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HP 15 Keyboard Replacement and Full Disassembly Guide

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HP Pavilion 15 Keyboard Replacement

Hello, Tubers – In this video, I disassemble the back cover, take out the inside KEYBOARD and show you how to do it. 🙂 Here you can buy some of the products I use in this video Good Luck

Reolink Argus Eco Wireless WiFi Camera Review – Unboxing, Features, Settings, Installation, Footage

Reolink Argus Eco Wireless WiFi Camera Review – Unboxing, Features, Settings, Installation, Footage

Published on Mar 12, 2019

Today, we are going to check out a new WiFi security camera from Reolink and this is a camera that is added to the Reolink’s Argus line… The Argus Eco. Reolink Argus Eco – http://shrsl.com/1hws2https://amzn.to/2NZkGqz
Reolink Solar Panel – http://shrsl.com/1hwsm
We will check out starting from unboxing, features, setup, settings, installation and sample footage. I am also excited to check out its PIR motion detection distance and see if Reolink has fixed the issues it has with the other Arguses (especially the Argus 2). The Argus 2 only detects reliably ~ 15 feet which is not good…but we will see if the Eco has this fixed. PIR
Motion Detection Distance Test – https://youtu.be/HxWO3HO_6Tw Reolink Argus Reviews: Reolink Argus Pro – https://youtu.be/djGpZMB30Iw Reolink Argus 2 – https://youtu.be/CvBk3VjbViI Reolink Argus – https://youtu.be/jToIHcXz-LA

Surveillance Camera Upgrade to Reolink 4MP POE 8 channel 2 TB Hard Drive


Published on Oct 13, 2017
I’ve been showing you guys wireless WiFi security cameras but I haven’t talked about my surveillance NVR camera system which I have been using for about 4 years now. It has been acting up lately—mostly the hard drive needs to be reformatted every 2 weeks that I decided to upgrade it.

Reolink 4MP PoE Home Security Camera System –

My old system is the Zmodo 4 channel POE 720p NVR system and has been reliable since day 1. I guess the weakness of any DVR/NVR wired camera systems are the hard drive. We know that eventually… we just don’t know when it will happen, the hard drive will eventually give out.

So, I’ll be upgrading to a 4MP 8 channel POE NVR camera system by Reolink. This is the same company that makes the Argus outdoor wifi camera that I reviewed several weeks ago. It is an 8 channel but only comes with 4 bullet cameras which I have a reason for this. This is going to be an ongoing upgrade that will take probably 2 to 3 phases spanning 2 months or whenever it starts getting cooler here in South Texas.

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LFC#152 – Lenovo Yoga 3 14 Touch Screen Replacement

LFC#152 – Lenovo Yoga 3 14 Touch Screen Replacement

Slightly long-winded touchscreen assembly replacement video today. I left all the guff in this one to show that I do occasionally look into doing glass-only repairs, and every time I do I conclude that it’s _always_ better to just buy a complete assembly. Save yourself a lot of time and hassle.

Published on Dec 13, 2018

Lenovo IdeaPad S415 Touchscreen Replacement Procedure

Step by step instructions to replace a cracked touchscreen on a Lenovo IdeaPad S415 laptop computer.

How to Fix your Hacked DVR, How to Prevent Your Security Cameras from Being Hacked

How to Fix your Hacked DVR

Published on Sep 29, 2017

What to do if DVR says Hacked with Black Screen ?
There has been a widespread occurrence of DVR and NVR recorders being hacked remotely. A couple of weeks ago a backdoor vulnerability affecting up to 250,000 Hikvision devices was publicized and now we have been notified by another factory (the second largest security manufacturer in the world) that their recorders have a vulnerability that is being exploited worldwide on their recorders.
It appears the hackers have found a way to use the local only 888888 user remotely in order to access the system. The attack makes changes to the video settings in order to make the screens black and rename the cameras as “Hacked”. It does not appear that they have modified or altered any of the stored recordings, nor have they locked the user out of the system. As a supplier of security cameras from the 3 largest manufacturers we do our very best to provide industry-leading technical support and service to our customers.

Hacked DVR solution

Published on Sep 28, 2017

DVR saying hacked on screen solution.