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Disassembled my laptop without good documentation - what to do?

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mochamajesty

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HELP!

I am taking a hardware configuration class. The professor gave us old laptops to take home and disassemble.  In my hurry to disassemble the laptop, I did not take notes as I went.  Now, he wants to see our documentation.

 

The laptop is a Dell Latitude PP01L

 

What to do? 

 

How do you document your disassembly?


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You should do your homework by yourself.. personally i did not help  with homeworks in the forum


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I actually figured it out. But, it's nice to know that professionals are willing to help each other out. I hope the field is not like this.
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You were asked to do the assignment, you admitted that you made a mistake and just quickly took it apart and then you wanted someone else to give you the answer. As a student, you are supposed to do your own work unless it is stated that you can get help from others. The reason is so that you are trained, so don't complain when others won't do your work for you.

 

Also, if you are getting paid for something, don't expect others to provide free help.


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