computer expert and your PC goes wrong, but most glitches can be solved by following these tips.
On call to mum and dad? First point of contact whenever a friend's PC dies? Here are some things that you should always have strapped to your utility belt.
If you've just upgraded or replaced your RAM, then the first thing you should do is test it.
Bad RAM can cause unpredictable behavior in Windows. If you suspect that your RAM is the culprit of your woes, we'll show you how to test it.
What do you do when a virus or trojan horse cripples your system? Your favorite security app may have a bootable rescue CD you can use or you can use the free AVG Rescue CD. In part six of "What to do with your USB flash drive," we'll show you how to install it onto your USB flash drive.
Why is it so difficult to determine whether Windows errors are because of faulty system memory?
I make a case that all Windows users should keep a Linux Live CD at their beck and call.
Find the source of mysterious program freeze-ups by searching the Web and running free diagnostic utilities.