On Dec. 9, word of a newly discovered computer bug in a hugely popular piece of computer code started rippling around the cybersecurity community. This article will break down what it is and what steps you should take to make sure you’re safe.
A few XEON boards have been patched and no longer provide the PTT option previously available. With Windows 11 requiring a security device, this has complicated things.
Some games and applications with DRM software can’t recognize 12th Gen Intel Core Processor, causing them to crash or not load.
Explanation of microphone/headphone technology. The letter T stands for Tip, and the R stands for Ring (like a ring on your finger, not like ringing the telephone).
Pagefile or Virtual Memory is a critical part of Windows. This article will explain why along with how to adjust if you encounter errors or issues
This article covers the full scope of services Puget offers for in and out of warranty systems.
Something in Adobe’s software has changed recently and a number of our users are reporting an issue cause by the default audio device. If you are experiencing choppy or staggering playback the answer may be here.
When Gigabyte boards Thunderbolt security is set ‘just right’ it can prevent daisy chaining or audio transmission. This article will explain the different security protocols as well as how to fix if you’ve encountered issues with Daisy Chaining or audio transmission.
Trouble writing files to drive due to permissions, authenticated users, and often AV software. This guide will detail how to resolve the error in most cases.
We hear the terms ‘active’ and ‘passive’ attributed to cables and equipment all the time. But what does it mean? Which one is better? Which one do you really need? We clarify the difference and explain how to choose between them.