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05/04/2020

Kul Teenz

“Make no mistake.

When loved ones are removed from your home by ambulance because the virus has hit them hard, you are not going to be able to follow them there, sit by their hospital bed and hold their hand.

You are not going to be able to pop in at 7.00 pm for visiting hours. They are going to have no one other than exhausted and brave hospital staff to see them through days or weeks of barely breathing through a ventilator until they either die or recover. They are not going to be well enough to text you.

You are not going to be able to phone the ward to check in on them regularly (staff will be too busy for that). During that time, they will be completely alone, while you sit at home waiting to hear whether they have made it through.

Imagine that person is someone you love dearly. Because it's going to be a reality for many in the coming weeks.

And if that person in hospital happens to be you, going through that ordeal completely alone, it would be nothing less than terrifying.

Please stay home and only go out if absolutely necessary. Social distancing is imperative right now for your family and mine.

Share."

02/04/2020

Kul Teenz

COVID-19 IN CHURCH
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A man went to Church on Sunday and gave testimony that he was infected with CORONAVIRUS and that miraculously God had healed him. When he finished, he tried to give the microphone to the second man
who was waiting to give his own testimony, but the man refused to take it.

Second man: I have no testimony. Give it to pastor.
So the man tried to give microphone to pastor.

Pastor: I'm not in charge of testimonies so give it to senior pastor.
So the man went to senior pastor.

Senior pastor: Brother in Christ, the mic is yours. It's a gift from the church for your marvelous testimony. Please take it home.😂😂😂

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Lets fight Corona, by washing our hands using running water and soap for at least 20 sec, and staying home.... Since no body is willing to die...

31/03/2020

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Did you know that INDIA has a population of 300 - 500 million people????? Imagine a drop of Corona Virus in INDIA..... Let's not forget INDIA in our prayers....

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11/06/2016

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[02/11/15]   YOU CAN AS WELL EARN BY JUST REFERRING CLIENTS TO 'ICT EXPERTS'. BE A MARKETEER FOR ICT EXPERTS... Besides providing ICT services, ICT Experts also expertise in Graphics and Designing and also offers printing services for the following; 1.Magazines.
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[02/09/15]   Besides providing ICT services, ICT Experts also expertise in Graphics and Designing and also offers printing services for the following;
1.Magazines.
2.Posters.
3.Banners.
4.Stickers.
5.Brochures.
6.Wedding Cards.
7.Graduation cards.
8.Pledge cards.
9.Business Cards.
10.Calenders.
11.Plastic & Laminated Identity Cards.
12.Receipt Books.
13.Company Voucher.
14.Letter Heads.
15.Invoices.
16.Delivery Notes.
17.Engraving.
18.Embroidery.
19.T-Shirt Screen Printing.
20.Public Information & Marketing campaigns.
21.Self Inking Stamps.
22.Car Branding.
23.Logos Certificates.
24.Tear Drops.
25.Sign Posts.
27.Tyre Covers.
28.Annual Reports.
29. Etc.......
For more information, contact us on 0773391127/0701400345

[11/09/14]   Computer parts that you might want to know about.

The computer is not the modem, hard drive, or CPU as some of us thought. These three
terms represent individual components that are part of the computer. They, along
with other terms, are defined here.

Case: The cabinet that holds the main components of a computer.

Power supply: A box-shaped device that converts wall-outlet AC power to lowvoltage
DC used to power the devices in the computer.

Motherboard (system board, main board, desktop board): The large printedcircuit
board to which all other parts are connected.

Expansion slots: Slot connectors on the motherboard for attaching various
components. Motherboards typically have several expansion slots.

Central Processing Unit (CPU, or processor): The chip that performs all of the
calculations necessary for the computer to do its job.

Random Access Memory (RAM, or memory): Chip assemblies that store data
for very quick recall. The main memory in a computer requires constant power
to be able to hold data. Every task performed by a computer requires the program
and data to be loaded into memory.

Hard drive (hard disk drive, HDD): A device that stores data on permanently
enclosed magnetic disks. The vast majority of computers have at least one hard
drive. Data stored on a hard drive remains after the power is disconnected. The
operating system (OS) (such as Windows), along with programs and data, are
almost always stored on a hard drive.

Basic Input Output System (BIOS): A program that works as soon as the computer
is powered on to test hardware, locate the OS startup files on the hard drive
in order to start the OS, and support the transfer of data among hardware devices.
The BIOS is usually stored on a Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
(CMOS) flash memory chip. Flash memory is expensive memory that holds its
data indefinitely after the power has been disconnected, but the data can be
changed. See Chapter 2, “System Configuration and Computer Hygiene,” and
Chapter 3, “Motherboards and Their Components,” for more information.

Optical drives: Including CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, and various
writable DVD drives, optical drives are devices that read, or read and write
data from or onto discs using laser beams.

Floppy disk drives (FDD, floppy drives, diskette drives): Devices that store
data on removable magnetic disks. Virtually all floppy drives sold since the
mid-1990s have been of the 3.5" variety. These floppy disks are enclosed in a
thin, hard plastic shell. Because of this, they are sometimes confused with hard
drives. However, because of their limited capacity, their susceptibility to data
loss, and other reasons, floppy disks have become much less useful in recent
years. However, as you will see in subsequent chapters, floppy disks can be indispensable
for certain repairs.

Ports: Connectors, usually on the back of the computer, to which peripheral
devices can be connected.

Modem: A device that allows the computer to access a telephone line for the
purpose of faxing, Internet access, data transfer between computers, or other
telephone-related uses. Internal modems plug into expansion slots, while an
external modem connects to a port on the computer.

Monitor (display): A device resembling a television that displays the computer’s
video images.

Sound card (multimedia device): A device whose primary function is to allow
a computer to play and record sound. A sound card can either be a separate card
that plugs into an expansion slot, or a component built into the motherboard.

Video card (video adapter, graphics adapter, display adapter): A device
whose primary function is to generate a video signal (“picture”) to be shown on
the monitor. A video card can either be a separate card that plugs into a slot on
the motherboard, or a device built into the motherboard.

Network card (network adapter, network interface card, NIC): A device that
connects the computer to the network. A network is a group of computers connected
together so that they can communicate with each other. Network cards
either come as a separate card, or are built into the motherboard

[11/04/14]   How to Recover Data from the Hard Drive of a Dead Laptop

When a computers dies due to a software failure rather than a hardware problem, its files remain inaccessible but intact on the hard drive. To recover data from the hard drive of a dead Windows, Mac, or Linux notebook, follow one of the methods below.

Steps
1 Turn Your Old Hard Drive into an External Hard Drive (Windows, Mac, Linux)
1. 1
Get a hard drive disk enclosure. This is an external system into which you can place a computer’s hard drive in order to run it on another computer via a USB port; essentially, the enclosure will turn your laptop’s hard drive into an external hard drive. Different computers use different hard drive models, so be sure to check your dead laptop’s specifications before making this purchase. Ex. If your laptop has a 2.5 SATA drive, you will need a 2.5 SATA USB enclosure.
o Unless you have a SATA drive, be sure to buy a laptop-sized disk enclosure; only SATA-ready enclosures can accommodate both desktop and laptop hard drives.
o Note that disk enclosures aren’t commonly found in big-box stores and are usually purchased online.
2. 2
Borrow a working computer that is compatible with your old one. If you had a Windows, use another Windows; if you had a Mac, use another Mac; etc. Make sure it has enough space to accommodate the files you want to recover from the dead laptop; alternatively, you can hook a second external hard drive up to the working computer and simply use the computer as a transfer system for the files.
o A Linux computer will be able to read files off of a Windows computer (but not the other way around); unless you understand both systems, however, it is best to use a Windows computer to recover a Windows hard drive.
3. 3
Mac users can insert a Windows hard drive into their computer and be able to read (not write) the contents of their hard drive if they did not install a seperate driver, for example NTFS-3G or Paragon NTFS. Take caution, though, and only use Disk Utility during the process to "mount" the hard drive. Any other action you make on Disk Utility may remove contents.
4. 4
Remove the hard drive from the dead laptop. Turn off the laptop, unplug it, and remove the battery. Turn it over and you’ll see that various sections of the laptop base can be unscrewed and removed seperately. Either look up your laptop model online to see exactly where the hard drive sits or simply look for the most likely candidate: though it differs between laptops, a laptop hard drive is often similar in size and shape to a 3.5-inch floppy disk. Unscrew the hard drive cover and remove the hard drive. Some models will pop upwards, some will slide outwards, etc.
5. 5
Remove the disk enclosure’s connector plate and insert it into the hard drive interface. Look for connector pins at one end of the drive to see where to make this connection.
o If you have an IDE hard drive, note that there is a detachable adaptor sitting over the interface. Simply pull this adaptor off so that the drive will properly connect with the enclosure’s connector plate.
6. 6
Insert the hard drive into the enclosure. Screw it shut if necessary; read the enclosure manual for additional details.
7. 7
Connect the external hard drive to the working computer via a USB cable. Make sure the computer is turned on. Once the drive is connected, an icon should appear on your desktop (Mac) or a notification should pop up (Windows). The computer might also open the drive for you automatically.
o If Windows doesn’t automatically prompt you about the new external storage unit, simply open it manually by going to My Computer and looking for the new drive.
o If the hard drive isn’t recognized at first, try ejecting it and plugging it back in.
o If the hard drive is not readable, it’s likely that the hard drive itself (and not your computer’s software) failed. If this is the case, you will need professional assistance if you wish to continue the salvage. Be warned that this can be very expensive.
8. 8
Explore and salvage your old files. Transfer them to either the working computer or to a second external hard drive by copying and pasting, clicking and dragging, etc. If you have a lot of large files (ex. songs, movies), note that the transfer could take many hours.
9. 9
When you’re done, close the window to your hard drive. The good news is that the dead computer is still physically intact and will probably work fine if you reinstall your operating system.
10. 10
Right-click the USB icon and select Eject. You can now detach the old hard drive.

2 Plug Your Old Hard Drive into a Desktop Computer (Windows, Linux)
1. 1
Get a laptop hard drive adapter kit. This will allow you to plug your laptop’s hard drive directly into a compatible desktop computer. Different computers use different hard drive models, so be sure to check your dead laptop’s specifications before making this purchase. Ex. If your laptop has a 2.5 SATA drive, you will need a 2.5 SATA adapter.
2. 2
Borrow a working desktop computer that is compatible with your old one. If you had a Windows, use another Windows; if you had a Linux, use another Linux; etc. Make sure it has enough space to accommodate the files you want to recover from the dead laptop; alternatively, you can hook a second external hard drive up to the working computer and simply use the computer as a transfer system for the files.
o A Linux computer will be able to read files off of a Windows computer (but not the other way around); unless you understand both systems, however, it is best to use a Windows computer to recover a Windows hard drive.
3. 3
Remove the hard drive from the dead laptop. Turn off the laptop, unplug it, and remove the battery. Turn it over and you’ll see that various sections of the laptop base can be unscrewed and removed separately. Either look up your laptop model online to see exactly where the hard drive sits or simply look for the most likely candidate: though it differs between laptops, a laptop hard drive is often similar in size and shape to a 3.5-inch floppy disk. Unscrew the hard drive cover and remove the hard drive. Some models will pop upwards, some will slide outwards, etc.
o If your laptop has an IDE hard drive, note that there is a detachable adaptor sitting over the hard drive interface. Simply pull this adaptor off so that the interface is accessible later.
4. 4
Turn off your desktop computer, unplug it, and open the tower. You will use the adapter kit to plug the old hard drive directly into the motherboard.
5. 5
Connect the dead drive to the working computer using your drive adapter. How you do this will depend on your drive and adapter types, so use the instructions that came with the kit.
o If you have an IDE drive, configure it to “slave” mode before connecting it to the IDE ribbon. The configuration should be noted on the hard drive itself and will involve moving a plastic cap over a particular pin or set of pins (aka “jumpers”) on the hard drive interface. Configuring it to slave mode will keep your laptop hard drive from competing with the desktop’s “master” hard drive during bootup.
6. 6
Configure your desktop to recognize the new drive. Plug your desktop back in, power it on, and open BIOS. Go to Standard CMOS Settings or IDE Config, where you will find four settings involving master and slave settings. Change all four fields to auto-detection.
7. 7
Exit BIOS and reboot. You desktop should now automatically detect the new hardware.
8. 8
Open the new hard drive. If you’re using Windows, go to My Computer and look for the new hard drive. With Linux, the new drive will appear in the dev directory.
o If the hard drive is not readable, it’s likely that the hard drive itself (and not your computer’s software) failed. If this is the case, you will need professional assistance if you wish to continue the salvage. Be warned that this can be very expensive.
9. 9
Explore and salvage your old files. Transfer them to either the working computer or to the external hard drive by copying and pasting, clicking and dragging, etc. If you have a lot of large files (ex. songs, movies), note that the transfer could take many hours.
10. 10
Turn off and unplug the desktop to uninstall the hard drive (if desired). Since the hard drive is physically intact, it will probably work fine in the old laptop if you reinstall your operating system.

3 Access Your Old Files through Another Computer (Mac Only)
1. 1
Get a FireWire cable. Buy a new one for anywhere between $5 and $20 or borrow one from a friend.
2. 2
Borrow a working Mac. Make sure the Mac has enough space to accommodate the files you want to recover from the dead laptop; alternatively, you can hook an external hard drive up to the working Mac and simply use the Mac as a transfer system for the files.
3. 3
Connect the dead Mac to the working Mac using the FireWire cable. Make sure that the working Mac is turned off when you do this.
4. 4
As you power up the working Mac, press the T key until the FireWire icon appears. This starts the computer in “Target Mode,” meaning that the working Mac will give you access to the targeted computer’s master drive in addition to its own.
o If you use OS X 10.4: Turn on your computer normally, go to System Preferences > Startup Disk > Target Mode. Then, reboot your computer to start it in Target Mode.
5. 5
Find and open the dead computer’s hard drive on your Mac’s desktop. If the targeted drive does not appear on the desktop, the damage to your old computer is likely physical, meaning you will need professional assistance to finish the salvage. Be warned that this can be very expensive.
6. 6
Salvage your old files. Transfer them to either the working Mac or to the external hard drive by copying and pasting, clicking and dragging, etc. If you have a lot of large files (ex. songs, movies), note that the transfer could take many hours.
7. 7
When you’re done, close the window to your hard drive. The good news is that the dead computer is still physically intact and will probably work fine if you reinstall your operating system.
8. 8
Right-click the targeted drive and select Eject. You can now detach the dead computer.

It wasn’t hard, was it??? Though you might need a technician incase you feel the steps are disturbing and your data is not worth risking…. Thanks for learning something

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