I have been a volunteer on this site since 2001, I have since completed my BS in computer science (with a minor in math and physics), I also run my own business fixing computers and tutoring people.
I have built my own computer, I manage about 5 web sites (all mine), I have taken many computer classes at school (including Visual Basic programming basic and advanced), and I subscribe to PC Gamer and read their reviews about new games and hardware.
Boy Scouts of America, North West Steam Society
4 years of High School, where I enrolled in a year of Visual Basic Programming, and 3 years of Computer Drafting.
5 years of Community College, where I enrolled in almost all of the programming courses offered
4 years of University, where I majored in Computer Science and minored in math and physics.
Eagle Award (Boy Scouts)
I hope to help others learn about computers and maybe increase my own knowledge.
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if by 'not covered' you mean not insulated and the bare copper wire inside is exposed then yes it is quite dangerous, it's basically as bad as putting a knife into an electrical outlet (unless its the
you can try replacing the mosfet, however I think there might be more wrong with it than just a bad chip. Usually when motherboards fail its due to a much bigger problem (lots of capacitors, bad components
correct, be aware that if its a name-brand computer (like HP or Dell) the new motherboard might not fit. There are plenty of cheap cases on the market (I go to newegg.com and look through their cases first)
Why would you want to do that? As far as I know there are no bluetooth enabled cameras on the market, they have sd cards and other memory cards that have bluetooth built into them but there isn't anything
I'm currently living in an older house where mold has been a problem in the past so we try to keep the place at least 67 or warmer, so as long as you can keep the house around that temp there should be