Gaming Console Problems
I love nothing more than spending my down time playing games on my favorite gaming console. The online live option is fantastic for playing multiplayer games in lobbies with people from all over the world. Some of my favorite games are first person shooters. My wife still jokes that I am the oldest teenager she knows as she watches me get excited as I load up the latest game. I think we can all agree that online gaming is a lot of fun!
Now game console owners are aware of the dreaded red rings of death. This is when the console fails and the green lights around the start button flash red. I think it’s fair to say that many of us have either experienced this ourselves or know at least one person that this has happened to. It’s also common knowledge that in their haste to release their console before a competitors one manufacturer made a couple of basic design errors which can cause their console to overheat, freeze up or just shutdown. Could you cope without your fun machine for weeks on end while it’s being repaired? I know I couldn’t. If this happened to สมัคร แทงบอลไทย my console I would immediately throw a pink fit and then shake it violently for an hour before heading to the store to buy a replacement.
I was talking to an online buddy about this recently and he informed me that he was able to repair his own console when it failed. I did my best to sound suitably impressed as he explained the process in detail but to be honest he lost me somewhere between undo the screws and something called a heat sink. You see as he was talking I could not stop thinking about the only screw driver I owned which I had wedged under the laundry closet 3 years ago in a vain attempt to convince my wife that being a man I was of course handy and that all laundry closets required this modification to allow the door to open and close properly. I have enough trouble trying work out where the batteries go in things without taking apart a gaming console and putting it back together with no bits left over, let alone expecting it to actually work when I turned it back on!
With a tech to show us exactly what to do I suppose it could be possible but you would need step by step instructions that were easy to understand. Maybe even video tutorials to walk you through each stage of the process so that you could not mess it up.