Author Archives: Bryce Whitty

About Bryce Whitty

Bryce is an Australian computer technician and the founder of Technibble. He started his computer repair business when he was 17 years old and is still running it 9 years later. He is an avid traveller and spends at least a month of the year in another country.

The Danger of Social Engineering to Businesses

Over the years I’ve talked to a lot of people, most of which are seeking advice or guidance on some kind of computing related subject, which is fine, I’m happy to help anyone looking to improve their ability. However, usually when sitting in a general chat room and people are …

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Repair Tool of the Week: Tweak UI

Tweak UI, an official tool from Microsoft, isnt so much a repair tool but a tool to make small tweaks to an Windows XP based system. Although it does have the ability to repair your hotkeys, repair your font folder, repair regedit, repair unread mail count and repair icons its …

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Hardware Reviews, Jan 17th 2007.

Cyber Snipa Spotter USB Webcam Review @ Tweaknews.net PowerColor X1650 XT AGP Review @ Technic3D abit Fatal1ty AN9 32X review @ NordicHardware Vantec Piano 101 – Ultimate laptop dock? @ OCModShop

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Beginners Guide to Upgrading your RAM

Are your applications running slow or the whole computer running a little sluggish? Chances are you might need some more memory. So what is the ideal amount? What do I need to know before I start? In this guide we answer these questions. Read on.

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Repair Tool of the Week: RawCopy

RawCopy is a tool designed to copy the contents of one harddrive to another. This program is ideal for those with faulty drives and want to transfer the data directly without going though folder by folder. The program also has built in data recovery code which will attempt to recover …

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Hardware Reviews, Jan 8th 2007.

Thermalright HR-03 VGA Videocard Cooler Review @ Tweaknews.net MSI P965 Platinum Mainboard Review @ Technic3D DVD Formats Explained @ OCModShop TV Calibration Tips @ eCoustics

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Repair Tool of the Week: Pocket Killbox

Pocket Killbox is a tool that allows you to delete files that Windows wont allow you to delete because the file is currently in use.

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Repair Tool of the Week: Process Explorer

Ever wonder which program has a certain file or folder open? Now you can find out. Process Explorer displays a list of currently running processes and DLL’s on a the local Windows based system. It is very useful for finding viruses and malware. For example, if the computer is launching …

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Repair Tool of the Week: Driver Collector

Driver Collector is a tool designed to find and collect installed windows drivers for the hardware you select on your PC. Once you tell it which type of drivers you want to collect, it will copy them to a specific folder. This can be very handy when preparing for a …

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Computer Repair Parody [video]

Chris shows us how to install a CPU fan, flash your BIOS, replace your BIOS battery, keep your PCI ports performing at their best and disabling onboard functions such as your PS2 Ports.

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