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#1 Oistarn

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Posted 31 May 2009 - 02:17 PM

Hi :D

I am potentially looking into going into a career in pc repair/maintinance. Good/bad idea??

What sort of uni courses should i be looking at?

I know a bit about computers, but not alot.

I am looking to build my own pc, so hopefully this will give me some more experience?

I am fixing up a friends pc for him? Going slow? What is my first thing to do? I suspect it is stuffed with malware.

Thanks.

Any other info welcome!

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#2 Stofzuiger

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Posted 31 May 2009 - 03:15 PM

I am fixing up a friends pc for him? Going slow? What is my first thing to do? I suspect it is stuffed with malware.

If you think the machine is infected, start an new topic @ the "Am I infected, what do I do?" section of this forum :thumbsup:.

I am looking to build my own pc, so hopefully this will give me some more experience?


For sure, and its cheaper! Also for those who dont want to become an PC builder later its great to learn from.

What sort of uni courses should i be looking at?

Uhm, i dont think theres one course based one building PC's, though every country is different :flowers:, if not, it is probably part of an ICT study...

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