LAPTOP CRISIS...or something else?
My HP laptop had been giving me warning signs. Two times it stopped charging, only to charge up when taken to the repair man.
On November 13, the laptop stopped working. I couldn't translate. I couldn't write. I was forced to rely on laptop #2...a laptop I try to use only for musical applications. I limped through several projects using the second laptop. I traveled to the city of Cayes on public transportation seeking a solution to the laptop issue. A 'repair man' there said the laptop was no good...better buy a new one. We were able to save many of my documents.
I brought the laptop home. The repairman here quickly fixed the laptop by replacing a wire. It charges. It works.
While relying on laptop #2, it began giving me trouble as well. The mouse pad stopped working, forcing me to use a wireless mouse. If I didn't have that mouse, I would have been helpless with 2 laptops.
The repairman in the USA showed me a button that had shutoff the mouse pad. A button. He pressed it, and voila!
SO, it wasn't really a laptop crisis. It was an operator crisis.
Thank God for those among us who are technologically talented!!!
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