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How To Get a Transfer Code from 1&1

In order to transfer a domain name away from 1&1 and to Nerds On Site, you will need to obtain a transfer code from 1&1.  Here are the steps you need to take: Visit http://1and1.com and click on the Customer Login link. Log in with your customer ID and password. Click on the drop down menu button […]

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How To Get a Transfer Code from Network Solutions

In order to transfer a domain name away from Network Solutions and to Nerds On Site, you will need to obtain a transfer code from Network Solutions.  Here are the steps you need to take: Visit http://www.networksolutions.com and click on the Manage Account link. Log in with your Network Solutions User ID and password. Click on My Domain Names. Scroll […]

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How To Get a Transfer Code from GoDaddy

In order to transfer a domain name away from GoDaddy and to Nerds On Site, you will need to obtain a transfer code from GoDaddy.  Here are the steps you need to take: Make sure your domain name is at least 90 days old. Cancel your “Domains By Proxy” registration, if applicable by logging into DomainsByProxy.com. […]

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David Everitt's Tech Tip of the Week 2 – Securing Your Business WiFi Network

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0eatP3-UFc[/youtube] David Everitt (a Nerd in Port Huron, Michigan) describes the security risks of wireless networks and why it’s important to separate your Guest Network from your Business WiFi Network. This video is an clip from the full episode of the Jim Relken Show on EBW.TV. More episodes can also be found there! We look […]

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Computer Maintenance Suggestions and Tips: Keep Your Computer Running Efficiently!

It is important to take daily proactive steps to guard and maintain your computer. If you have a high-speed internet connection, use a firewall program, and keep your computer antivirus and Windows patches updated.

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Facebook is Displaying Private Messages – HELP!

As most of you are aware, Facebook has recently released an “All is Well” type communication with regards to this issue that was brought forth a few weeks ago.

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Cats and Computers are Not a Good Mix!

Sep 23, 2012
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Cat lovers will attest to the pleasure of having an affectionate kitty snuggling up to you while you answer an email, or post to face book. However, that cute little pussycat can be causing your computer all sorts of difficulties! Lost data or the loss of productivity due to computer problems makes cats and computers […]

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Why It is Important To Document Your Network

Do you know your router username and password? Do you know the different router settings as they apply to your network? Do you know which cables are plugged into which ports? Do you have your email settings on hand?

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How to Use iTunes Match

Sep 13, 2012
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Those of us that have taken the time over the years to either rip music CDs to our computers, or download music have inevitably discovered how much of a pain it can be ensure that music is properly backed up, and playable from our other devices.

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Take Some Time to Explore Your Security Settings

When you first get a computer or laptop, most security settings in Windows are set at their default settings, which are usually not ideal, and in some cases downright frustrating when you want to view certain web pages, or even download things.

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