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  • Title The Laptop Repair Workbook: An Introduction to Troubleshooting and Repairing Laptop Computers
  • Author(s) Morris Rosenthal
  • Publisher: Foner Books; 5.2.2008 edition (June 1, 2008)
  • Paperback: 192 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10/ASIN: 0972380159
  • ISBN-13: 978-0972380157
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Book Description

This book will help you troubleshoot your laptop problem and take the most cost effective approach to repairing it, getting it repaired, or replacing it. But the troubleshooting process depends on your observations of the symptoms and your willingness to keep your mind open to solutions other than your first impression, or those suggested by friends who say they had "exactly the same problem." If the laptop is still usable but acts up, pay close attention to when and where it acts up, whether the problem always occurs after the laptop has been moved, or shut-down for the night, or running all day. Even the weather plays a part in troubleshooting some problems, so try to read through all of the general troubleshooting sections, just to get a feel for the things that go wrong with different components. If it doesn't make you into a laptop hypochondriac, it will make you a stronger diagnostician.

It includes twelve full page troubleshooting flowcharts for laptop hardware troubleshooting and explanatory text for every decision point. The book begins with an introduction to basic laptop terminology, troubleshooting procedures, and cost decisions. Supplementary illustrated tests and procedures are available on the publisher's website and an ebook version is also available direct from the publisher.

About the Authors
  • Morris Rosenthal is the founder and moderator of the Yahoo! Computer Business group for independent computer business owners with over 4,500 members. He is the author of McGraw-Hill's bestselling "Build Your Own PC" series, "Computer Repair with Diagnostic Flowcharts" and the cautionary "Start Your Own Computer Business" Morris holds a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering and an M.S. degree in electrical engineering.
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