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How to Recover Your Dash – 1973-1987 GM Truck

How to Recover Your Dash – 1973-1987 GM Truck

This is the dash that came in my 1982 GMC 1 Ton. In just a minute I’ll show you what this dash looks like after I recovered it. i didn’t take video along the way so it will kind of… Continue Reading

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ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2nd and 3rd Gen) – M.2 Solid State Drive Replacement

ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2nd and 3rd Gen) – M.2 Solid State Drive Replacement

Disconnect the AC adapter from the computer. Power on the system and continuously tap F1 to enter the BIOS. If you receive a general help window, press enter to continue. Use the right arrow key to select the configuration (Config)… Continue Reading

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iPhone X Teardown! – Screen and Battery Replacement shown in 5 minutes

iPhone X Teardown! – Screen and Battery Replacement shown in 5 minutes

It’s time to tear down the iPhone X. This video will show the basic screen replacement, along with how I swap out the uniquely shaped battery inside of Apple’s newest flagship. Accidents happen, and things wear out and break. So… Continue Reading

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Replacing the Hard Drive in the HP Pavilion All-in-One PC | HP Pavilion | HP

Replacing the Hard Drive in the HP Pavilion All-in-One PC | HP Pavilion | HP

This video shows you how to remove and replace a hard disk drive. Your replacement hard disk drive may not look exactly like your original drive. That’s OK. If you received it from HP it will still work with your… Continue Reading

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How to Recover A Corrupted USB/SD CARD Data & Remove Virus | Without Software

How to Recover A Corrupted USB/SD CARD Data & Remove Virus | Without Software

attrib -h -r -s /s /d H:*.* (Replace H with your drive letter)

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How To: Intel iMac Hard Drive Replacement

How To: Intel iMac Hard Drive Replacement

Whether you’ve filled your hard drive, or it’s just plain dead, swapping out the hard drive in your iMac is not as difficult as you might imagine. And while the lack of obvious screws might make it seem impossible to… Continue Reading

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ThinkPad X220, X220i, X230, X230i – Hard Disk Drive or Solid State Drive Replacement

ThinkPad X220, X220i, X230, X230i – Hard Disk Drive or Solid State Drive Replacement

Flip the system over. Slide the battery latch marked with a one to the unlocked position. Slide the battery latch marked with a two to the unlocked position, and slide the battery out of the chassis. Loosen the captive screw… Continue Reading

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ThinkPad X240, X250 – Hard Disk Drive and Solid State Drive Replacement

ThinkPad X240, X250 – Hard Disk Drive and Solid State Drive Replacement

Disconnect the AC adapter from the computer. Power on the system and continuously tap F1 to enter the BIOS. If you receive a general help window press enter to continue. Use the right arrow key to select the configuration menu.… Continue Reading

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ThinkPad X1 Carbon (1st Gen) – Solid State Drive Replacement

ThinkPad X1 Carbon (1st Gen) – Solid State Drive Replacement

Disconnect the ac power adapter from the computer. Start the computer and engage the BIOS. Use the right arrow key to select the Configuration menu then select Power and press Enter then select “Disable Built-in Battery” and press enter. Confirm… Continue Reading

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ThinkPad T440, T440s, T450, T450s – Hard Disk Drive and Solid State Drive Replacement

ThinkPad T440, T440s, T450, T450s – Hard Disk Drive and Solid State Drive Replacement

Disconnect the AC Adapter from the computer. Power on the system and continuously tap F1 to enter the BIOS. If you receive a general help window, press enter to continue. Use the right arrow key to select the configuration menu.… Continue Reading