Converting your Vinyl Records and Tapes to Digital format and recording a DVD sound track to replay on an audio CD.
Ever thought of having a go at transferring your old 45 records and LP's along with cassettes to CD/DVD? Well here's something to whet your appetite having had a go myself recently. I hope it helps you to try it out!
Taking care of your valuable data
Taking care of your valuable data shows you how to back up your data and protect yourself in order not to lose all your hard work in the event of a disk crash etc.
Fitting a second Hard Disk Drive
This article deals with the fitting a second Hard Disk Drive to extend your storage space and create a backup image of your main drive, C: for safety!
I advocate the fitting of a second drive in order to make an image of the C drive as a back up in the event of either a hard disk failure or a corruption of the Windows image on the C drive for whatever reasons. It then makes restoration of your suystem that much easier! For this you'll need some additional software like Symantec Ghost or Powerquest's Drive Image or something similar. There may even be some freeware to do this available nowadays, so I guess a search via something like Google Search may find something.
Convert Vinyl LPs to CD format (old article but still relevant - see above)
Want to convert some old Vinyl LPs to CD format? Check out this « document » and it might help you. All you need is a record deck, amplifier and a link to your computer.
Microsoft Office Tips
Microsoft Office Tips can be downloaded by left clicking your mouse on this « link ».
(These notes were compiled by Alan J Weston.)
Windows Performance Tips
This article explains, in simple terms how to improve the efficiency and power of a computer's Hard Disk Drive File System by using a more powerful file system, NTFS.
To download this document, click « here ». You'll need a pdf reader installed in order to view the document.