Trick out your laptop Take your laptop to the limit with the fun and practical projects packed inside this easy-to-use guide. Produced in conjunction with CNET.com, the place you go for the latest in tech and consumer electronics, this book shows you how to do all sorts of resourceful things with your laptop, like use it as a car stereo, broadcast a podcast, navigate a road trip, and more. Inside, you'll find 24 self-contained projects, step-by-step instructions, a list of tools needed at the beginning of each project, and hundreds of clear photos and screenshots. With CNET Do-It-Yourself Laptop Projects, you'll discover that you can get more out of your laptop than ever before. Build a wireless network Transfer vinyl or cassette tapes to CD Make free phone calls at home and on the road Watch TV on your laptop and record your favorite shows Set up a centralized home security system Squeeze more life out of your battery Upgrade your memory, hard drive, and processor And much more... its own unique address. A devicea#39;s IP address can be thought of as its street address or phone number on the Internet. ... Push the button on the back of the server marked Reset and hold it for a count often. When you let go, it should start back up (now set to the factory default settings), and be ready to go. Step 5: Add Youranbsp;...
|Title||:||CNET Do-It-Yourself Laptop Projects|
|Author||:||Justin Jaffe, Brian Nadel|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2006-12-20|