Archive for December, 2010
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After a little bit of research it appears the direct sunlight approach to solar is a thing of the past.Â New technology allows diffused light to generate electricity through the solar panels and thus maximizes any solar panel even slightly exposed to sunlight. Putting this information aside, The Solcar Vox does look like a fresh idea on charging your USB gadgets or other devices which charge via USB like the iPhone. If you like the idea you can pre-order the prototype which is Continue Reading
Not a bad idea considering most of us now have USB sticks in our pocket, car or computer bag.Â I think the wifi SD card is a bit better of an idea, but this too will work. The concept camera from Samsung has three female USB ports to accept mass storage devices [tech term for USB stick] and a male USB for connecting to a computer for downloading. Continue Reading
How To: Fix MacBook Air and USB Ethernet AdapterIf you are one of the few who rushed out to purchase the MacBook Air, you might have found yourself in a bit of a pinch.Â How to get the USB Ethernet Adapter working?Â If this is you, or a friend you know, here is a quick fix until a new Apple update is published.
First, it appears that some have luck plugging the adapter into different ports on the MacBook Air, but it’s not a universal solution. After a bit of investigative work sifting through the Apple forums, you can do the following for a sure thing fix: Continue Reading
How to turn off autoplay Windows 7 for USB flash drives.Some may want to turn off the USB auto play so that when a USB device is connected the auto pop-up window doesn’t appear.Â I don’t mind the pop-up window as it usually defaults to the area or program I’m trying to get into anyway, but for some, I could see the frustration.Â So on that note, here is a quick USB tutorial on how to turn off the USB auto run function. First, click START > RUN and type in gpedit.mscÂ then click RUN.
Next you’ll want to navigate to the location shown below.Â That would be: Computer Configuration > Admin Templates > Windows ComponentsÂ Once there you would double click Windows Components
That will take you to the following area where we can select the menu to edit the USB autorun functions.Â Double click the AutoPlay Policies
Next select the Turn Off Autoplay by double clicking it. Continue Reading