Informational: Items needed to connect TIVO to the internet
To connect your TIVO to the internet on USD premises, you will need an Ethernet chord. If your TIVO does not have an Ethernet port, then you will need an adaptor to connect to the USB port on the TIVO.It is important to not that you will not be able ...
Informational: Student Computer Requirements and Recommendations
Faculty/Staff: Please visit the Computer Ordering site for more information To use the USD network, the following minimum components are required for both laptop and desktop machines. Computers with less capacity may not be able to connect to our...
Informational: Video cameras and other related equipment are available at the Media Center
Video cameras and other related equipment are available at the Media Center located in Maher 186. They may be reached at 619-260-4567. For additional information about the Media Center, please visit http://www.sandiego.edu/its/ims/.
Tutorial: How to Wipe (Format) a Drive on a Mac
***Before you format a hard drive, make a backup of all important files*** If you need assistance with making a backup of your files, feel free to come into our office at UC 117 and we can set you up. This tutorial can be applied to external hard drives as well as internal hard drives. To format your hard drive or external HD, begin by opening the Finder. Select "Applications" from the left hand side of the Finder window. Scroll down to "Utilities" and open the folder (double click or click arrow b...
FAQ: Should I buy a Desktop or a Laptop computer?
Ultimately, this is a matter or personal preference, but laptops tend to be better suited for campus life. Desktops are usually less expensive, but laptops give you the flexibility to take notes in class or work in the library. However, b...
FAQ: What eReaders are supported on campus?
Currently, eReaders are used on a class-by-class basis, as different publishers have different levels of support for electronic textbooks. Check with your professor to see if text books are available electronically. For universal access, ...