Restoring factory settings on a Toshiba laptop is a process that involves turning off the laptop, removing all the peripherals, pressing the zero key while turning on the laptop, choosing the "Recovery of Factory Software" option from the Recovery Wizard and finally restarting the laptop. This process, which uses a special system recovery image stored in a secret location on the hard disk, may vary from machine to machine with some of the machines asking for disks (multi-disk packages).
Processes that can be eliminated are those that are not currently used by both the user and operating system. Some processes are vital for the smooth running of the operating system and these shouldn't be killed as they can cause the computer to malfunction.Full Answer >
A fuser kit on a printer is made up of two rollers that are used to fuse the printer's toner onto the papers being printed in the machine. Because the two rollers generate heat, the paper is warmed as it comes out of the laser machine.Full Answer >
Silicon is used to make computer chips. A computer chip is an integrated circuit that processes information. It is composed of transistors, resistors, capacitors and diodes.Full Answer >
Computer hazards are issues that arise within the micro-architectures of a CPU that prevent it from executing the next pipe stage of a programmed instruction. CPU hazards can be further divided into three sub-categories: structural, data and control.Full Answer >