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Videos for Computer Repair DIY

September 27th, 2011 Comments off

A computer repair technician is a person who repairs and maintains computers and servers. The technician’s responsibilities may extend to include building or configuring new hardware, installing and updating software packages, and creating and maintaining computer networks.

The repair of problems can range from a minor setting that is incorrect, to spyware, viruses, and as far as replacing hardware or an entire operating system.

Sometimes you may want to repair computer yourself even you are not a real computer repair technician, don’t worry, here are some videos provided by computertechnician.net can help you to solve some of the common computer issues.

  1. How to Repair the Blue Screen
  2. Make Your Computer Run Like New
  3. How to Make Your Internet Really Fast
  4. How to Fix Your Computer Without Downloads
  5. Computer Startup Problems Fixed
  6. How to Fix a Slow Computer
  7. 100 % CPU Usage
  8. How to Fix a Slow PC
  9. How to Fix a Computer
  10. How to Fix Your Computer for Good
  11. How to Fix a Mac Book Power Adapter
  12. Fix Your Mac Book Power Adapter
  13. How to Fix Your Mighty Mouse
  14. Clean Up Your Mac
  15. How to Make Your Mac Run Faster
  16. Mac OS X Tips and Tricks
  17. 3 Tips for New Mac Users
  18. Top 30 Mistakes by New Mac Users
  19. How to Fix Mac Book Booting Problems
  20. Ice T Presents Mac Repair
  21. How to Remove a Virus Without Using Antivirus Program
  22. How to Delete a Virus Manually
  23. How to Delete All Computer Virus Fast and Free
  24. How to Remove Viruses and Spyware Manually
  25. How to Remove Any Virus From Your Computer
  26. Top 5 Deadliest Computer Viruses
  27. Trojan Virus Removal
  28. Manually Remove Trojan Virus
  29. Microsoft Security Essentials Virus Test
  30. Learn Security Essentials
  31. How to Build a PC
  32. How to Install a Graphics Card
  33. PC Repairs for Dummies
  34. PC Cleaning
  35. How to Open a Locked Computer
  36. How to Upgrade Your Video Card
  37. How to Upgrade the Memory in Your Computer
  38. A+ Computer Repair
  39. How to Fix Overheating CPU
  40. How to Upgrade RAM
  41. How to Use Your Computer to Fix Your Car
  42. How to Start a Computer Repair Business
  43. Fix Your PC With a Crystal Pendulum
  44. Can Stores That Sell Computers Also Fix Them?
  45. How to Fix a Broken Keyboard
  46. How to Clean and Fix a Mouse
  47. How to Repair Laptop Adapter
  48. How to Fix a Black Screen Laptop
  49. How to Fix a Water Damaged Laptop
  50. Laptop Replacement Screen

Bonus! Destroy It Finally, if you can’t fix a broken computer, this is the video for you. It shows the top ten ways to destroy one that is good for nothing else. Fire, a bulldozer, cheese, and other methods are shared.

Be sure and use caution whenever following the above 50 must see YouTube videos for DIY computer repair. Some can void your warranty, and computers that are still under warranty can offer tech help over the phone or web.

Clicking Hard Drive Recovery

February 17th, 2009 Comments off

Hard Drive ClickingHave you ever heared a clicking noise from your hard drive? Do you want to know how to diagnose and recover your hard drive from this noise? Recently i found a professional recovery company (DataCent.com) which is good at recoverying data from thses hard drive clicks such as bellows:

Western Digital
1. Western Digital desktop drive with bad heads clunking.
2. Western Digital 500GB desktop drive with bad heads slowly clicks a few times and spins down.
3. Western Digital 250GB desktop drive with head crash clicks a few times, then spins down.
4. Western Digital 250GB desktop drive with stuck spindle can’t spin up, chatters.
5. Western Digital laptop drive with bad heads making clicking sound.
6. Western Digital 200GB desktop drive with bad preamplifier chip (located on the headstack) clicks a few times, spins down.
7. Western Digital desktop drive with unstable heads clicks a few times and stops spinning.
8. Western Digital laptop hard drive with stuck spindle trying to spin up with siren.
9. Western Digital 500GB desktop hard drive with bad bearings can’t gain full rotational spee

Seagate
1. Seagate desktop drive with degrading heads making thrashing, then clicking sound.
2. Seagate desktop drive with bad heads slowly clicks and beeps on spin up.
3. Seagate laptop drive with bad heads making clicking/knocking sound.
4. Seagate desktop drive with seized spindle trying to spin up.
5. Seagate Momentus laptop drive with bad heads making nasty drilling noise.

Maxtor
1. Maxtor desktop drive with bad heads making clicking/knocking/beeping noise.
2. Maxtor drive with bad heads making steady clicking/knocking sound.
3. Maxtor desktop drive with stuck spindle playing futuristic cell phone melody.
4. Maxtor drive with stuck spindle and musical siren again.

Samsung
1. Samsung 80GB desktop hard drive with bad heads making fast clicking sound.
2. Samsung desktop hard drive with bad heads clicks, then spins down.
3. Samsung 40GB desktop hard drive with bad head knocks a few times.
4. Samsung desktop drive with degrading media making scratching sound when hitting bad sectors.

Hitachi/IBM
1. Hitachi laptop drive with bad heads clicks once on spin up, then beeps.
2. IBM desktop drive with degrading media making scratching sound when hitting area with bad sectors.
3. Hitachi/IBM laptop drive with bad heads making clicking sound.
4. IBM 40GB desktop hard drive with degrading media/heads rattles and squeals on spin up.
5. Hitachi 60GB laptop drive with stuck spindle can’t spin up, makes humming/buzzing noise.

Toshiba
1. Toshiba laptop hard drive with stuck spindle trying to spin up(heard if taken close to your ear).
2. Toshiba laptop drive with degrading bearings making grinding sound.
3. Toshiba laptop drive with bad bearings making loud grinding sound.
4. Toshiba laptop drive with bad bearings making nasty drilling/screaming sound.
5. Toshiba laptop drive with bad heads making clicking/sweeping sound on boot up.

Fujitsu
1. Fujitsu laptop drive with bad heads making clicking/knocking noise.
2. Fujitsu laptop hard drive with bad heads making sweeping sound.
3. Fujitsu 40gb desktop drive with bad media making scratching noise.

Quantum
1. Quantum desktop drive with bad heads making clunking sound.

How To Erase USB Data Permanently

January 22nd, 2009 Comments off

USB Flash drives that have had the data files deleted are still at risk of having that information retrieved. Learn how to get that data erased permanently with this free utility.  http://www.freecomputerconsultant.com/

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYvuqBnXNCo

How to Upgrade Memory in a Laptop

January 22nd, 2009 Comments off

Watch short video showing step by step procedure to upgrade laptop memory. It’s easier than you think.
http://www.freecomputerconsultant.com/

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rRbisYPKRg

Hard Drive Cloning with Acronis True Image

January 22nd, 2009 Comments off

Shows hard drive cloning using Acronis True Image software. http://www.freecomputerconsultant.com/acronis-true-image.html

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj7iMAgji0I