If you’ve forgotten your passcode, then hard reset it back to default factory settings. This will wipe clean your cellphone, so back it up. Pattern lock scre…
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05/16/2012 How to get into your LT4004U, LT4008U, LT4009U, or LT4010U netbook! Replace your RAM with a higher capacity, replace your hard drive with a SSD, or maybe even just clean out the CPU cooling fan… Just follow the video! I bought this netbook for my mom recently, and when I looked it up online searching for how to get at the hard drive and memory, I literally couldn’t find anything pertaining to this specific model of computer… Or anything remotely similar to it even! So of course I had to tinker around with it! I figured it out after a while, and thankfully did not break anything in the process. If anyone decides to try higher RAM capacities than 2GB, please let me know the results, as Gateway Online says this computer will only support 2GB, but I do not personally believe that. Sadly, I don’t have any DDR3 RAM to test that theory with. The RAM is DDR3, CPU-Z labeled it as PC3-10700 (667Mhz), so another thing I’d like to know is the maximum supported RAM speed (which isn’t mentioned ANYWHERE). ***CONFIRMED!!!*** This netbook DOES support a single 4GB DDR3 RAM stick, however Windows 7 Starter still only shows 2GB *usable* memory. The netbook in this video now has a working PNY 4GB PC3-10666 stick in it The hard drive is advertised on the unit itself and online at Bestbuy.com as being only 250GB, when in reality it is a 320GB. Has the industry changed standards to only advertise REMAINING hard drive space to make way for their bloatware without causing an …
www.netbooknews.com Netbook News was able to get our hands on the ACER Happy Dual Core netbook for unboxing. The model we got our hands on has a dual core Atom N550 processor, GMA 3150 graphics, 2GB RAM, up to 250GB HDD, 10.1″ 1024 x 600 display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, webcam, 6-cell 8 hour battery (4400 mAh 48 Whr) and a dual boot of Windows 7 and Android which is now a standard on dual core Acer netbooks. It weighs 1.25 kg and is only 24mm thick.
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I will be showing you how to reset your phone to stock factory settings in the event you can not log in to your phone. This may work on other Samsung phones. If so please let me know. If it works on any other phones please let me know so I can add it to the list below!!!!! Phones it works on: Evo 4G Samsung Conquer 4G
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Consumentenwebsite BesteProduct.nl bespreekt de Nokia Asha 300. Een voordelige gsm maar dan met een keur aan functies. Het toestel, van nog geen 90 euro, heeft een touchscreen, toegang tot internet, sociale media, email en kan natuurlijk bellen en sms’en. Het is bijna een smartphone…kun je dan niet beter gewoon een smartphone kopen? Meer lezen over de Nokia Asha 300? www.besteproduct.nl
The PKD-DK4216 kit includes a 4 CH H.264 standalone DVR and four indoor/outdoor IR security cameras providing everything you need to have your surveillance system up and running in your home or business quickly and easily. The DVR-H9104V(ZMD-DD-SBN4) is a 4 channel, fully integrated, real time, and hardware based standalone digital video recorder. This standalone DVR is based on an embedded Linux operating system and includes a remote control for easy setup and operation. With network access, VGA video output, and USB2.0 backup, this DVR is perfect for the home or small business. The DVR also features the most updated 3G mobile live! Preview via mobile phone. The cameras included in the kit are 1/4″ color CMOS IR night vision outdoor cameras. All cables and power supplies are included.
Optiplex 960 Desktop – Back of the computer review. In this segment of Optiplex 960, Simon gives you an overview of replacing the hard drive in the optiplex 960.
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Part 2 is here: www.youtube.com Outdoor review: www.youtube.com Full review: ilyanazarov.blogspot.com Comparison images at: www.ilyanazarov.com Google “baby face” for the baby face As per request, I compare Cintiq 21UX with ASUS EP121. The Cintiq screen offers a little more color deapth, but it has less tone contrast and it is difficult to calibrate it to have neutral greys. The ASUS EP121 screen is brighter and has better contrast, but it is too desaturated by default (I increased saturation by 15 for the video). Both displays feel good to draw on. Cintiq’s surface has more tooth, while ASUS surface is smoother and the glass is thinner. It is entirely a personal preference, with the biggest difference being size and portability, not quality. In my opinion, if you are trying to decide between Cintiq 21UX and ASUS EP121 you should ask yourself if you want to draw outdoors or indoors. EP121 is the obvious choice for outdoor painting, whereas you will be better served by Cintiq for professional studio work.
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Most people hear the word beef and they automatically think about steaks, especially the big four: filet mignon, NY Strip, rib eyes and even top sirloins all pop onto the grill at a great rate. And of course, beef also means hamburger, be it patties, meatloaf or hamburger helper.
However, the movement to artisan and natural foods leave most ranchers in the dust. Many ranchers trying to meet the demand for source verified, locally produced and of course, all natural beef have been smacked hard when he finds the consumer only wants steaks.
Let’s take a quick view what a rancher sees when he slaughters a steer. He gets about 450 lbs of beef. Only about 100 lbs is actual steaks (if he is lucky). Yeah, ouch for him and for his consumers. So he has to figure out a way to market the rest of the beef.
The easiest way is to grind it into hamburger. And actually, 350 pounds of hamburger doesn’t seem all that much, but it really is. While it will easily fit into a large chest freezer, this amount of hamburger will feed 1050 individuals a 1/3 lb burger, which is a generous size. That is a lot of people. A family of three would get pretty sick of eating this much burger over the course of the year.
Let’s look at other cuts. Recently, and especially in the restaurant circle, you may have heard about some other steaks such as flank, skirt, hanger and especially flatiron. The last one is the second most tender steak to filet mignon. All of these steaks are incredibly delicious, but there is not much of them. All together, maybe 15-20 lbs per animal. A couple of those steaks such as hanger and skirt, well there are only two per animal.
Those butcher steaks as they are often called don’t really help much. Now we are down to about 330 lbs of beef. Unfortunately, we are now into the cuts that require a bit of time and very small amount of cooking skills. However, in many ways these cuts fill the house with delightful aromas and of course eating enjoyment.
I wouldn’t touch a grocery store roast or hamburger for that matter. But artisan or locally raised beef roasts, wow. Some awesome roasts can really wow your family and friends. Artisan roasts are well marbled, almost self-marinating. I’m used to dry-aged beef and so my roasts are essentially fork tender when cooked.
Roasts, bones and some off cuts make up about 150 to 200 pounds. One of my favorite roasts is the old fashion chuck roast. There is close to 50 pounds of this mouth watering cut. The best way to cook this cut is with a simple crockpot. Yup, it will take 8 hours or so to cook and the last few, you might even nibble a bit here and there. But, you don’t have to stand there for 8 hours. Put it in the morning and go have fun.
Rump roasts are also good when properly cooked and especially from quality beef. They are a bit dryer than chuck and with a tighter grain, but sliced thin and served with a mushroom gravy, just incredible.
Then we have the odd cuts, London broils, sirloin tip roasts (luxury), fresh brisket (barbecue beef), eye of round (poor mans tenderloin), and a few other steaks such as bottom round.
A few of the odd cuts that even chefs like are short ribs. Braised short ribs are almost sinful for how good they can be. You would be amazed how many 5-star restaurants serve this simple but elegant treat.
While we continue to whittle the cuts down, at the end of the day, you will have about 150-200 pounds of hamburger to eat. And you thought we would eliminate it all. Sorry, can’t do it. But a good meatloaf is a pretty tough dish to turn down.
The best way to help an artisan rancher including ourselves is to buy a eighth or a quarter of beef. It is also cost effective way as well and includes some steaks, some roasts and of course some hamburger.
Here is a simple and elegant dish using chuck roasts that your family will beg for more.
Mock Beef Stroganoff
Traditional beef stroganoff is made with diced tenderloin roast. Personally, any beef dish would be incredible with tenderloin, but there are actually better tasting options that take a little longer to make and are touch more economical.
6 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons minced onion 2 pounds chuck roast, cut thin in 1 x 1 inch cubes ˝ pound mushrooms, sliced salt and pepper to taste 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg 1 cup sour cream, at room temperature
1.Preheat the oven to 300F. 2.Melt 2 tablespoons of butter in a heavy dutch oven with the heat on medium-high, add the beef and quickly sear all sides until the beef is brown. Add a cup of beef stock and place the lid on the dutch oven and cook until fork tender, about 2 hours. Check occasionally to make sure the meat does not dry out during cooking. 3.Melt 2 tablespoons of the butter in a heavy skillet. Add the onion and cook slowly until transparent. Remove and set aside. 4.Add the remaining 2 tablespoons butter to the skillet. Stir in the mushrooms, cover and cook 3 minutes. Season with salt, pepper and nutmeg. Whisk the sour cream and add to the pan, but do not allow it to boil. Return the beef and onions to the pan and just heat through. 5.Serve over a bed of egg noodles.
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