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Mike Rigsby

U.S.
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Areas of expertise: PC Hardware, Peripherals, Barcode Scanners, Printers, and Applications, Networking, Microsoft Applications. I am good at researching issues and have a lot of contacts in the IT industry. So, if I can't directly answer a question I can likely find the answer. Areas I won't be much help in: Apple Computers, Linux, older Networking technologies like Token Ring, or Thick/Thinnet.

Flinix

U.S.
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I can answer most No POST problems, compatibility between parts, upgrade options, troubleshooting, etc. Before you ask me a question, please do some research. I do not give PC speed reviews for video games.

Keith

U.S.
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Experienced in complete system builds where knowledge of kinds and types of motherboards, processors, and RAM have to be compatible. This includes intermediate knowledge of video card technologies and the troubleshooting and repair of problems associated with said hardware.

Bobbert

U.S.
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I have nearly two decades of experience in IT, computer repair, and related fields and will attempt to provide the most solid, brand-agnostic advice when it comes time to purchase a new computer, or upgrade an existing machine. I can answer anything from the seemingly basic to the downright complicated - and will do my best to provide this information in a clear and concise manner.

Saleem

India
Available
Support Engineer with years of on-site and on-call expertise in computer Hardware and OS related issues.

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2016-09-12 WIFI BUILT IN COMPUTER:

You shouldn't have any compatibility issues between either OS. There are different specs between wifi adapters, but it will mainly be signal dB strength and supported wifi bands. Either way, anything you

2016-09-05 WIFI BUILT IN COMPUTER:

By default, the computer model did not come with Wi-Fi built-in. Unless you or someone previously has installed a Wi-Fi card, your computer does not have Wi-Fi. You can check to see if you have a Wi-Fi

2016-09-04 QUESTION BOOTING COMPUTER:

Sounds like that computer has some definite issues. There's ways to remove, reinstall, or repair .NET Framework and it's easier to for me to just point you to yet more sites with information than to try

2016-09-03 QUESTION BOOTING COMPUTER:

You can try leaving it blank or there are ways to try and reset it, like here:    http://www.isunshare.com/windows-7-password/windows-7-admin-password-reset.html    But again, you're getting into troubleshooting

2016-09-01 QUESTION BOOTING COMPUTER:

You can try some of the steps in the following article that I linked below. However, you might want to see if you have any local computer savvy friends, or maybe a local PC repair shop to take a look at

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