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Computer Hardware Professionals gives you the tools necessary to become an engineer or technician in the field of designing and building computers and their components, for the public.
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How to set up RAID will show you the steps needed to set up fault tolerant disk drives. This article will give you the reasons, requirements, and the tools necessary to do it yourself.
About us is a description of my computer background and how it allowed me to grow as a person.
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This article illustrates how I resolved a computer failure on my machine. It could give you some pointers on how you might solve your computer problems.