Fix Windows 7 Blackscreen (a How To)

Tech Paul has an excellent ‘how-to’ on the Windows 7 Blackscreen.  He truly taught an old dog a few tricks with his article.

Video adapter problems are the most common cause of this issue. First, try to find out if there’s a problem with the cables you’re using or the way they’re connected. If you have an alternate way of connecting your monitor to your PC, try it.

BitDefender QuickScan

Here’s another excellent review from a fellow blogger.  Rick over at What’s On My PC reviews BitDefender’s browser plugin showing you how you can insure your pc is not infected by malware.

BitDefender’s QuickScan is an online tool which uses a technology they call .in-the-cloud. scanning technology which is capable of detecting active malware in less than a minute.

Linux Live USB Creator

Here’s an excellent review of Linux Live USB by Bill Mullins -

If you’re looking for a painless way to run Linux without having installed any one of 200+ distributions to your Hard Drive, or without having to boot from a Live CD, then open source Linux Live USB Creator could be the perfect tool. In a very simple process, Linux Live USB Creator will install any one of a huge range of Linux distributions to a USB drive.