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Yes, It's Happening! I Am Now On the Other Side...

...of the camera. I am now a speaker. More of a trainer actually. A Videography Trainer.

Anyway, please come support me as I speak at my friend's new office open house event.
http://www.Internet-Business-Coaching.com/newofficeIn this speaking workshop, I will be covering:
1. Choosing the right video camera.
2. Using your video camera like a pro.
3. What’s the best video editing software.
4. Editing videos that YouTube will not reject.
5. Be seen on YouTube, get found on Google.With millions of viewers on YouTube, do you want to take advantage of the free social traffic?See you there... :)http://www.Internet-Business-Coaching.com/newofficeEvent details:
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Internet Business Coaching Pte Ltd has just shifted into a New and Bigger office.The owner of the office, Roger Loh who has a big and generous heart, is going to host a “NEW OFFICE CELEBRATION FAIR” to celebrate the opening of his new office.At this 1 day event, you will get to Enjoy:-Free Lessons: Empower yourself t…

Solved! Missing USB2 Enhanced Host Controller...

Let's celebrate! My PC is up to speed again.
There was nothing to do with Windows Vista.
We have been bashing and blaming it for nothing.
The cause for the slow down was the missing USB2.
Or rather missing USB2 enhanced host controller.

Discovered this when I plugged in an external drive.
The PC reported it cannot operate at optimum speed.
It said the USB 2.0 hi speed port was not present.
This caused the drive to work in slow speed USB1.

It's a pain to edit video at this old speed.
Especially when editing high definition videos.
Response was so sluggish like a x386 computer.

Did a few things before pin-pointing the actual cause.
Cleaned desktop, defragmented, scanned for virus and spyware.
Cleaned registry, system restore and asked for help.
Finally I found this forum thread that ended it all...
http://www.softwaretipsandtricks.com/forum/windows-xp/14354-missing-usb-controller-device-manager.html

Here's how to bring back the missing USB2:
1. Turn on PC. Press DEL. Get into the BIOS screen.