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Repairing IBM PCs and Compatibles: An Illustrated Guide

Repairing IBM PCs and Compatibles: An Illustrated Guide

by Michael F. Hordeski

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Several clicks up the complexity scale is this intermediate-level computer repair book. It not only teaches how to use a soldering iron but how to use oscilloscopes, frequency counters, logic probes, and other equipment on the test bench. Besides covering the system unit and the drives, it troubleshoots video systems, laser and dot-matrix printers, and local area network problems. Other computer paraphernalia, including trackballs, light pens, joysticks, modems, and ``mouses,'' are described briefly along with what can go wrong. Although there is no glossary, the book is heavily illustrated with drawings, charts, and photographs.

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