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Old 05-13-2020, 03:39 AM   #1
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Default Motherboard repair guides , books?

Hello Friends,

Does someone has a book about laptop motherboard repairs?
Wanna learn how too trace faulty components and Voltage injection ...
I know on youtube there are a lot video s but most of the time its hindi ur that guy sorin i cant even understand him ....
So if someone has a link share with me please!!
Ur pm me..


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Old 05-17-2020, 03:24 AM   #2
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Default Re: Motherboard repair guides , books?

You really should try Sorins videos on youtube - Electronics Repair School.

Lot's of knowledge there, and in English. How can you not understand him? Turn on Close Caption (CC button on youtube viewer) and you get subtitles in the language that is being spoken. Then you can click Settings - Subtitles - Auto translate into whatever language you like (Dutch?). I do that when watching Russian repair videos and get English subtitles. It's not perfect but it is good enough to understand.

Also there are a lot of helpful guys on here should you get stuck on your own repairs

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