How To Find Out What Network Adapter You Have

I run a virtualised copy of Windows XP with VirtualBox, and one thing that I couldn’t get running was the network adapter, or ethernet controller. There’s a free Windows program that helps you with this problem though: Everest. Download and install Everest, and it should tell you the manufacturer and model number of your card (or anything about your computer’s specifications for that matter). Now just go to the manufacturer’s website and get the right driver for your system!

Best International AC Pocket Socket / Plug Adapter Review

I just returned from a short trip to Taipei, and while it was really fun, it’s nice to be back home. Taipei’s (Taipei Travel Guide) surprisingly not very different from Singapore, except the mild winter’s there currently is a welcome change from Singapore’s all-year-round tropical climate (Singapore Travel Information). Another difference that got me was the power sockets — Taiwan uses a 2-pin blade socket configuration that’s different from Singapore’s 3-pin rectangular configuration. I brought a 2-pin converter, but with

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