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How to Remove Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications

Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) notifications occur when your computer hasn't passed the validation test. The validation test can be failed due to being sold a pirated (non-genuine) copy of XP, or because you have changed your XP product key to a software-generated key, or sometimes it just happens for no reason at all. The failed validation installs three types of notifications on your computer: one on the log in screen, one log in timer, and one balloon. It also stops updates from Microsoft and disables your ability to install IE7 and Windows Media Player 11. This solution can get rid of all three notifications, even though you will still not be able to update through Windows Update. You will not be able to download things from Microsoft that requires a valid license either. EditSteps
Delete Method 1 If you have only just installed Windows Genuine Advantage notifications, simply using the system restore function will remove the program. Then refuse to accept the WGA update next tim…
The CVC-648IRVFHQ is a High resolution, color day/night camera with special shielding to eliminate IR reflections. It is used for indoor ceiling applications to cover the full spectrum of bright light to no light surveillance. This dome camera can be wall or ceiling mounted by using the matching bracket that is included in the box.











Dome Cameras

The revolutionary Merlin® Dome camera comes in a conveniently small, easy to install unit that includes camera, zoom lens, pan/tilt and receiver. The Merlin® Speed Dome has an outstanding variable speed of 1 sec per rotation to 240 sec per rotation, 360° continuous rotations with high speed capacity which offers a dynamic range and wide scope of applications.

The Dome camera has 64 presets*, patterns, zones and auto scan with soft limit stops. The auto flip feature enables the dome camera to rotate 180°, repositioning itself, and allow for continuous viewing of a subject as it passes directly under the dome. The dome can replay the last recorded periodical movement outlined by the joystick including Pan, Tilt and Zoom. This "tour repeater" feature has an internal back up that allows the user to define desired areas or zones then automatically retrace this path. The DigiVue® Dome unit components include the camera, which is a High Resolution color 480 TVL Sony chip.

With the 1…

Laptop Keyboard Problems

Most of the laptop keyboards are a bit delicate and prone to failure after being pounded on by heavy handed users. Broken key caps and even whole sections becoming inoperative are cause for alarm to those users who are clueless as to the cause. Food and drink are a big reason for a majority of trouble. Replacements are readily available and if not, plugging in USB external ones can make for a usable replacement. This robs the user of its true portability but if parts aren't available will allow for continued but limited use. Foreign objects present serious threats to not only the keyboard but the display when left behind and the lid is closed.

To clean the tops of the keys, use isopropyl alcohol. Soak it up into a soft, dust-free cloth, or use a cotton swab and gently rub the key tops. Try not to drip any alcohol inside the keyboard, and never use a spray cleaner directly on the keyboard.


Laptop Keyboards are gross compared to desktop keyboards. They always have food particles and ha…

How WiFi Works

What Is WiFi? A wireless network uses 

radio waves, just like cell phones, televisions and radios do. In fact, communication across a wireless network is a lot like two-way radio communication. Here's what happens: 1.A computer's wireless adapter translates data into a radio signal and transmits it using an antenna. 2.A wireless router receives the signal and decodes it. The router sends the information to the Internet using a physical, wired Ethernet connection. The process also works in reverse, with the router receiving information from the Internet, translating it into a radio signal and sending it to the computer's wireless adapter. The radios used for WiFi communication are very similar to the radios used for walkie-talkies, cell phones and other devices. They can transmit and receive radio waves, and they can convert 1s and 0s into radio waves and convert the radio waves back into 1s and 0s. But WiFi radios have a few notable differences from other radios: ·They transmit a…