On today's show, we break down disk cloning, step by step, Veronica's getting a gaming PC upgrade and CES is almost here!
On today's show, we break down disk cloning, step by step, Veronica's getting a gaming PC upgrade, Patrick helps troubleshoot Serafina's PC, get your video meme updates from Devour, will replaceable batteries soon be a thing of the past? CES is almost here, and more!
Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton, Robert Heron and Veronica Belmont bring you hands on reviews of the latest gear, tips and tricks that improve the tech you already own and conversations with the most informative experts around.
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CK in Singapore wrote in, "In the last episode of Tekzilla (#277), you covered disk cloning of a Windows 7 installation using software like Macrium Reflect Free. However, I didn't have much luck with it." Watch the video for steps to ensure everything goes right when you want to clone a drive. And we'll explain how to optimize an SSD while we're at it!
It's been almost 2 years since my last gaming pc segment, so we decided it was time to upgrade the ol' girl with a few new parts for the new year... Veronica and Roger talk SSDs, PSUs, and whether or not Veronica should wait to upgrade her GPU!
Feel like you can never quite keep up with all the videos being shared online? Take a moment to peruse Devour.com, this week's Website We Can't Get Enough Of! The videos on this site are hand-picked everyday by a team of meme geniuses, and delivered either directly to your Facebook page, over email, or in easy bite-sized chunks on their homepage.
Troubleshooting problems is one of the many joys of owning a PC. You know cryptic error messages, blanks screens, and strange noises. Here to give us a first hand example is Tekzilla Producer Serafina. Watch the video to find out why Patrick thinks her dead drive and motherboard issues might mean her PC needs a new PSU!
Learning Eagle writes in, "I'm considering buying either a tablet or an ultra-notebook next year, not sure which. Apart from different usage for theses devices, what about their batteries? Are the batteries in these devices by any means user-replaceable? Are they removable or soldered? I'd like to be able to replace the battery when it reaches the end of its lifetime."
Donald wrote in, "I think the reason that the reason we can't use electronic devices during takeoff and landing is NOT due to the so-called "threat" of "radio interference" bringing down planes, but the actual threat of passengers being distracted during takeoff and landing, the most crucial parts of any flight." The FAA has never actually said this, have they?
More options for warm fingers while using your smart phone! Milan writes, "I have seen the touch screen gloves in your #277 episode. Here is a good suggestion for you. Check out the gloves at ox-wear.com. Gloves are only 15.99 euros. (very cheap solution). I'm using them, and they are working well."