Cd Repairing

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cd repairing - Troubleshooting, Maintaining,
Troubleshooting, Maintaining, and Repairing PCs (with CD-ROM)
Troubleshooting, Maintaining, and Repairing PCs (with CD-ROM)
This guide aims to deal with most PC problems. It is a troubleshooting guide for those who want to understand how personal computers work and how to fix them when they fail. The book covers over 2000 PC hardware symptoms and aims to provide quick diagnosis and limit their down time.

Troubleshooting, Maintaining & Repairing PCs combines authoritative reference material on IBM-standard personal computers with condition-specific troubleshooting advice. Author Stephen Bigelow provides loads of technical reference information but combines it with how-to advice that clearly derives from experience in the hardware repair and upgrade industry. An update to popular earlier editions, this book includes new information about the latest processors and peripherals. As he always has, Bigelow distinguishes his work with coverage of hardware jobs others shun, such as the safe disassembly of a video monitor.
The most intriguing feature of this book is its "Symptoms at a Glance" section, in which Bigelow lists hundreds of conditions with references to the pages on which he discusses them. The descriptions of the symptoms are good--"A device driver small enough for the available UMA fails to load there" and "A 096xxxx error code appears" are two examples--but finding your problem in the list can prove challenging because the symptoms are grouped by the chapters in which they appear. Your best bet is to scan the table of contents for the chapters that discuss the likely sources of your problem, and then scan the symptoms listed for those chapters one by one. Once you've found the reference to the appropriate page, you'll be impressed by Bigelow's tight prose and the depth of the experience he shares. --David Wall
Topics covered: The boot process, BIOS variations, motherboards, processors, persistent storage (including magnetic hard disks, CD-ROM drives, and DVD drives), buses, ports, input devices, monitors, and multimedia peripherals.

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G4 HDD Repair
G4 HDD Repair
No one should have to do this much work to get to their hdd. I mean cooommoon.. now I hear they are much easier but this was teh poop. I've scarred the poor thing a bit, and now cd's are a bit quirky to load/unload but hey.. better to replace a dead hdd than the whole machine riiight? ...right /darksarcasm. Amazingly enough I only have 1 spare screw haha ;)
XIII in the heat
XIII in the heat
Simple CD cover I did for the Album Art group. From the Repair release party. It is *not* an official vinyl or CD cover. low light no flash hand held.

cd repairing
cd repairing
Upgrading and Repairing PCs (with CD-ROM)
Scott Mueller is the bestselling, most trusted PC hardware author of all-time. His book has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide and is an industry classic. This newest edition contains more than 100 pages of all-new content, illustrations and photos. The information contained in this book has launched and promoted thousands of careers. If you are at all curious about what goes on inside your computer or want to start a new career in PC building, upgrading, repair and troubleshooting, this book will be an indispensable addition to your desk or workbench. If you are a long-time reader of Scott's book, you'll find the additions in this edition to be a vital addition to your arsenal. The CD includes 90 minutes of all new how-to video.

Scott Mueller has long been known for the quality of the PC-hardware reference books that he writes. Upgrading and Repairing PCs, which now is in its twelfth edition, remains relevant even as the personal computing market is changing faster than ever. This book represents the most comprehensive single source of information on what used to be called IBM-compatible PC hardware. Look here for data--useful to repair technicians--about processors (e.g., Intel's Itanium and AMD's Duron parts), memory (e.g., RDRAM and DDR SDRAM), video cards, disk drives, removable storage media of all kinds, and network interface cards. If it can be plugged into a PC, Mueller addresses it.
A new emphasis on networking makes an appearance in this last edition. Whereas earlier versions of the book more or less stopped at the PC case, this one explores the technology that underlies cable modems, Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) connections, and other high-speed data communications options. It also explains how to make all of the custom-length Ethernet cables that you want--a simple but valuable addition. Builders of home and small-office networks probably will wish for more coverage of turnkey firewall hardware; but, because most of these devices aren't based on the PC platform, their absence is understandable. Mueller ties up the hardware-related discussion in a well-illustrated chapter on building a PC from scratch. It's solid work, although it would've been even better if he'd spelled out "best of breed" components by make and model. --David Wall
Topics covered: The latest and greatest in IBM-compatible PC hardware, as well as legacy hardware that the PC specification still supports. Processors, memory, video chips, network cards, CD-ROM players and recorders, DVD players and recorders, modems, all sorts of specialized components, plus instructions on building a PC, and troubleshooting strategies.