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    Loads to do, working from home ruled out - Own PC trashed.

    Would you believe it. On a 5 day course away from my school and my (rather expensive) PC falls over and won't turn on (suspect motherboard or PSU) and no access to spares! Usually it's a quick trip with it to work one day and use spares for diagnostic testing.

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    Pain in the absolute butt. IT manager with no PC and unable to fix it or get to a shop to get spares

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