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Dave Hurst is Director of Market Analysis at NextEnergy, leading Next Energy’s Energy Sector and Program teams in the understanding and development of various market segment intelligence. NextEnergy is a convener, collaborator, and service provider accelerating advanced energy technologies through industry and venture development
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Michelle Gilbert, Vice President of Public Relations and Bill Babbit, Tech. Operation Supervisor for Comcast in Michigan have great tips to get the best out of your cable connection.
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Shane Hamelin is a tech expert who works for CompuQuest USA Inc.
The Top Five “Aha” Moments
1.) I’m connected to the Internet but my browser will not display websites.
Answer: Some malware will make normal connection to the Internet impossible by changing your Internet Connection settings to use a proxy server. If you are having problems connecting to the Internet and perhaps getting messages about a web page not being available follow my simple steps to change the Proxy Server back to the correct server.
a) Start then go to control panel.
b) Click Internet options, then connections
c) Click LAN settings then it will open automatic configurations.
d) Remove all the check marks you see on automatic configurations and proxy server
e) Press OK
2.) My laptop will power up but I only have a “Black Screen”
Answer: You turned on your laptop, but the screen is BLACK! You see that the laptop has power but besides that nothing is happening. Some cases, its just static buildup and these simple steps can fix this issue on all brands of laptops.
a) Take out your laptop battery.
b) Remove your AC Adapter Cord, that’s the wall power plug; remove …Read More