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What do you do when your PC packs up? Is it a hardware or software fault? How do you decide what to do first and how do you go about trying to cure the problem? This book aims to help the reader to logically tackle the problems that might be encountered whilst using a PC.
Troubleshooting problems with Windows 7 may seem a daunting task for non-expert computer users but, in fact, most faults can be fixed quite quickly and easily if you only knew how! There is actually a useful range of maintenance and repair tools built into Windows 7. and by using these many problems can be tracked down and cured quite quickly. Also, routine maintenance can prevent many problems from occurring in the first place. However, should a problem occur, by following the procedures described in this book you should have your PC operating properly and running smoothly again with the minimum of trouble. The book is also a useful aid for those upgrading from Windows XP or Vista to Windows 7.
Takes the reader through the process of assembling a PC from freely available and relatively inexpensive component parts, using just simple tools. Covers:- configuring the mother board, fitting processor and memory modules, mechanical assembly and wiring, the BIOS, disc partitioning and formatting, installing the operating system, trouble shooting, etc. etc. In fact, all you need to know to build and set up your own PC.
This handbook provides a framework for understanding how to characterize plastic manufacturing processes for use in troubleshooting problems. The technical level is for process engineers and production personnel. The 22 chapters are authored by well-known and experienced engineers who have specialized knowledge about the processes covered in this practical guide.
The book is divided into three parts: Part 1 introduces the philosophy of troubleshooting, the economics and management of troubleshooting, and outlines how to use statistics for process characterization and troubleshooting. Part 2 deals with plastics processes that use extrusion. Part 3 deals with plastics processes that do not use extruders and has a special chapter on static.
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