First Ring Daily 957: Schrodinger’s Fluent

Posted on December 15, 2020 by Brad Sams in First Ring Daily, Podcasts with 4 Comments

On this episode of First Ring Daily, Brad has a big crash, Paul stands up, and breakout rooms are here.

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5 responses to “First Ring Daily 957: Schrodinger’s Fluent”

  1. Stoicjim

    It's fried, Paul. Time to let go.

  2. IanYates82

    Sent you a note on Twitter Paul... Try to clear the cmos of the nuc. I have had similar experience and the cmos trick has helped on a couple of machines in the past

  3. thejoefin

    My x360 recently stopped charging so I opened it and actually found the burnt up part. I then consulted my electrical engineer coworker who said it could be an easy fix, but might not solve the root cause. The biggest hurdle would be finding the circuit board schematics to find out exactly which component you need to get. Some rare repair shops will do this, but it would cost a couple hundred bucks when all is said and done.


    This is actually a big topic right now the whole "right to repair" where companies take down technical repair documentation. It would be very interesting to see if you could get this device repaired, how hard it would be, and what the total costs ends up being.

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