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The Videoguys understand that unfortunatley not all PCs are created equal. As a result, not everyones install and set up goes completely right the first time. We understand this because we set up, install and test every new board when it first ships. We feel that our database of tech support problems and solutions is Read More

By Videoguys, October 31, 2014
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Tech Tips & Tricks

Videoguys' Top 10 Tech Tips

Videoguys Top Tech Tips for troubleshooting your Digital Video Editing computer. The following troubleshooting tips are provided FREE as a service to our customers. If you purchased your equipment from someone else, you are welcome to use these tips but remember, the Videoguys offer the best customer service and tech support in the industry. We Read More

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By Videoguys, March 31, 2009
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Tech Tips & Tricks

Videoguys' Windows XP Tips & Tricks for Video Editing

Videoguys recommends Windows XP Professional as the most stable PC operating system for most video editing software and hardware available today. Read our Windows XP Tips and Tricks for:    1. Videoguys Top WinXP tips   2. WinXP Cool Extras   3. WinXP Issues   4. David LaBorde’s TWEAKS for Windows XP for Video Editing (v 1.0)   5. Read More

By Videoguys, August 28, 2008

Camera and Accessories, Specials and Promotions, Storage Solutions, Video Editing

Videoguys NAB 2007 Report Part 2

“B” is for Boards & More.. Plenty of New Hardware One of the things I like best about NAB is the chance to see all the new hardware coming down the road for video editing and production. Over the past few years computers have become so powerful that we can edit DV footage extremely well Read More

By Videoguys, May 21, 2007

User Stories and Reviews

Videoguys NAB 2007 Report Part 2

“B” is for Boards & More..Plenty of New Hardware click here for NAB Part 1: Adobe, Apple & Avid One of the things I like best about NAB is the chance to see all the new hardware coming down the road for video editing and production. Over the past few years computers have become so Read More

By Videoguys, May 18, 2007
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DIY and System Recommendations

Videoguys' DIY 5 Update: Dual Core Editing Workstations

As NAB2007 rolls around this April, we want to take the time and offer a DIY update article for you. Our DIY4 and DIY5 dual core machines are still an excellent recipe to follow. We still advise anyone planning on building a new machine (or having one built for them) to reference both these articles. We looked Read More

By Videoguys, April 11, 2007

Computers, Tech Tips & Tricks

Videoguys on Vista: Not Yet

Windows Vista – Not yet – wait for 64 bit drivers. Microsoft has finally shipped their much awaited and hyped next OS – Vista. For Digital Videographers we have one piece of advice: Do Not Upgrade (Yet) Here are our top reasons why we feel you MUST WAIT before upgrading or migrating to Vista Wait Read More

By Videoguys, February 5, 2007
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DIY and System Recommendations

Videoguys' DIY 5: Intel Core 2 Duo Strikes Back!

DIY 5 Update (04/07) – Build your own Dual Core computer for Digital VideoAs NAB2007 rolls around this April, we want to take the time and offer a DIY update article for you. Our DIY 4 and 5 machines are still an excellent recipe to follow.  We still advise anyone planning on building a new Read More

By Videoguys, November 1, 2006

Computers, Specials and Promotions, Video Editing

Just to let you guys know, we’ve officially flipped the switch to Dual-Core. What I mean by this is that our recommended system page has now been updated and it’s dual-core all the way! We highly recommend both Intel’s P4 Dual-Core and AMD Dual- Core processors. In the past we would recommend Intel over AMD Read More

By Videoguys, May 9, 2006

DIY and System Recommendations

Videoguys' DIY 3: Double Trouble – Dual Xeon Workstation

Our DIY3 project is finally complete. “Double Trouble” was our first Dual Processor system. Unlike the previous two projects, this one was far more difficult. It was very hard finding a motherboard that all our vendors liked and that also included the latest PCI Express technology. As you will recall from our DIY2 article, PCI Read More

By Videoguys, April 11, 2006

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