Still working at the KB Seaturtle Hospital trying to take over and figure out their network issue. Snuck in a turtle selfie when passing by the tanks.
In light of the several hard drive failure issues that have came across my bench lately, I figured it’s a good time to talk about some of the warning signs. Read and be warned because it’s not a question of IF the hard drive will fail, but WHEN. Slow downs, freezes, and BSOD’s (blue screen of death) These are very unspecific signs that can be caused by a bunch of different things, but regardless of what the issue behind these symptoms is, it is recommended that you immediately make a backup. If these problems occur after a fresh installation or…
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iMac came in a few days ago with no display backlight. PSU had corrosion and loose connectors.
Fine example of inside a desktop that never gets cleaned out. Enough dust to make a bird nest and roaches to feed them.
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I had a customer call and schedule me for this morning to “hook up their printer to their computer” so I went and my jaw dropped when I saw why they were having trouble getting a laser printer to connect. I wasn’t even able to set the clock cause it wouldn’t recognize any date newer than 1999. It definitely was not Y2K compliant. The monitor was a “Tandy” brand which I haven’t seen since the 80’s from radio shack. Made me think about my old TRS-80
Dell Inspiron 1764 laptops are notorious for overheating. Most of the problems are due to the processor fan getting clogged up with dust bunnies. Sometimes a simple blast of air can fix the problem but in this case, the unit had to be disassembled to completely clean it up. New thermal grease will be applied also.