How to fix laptop computer motherboards

How to fix laptop computer motherboards

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  1. Abdelhak goldenboy
    Abdelhak goldenboy 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    please teacher how to repair motherboard hp compaq dc 6200 sff prablem power

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  2. 007finness
    007finness 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    What's the temperature of your hot gun?

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  3. Kayondo Martin
    Kayondo Martin 26 February, 2016, 03:10
  4. Gregory May
    Gregory May 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Yeah… Replacing capacitors on motherboard is not that easy…..

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  5. James Davis
    James Davis 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Sure ! Downloaded and share …

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  6. produKtNZ
    produKtNZ 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    May I please have your permission to download this video from youtube and play it in my shop front?
    I am looking for presentation videos for my little computer shop and talking points to engage with customers with :)

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  7. RAHA va AZAD
    RAHA va AZAD 26 February, 2016, 03:10
  8. Steve 71
    Steve 71 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    motherboard broke the joint at the dc jack ,can it be repaired by a non professional . can it be repaired by soldering a wire to it ?

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  9. SuperUltraPepperoni
    SuperUltraPepperoni 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    That's flux right? I searched on Google and there isn't any flux that is like a rock, what kind of flux is that? Soldering? Liquid? Pen? Please reply ASAP thanks…

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  10. No Numbers At The End
    No Numbers At The End 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Contemplating whether or not to fix my motherboard by myself or pay dell $740 to fix it for me (2 year warranty included) seems like it's bloody easy
    

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  11. muzzammil mia
    muzzammil mia 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Would you use a multimeter to check the ic ?
    

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  12. peacenour
    peacenour 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Hello, what kind of stones is that? and, how do you call the machine used to melt? thanks

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  13. Aigars Millers
    Aigars Millers 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Good job, tenks.

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  14. kent sujede
    kent sujede 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    But I can still use soldering iron?,,, my mother board got a 2 burned chips, a little black chips, Can I still fix it?

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  15. Teyla
    Teyla 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Can someone help me? I spilled water on my laptop and like 5 minutes later the left side of my screen starts to fade white. Not half of my screen but like a quarter of it. My laptop still works, it's still fast, functions properly and everything. But it's just really annoying. Sometimes it'll fade black, then back to white. And it glitches, and fades out so much to the point where I can't see anything on that side of the screen. What did I do? Did I damage a chip? I have a Windows 8. I just don't wanna spend hundreds and hundreds to fix it. :(

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  16. Brian Griffin
    Brian Griffin 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    what kind of stone is that?

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  17. Manish Srivastava
    Manish Srivastava 26 February, 2016, 03:10
  18. Oscar
    Oscar 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Why a heat gun and not a soldering iron?

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  19. Dazel Charm Dayondon
    Dazel Charm Dayondon 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    thanks sir, nice tuts.. and hope you also show how to test those broken IC with a voltmeter..

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  20. StumbriniuRecords
    StumbriniuRecords 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    one of the best tutorials I've seen around – good job man!

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  21. Temo Sopromadze
    Temo Sopromadze 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    hi. my laptop does not power up….. what can i do? please 

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  22. Exogen Design
    Exogen Design 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    sir where could i get some of that little tiny capacitor(the orange one ) because I am practicing repairing laptop, and i think i just fried a motherboard after doing a reflow, because at first there is power, but after doing a Reflow there's no power at all after i turned on, could it be that  i fried the motherboard or i just busted some capacitor component? and i want to know where to buy it.

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  23. James Davis
    James Davis 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Capacitors should be removed from the board and tested. However no engineer is going to remove and test all 200 capacitors from a motherboard. You will often see a capacitor is blown. This video is just a quick guide to help technicians resolving problems quickly its no master degree course on electronics. 

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  24. Ken C
    Ken C 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Hi, my Dell Vostro 3750  labtop was working perfectly until I opened it up and changed the labtop fan. My labtop booted on  fine after installed the new fan but  I noticed my keyboard wasn't working. I was stupid and didn't pull out the labtop battery before removing removing the keyboard ribbon and reversing it. After I reversed it, I tried to turn on the labtop but my screen in dead. Normally my power button would light up and it would start to boot but this time all that is powered on is the computer ventilation fan constantly runs at maximum speed. The CPU  fan doesn't run. I have tested my harddrive and it's fine. Please tell me how I can trouble shoot this problem and see if I have fried my motherboard. I tried to drain the battery method but it doesn't work. I also tried to hook it up to a HDMI TV and I get nothing. I am sure my computer is not even booting. Thanks!

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  25. AKSoapy29
    AKSoapy29 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Hi. I need to replace 1 fuse on my laptop's motherboard, and I would like to know how to do it. I don't have very expensive tools, and I probably won't be able to get any to fix it. I have a small butane soldering iron, a Sparkfun Heaterizer 3000 heatgun, and I might be able to use our nice Hacko soldering iron at robotics. What can I do?

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  26. Amr M. Kamel
    Amr M. Kamel 26 February, 2016, 03:10

    Can you please tell me the name of the thing you use instead of flux? Thank you great video :-)

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