This week’s email newsletter articles are:
- An Email Keeps Being Downloaded Again and Again
Subscriber Jeff Satterwhite wrote to ask about an email problem he was having. Strangely, he didn’t bother to tell me which email program he was using. But, the probable solution wasn’t at his end of the connection:
Terry, I was gone for a couple of weeks and I have a reoccurring email that keeps downloading and won’t let me access any of my other emails. […]
- Reader Wants to Use SSD with Old Motherboard and Windows XP
Recently subscriber Onthony wrorte to me to ask about his plans to use a Sold State Drive (SSD) with his Windows XP computer. The idea is that the SSD is tremendously faster than a regular mechanical hard drive.
Hi Terry, I purchased a SATA SSD to replace my C IDE HDD. The WIN OS […]
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This Week Online — Blast From The Past
Articles Newly Posted Online
These are new articles this week on my Terry’s Computer Tip web site that were originally part of my email newsletter.
- Windows Blue-Screens When Booting
Subscriber Ken Gison wrote because his new laptop wouldn’t boot — it stopped with a blue screen of death (BSOD):
Once again I need some advice. I have a relative new HP lap top it has been working good until yesterday now when you power it up the welcome screen comes up but then the
- Backups And the Joy of Upgrades
Long-time subscriber Richard Fuller wrote from New Zealand to ask about using his old favorite backup program, but using it in Windows 7 instead of Windows XP:
At last I’ve been able to replace my decrepit old PC with a new whiz-bang running Windows7, so I’ve been groping around in the dark for best part of a week trying to find my way in unfamiliar territory.
Installing most things from the old computer went as smoothly as could be expected, with the exception of […]
I love the redesign of my Terry’s Computer Tips web site — it makes article posting and maintenance much easier than before. I’m glad I switched to WordPress and the Genesis Framework. On my Terry’s Computer Tips site, I’m using the base Genesis Framework with a child theme of my own to customize it.