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I had a tech service done to my computer and I am experiencing many problems.

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  • V C MICHAEL
    V C MICHAEL May 11, 2010

    please explain the problems and configuration of your system

  • Cosma Papouis
    Cosma Papouis May 11, 2010

    Actually You had better take it back to the person that "serviced" it and have them fix it! Or at least get your money back!

  • kalpesh jain
    kalpesh jain May 11, 2010

    which type of problem will came

  • Curtis Richner May 11, 2010

    Please descibe original problem, parts replaced, and additional problems as well as OS.

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You question is kind of broad & generic. What types of problems are you having. Be specific of describe the problems

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