How ToHow to Repair a DEAD Computer jr69 6 years ago 25 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article In this video Carey takes a dead HP computer and shows you the cheapest and easiest way to reliably repair it. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts 1.8T sparkplug removal and install jr69 August 4, 2014 How To Promote Amazon Products As An Affiliate! jr69 December 3, 2012 Home Shoulder Exercise (SIDE DELTS – No Equipment!) jr69 December 17, 2012 Assassin’s Creed 2 – Part 12 – How to Steal (Lets Play / Walkthrough / Playthrough) jr69 December 22, 2012 How to Set Up an Area for a New Puppy | Puppy Care jr69 April 10, 2015 Lose Weight Fast With Circuit Training Part 1 of 2 jr69 January 10, 2013 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 25 Comments CareyHolzman October 29, 2012 Thanks! Good luck with building your new PC. I’m sure you’ll be amazed by what you are capable of accomplishing on your own! Ms21061989 October 29, 2012 Hey Carey, i just want you to know that i am planning on building my own PC mainly for gaming and yes i have seen most of your videos including building a gaming PC and would like to say you have the most informative videos i have seen, and i have seen alot, because it will be my first time i have watched your gaming PC video alot and it really doesnt seem that difficult now. Thanks for all your Informative videos. BlackDynamite901 October 29, 2012 It’s 14 years old. Long over due for a fresh install. Fevertree37 October 29, 2012 great attention to detail. you answer all of my sarcastic questions as soon as i think of them! TechNerd1300 October 29, 2012 You might have a corrupt Windows install or a virus Cris Davila October 29, 2012 The best video about computer Repair CareyHolzman October 29, 2012 i already did. Check out my Quick Tips series of videos. Steve Patient October 29, 2012 Hi can you do a video on the stuff you do after fixing a computer like updating drivers, wiping the temporary files, fixing virus’ etc. everything you do to make a computer faster and make it run as it should. like how you run the special softwares to fix computers etc. thanks CareyHolzman October 29, 2012 How would I know? Sounds like you have work to do if you want to find out. colearmy12 October 29, 2012 My computer is about 14 years old and my parents just let me have it but it won’t load anything but word. Is it just dead? Surms41 October 29, 2012 Macs will be expensive to repair. You have to order specific parts to fit your mac. SylentCommando October 29, 2012 Great Video, I just thought I would mention how I get the windows stickers off of a OEM Computer case. I use a heat gun and heat up the buy going side to side, Then grab one corner of the of the sticker and peel it off, and stick it on the new case. The heat gun heats up the glue so its easy to stick it to another case. Keep up the great videos. sameat07 October 29, 2012 Newer macbooks (the thin ones) just self destruction in your hand when you open them. Other than that, yes. Jeremy Watkins October 29, 2012 Good for you. Repairing Macs means you have to deal with Mac owners. :) Carlos Roman October 29, 2012 Hey, Carey! I almost crack my neck looking up for the link!!! LOL…. This is the first time I watch one of your videos and It’s great people like you sharing your knowledge with the youtube community. I have studied Information Systems like ten years ago but when I saw the components of a computer, I just fell in love with what I saw and I started learning and fixing problems with the hardware and diagnosing and repairing. I do that to my family, friends and co-workers. Aries53ful October 29, 2012 I like what you showed how to fix a dead computer. And I am in that type of work fixing and repair. bigdino4183 October 29, 2012 Man, you rock! Had the same problem with my motherboard so ordered a different model and was worried windows 7 wouldn’t work, now waiting on the parts with less worries on my mind, thanks! :) EddwardTam October 29, 2012 Sweet Yetsu Ustey October 30, 2012 Are Macs not already dead prior to purchase? TheHavartProductions October 30, 2012 Your certification is on my birthday. siiil21 October 30, 2012 more like testing new parts and or old parts combined to check all that work its annoying to put all together in a pc case and than have to take em all out if something fails gensanrob October 30, 2012 Many thanks Carey for your easy to follow clear and precise video. From now on you will be my first point of call when there is anything I need to learn about computer repairs. gibbek October 30, 2012 “take this out to the desert and shoot it.” instant like up :P francis franco October 30, 2012 another thanks to you Carey for sharing your knowledge…another day to learn…wish the best. tbo100 October 30, 2012 What exactly is a tech bench used for? Testing parts for broken PCs?