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There are many commercial CD/DVD writer programs that you can use which offer a lot of features for creating data and audio CDs and DVDs. This tutorial uses a simple free program called DeepBurner Free.

CD/DVD writer drives are able to "burn" discs so that you can create

your own data, music or video discs, especially useful for backing up large amounts of data.

There are two main categories of writeable discs you can buy: Recordable discs such as CD-R or DVD-R or DVD
+R are discs that can only be written once, whereas Re-Writeable discs such as CD-RW or DVD-RW or DVD+RW can be written over many times.

Install DeepBurner

Download the DeepBurner Free program from www.deepburner.com.

Double-click the file you downloaded to run the install program. During setup, use the Next button to move t
hrough the options screens.

Select your language and agree to the License Agreement. Leave the destination f
older as it is, and select the Full setup.

Leave the program group as DeepBurner, and wait for the program to install. If you want to, you can read the Read Me file which contains some information about the program. When ready, click Finish.

Getting Started

Insert the recordable or re-writeable CD or DVD you want to burn into your drive.

The program can be started by double-clicking the DeepBurner desktop shortcut, or by clicking on the Start menu then All Programs > DeepBurner > DeepBurner.

First you will need to choose whether you want to burn a Data CD/DVD or an Audio CD.

A Data disc can contain any kind of file and is useful for storing and backing up your PC files. An audio CD is like an album you buy from a shop; it stores music files as audio tracks and can be played in a CD player or on your PC.

Data Disc

To burn a disc of data files, select Create data CD/DVD and click Next.

The New Project window will appear and you will be given the option of creating a multisession disc. If you choose this option, it means you can burn more files to the same disc at another time, if not you will have to start from the beginning and burn all the files again.

Now on your desktop, double-click the My Documents icon or open a new window, and locate the files you want to burn.
Click and drag the files from the window into the DeepBurner box below where it says Name, Size and Description.

You can continue adding the files you want to burn to this list, but keep an eye on the bar below which shows how much space your files will use up on the disc. An average CD allows a total of around 650MB - 700MB and an average DVD is around 4.7GB.

When you are finished, click the Burn disc icon from the menu on the left, then click the Burn button to begin writing your files to the CD/DVD.

To ensure burning is successful, it is best not to run other programs and to leave your PC alone until it has finished.

Time Remaining shows how long before the burning is finished. When it is done, the disc will be ejected.

When the message 'Burn completed successfully. Please insert next disc' appears, click Cancel and then close DeepBurner. Click No if asked to Save Changes.

Audio Disc

If you want to burn a CD-R disc of music tracks, select Audio CD as Project Type.

Click and drag song files such as MP3s into the box in DeepBurner, as with data files.

With Audio CDs you can rearrange the files into the order you want them to play on the CD. Click to select a particular track and use the arrow buttons above to move the file up or down the list.

When finished, click the Burn Disk icon and click the Burn button.

DeepBurner will now convert your song files into audio tracks and then start writing them to the CD.

Erase Re-Writeable Disc

On the Burn disc window, the Erase button allows you to wipe a RW disc so it is blank ready for burning.

Use Quick erase unless you have previously stored private data on the disc, in which case it may be better to use Full erase to completely remove any trace of the previous data.

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What is HYIP ?

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High Yield Investment Programs
If you've searched around the Internet for different ways to make money online, there's no doubt that you've come across the term "HYIP". You might have just skipped it and paid it no mind, but if you're reading this article right now, you must have questioned what the term encompasses. HYIP stands for "High Yield Investment Programs", which covers all programs, offline and online, that are used to invest money to receive a higher yield than you would normally get at a bank.

But that doesn't necessarily mean that it's a safe and solid investment. Look to HYIPs as more like gambling than an investment, and only use money that you can afford to lose. HYIPs basically take the investments of their members and invest them as a whole into more standard investments, including stocks, high yield bonds, foreign exchange trading (FOREX), or other programs. It works almost like a loan to the creator of the HYIP in which they pay you back with the profits that they gain on your money, kind of like interest on your principle.

HYIP online programs have different interest payment terms, and you need to know all the rules before you join up with one. They can either pay a daily percentage, which is usually in the range of 1 to 10%, weekly, which can pay anywhere from 5 to 50%, and monthly, which can pay anywhere from 20 to 200%. Make sure that you find one that meets your needs in terms of profit gains, such as if you're doing it short term or long term. Studying all the site information, including the FAQ, the terms and anything else you may come across is a good idea if you want to know what's happening with your hard-earned dollars.

Starting off with an HYIP online is simple, since all you have to do is register with them and then deposit some money into your HYIP account using the payment processor that they outline. The profits are paid out to the same processor to streamline the process.

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Tips On Buying Computer Monitors

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The monitor is a popular and most commonly used output device. Most monitors used in personal computers to display text, graphics, and video information. Due to different futures of monitor purchasing can be one of the most important task. Follow the some given steps to buying new or used monitor.

Technology of monitor

There are two basic types of monitors that are used with personal computer.

  • CRT monitors

  • Flat-Panel Monitors

when you are purchasing a monitor it is important to know, you need a CRT monitor or a Flat Panel monitor.

CRT Monitors. A CRT monitor is similar to standard television. Like televisions, CRT monitor size is measured diagonally, in inches, across the front of the screen. Today, CRT monitors are available in various sizes, i.e., 15, 17, 19, 21, and 22 inches. The large size monitors are more expensive and allow you to view more information on the screen at once.

Flat Panel / LCD. A flat panel monitor is also called LCD monitor. A flat panel monitor takes up less desk space and also consumes less power. Flat panel monitors are available with different sizes such as 15, 17, 18, 20, 21, and 23 inches. Flat panel monitors are commonly used in mobile devices such as laptop and table PCs. Similarly, smart phones, PDAs calculators have LCD screens.

There are two main categories of LCDs. These are

  • Active Matrix LCD

  • Passive Matrix LCD


The quality of monitor screen depends on its resolution, which is generally proportional to the size of screen.

15" monitor typically has a resolution of 800 x 600 / 1,024 x 768

17" monitor typically has a resolution of 1,280 x 1,024

19" monitor typically has a resolution of 1,280 x 1024

21" monitor typically has a resolution of 1,600 x 1,200.

Once you have reviewed the appropriate information and believe that you are ready to make a purchase of a new monitor, ensure that the source which you plan on purchasing the monitor from is a reputable source and you have reviewed our section on what to look out for when purchasing over the Internet.

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What's a Good And Bad HYIP

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By now you've probably seen a good amount of HYIP sites on the net, all with their own set of earning potential promises, all with their own terms and rate of returns. The main thing you're going to notice is that they all wind up looking the same, don't they? But don't be fooled by looks and imitations. Some of them are just fronts for scammers, while other ones are rock solid and out there really trying to make money for you. Luckily, there are sites out there devoted to helping you make an informed decision on all of these sites before you put your money at risk.

The first place you want to look for information regarding any HYIP programs are rating, or monitoring sites. The good monitoring sites with a lot of traffic will give you the best possible insight into how a program is performing, whether it's paying its members regularly, and how it rates compared to other HYIPs out there. They contain enough information for you to choose, and the more user feedback a site offers, the better it is for your purposes.

Look around the monitoring site and see which programs have the most votes, as well as the most positive votes. A site with a lot of votes, but on the negative side, should immediately be taken off your probable list. A site with only a few votes, but all of them positive, should have a red flag raised. It could be that it only has a few votes because the admin is actually the only one voting for it, or it could just mean that it's too new to get any accurate measurement of how it's performing.

Message boards devoted to HYIP discussion is also a good place to get more information about good and bad HYIPs. You can check the comments on each program, and whether people are being paid or not. You can also keep track of any changes to the program throughout the life of the HYIP. Probably the message boards are one of the fastest and most informative ways to keep track of the current HYIP tendencies. You can choose a program by reading what the other folks say, and you can switch programs once you get any suspicion.

When you wind up joining with an HYIP, whether it's doing well or poor, it's up to you to vote on the monitors or join in on forum discussions. A strong member base is always a good backbone to any HYIP, and will help you maximize your profits.

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How Will HYIP Work for Me

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Now that you know the basic gist of HYIPs, let's dive into how you can get to making money through these High Yield Investment Programs. We touched on it a little bit in the introduction to HYIP article, but the ins and outs of HYIPs and how to make money off of them requires a little more substance to the entire process. Here are some tips that you should keep in mind when you're preparing to dive into the HYIP world.

As mentioned in the previous article, make sure you don't invest money that you can't afford to lose. Do some number crunching to prepare a budgeted allotment of money that you know you won't become homeless or have the power cut off if you lose. It's a general rule with any investment, but it holds true even more so in the HYIP world. Another way you can lose your money real quick besides the investments going bad is having someone gaining access to your account and running it dry. With any account that involves money, you should have a strong password linked to it, and change it often. It's just an added layer of protection that you need to make sure your money is secure.

Don't expect the entire process to be piece of cake. Putting your money into a program you spent seconds choosing and then forgetting about it all, hoping to see millions in your account month later is most certainly a bad strategy. You will have to find out a lot and keep track of your current progress to switch programs if any of them performs bad.

Next, don't be greedy with how much money you can make. You're already going to make more than a yield with a bank, so why push it when it comes to how much a certain HYIP pays out in returns? If a return rate is much higher than others, it's usually a red flag and you may want to avoid it. Be sure to do your homework about any and all HYIPs that you join. There are sites all over the net that specialize in which programs are running well. Also, before you join any program, be sure to read the terms and conditions of the site in great detail. If you don't know what you're getting into, you won't know if something's wrong until your money is gone.

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Tips on Buying a Server Machine


Server is the most powerful and fastest, and also very expensive machine. It is used to process large amount of data and to solve the complicated scientific problems. The severs computers are used in large organization such as Banks, Airlines and Universities, that it is a big decision for organization to buy a proper server machine according to their need Below is information and help for what to look out for when purchasing a computer server. It is important to also note that every business is unique and may require more or less of what is listed below.


Today there are two options to buy a Server computer, a new or used computer. Used computer are some time out of date, but you can buy it with very low price as compare to new computer, but I think branded or used computer are much stable than a new computer. Before purchasing a Server computer consider if you should purchase a new or used computer. Many individuals sell computer before they are out of date allow you to purchase a relatively decent computer. Before purchasing a new computer from a computer manufacture look at what is available and review the below precautions when purchasing a computer.

More Considerations

When purchasing a Server computer it is likely that you will have a general idea of what you may like in the computer or how you would like to configure the computer. Below is a listing of the various components likely to be found in a computer and recommendations and tips when considering any of the following components.


Short recommendation


Generally there are two types of Computer Case are available in market, for Example Tower case and desktop case. The system unit of the desktop personal computer can lie flat on the desk or table and the monitor is usually placed on the system unit. An other model of the computer case is known tower. The system unit of the tower PC is vertically placed on the desk or table. But purchasing a computer case is generally not an important consideration when you are going to buy a Computer. However it depends upon the user needs and choice to building a computer case may find it important to consider the following considerations.

CD Media

CD-R -always will be an important consideration to think about when purchasing a new computer or used computer. A CD-writer or recorder (or simply CD-R drive) is used to write data on CD-R disks. Usually, a CD-writer can read information from CD as well as write information on CD, The locally produced CD-R disks are created with CD writer. The speed of these drives is up to 52X or more.

CD-RW - You must have a CD-RW drive to write date on the CD-RW. These drives have read and write speed is up to 52X or more but the re-write speed is 10X or more. The CD-RW drive is advanced and more expensive than CD-R drive. It can write data on both CD-R and CD-RW discs and also read data from them

DVD - DVD stands for Digital Video Disk Versatile Disc. DVD-ROM is an extremely high capacity optical disc with storage capacity from 4.7 GB to 17 GB.

Hard Drive

Hard drives have and always will be an important consideration to think about when purchasing a new computer or used computer. Hard disk is most commonly used storage device in personal computers and laptop computers. Most application programs and operation systems require hard disk for installation and operation.


The computer processor is and will always be an important consideration when purchasing a computer. Processor is considered the brain of the computer. The CPU fetches instructions of program from main memory and executes them one by one. The speed of the CPU is measured in Mega Hertz or Giga Hertz and speed from 500 MHz to 3.4 GHz, it depends upon a user needs, that is why purchasing a processor is an important consideration when building or buying a computer. There are several considerations and additional information about what to ask and look for when purchasing a processor directly or already installed into a computer.

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