10-14-2011, 07:00 AM
| | Re: Fix a broken power supply: How to?
On 10/13/2011 8:06 PM, trolldowg1 wrote:
> Alright. There are many ways you can fix all the broken computer
> components in a system at once. I will teach you the best way.
> Instructional Steps:
> 1. Look at the back of your computer and find the thumb screws that keep
> the side panel attached to your case. Unscrew both of them and slide the
> panel off the case so that you can open your computer.
> 2. Unplug your computer from the wall or you may get electrocuted.
> 3. Find the 4 screws on the back of the outside of your case, and take
> each screw out. Make sure you catch the power supply so it doesn't fall
> when you finish unscrewing the screws.
> 4. Take the supply out of the case and place it on the floor in front of
> 5. Examine the power supply for any broken insulation on the wires.
> 6. Stand up, unzip your pants, and urinate all over the power supply. Be
> sure to get your piss inside the fans and everything. This is very
> important for the next step.
> 7. Zip your pants back up, and put the power supply back inside the case,
> and plug everything in correctly.
> 8. Blow up a rubber balloon, and rub it on your hair to build up
> electricity. Then, place this balloon inside the computer case.
> 9. Reattach the case's side-panel, and screw the thumb-screws back in.
> 10. Plug in the power and hit the power button. Congratulations. You've
> just created enough man-made lightning to make Nikola Tesla proud.