Phoenix ISA, MCA, EISA Motherboard BIOS Beep Codes

Below are the Phoenix Beep codes that can occur. However, because of the wide variety of different computer manufacturers with this BIOS, the beep codes may vary. The beep codes are represented in the number of beeps. E.g. 1-1-2 would mean 1 beep, a pause, 1 beep, a pause, and 2 beeps. Beeps Error Message […]

Dell Computer BIOS Post Beep Codes

Below are the Dell Beep codes that can occur. However, because of the wide variety of different computer models with this BIOS, the beep codes may vary.   Dell BIOS Beep Codes Dell BIOS System Messages Dell BIOS Post Codes Beep Codes Possible Causes Corrective Action 1 – 2 No video card detected Reseat the video […]

Google Offering Unlimited Free Photo Storage

When was the last time you backed up your precious memories? Those photos of your child’s first step, the new puppy, family holidays for example; are something GeeksOnTime never wants you to lose. Since most people no longer print out all of their photographs, new methods of storage need to be used. Having your photos […]

Wireless Router Virus: “The Moon” affecting Linksys routers

Do you have a Linksys wireless router in your Home or Office? You could be in danger from new malware that attacks your routers firmware and replicates itself. Geeks.Online has learned of malware which is self-replicating, and exploits vulnerabilities in Linksys wireless routers. The malware virus nicknamed “The Moon;” for it’s reference to the movie of […]

The Day We Fight Back

The Snowden revelations have confirmed our worst fears about online spying. They show that the NSA and its allies have been building a global surveillance infrastructure to “master the internet” and spy on the world’s communications. These shady groups have undermined basic encryption standards, and riddled the Internet’s backbone with surveillance equipment. They have collected the phone […]

Google Chrome wants to Clean up your hijacked settings

So, you’re trying to download a free screen saver or game or something else you really want. But later you find out that game came bundled with a malicious program that’s trying to hijack your browser settings. You’re not the only one having this problem—in fact, it’s an issue that’s continuing to grow at an alarming rate. […]

Cyrptolocker Now a Virus

Analysis of the malware, detected as WORM_CRILOCK.A, shows that this malware can spread via removable drives. This update is considered significant because this routine was unheard of in other CRILOCK variants. The addition of propagation routines means that the malware can easily spread, unlike other known CRILOCK variants. Aside from its propagation technique, the new […]

Hackers are Counting down for XP Support to End

The final deadline for Windows XP support will act as a starting pistol for hackers, as they target hundreds of millions of users on unpatched systems. Microsoft has already granted the 12-year-old OS several stays of execution, but the firm has said it will finally end extended support on 8 April 2014 – despite the […]

Xbox One IPv6 Wireless Connection Issue

Comcast and Microsoft are aware of a software issue affecting the ability of Xbox One users to play some games online. This issue is only observed when the Xbox One is connected to a network via WiFi and when that network also has an IPv6 address. In those conditions online gameplay for some titles may […]