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Friday, April 24, 2009

Upgrade to Windows XP

My computer was in trouble a while ago and it really costs a lot to let someone fix it. So I decided to do it in my own so that I can save. The following steps below are the process on upgrading your Operating System (OS) manually:

This section will describe the process on how to upgrade to Windows XP from Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition, and Windows 2000 Professional.

Note: Windows 2000 and Windows 2000 Professional can only be upgraded to Windows XP Professional. Remember that you cannot upgrade Windows 2000 to Windows XP Home.

But before you start the upgrade process, contact your computer manufacturer to obtain the latest BIOS upgrades for your computer and then install the upgrades. If you update the BIOS after you upgrade the computer, you may have to reinstall Windows XP to take advantage of features such as Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) support in the BIOS. If you can do this, update the firmware in all the hardware devices before you start the upgrade.

You may want to disconnect from the Internet during the installation. This step is not necessary, but disconnecting from the Internet during the installation helps protect your computer. For added protection, you may also want to enable the Microsoft Internet Explorer firewall. For more information, see the "Enable or disable Internet Connection Firewall" topic in your Windows operating system Help. For more information about how to prepare Windows 98 or Windows Millennium Edition for an upgrade to Windows XP, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

To upgrade to Windows XP, follow these steps:
1. Start your computer, and then insert the Windows XP CD into the CD or DVD drive.
2. If Windows automatically detects the CD, click Install Windows to start the Windows XP Setup Wizard.

If Windows does not automatically detect the CD, click Start. Then click Run. Type the following command, and then click OK:
CD drive letter:\setup.exe
3. When you are prompted to select an installation type, select Upgrade (the default setting), and then click Next.
4. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the upgrade.
If you have successfully upgraded to Windows XP, you are finished.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Dodge Radiator

Are you looking for a Dodge radiator? The Dodge Radiator is not that hard to find especially when you visit at radiator express.

I found this site when my husband badly needs a radiator for our Dodge truck. We went to different wreck warehouse but we can’t find it. So I went online and type in Dodge radiator and www.radiator.com came out. They have lots of options that I can’t even imagine, plus very competitive prices compare to the market. And that’s how I started shopping from them.

They carry most of Dodge radiator whether upgrade for your compact or sedan, or a replacement for truck or van. In fact shopping at Radiator.com cost the same as a Dodge refurbished radiator, plus its radiator parts are made of high quality materials. The www.radiator.com sells the best quality OE style and aftermarket parts, and selling directly to the customer. They can always keep their prices at guaranteed affordable lowest with a satisfaction lifetime warranty. They sells the best product with customer satisfaction and loyalty.

And if you’re not sure about the installation of Dodge Radiator, they also have certified service center around US who can install parts at competitive rates. All you need to do is visit Radiator.com, make a call and they’ll get the part that you need.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Keep Moving On…

Despite of those struggles in our life, too many downs than ups but it doesn’t mean we have to stop here. Don’t you ever think that the world will end because it doesn’t! As long as the air continuously comes through our nose, that means hope and there’s always way to survive. You might feel the pressure of those downs moment but try to inspire yourself and look back on your happiness. Life sometimes isn’t fair but never gives up, keep fighting. Never retreat nor surrender, but keep moving on until you find the way of joy!

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Web Site Hosting

I’ve been dreaming to get a web site hosting for my blog. That would be very neat to completely own it by myself using a domain. But if you are a clever blogger or blog owner, you should know how to compare the difference of what you are going to pay for a web hosting and to know its benefits for your blog.

I am totally convinced to get my own domain at Web Hosting Geeks for they offer the best services deal. Can you imagine the best outcome of your blog? Through Webhosting Geeks, you’ll be one among the best blog besides that you can get a cheap professional web hosting services for under $10 a month and all webhosting plans include at least one free domain name registration plus 30 days money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with it. In fact Web Hosting Geeks has the top 10 best web host award through the years.

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Thursday, April 2, 2009

My Baby's First Day at Baby's School

Yesterday was my baby's first day at Korean's baby's school, they called it "orinichib. My husband and his sister doesn't want me to put my baby at orinichib because they said that my baby is still young and doesn't know how to speak korean language. We had an argument, I told them how could my baby learn how to speak if she's with me, even me is still studying korean language because it's really hard for me to go to school with my baby I can't concentrate. So what I did, I ask one of my friend who's good in Korean language. I ask her to go with me at orinichib and to follow up all the needed papers. I gave all those papers to my husband for them to fill up and produce the needed documents for my baby's discount at orinichib. At first it was hard for me to explain to them because everytime I told my husband if I could bring my baby at orinichib he just said tomorrow and then that day comes he again said tomorrow. But yesterday I really told him that I'm going to bring my baby at orinichib, and so I did. At first when I left my baby she cried but when I got back to pick her up she enjoyed playing with her new friends. This day also when I left her she didn't cry anymore, hopefully she'll love her new school so that I can find a job.