Category: Comming Up
Posted by: spyhwearslayer
Things have been busy at chephrenrepairs.com lately, and thats why you have not seen many blog articles recently.... but heres one...Another blog article from the "Screetching Bald Eagle".

Here is a few examples of the kind of jobs we take on at chephrenrepairs.com , we are working on doing some soldering on a cd deck for one client and at the same time looking at getting back partitions on a 3 terabyte disk that have been deleted by one of our customers, and of course there is always plently of Virus and Spyware Removal work to be done.....
We introduce our new Walk Out With it Working Service, just like the old days when you walked out with your girl! See this new page at chephrenrepairs.com, oh yes and you bots from the major search engines can come along and have a gander too..... here comes the link.....>Walk out with it Working Service


We advise that if your laptop is over two years old that you get the hard drive checked out properly to see if it in tip top condition, and consider changing it if it is found to be a little off from tip top condition... oh yes and we also recommend if you laptop is over 2.5 years old that perhaps you should get it cleaned especiaslly inside and that would including cleaning the fans as well as the heat sinks also.
Category: Comming Up
Posted by: spyhwearslayer
Well, there are plans and some action occurring as always at chephrenrepairs.com, at present more articles about data recovery are in the pipe line as are a few pages about basic configuration of a MySQL Server, together with some explanation of what configuration tasks must you do straight after a new installation of a MySQL Server.

Heres a couple of things that you should know if you are to install MySQL Server; Firstly when you do install a new My SQL Server, once the installation is done you will have a root user for that database Server that has a password that is blank. Now this is a real risk on a live web server or any any server with any public access at all. In any case where there is any possibility of any member of the public being able to connect to that MySql Server you should change the password of the root user. In effect give the root user a password that is over 6 characters long, and includes a mixture of letters and numbers, plus a series of characters that is not a word in the dictionary.

Make absolutely shore that you can not forget the password for the root user. Because if you do you will not be able to even create other users let alone do anything else...!!??
Category: Comming Up
Posted by: spyhwearslayer
So You Want a preview,
1. Windmills in your mind! - an article about a little known Windmill in Buckinghamshire
2. The SQL God!!!.... We know a real guru, a super pro.. on SQL, and we will be asking him some question on how to write SQL to get what you want into and out of your Database!!!!?
3. Perhaps some report pictures from the Reading Ale and Jaz Festival -- perhaps!!?
4 Further advice on how to get pictures onto your PC and how to edit them to make them look good and be useful in emails , blogs and on the Web.
5. more pictures from the Solent sailing trip on "Just for Fun".
6. a Brand new page, inviting people to Ring chephrenrepairs.com , introduce themselves and arrange to contribute to the Computer Fixer.