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ما الفرق بين ال يو اس بي مع ادبتر كهرباء والعادي؟ الفرق ان جهاز الكومبيوتر يوفر الكهرباء لاجهزه ال يو اس بي عن طريق البور سبلي الرئيسي الخاص بالكومبيوتر واذا كان من النوع العادي او الرخيص او حتى الغير كافي فان اي جهاز يتم توصيله للكومبيوتر عن طريق ال يو اس بي سيعاني من مشكله وقد يتلف كذلك لذلك الافضل هو مع محمول كهرباء لتخفيف الضغط عن الرئيسي انور الكندري خبير استرجاع البيانات بالكويت منذ عام 1997 Anwer Alkandri, Forensic Data Recovery Engineer
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شرح مبسط لكيفيه اعاده تعبئه احبار الطابعات اذا كنت تطبع الكثير من الورق وتود الحصول على افضل اداء بأقل الاسعار فهذا هو الحل أولا: اعرف موديل الحبر الخاص بطابعتك ثانيا: اعرف موديل الطابعه للتأكد من تركيب القطعه ثالثا: موقع امازون به العديد من الشركات التي توفر نظام التعبئه لمختلف الطابعات كل ما عليك فعله هو فقط الاختيار منها. اسعارهم لا تتعدى ال 50 دولار اي ما يعادل ال 15 دينار كويتي تدفع مره واحده: والاحبار كل ليتر يكلف حوالي ال 15 دولار للون الواحد ما يعادل 5 دنانير فقط. اتمنى ان تستفيدوا منها انور الكندري خبير استرجاع البيانات بالكويت منذ عام 1997 Anwer Alkandri, Forensic Data Recovery Engineer
18 Mar 2017
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ال اس اس دي هارديسك تطور الفلاش في الجزء الثالث سنستعرض اهم انواعه واستخداماته مع شرح مختصر لابرز محتواه من الداخل انور الكندري خبير استرجاع البيانات بالكويت منذ عام 1997 Anwer Alkandri, Forensic Data Recovery Engineer
18 Mar 2017
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What are the most important parts of the USB flash from the inside? What are the most important failures of the USB flash? All this and more the following video. Anwer Alkandri, Forensic Data Recovery Engineer
14 Mar 2017
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Batman Arkham Knight | Performance Test Low Settings | Intel Core i5 2500K | NVIDIA®GTX 580 avg: 29 - Min: 25 - Max: 44 ABOUT THE GAME : “Be The Batman” – Live the complete Batman experience as the Dark Knight enters the concluding chapter of Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy Players will become The World’s Greatest Detective like never before with the introduction of the Batmobile and enhancements to signature features such as FreeFlow Combat, stealth, forensics and navigation MINIMUM: OS: Win 7 SP1, Win 81 (64-bit Operating System Required) Processor: Intel Core i5-750, 267 GHz | AMD Phenom II X4 965, 34 GHz Memory: 6 GB RAM Graphics: Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (2 GB Memory Minimum) | AMD Radeon HD 7950 (3 GB Memory Minimum) DirectX: Version 11 Network: Broadband Internet connection Hard Drive: 45 GB available space RECOMMENDED: OS: Win 7 SP1, Win 81 (64-bit Operating System Required) Processor: Intel Core i7-3770, 34 GHz | AMD FX-8350, 40 GHz Memory: 8 GB RAM Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 – 3 GB Memory Recommended DirectX: Version 11 Network: Broadband Internet connection Hard Drive: 55 GB available space
27 Dec 2016
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Batman Arkham Knight | Performance Test High Settings | Intel Core i5 2500K | NVIDIA®GTX 580 avg: 20 - Min: 8 - Max: 36 ABOUT THE GAME : “Be The Batman” – Live the complete Batman experience as the Dark Knight enters the concluding chapter of Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy Players will become The World’s Greatest Detective like never before with the introduction of the Batmobile and enhancements to signature features such as FreeFlow Combat, stealth, forensics and navigation MINIMUM: OS: Win 7 SP1, Win 8 (64-bit Operating System Required) Processor: Intel Core i5-750, 267 GHz | AMD Phenom II X4 965, 34 GHz Memory: 6 GB RAM Graphics: Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (2 GB Memory Minimum) | AMD Radeon HD 7950 (3 GB Memory Minimum) DirectX: Version 11 Network: Broadband Internet connection Hard Drive: 45 GB available space RECOMMENDED: OS: Win 7 SP1, Win 8 (64-bit Operating System Required) Processor: Intel Core i7-3770, 34 GHz | AMD FX-8350, 40 GHz Memory: 8 GB RAM Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 – 3 GB Memory Recommended DirectX: Version 11 Network: Broadband Internet connection Hard Drive: 55 GB available space
27 Dec 2016
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Forensic Pest Management Services
30 Nov 2016
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http://www.YourPolkAttorneys.com Lopez and Humphries, P.A. 2420 S. Florida Avenue Lakeland, Florida 33803 863-709-1800 Criminal Attorney Lakeland FL | DUI | Violent Crimes Domestic Violence | Retail Theft Charges | Gun Charges Drug Related Charges Including Possession and Trafficking A criminal charge can adversely effect your employment, liberty and reputation. It is much to grave of a matter to leave to chance. At Lopez & Humphries, P.A. both partners have a wealth of experience in the area of criminal law. Both Mrs. Lopez and Mr. Humphries are former prosecutors that have tried literally over 100 criminal trials. They have successfully resolved cases for thousands of criminal clients in Polk, Hardee, Highlands and Hillsborough Counties. Kevin Humphries is the former President of the Polk County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and has been acknowledged by Chief Judge Demers in every edition of the Florida DUI Manual for his assistance in the preparation of this valuable manuscript that is relied on by Judges and Prosecutors alike. Kevin is licensed to practice law in both the State of Florida and the Federal Middle District. Kevin was a Felony Prosecutor in Polk County prior to entering into private practice where he has held numerous leadership positions in local bar associations and given tutorials to local defense attorneys on various aspects of defending various cases such as computer forensic crimes. Kevin tried jury trials in almost every case imaginable from DUIs to First Degree Capital Murder cases. He has been featured as both a guest commentator as well as the attorney of record on numerous cases both locally and nationally. Kevin is nationally renowned as one of his Capital Murder cases was aired in its full three week long jury trial format on TruTV (formally Court TV). Kevin has also been featured on numerous other networks such as Fox, ABC, NBC, CNN and Bay News 9 just to name a few.
31 Oct 2016
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Taking Up Investigative Criminology Courses Article highlights: 1. Investigative criminology can bestow you with crime sniffing power. 2. Forensic psychology and forensic science can be studied online. 3. Forensics try to unravel the reason behind an action. 4. Forensic has a connection with the law. 5. Judges and police look forward to the services of forensics. 6. Modern technologies are employed in forensics. 7. The analysis of samples from a crime scene can give clue to the culprit. 8. The ballistic report is often important in crime resolution. 9. The fingerprint is the first clue forensics look for at crime scenes. 10. Forensic studies are more accurate than criminal profiling. Read more: http://j.mp/2e1U7xu #OnlineDegrees #OnlineCourses #OnlineColleges #OnlineUniversity
30 Oct 2016
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Reasons Why Getting Forensic Psychology Degree Online is the Best Article highlights: 1. Forensic psychology studies human psychology in respect of legal system. 2. Forensic psychologists undergo a lot of research pertaining human behavior. 3. Juries are assisted by forensic psychologists to understand the state of mind of a criminal to pass the right judgment. 4. Forensic psychology can be studied online. 5. Online study makes it easy for one to combine work with learning. 6. A higher degree in Forensic Psychology increases your dignity and acceptance. 7. Stick with accredited schools if you want to study Forensic Psychology online. 8. Taking up a degree in law is optional to study Forensic Psychology. 9. At the doctorate level, psychologists become research oriented. 10. It is important to be certified by the ABFP to become a professional psychologist. Read more: http://j.mp/2dg0krL #OnlineDegrees #OnlineCourses #OnlineColleges #OnlineUniversity
1 Oct 2016
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New Nursing Career Options Article highlights: 1. There are three kinds of nurses but all have the same foundation skills set. 2. Nurses can specialize in certain areas of work and patient care. 3. Agency nurses are good at first aid and important life-saving skills. 4. Cardiac nurses specialize in working with heart problems. 5. Ambulatory nurses work in doctors offices and clinics. 6. Forensic nurses work with law enforcement to assist with investigations. 7. The geriatric nurse works with older patients. 8. Midwife nurses are involved with childbirth. 9. Oncology nurses work with cancer patients. 10. Military nurses work in military hospitals, and their care is directed at soldiers. Read more: http://j.mp/29LUHAq #NursingCourses #NursingSchool #NursingDegree #NursingColleges #NursingEducation
14 Aug 2016
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The project, which hails from Imagine Television and Fox 21, is an adaptation of a Danish crime series based on the books by Elsebeth Egholm and revolves around police detective Catherine Jensen (Sevigny) and forensic profiler Thomas Schaffer (D’Arcy), who possess a deep understanding of the serial killers they hunt. Joe Carnahan directed the pilot from a script by Glen Morgan. Morgan (“The X-Files,” “Millennium,” Final Destination), Carnahan (Narc, The Grey), Brian Grazer, Francie Calfo, Peter Bose, and Jonas Allen executive produce.
8 Jan 2014
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An adaptation of a Danish crime series based on the books by Elsebeth Egholm, Those Who Kill revolves around police detective Catherine Jensen (Chloe Sevigny) and forensic profiler Thomas Schaffer (James D’Arcy), who possess a deep understanding of the serial killers they hunt.
7 Dec 2013
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Sources reveal that Jiah Khan latest forensic report suggest that the actress was under the influence of the alcohol while hanging herself. This report has come almost a month after her suicide. Will this give some relief to Sooraj Pancholi? For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: http://www.lehren.co Like our Updates: http://www.facebook.com/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: https://twitter.com/lehrentv
10 Jul 2013
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(original+enhanced) -Alien Exam . -Best Evidence of Alien Contact in The History of Mankind -Case of Dr.Jonathan Reed -This video is from the alien encounter of Dr Jonathan Reed,his alien encounter originated on October 15, 1996, in the Cascade Mountains east of Seattle near Snoqualmie Pass. While still in the mountains,Dr. Jonathan Reed came across the creature by accident while he and his dog were hiking in the forest. For unknown reasons his dog apparently attacked the creature. The creature, in reaction to the dog attacking it, began to defend itself. Dr.Jonathan Reed, seeing his dog was losing the battle with the creature, picked up a large tree branch and struck the creature in the head. Thinking he had killed it - he eventually ended up bringing the creature home. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The following is a brief synopsis of the forensic evidence presented by Mr. Harold Chacon. an indepent cellular biologist and Ph.D. candidate on the Art Bell show, December 9th, 1999. --- Four tissue samples and one 'blood' sample were delivered to Harold Chacon in a medical, nitrogen-cooled sample container. Each sample was wrapped in linen gauze. The samples were delivered to Mr. Chacon in June of 1999. Dr. Reed took the samples during his 1996 examination of the creature with his friend Gary. The samples were taken from the head wound inflicted by Dr. Reed. The blood sample was taken from fluids draining from wound. The tissue samples were cut from the edges of the wound. The samples were small - say one fifth the size of a pencil eraser. This particular set of samples was preserved by Gary and given to Jonathan by people that are currently taking care of Gary. Gary had previously sent the samples to his caretakers unbeknownst to Jonathan shortly after the 1996 examination. They were recovered during a reunion with Gary early in 1999. A transmission microscope survey, an electron scanning microscope survey and a gel electrophoresis chromosome analysis were performed using the samples. Tissue Sample 1 and 2: These two tissue samples contained skin and attached muscles. The skin resembles the superficial fascia of human skin. It is more elastic than human skin and has no hair nor hair follicles. The subcutaneous tissue has about one half as many sebaceous or fat producing glands as does human skin. Mr. Chacon stated that the skin is not like any earth animal although it is something like reptile skin. The muscle tissue resembles the occipital frontalis muscle of a human but is a yellowish-pinkish color instead of the normal gray color found in humans. Another intersecting muscle resembling the temporal fascia muscle similar to a human's was also discovered. The muscle tissues were found attached to the skin. These samples are not like tissues from any known earthly species. The Fluid Sample: The fluid sample had become desiccated and was rehydrated prior to analysis. Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, and Nitrogen gases were found in the sample. Extremely high traces of copper sulfate were also found. White and red corpuscles with an elevated nucleus were discovered as well. None of the material is like known earthly blood material. A Gel electrophoresis study was performed using the red cells to determine the chromosome makeup. The sample revealed 46 chromosomes, just like a human and all but nine of these chromosomes are shared with humans. The nine dissimilar chromosomes are somewhat like those found in dolphins and certain sea tortoises. No record of chromosomes like these could be found in any database searched by Mr. Chacon and his colleagues. When asked if there was any way to hoax the chromosome samples, Mr. Chacon replied that there is no possible way to create them using any known earthly technology. Tissue Sample 3 and 4: The last two samples contain brain matter. One sample resemble the insulating bag that cushions the brain from the skull. The tissue lining resembles reptilian tissue but contains strange structures not found in any earth species. Some tissue of the exterior of the brain itself was found attached to the lining sample. It contained very unusual structures as well. These structures appear to be large nerve bundles that emerge from the within the brain and loop back down into it. Neither brain tissue sample resembles any known tissue ever discovered.
30 Jun 2013
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-Dr Jonathan Reed on the Art Bell Radio Program,Dec 9, 1999 . ((FULL INTERVIEW)) Art Bell: Somewhere in Time http://www.coasttocoastam.com The following is a brief synopsis of the forensic evidence presented by Mr. Harold Chacon. an indepent cellular biologist and Ph.D. candidate on the Art Bell show, December 9th, 1999. --- Four tissue samples and one 'blood' sample were delivered to Harold Chacon in a medical, nitrogen-cooled sample container. Each sample was wrapped in linen gauze. The samples were delivered to Mr. Chacon in June of 1999. Dr. Reed took the samples during his 1996 examination of the creature with his friend Gary. The samples were taken from the head wound inflicted by Dr. Reed. The blood sample was taken from fluids draining from wound. The tissue samples were cut from the edges of the wound. The samples were small - say one fifth the size of a pencil eraser. This particular set of samples was preserved by Gary and given to Jonathan by people that are currently taking care of Gary. Gary had previously sent the samples to his caretakers unbeknownst to Jonathan shortly after the 1996 examination. They were recovered during a reunion with Gary early in 1999. A transmission microscope survey, an electron scanning microscope survey and a gel electrophoresis chromosome analysis were performed using the samples. Tissue Sample 1 and 2: These two tissue samples contained skin and attached muscles. The skin resembles the superficial fascia of human skin. It is more elastic than human skin and has no hair nor hair follicles. The subcutaneous tissue has about one half as many sebaceous or fat producing glands as does human skin. Mr. Chacon stated that the skin is not like any earth animal although it is something like reptile skin. The muscle tissue resembles the occipital frontalis muscle of a human but is a yellowish-pinkish color instead of the normal gray color found in humans. Another intersecting muscle resembling the temporal fascia muscle similar to a human's was also discovered. The muscle tissues were found attached to the skin. These samples are not like tissues from any known earthly species. The Fluid Sample: The fluid sample had become desiccated and was rehydrated prior to analysis. Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, and Nitrogen gases were found in the sample. Extremely high traces of copper sulfate were also found. White and red corpuscles with an elevated nucleus were discovered as well. None of the material is like known earthly blood material. A Gel electrophoresis study was performed using the red cells to determine the chromosome makeup. The sample revealed 46 chromosomes, just like a human and all but nine of these chromosomes are shared with humans. The nine dissimilar chromosomes are somewhat like those found in dolphins and certain sea tortoises. No record of chromosomes like these could be found in any database searched by Mr. Chacon and his colleagues. When asked if there was any way to hoax the chromosome samples, Mr. Chacon replied that there is no possible way to create them using any known earthly technology. Tissue Sample 3 and 4: The last two samples contain brain matter. One sample resemble the insulating bag that cushions the brain from the skull. The tissue lining resembles reptilian tissue but contains strange structures not found in any earth species. Some tissue of the exterior of the brain itself was found attached to the lining sample. It contained very unusual structures as well. These structures appear to be large nerve bundles that emerge from the within the brain and loop back down into it. Neither brain tissue sample resembles any known tissue ever discovered.
30 Jun 2013
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