Laptop QC For Builders Spanish

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Los Pasos

Notas e instrucciones

Primero, Ponga una flechita en el sticker "Keeper" Asegurese de poner una flechita en la primera cajita de QC cuando empieceel QC de una laptop, y ponga una flechita en la segunda cajita de QC a cuando termine el control de calidad. Haga un resumen visualmente de la laptop Asegurese de que no haya ni tornillos ni llaves malpuestos. Reemplazca lo que pueda y escriba una nota de dano de la laptop si lo hay.
Remueva Asset Tags & Microsoft Branding Se deberia quitar cualquier cosa que identifique el dueno anterior de la laptop incluso los stickers de Microsoft.
Esta la laptop limpia? Remueva cualquier goma que se quede de los stickers, limpie el polvo, pero no quite los stickers de FG-PDX, Freegeek, Uncovered Electronics, o Keeper. Se puede utilizar el alcohol para quitar la goma de los stickers, y una secadora de pelo para quitar los stickers de Microsoft.
Entrar en la BIOS Primero, conecte el adaptador de la laptop. Si usted ve un mensaje de error "checksum error, defaults loaded" significa que la bateria CMOS esta muerta. En este caso, dele al instructor la laptop para que la devuelve a Laptop Build.
Comprobar el orden de inicio en la BIOS Busque el orden de inicio en la BIOS. De las opciones disponibles, el orden preferido es: CD-ROM primero; Hard drive entre CD-ROM and Network; Network es el ultimo. Siga este orden preferido lo mejor que sea posible, dependiendo de la BIOS. Guarde los cambios y salga de la BIOS. Arrancar del disco duro. Entrar en la computadora utilizando (clave: freegeek).
Revisar las notas en la hoja de Printme Si lka persona que constuyera esta laptop notara algo, estarian en la hoja de Printme en el escritorio de la laptop. Estas notas pueden ayudarle y pueden ser bien importantes!
Probar la capacidad inalambrica conecte la laptop a la Red inalambrica. Abra Firefox y trate de navegar en un sito web (como Free Geek's wireless splash page should show up first. Vaya al fondo de la pagina y haga clic en "I Agree". Confirme que pueda usted accesar el Internet.
Probar la capacidad de la bateria See if the Keeper label lists the battery life. If not, open a terminal and type batterytest If you don't see a message that tells how long the battery lasted, hit Ctrl+c and type rm ~/bat_mon The battery test will still need to be done on this laptop. Make a note, and move on to the next step.
Connect the Ethernet cable Ethernet jacks are usually located on the sides or rear panel; very occasionally they will be installed on a PCMCIA Card. Please note that you won't be able to run the printme if you're not connected to the LAN (by way of the ethernet cable).
Update the software Go to System >> Administration >> Update Manager. Click the box that says Check; you will probably be prompted for a password (freegeek). After the list of updates has been generated, click on Install Updates. It may take some time to download and install packages, so feel free to continue on with other steps while this runs in the background. If you're experiencing problems running the updates, double check your ethernet cable is plugged in!
Run "basiccheck" In a terminal, run basiccheck. Read through each of the tests and verify that they pass. You can safely ignore the results of the Bad Chipset test. Be sure to reference the Basiccheck Packet, located next to the Build Checklists on the shelves, if you have any questions!
Test Optical Drive - Data, Sound and DVD For each drive:
  • Use a Music disc to test sound.
  • Test-read a Data CD (if any data shows up in the file browser that opens, test passes. Skip this test if you have a RW, you will test reading data in the next step).
  • Test the DVD-ROM, if present. If a DVD icon appears on the desktop, the test passes. Do not install codecs.
Test CD/DVD writing We generally use Brasero to test CD/DVD writing, although it will occasionally fail. If this happens, then we use another writing utility called K3b. If the drive is a DVD-RW, you only need to test writing to DVD.

For Brasero:

  1. Open up Brasero Disc Burning (under Applications >> Sound & Video)
  2. Click Data Project
  3. Click the green + symbol (near the top left of the window) and select examples.desktop.
  4. Click Burn on the lower right-hand corner.
  5. A new window will appear with a few options. If available, select User burnproof and Burn the image directly without saving it to disk and click Burn.
  6. When a disk is done, verify that it contains the files you wrote to it by inserting the disc and checking out what pops up.

For K3b:

  1. Check that K3b is installed. Look for it under Applications >> Sound & Video, and select it if it's there.
    • If K3b isn't listed, you can install it by searching for k3b in the Ubuntu Software Center, or by typing sudo apt-get install k3b into a terminal.
  2. Select New Data Project (near the bottom of the window, or through File >> New Project >> New Data Project).
  3. Double-click examples.desktop in the top-right window pane so that it appears in the bottom window pane.
  4. Click Burn, and then click Burn again on the window that pops up.
  5. When a disk is done, verify that it contains the files you wrote to it by inserting the disc and checking out what pops up.
Blank the CD
  • For Brasero
    1. Select Tools >> Blank.
    2. Make sure Fast Blanking is selected and click Blank.
  • For K3b
    1. Select Format (Near the top of the window, or through Tools >> Format/Erase rewritable disk...
    2. Make sure Quick Format is selected and click Start.
Test all USB ports Using a USB mouse, make sure that the cursor moves and can interact with things. Do this for all USB ports.
Check time and date Check the time and date in the top right corner. Adjust if incorrect.
Stress test the system for a few minutes. Open a terminal and run stress-test. Wait a few minutes while it runs, and look for error messages. If you want to know more about what it's doing, open up another terminal and run man stress.
Reboot using software controls Wait while it reboots, and ensure that the system powers on and offers a login screen without user intervention (e.g. without requiring that you "press F1 to boot").
Affix both stickers Put the Login Sticker (username:oem, password:freegeek) on the palm rest or somewhere the end user can easily see it. Affix the tiny, square "Free Geek" sticker wherever it looks nice (it's an excellent cover-up for Windows sticker residue)
Print out a hard copy of "printme" AND save it to the Desktop
  1. Enable network printers:
    • Go to System >> Administration >> Printing
    • Select Server >> Settings and check the box marked Show Printers Shared by Other Systems and click OK.
    • Wait for a few moments and click the refresh icon. A selection of printers should appear.
  2. From a terminal, type printme.
    • Always select Laptop for system type.
    • Make sure to look for FG-PDX or Uncovered Electronic Device stickers on the cover of the laptop.
    • Under Notes, record the following:
      • Whether an internal or external wireless device is installed
      • If a physical switch, or keyboard button (called a softkey) for the wireless exists and where it is located on the laptop
      • Any cosmetic damage and,
      • Any quirks or non-functioning features.
  3. Print a hard copy (Note that you don't have to tape the printme to the laptop.)
  4. Print "Laptop Specs.pdf" to Desktop
Delete the Build "printme" Since you've just created a new printme, go ahead and delete the Build printme from the desktop
Check in with Build Instructor Ask what to do with the completed Laptop and make sure the Instructor signs off on the hard copy of the printme.
Shut down system and clean up area Make sure to wrap up the power adapter cables, and keep them with the laptop. Close the lid with the printme inside; no tape necessary!
Write System ID under battery and check off the second QC box on the Keeper label Use a Sharpie marker to write the System ID (which is generated during printme) under the battery on the laptop. Don't forget to check off the second QC box to indicate that this laptop is ready to go!