Tag Archive: computing

Jan 06 2014

How to fix overclocking failed error

This is a well documented boot failure issue on most Asus motherboard. When the issue arise, the message, “Overclocking Failed! Please enter setup to re-configure your system.” will be displayed on start up before the system goes into boot sequence. So, how can you fix this? What causes the problem? The K-type processors from Intel …

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Jan 05 2014

Cloud computing: a blessing and a curse

Right after the DOT-COM bubble began to shrink, a new concept of computing called cloud computing gave hope to a dying breed. It boosted the profits of entirely Internet based companies like Dropbox Inc. and opened the market for new Internet based companies. The next big step for this technology is the “smart home” which …

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Dec 22 2013

Modification to extend wireless range

Consumer Electronics Design not always beneficial if it retards the primary functions of a device. The internal antennas are such a design concept that cause a lot of headaches for tech guys like me. The primary function of a antenna is to transmit a signal, capture a signal or both. Since most modern equipments are …

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Dec 22 2013

Modules associations

There are few different companies that manufacture modules for home automation. Even with products from same company, it can be difficult to find all in one solutions to consumers’ need. Through manipulating the behaviors of the modules through the controller, we can accomplish almost anything. Let’s look at a situation where solution is not obvious. …

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Dec 08 2013

Searching Multiple Documents

At work, at school or even at home, often we have to read though multiple files to find specific texts or objects. When there are more than one file to search, most users would open and search each file one at a time. But time is invaluable and most of us rather do anything but …

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