So yeah, if you haven't noticed by now, I love working on computers! Something new though, I picked up a 1983 IBM PCjr computer and am in the works of getting it fully functional again. It was that
generation of IBM where they used their own special peripheral connectors meaning no PS2 ports, VGA, nothing but a bunch of sort of pin connectors. This means that even the monitor I have for it has a plug that will apparently only fit this generation of computer. I also have some really neat books and a catalog that came with this computer I will upload sometime in the near future so I future and past apologize for all of the computer pic uploads.
I should also mention this laptop I am working on is only a 4 year old PC with a SINGLE CORE CPU! I mean really?!? Stats: ark.intel.com/products/41498/
Speaking of which, I do a lot of computer repairs for a lot of different people. When I get a computer that I work on for even basic maintenance, I like to take a picture of it for multiple reasons: When doing a build or repair, it helps me locate part locations if I forget after taking a computer completely apart so for good reference, it helps prove that I had a particular machine in hand at some point if ever that needs to be proven, and last I find every computer unique to itself from how it is built and I like reviewing all of the kinds of computers I have worked on. I've done work on laptops both old and new, desktops from full size to compact minis, OS works primarily with Windows and Ubuntu and custom desktop builds. Have a question? Feel free to note me and I'll see what I can do