Réponse à : « How do I reconnect the display cable on an iPhone 4s? »A little bit slower: Ashley, START by USING this guide
Réponse à : « Brake light keep on dashboard keep going on and off. »Second, the wiring of your bracket wearing indicator could be faulty. There is a cable connected to one of your brake brackets which goes to a connector, usually fixed somewhere on the suspension. This one comes new every time you change your brackets, so don't worry about this one. From there another cable is routed through the car body, this one was installed in 1996 and is in motion due to steering, suspension movement and so on since then. Due to this it might be damaged, look for visual damage especially where it is routed close to the car body and repair if necessary.
Réponse à : « Do I really need a anti-static strap/mat for dismantling a desktop? »Everybody got a different approach to prevent ESD damages (so he thinks it's necessary to do so). Since I'm lazy and I don't want to bother with wrist straps and so on my personal preference is simply to prevent ESD. My way is wireless, I just set up a small fan guided by 2 pc. Ion Quadbars above my workspace. Never worry about procedures again. Easy, effective and for someone is dealing with sensitive devices daily not that cost intensive.
Réponse à : « HELP! I believe that our router and network hub are being attacked. »to understand your problem, some more information would be helpful: - do you use a static or a dynamic IP address? - how do you point to your IP (which DNS service are you using)? - which services are running behind your router (Domain server, Mail server, hosting services,...)? Edit: I just did a quick checkup on the 2Wire thing you call router.... never heard of this piece of electronics before but google is my friend. My advice: get that thing OFFLINE and continue using it as an AP for something you don't really need or just scrap it. This "thing" is absolutely insufficient to act as stand-alone router, it would rather drop packages than rejecting connections, for this and 100 other reasons automated attackers are able to punch holes into the firewall from time to time and just won't stop trying all over again and again because they never get fully blocked. Recommendation: If your company or lets say your network is VERY small, you should at least invest 50-80 bucks for hardware, which is able to: -...