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Kyocera printing causes BlueScreen on Windows 10


A recent Microsoft Update, March 9, 2021—KB5000802 has caused many workstations to enter a BlueScreen of Death when a print job is sent to a Kyocera printer that has been installed using Kyocera KX Drivers. APC_INDEX_MISMATCH is the stop code being produced on some workstations after going to a BSOD. The solution for the time […]

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Why your Wi-Fi Sucks


Although Wi-Fi Technology has greatly improved and should be a straightforward process to install in a Home or Business, for some people, it just does not work out. Unfortunately. Wi-Fi remains as a Technology that is right at the border of “anybody can install it” and a “Qualified Tech needs to install it”. This is […]

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Advantages of Solid State Drives


I have read countless articles about the advantages of Solid State Drives. Almost every single one focuses on speed, and proceeds to provide benchmarks and praise the results. In the past few years, I have upgraded over 200 computers and Devices such as NAS or External drives to SSDs, and it’s interesting to see how […]

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Server Room heating problems


I don’t usually implement certain types of solutions, but sometimes it’s a request by a client that cannot be denied. Two companies housed over 15 Servers in a small room which did have central AC as well as a mini-split unit, yet the temperature was still a bit high. I immediately analyzed the room and […]

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900 ft LiteBeam AC Connection


Fiber Optic network connections are very reliable and allow us to bypass the CAT 5e / CAT 6 limit of 100 meters or 300 feet. However, it’s very difficult to get them across roads, parts of the ocean, or rivers. Two businesses at Riverwalk Professional Park ran out of office space and moved 10 staff […]

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$12,000 Wi-Fi Budget


In 2012 I had over 10 years of experience in the IT world, but I had never worked directly with medical equipment. Riverwalk Ambulatory Surgery Center had two GE OEC 9900 Elite C-ARM X-Ray systems. The machines had network/ethernet capability, but due to OSHA standards, at this particular surgery center, network cables could not be […]

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