Omni Cancun Hotel & Villas Review

For our trip during Spring Break 2006 we chose to stay at the Omni Cancun Hotel & Villas.

The Oasis Hotel is the usual hot spot for college kids and it’s where MTV, FHM, Maxim and Studenty City set up shop. But we wanted to avoid all that madness and have a relaxed vacation.

? To view my pictures and my review of the Omni Cancun Hotel & Villas in Cancun Mexico, click below.

Omni Cancun Hotel – Pictures & Review

Omni Cancun Hotel Room Pictures

Upgrading Your PC’s RAM

Upgrading a desktop computer’s RAM memory is the easiest and least expensive way to improve performance and breathe new life and enhanced usability into a not so new computer.

My primary computer is an MTech 5600D laptop with a 2.8ghz Pentium 4 processor, 1 gigabyte of system RAM memory, and an ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 video card with 128mb of dedicated graphics memory.

My backup computer that I use for DVD burning and storing all my travel pictures is a P4 1.5ghz with only 256mb of ram. During use it was always accessing the hard disk drive to use the swap file, which really slowed down every action and software program.

I ordered 2 512mb sticks of RAM to upgrade my desktop PC from 256mb to 1024mb of system memory.

To read my step by step install guide for upgrading your desktop computer’s RAM system memory click on the link below.

How To Install RAM & Upgrade Your PC’s Memory

Guide To Upgrading Desktop PC RAM Memory

Buffing Old Faded Headlights

My brother has two “classic” cars. 😛

A 1997 Dodge Stratus and a 1994 Ford Mustang Cobra.

Both cars have seen plenty of highway miles and the headlights look old and faded from being hit by small rocks, bugs and then being scrubbed clean over and over.

I recently replaced my headlights on my 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP but I wish I had just buffed them instead. To see how my brother brought his headlights back to life click the link below.

Buffing Old Faded Headlights To Look Brand New Again

Buffing Old Faded Head Lights

Grand Prix Window Motor Replacement

I recently had to replace the power window motor and regulator in the driver side door of my 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP sedan.

I couldn’t find any good install guides or repair “how to” pages for this procedure on the web. So I took pictures of the entire process and created a fully illustrated guide on how to swap out your power window motor and regulator in any 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix SE, GT or GTP sedan.

If you own a GM (General Motors) car you’ll probably need to do replace one or all of your power window motors & regulators at some time. So bookmark my page for future reference.

Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Power Window Motor & Regulator Repair Guide

Grand Prix Window Motor & Regulator Replacement Guide