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"A Practical friendly guide to repairing Computers. through easy-to-understand language, detailed problems & solution tutorials.
The book emphasizes a deep understanding of how a Computer works How to diagnose and repair problems; it concentrates on
practical, hands-on solutions that can be implemented right away."
"A unique approach to troubleshooting Computer hardware problems. creates a expert system for diagnosing component failure
and identifying conflicts. The diagnostic steps at the core of this book are intended for the intermediate to advanced hobbyist,
or the beginning technician".
"Following a structured approach to troubleshooting hardware reduces the false diagnoses and parts wastage typical of the
inexperienced technician. Problems include: Power Supply Failure, Video Failure, CPU, RAM Failure, Motherboard, IDE Drive
Failure, CD or DVD Recording Problem, Modem Failure, Sound Failure, Network Failure, Peripheral Failure,Conflict Resolution."
"Focusing mainly on installing and troubleshooting hardware, the book also provides solutions to common operating
system-related problems. Regardless of your level of experience, this is the perfect resource for anyone who owns a Computer,
wants to repair a Computer or is considering a career in the Computer repair business" "The author goes where no Computer book author has gone before right past all the hidden screws, and the fear factor to produce a real owner's manual that every Computer owner should have on his table
This ebook covers ALL aspects of computer repairs. Diagnostics, replacing defective parts, completely stripping
down all makes and models. Assembly. And much, much more.
SECTION - A
PC Repair Safety
Important Safety Basics
How to handle components to ensure their longevity
What you shouldn't wear while working inside your computer
The danger of static electricity
The 2 computer components you should never ever attempt to fix
How to protect your PC from lightning strikes and power outages
Using our Computer repair guides, you'll have the knowledge to
Identify ALL the parts in a Computer
Power Supply Connections
Hard Drive Connections
Mechanical vs. Solid State Drives
Removing a ROM Drive
Installing a ROM Drive
Removing a Hard Drive
Installing a Hard Drive
Removing a Power Supply
Installing a Power Supply
Removing a Video Card
Installing a Video Card
Install Expansion Cards
Removing the Motherboard
Removing the Processor
Installing the Processor
Installing a CPU Cooler
Installing the Motherboard
Checking the Power Switch
Removing the CMOS Battery
Seating Expansion Cards
A walkthrough of installing Windows 7
A walkthrough of installing Windows XP
Imaging: create a Windows system image
How to Backup/Restore your Windows partition with the bootable image disk
Duplicating a partition (creating a multiboot system)
A multiboot system: the Windows bootmanager vs. an alternative bootmanager
Setting up a multiboot/dualboot system with MrBooter
Dual Boot Ubuntu and Windows
Windows XP registry tweaks
3 types of media to use when backing up your data, and when each method is appropriate
How to create automated backups to ensure you always have a recent backup
Learn how to manually backup data
How to make an exact copy (clone) of a hard drive
The danger in not diagnosing problems first
Learn how to test your RAM
Check your hard drive for errors
The best cleaning supplies to use
How to increase airflow and increase your computer's lifespan
How to clean your computer
What's Inside a Hard Drive?
How Hard Disks Work
Inside: Hard Drive Motherboard
Desktop Hard Drive Buyer's Guide
What is RAID? Using Multiple Hard Drives for Performance and Reliability
Partitioning hard disk (primary and extended partitions)
Hard Drive Failures
How To Troubleshoot a Noisy Hard Drive
How to Format a Hard Drive
How to Completely Erase a Hard Disk Drive
Recover emails, files, and data from a crashed hard drive or computer
Learn how to prevent your PC from getting malware
All the different types of malware and how they attack your PC
The difference between Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware software
How to run a full system scan
How to fix your browser from redirecting to other websites (browser hijack)
Using a modern anti-virus utility
When utilities don't fix everything, how to manually remove a virus
2 specific things to disable when trying to get rid of a nasty virus
2 special utilities that work wonders
How to check to see if your hard drive has bad sectors
Fix the master boot record
How to run an in-place installation
User Account Customization
How to create and configure user accounts in Windows XP,Vista,7
Make Changes to an Account
Changing the storage location of the personal folders
Changing the storage location of installed software
Setting up Parental Controls in Windows XP,Vista,7
How to Use Fast User Switching in Windows
View Hidden Files and Folders
Lock Down Windows 7 With User Account Control
How to Delete User Accounts in Windows
Learn about the different types of internet connections
Setup your internet connection
Setting a Static IP Address in Windows
Setting up an email account
Setting a Static IP Address in Windows
Configuring your wireless connection
Windows Update & Device Driver
How to find your system version in Windows, Mac, Linux
Installing a service pack
How to perform a Windows Update
Installing new software on your Mac, update your software and Mac OS X, and troubleshoot installation issues
Installing a software program in windows
How to run a file from MS-DOS
Extracting or uncompressing a compressed file
How to compress or make files into one file
Extracting files from the Windows cabinets
Uninstalling Windows software
Unable to remove a program from Windows Add/Remove programs
Installing Hardware Drivers
What is a Driver?
How To Update Drivers in Windows
How To Roll Back a Driver in Windows
What hardware device drivers should be updated
What is a Device manager?
How to Repair Corrupted Files Problems
How to check for corrupted files
Restore your machine back to normal
My hard disk is filling up, what should I do?
Where's my disk space ?
Top 15 Ways to Speed Up Your Computer
How to Automatically Clean and Organize Your Desktop, Downloads, and Other Folders
5 Simple Rules To Keep Files Organized
Computer Maintenance Tips and Tricks to Backup, Scan and Clean
5 Reasons Your Computer Is Running Slow
Junk File Removal
How to Remove Junk Files
How to completely remove "deleted" files
How to clear web browser cache firefox, ie, chrome,
5 steps to clean up your computer files
Personalize your Windows XP-based PC
Using a Linux Live CD
Why you want a Linux Live CD
Use Ubuntu Live CD to Backup Files from Your Dead Windows Computer
Using a liveCD as your Linux Desktop
Backup and Restore Outlook
How to restore the Outlook default installation, toolbars and settings
Restore Deleted Items from an Outlook PST-file
SECTION - B
How to Fix Your Desktop Motherboard capacitor problems for $15
Solder/De-solder Capacitor From Your Motherboard
When a Motherboard Fails
Capacitors - Mysterious Creatures
When Capacitors Spring Leaks
How To Recognize Flawed Capacitors
How To Buy Substitute Low-ESR Capacitors
Drilling the motherboard
Installing New Capacitors
Everything You Need to Know About The Motherboard Voltage Regulator Circuit
General System Component Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Motherboard Problems
Memory Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
DVD/Optical Drives testing and troubleshooting
Power regulator circuit on the motherboard
Bios Password Removal
How to break Administrators password in windows xp
Bios Flashing & Update
Computer Practical Projects:
How to build a Computer Desktop
How to Install A CCFL Lamp in your Computer
How to Overclock your computer CPU
Latest Tools & Gadgets For Desktop/Laptop Repairs
Home Networking for first timers
System Component Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Desktop Motherboard
Troubleshooting Network Problems
Use Of Debug Card Post Error & Code
"Become An Employer And Not A Job Seeker"
Consider these advantages of becoming a Computer repair specialist...
All your income is earned from home.
Can be run by anyone.
Free ongoing help.
Market and expanding every day.
Part-time for full-time money.
You can be employed.
You can be unemployed.
Want to escape the 9 - 5 grind.
Look! These are the minimum charges
Selling just ONE Computer per week will make $200 per week.
Fitting ONE component into a Computer will make $45.
Installing memory into a Computer will make $35.
Fitting a hard drive will make $45.
Installing Windows to a new hard drive will make an additional $45