So. Uh. My name’s Rosa.
I love to perform/read teardowns, and taught myself my own approach to fixing things: hardware check, software check, then repeat as many times as neccesary.
I seem to live on all points of the technology world, using both Windows and macOS, as well as iOS and Android. Rarely will I ever touch a Chromebook or Linux machine, for I haven’t gotten to that level of tech-headed-ness yet.
Currently I use a Lenovo X380 Yoga, which straddles the fine line between trash and treasure. Sure, its fast and modern, but it’s very finnicky, and runs out of battery faster than the words “Battery Saver”.
I like to play racing games, and so far, I seem to have achieved nothing but sheer stupidity. For example:
I write stories too, and I’m working on one right now. Feel free to email me if you want to see a snippet. Do be warned, I’ve never written in the perspective its from before, so it might be below your expectations.
Feel free to ask me anything, although I can’t guarantee it’ll be answered, since I’m still learning myself! But before you ask, try restarting! Seriously, it could potentially solve your problem on your own! Feel free to email me at email@example.com, and don’t hesitate to ask about any any tech problems, no matter how stupid they are!
here have a cool 180SX wallpaper in lieu of upcoming details
Profile Updated: 07/10/20 Current Revision: 3.0
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Rispondi a "Which model is the correct when choosing the battery, A1369 or A1405"Go for the A1405. That code is unique to the battery, and so getting another battery that has the same code ensures capability.
Rispondi a "Screen or Logic Board fault?"Clean the connector. If that doesn’t work, try a different display. If that doesn’t work, then try the original display with a different phone. If that doesn’t work, try factory reset (if you’re willing to) If all fail, then it’s board-level. Good luck!
Rispondi a "Can I use a 6th gen iPod Touch Screen on a 7th gen iPod Touch?"I got mixed answers from this old Is iPod touch 7 gen replacement screen same as 6th generation. Seems to suggest that using a 6th Generation display will work with the 7th generation iPod. Personally, I don’t know, so best of luck to you!
Rispondi a "does a ram upgrade need to go into specific slots?"I’d suggest Slot 1 and 3, as that’s how you’d install RAM if it was in dual channel. Might not affect you, since you’re keeping the other 8GB sticks. Good luck!
Rispondi a "Difficult question but do you have information about the YP-U5 Sam mp3"Heads up- here are some links- https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/model...-U5JAB/XEU/ https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/model...-U5JAB/XEU/#downloads Good luck!
Rispondi a "Is this ipad mini 3 charging okay?"Well, it depends. Is it a 1.0A charger? Does the charger get ridiculously warm when charging? Could also be a damaged PMIC or bad wiring traces.
Rispondi a "Is the headphones amplifier on the main board or on a daughter board?"I believe the DAC and amplifier are BGA-mount parts on the main board. Unfortunately, you’d probably would have to replace the entire board, unless you’re good with BGA soldering. Good luck!
Rispondi a "Does Toyota Vista 1996 have a aircon filter. If yes, where is it locat"Do you have the manual? Refer to that. Otherwise, it should be behind the glovebox assembly.
Rispondi a "Vacuum Motor upgrade help"The motor wouldn’t work, because the 20W motor would try and draw 20W from a 10W connection and circuitry, which would shut down the PowerBot or fry the circuits. I’d heavily recommend looking for the proper part. Not sure where’d you’d find the part, but good luck! Samsung POWERbot R7070 Vacuum Motor Replacement
Rispondi a "Computer heats up fast and slows down; is there a fix?"That sounds like a dying spindle drive! As hard disk drives age, they tend to lose data and performance, as the components that drive them start to fade away. A buddy of mine had a 30 year old 7200RPM SATA drive that could barely do 5400RPM… You might want to swap to a SSD at this point. It’ll be eons faster! If it’s not an SSD, then… comment. Good luck! Update (10/06/2020): Ok, I’m dumb. I assumed the issue was not being able to boot properly, but after re-reading your issue, I now understand you’re worried about thermals. Try cleaning out the fans and heatsinks (and possibly the rest of the laptop), replacing the thermal paste. That should help. If not… comment. Good luck!
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