How to: Disable back button on mouse

15 April 2009

One minute you’re filling out a ridiculously long form, or fervently writing a massive blog post… when your finger slips, or you squeeze your mouse in frustration… and you hear the distinctive “click” noise, and suddenly you’re browser brings you back to the last page you were on… A glimpse of hope pops up, a window asking you if you’d like to “Resubmit your form input?” … you click it, but alas, all your work is gone, all thanks to the third mouse button that nobody even asked for. I feel for you, I really do… Let’s put a stop to the problem that brought you here, it’s time to disable the back button on your mouse!

iTunes and iPod Won’t Play Certain MP3 Files

26 March 2009

Have you ever had a MP3 file appear in your iTunes library that simply won’t play in iTunes or on your iPod? It doesn’t give you an error, it just refuses to play singly, or if it appears in a playlist it just skips to the next song? If your iPod and iTunes won’t play [...]

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Apple

iTunes and iPod Won’t Play Certain MP3 Files

Posted on 26 March 2009

Have you ever had a MP3 file appear in your iTunes library that simply won’t play in iTunes or on your iPod? It doesn’t give you an error, it just refuses to play singly, or if it appears in a playlist it just skips to the next song? If your iPod and iTunes won’t play [...]

Hacks & Mods

Setting up DD-WRT as a Wireless Bridge or Repeater

Posted on 27 August 2010

This article aims to help troubleshoot problems you may encounter when trying to set up a wireless bridge between two different models of routers. It isn’t a replacement for the tutorial on how to set up a wireless bridge , which may differ from build-to-build. Onward bound!

Vista

Windows DVD Maker: Encoding Slow

Posted on 12 March 2009

Microsoft gave Vista Premium and Ultimate users a DVD authoring tool aptly dubbed Windows DVD Maker. It’s so easy to use even grandpa can take it for a leisurely stroll and wait overnight for his DVD to burn. Why is it so slow? Conspiracy theories aside, the answer is a simple one… Microsoft made it that way! Read on to find out why and how to fix it.