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krystie1st

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Hello I am currently taking pc repair. I am almost half way through but I am learning about multimeter and electctricity and that is boring me. Do u really need to know these things to work on pc's. I am also wondering what is the best book out there to help troubleshoot PC's man i sure need one I am great at messing up a Pc I don't ever see how I am gonna be able to fix one. I am Obsessed with it if something don't work I won't quit till I fix it or make it worse. Give me some advise please
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I am learning about multimeter and electricity and that is boring me. Do u really need to know these things to work on pc's

In reality, you won't use it very often, but it is important to know how a PC works in order to better understand how to repair it. :D

what is the best book out there to help troubleshoot PC's

I really can't recommend a book, maybe someone else can. You can learn a lot of practical advice visiting and reading forums like this one. :D

man i sure need one I am great at messing up a Pc I don't ever see how I am gonna be able to fix one

<_< It takes time--it'll come to you.
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If you want to be a good technician, you should know the basics of using a multimeter and also should know the amount of electricity running through different circuits. It's not that difficult.
Also, instead of spending time reading about pc repair from a book, you can use online manuals or type in your problem in a search engine and somebody out there who had the same problem will have a fix for it also.
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