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Old Today, 05:51 AM   #23901
reach7458
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Hi everyone
Greetings from Belgium; Hoping to learn something from all of you
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Old Today, 07:56 AM   #23902
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Hello!
I want to repair my daughter's ASUS laptop. Have boardview, need schematics, or at least the component specs that I need to replace. Will post in ther relevant section
Serge from NY/USA
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Old Today, 08:37 AM   #23903
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Hi all,

I'm Warren and one of my all time favourite hobbies is bring things that other people have deemed 'dead' back to life (of the electronic form mainly!). In my line of work I come across all kinds of weird and wonderful things but the most common has to be laptops and tablets. I can repair most things within reason however I am struggling with BIOS passwords and that's how I found this forum. I want to learn more about different manufacturers methods and the ways to remove the passwords entirely, thus enabling re-use instead of disposal of them. I don't do it for earning money, purely for the enjoyment and feeling of satisfaction that I managed to do it. I started off with 'all the gear and no idea' but I think I'm slowly getting there.

I love Johnny 5 (Short Circuit) and I purchased a 3D printer so I could finally have my own miniature one. I now have one from old car parts, one from a kit form which was sold online about 10 years ago and my 3D printed creation which looks amazing.

Oh and on a completely different note I'm currently halfway through refurbishing our pine coffee table at home, it's looking great!

I hope that's a good enough introduction!
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Old Today, 06:30 PM   #23904
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Intro post. Just getting into this hobby, total noob, but having fun and looking for a helpful place, hope this is it!
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