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babyfaceassassin

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Hi to all the geeks here. Can you please tell me how can i become good in troubleshooting computers. i know that experience would help me a lot but its hard to find one if you are not really that knowledgeable. where should i start??? im always here since i discover this site to learn. slowly i think im improving but i want to become an expert as possible. pls give me a good advice. pls going to school is not an option becoz im too old for that :D . if i dont become a computer technician atleast i want to become expert in troubleshooting computers. thanks to all
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http://www.geekstogo...ost__p__1836992

Another really good experience is to build your own computer through researching every single piece and putting it all together.
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Just keep reading various people problems, think about them and help your friends and neighbors as much as you can so you will get some experience lol
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I am a full-time computer technician... and believe me. A lot of what I have learned is through reading the forums, specifically here on Geeks to Go. Reading through the forums, you get a lot of the same information - meaning over time it slowly sinks in to your mind, and you begin to understand it. Then get yourself some hands-on experience. It doesn't matter, just grab some really old heaps-o-junk and play around with the hardware until you are familiar with doing all matter of hands-on activities. In the end it will slowly all fall into place.

It doesn't matter how old you are, what matters is that you put "mind over matter". You can do it! Trust me, if I can, you can!
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thanks to all of you. i figure it out that being here in geeks to go and read the forum would really be helpful. thanks for the advice and encouragement.
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I have the same dream. I always wanted to be a computer geek ever since i was a kid. But my family was poor so they could not afford to buy me a computer or laptop. I didn't get a chance to play around with the PC. But i never give up on my dream, because i know i can still become an expert in computer. I'm 24 now. I don't know if it's too late?
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