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Here is how we are repairing a dead PC with no display. This PC was having motherboard fault which we are going to repair. Subscribe. 10Base5 2.1 Speaker Sys…
In this video Carey takes a dead HP computer and shows you the cheapest and easiest way to reliably repair it.
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In this video I demonstrate how to repair your iPhone wifi with a heat gun. It is an alternate method to reflow (rehot, rework) your fatigued solder joints connecting the wifi chip and components to the printed circuit board (pcb), aka motherboard. The original article and additional feedback on using the heat gun method can be found at www.iphonetiquicia.com Reflowing the iPhone motherboard using an oven is a proven method to repair the iPhone wifi. Here is a list of successes using the oven method: www.iphonetiquicia.com Advantages of the Heat Gun method over the Oven method: 1) Concentrated application of heat only on the problem wifi components. 2) Shorter treatment time. 3) Ability to use lead-free solder to gauge treatment period. Despite the fact that the oven method works, it carries the risk of damaging your entire motherboard because oven temperatures can be difficult to control. On the other hand, a heat gun will allow you to concentrate the heat on the location of the wifi chip connections without applying heat to the other board components. This method will work with the iPhone 2G, 3G, 3GS. In fact, it will work with the iPhone 4 when those phones accumulate solder fatigue over time and begin to fail. The 2G is a little more difficult to rework than the 3G and 3GS because the motherboard is connected with solder rather than a push-in connector. In addition, this method will also repair the iPod Touch or any other unit that fails due to fatigued solder joints …
How to repair, refurbish, clean old computer mainboards in extreme, but safe mode. Sorry, not solderworks. Only some slide show ant testing movie. It quite difficult to solder and make movie at same time. Ant testing is not interesting- just power up the beast as regular new mainboard. With proper washing and heating nothing is damaged- the same technology is used in board manufacture factory.
Info: Level: Beginner Presenter: Eli the Computer Guy Length of Class: 60 Minutes Tracks: Computer Repair Prerequisties: None Purpose of Class: This class introduces students to the components in a computer. A desktop computer is dissected and the individual parts are shown and their functions are explained. The information presented tries to show how all computing devices share the same components. Whether you have a server, a desktop computer, a laptop or an iPhone this class will explain the hardware that makes it work. Topics Covered: Cases and Form Factors Power Supplies Optical Drives Hard Drives RAM CPU Video Cards Motherboard BIOS Heat Sinks and Computer Cooling Class Notes: Introduction The same parts used in a desktop computer are used in a laptop computer, netbook computer, iPhone and probably your next microwave oven Warnings Unplug computer Push in power button after computer is unplugged Touch metal case to discharge static electricity Never disassemble the power supply Overview The case Form Factors- The size of the case ATX Mini ATX ITX Power Supply Optical Drives CPU Heat Sinks / Cooling If the CPU gets too hot the computer starts acting erratically RAM Motherboard Video Cards Hard Drives IDE — still in many computers, but are now generally obsolete SATA — faster the IDE hard drives Solid State — have no moving parts BIOS Basic Input / Output System Controls how the hardware functions Primarily used to change the boot order for devices
A+ Computer Repair course chapter 1 part 3. Part 3 you will be learning about data buses, traces, voltages, cpu and bus speeds, system clock, expansion cards and ports.