I will be heading to college in the fall and am looking for a laptop. I want a fairly cheap one; probably around $1,000 but the cheaper the better. I want to use it with i-tunes, to save photos, and to save school work. I also want quick internet connection capabilities. What's the right computer for me?
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In My Opinion, for school or business go with the Lenovo IBM Thinkpad...
I Myself Prefer Sony Viao..
but Ive repaired and worked with hundreds of laptops and Definately IBM for Portability/Security/ and etc....
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It's probably caused by a coin, nail or screw between the dryer drum and the dryer housing. However strange it may sound, just put your head inside the dryer drum and look around the front juncture between the drum and dryer housing. You may find the offending object fairly easily.
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if you need to find a new screen, i'd suggest looking around on Ebay for something fairly cheap, however if you type "replacement screen" into your search you're most likely not going to find anything cheap, you will have better luck looking up "Megallen 4730 parts" or something along those lines, i had to replace a computer screen recently and i found a very reasonably priced on on Ebay.
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You need to have your drum rollers replaced, they are making the noise because they are falling apart.
Also it could be or include the drum belt breaking down and falling apart...which means its about to break.
Normally pretty cheap parts can be found on the net...look around.
Its a pretty easy fix.
What are you going to mainly use it for? If its only college and to run basic apps, macbook will do you fine. If you're looking to play games, then macbook pro (as it has the latest nvidia geforce 8600gt graphics card)
This is actually fairly common, if the laptop still works with the broken USB socket you can take the cheap approach which is just don't use that port. If you need more ports a USB hub is pretty inexpensive.
Sounds like you need a new Switch. Oxidation has probably built up in the switch. It can be fixed. Probably shop around for a certified tech who can replace it. The switch is cheap, Labor is starting around $65 - $90.
You said you can faintly see the desktop. This is the invertor board inside the LCD assembly that causes this. Again if it needs to be replaced, the invertor is fairly inexpensive,
labor isn't. The technician that ckecks out the laptop can determine what it needs. Yea, your right, it is a good laptop and it is worth fixing.
Just a heads up, if the tech says you need a new motherboard, he's lying, find another tech.