Repairing your computer is very easy
Repairing your computer yourself will save you time and money, if you think I am wrong send me your proof via my Support page.
Repairing your computer safety instructions:
Do not assume that if the power strip is off that the
power is off, unplug the power cord.
What all this gobbodygook means to you is it is a throw away world as far as most computer parts are concerned. Unless your computer is still under warranty any component that has failed has no value.
Some manufactures support will ask you to can change out the failed part. The advantage to this is you don't have to wait for the Tech to schedule his time to come and fix your computer. The manufacture will ship you the part (free) and you change it out, then ship the defective part back (free).
the reasons for shipping the failed part back is to prove to the manufacture
that the part did fail, another is some parts are repairable, hard drives for
instance, proprietary main boards, power supplies because the manufacture has
the equipment to replace the failed components. This leads us to the actual repair. Some things need to be done before you yank
out that dead device.
This leads us to the actual repair. Some things need to be done before you yank
out that dead device.
You may need either a # 2 Philips screw driver or a # 15 torque to remove the screws.
When you replace a part do not destroy the part taking it out of the computer. Why? Your diagnostics and basic computer troubleshooting could give you the wrong part, double check your findings. I had a memory error that was actually a scanner driver that was the culprit causing the error code on start up.
When repairing your computer Observe Electro Magnetic Discharge (ESD)
On this web site there are many words, abbreviations, and acronyms. If you get lost or don't understand something then look in the Glossary for the translation. I try to use this format when writing on this web site: PCB (Printed Circuit Board), but you may want to know what a PCB is used for, check the Glossary.
Computer Repairing Eight Part Checklist (Small things you could do to make your PC better.)
Repairing a computer is usually easy, but sometimes you just can't find the information you need. So if you are having a problem or want to ask a question and get an answer here!Repairing your computer is easy if you take the time to read the instructions and follow safety procedures when Repairing your computer to protect you and the computer.
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