Welcome to NickDJ.co.uk. The #1 destination for support with Technicolor routers, networking, and Retro Gaming.
On this website, you will find a multitude of guides generated through personal experience and providing end-user support. The aim of this website is to provide simple step-by-step guides so the less tech-savvy of us can fix common issues and perform self-diagnosis. This website updated regularly. Feel free to contact us if you require help finding a guide or would like one created.
Within, you will also find guides for various Raspberry Pi projects, Retro-gaming, emulation, network security, and multimedia software. For example, with minimum expense, you could be blocking advertising on all your household devices which could increase speed by roughly 30%!
NickDJ.co.uk is a personal website and not linked to any organization, brand, or company. We trust the information you find on this website is simple to follow, accurate, and helpful. Our router guides are frequently referenced by support forums on Overclockers, PlusNet, and MoneySavingExpert and used by many technical support advisors and resellers. We are currently expanding on supporting various other projects such as Retro-Gaming and MultiMedia software.
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|Internet & Routers|
This section covers a variety of subjects such as diagnosing network related issues and general networking information.
You'll also find numerous guides for Technicolor routers some of which cannot be found anywhere else on the internet. These will help you with tasks such as Port Forwarding, Manual Configuration, and assigning blocks of IPs.
We are constantly adding new guides but if you think there is something missing please let us know.
|The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing, and to learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python. It’s capable of doing everything you’d expect a desktop computer to do, from browsing the internet and playing high-definition video, to making spreadsheets, word-processing, and playing games.|
|Emulation, Gaming, Streaming, and other guides|
It's no secret, I love retro gaming, listening to music, and watching films! There are lots of platforms and devices you can use and even more ways of getting your entertainment fix. However getting the smoothest experience, best sound and video quality, and making everything organized is a difficult task.
As you can probably tell from this website, the Raspberry Pi is my first choice when it comes to an all-on-one entertainment solution. However there are occasions where the computing power of a PC is required. This is especially the case when trying to emulate newer consoles or playing video in audio perfect surround sound.
During my journey to achieve the best solution I have had to overcome many obstacles. This section is dedicated to providing you information about available options and how to tackle obstacles you may encounter.
[update: New YouTube channel for retro gaming is in development. Keep an eye on WePlayRetroGames and subscribe!]