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The Keeper label is used to:
 
The Keeper label is used to:
 
*Keep track of basic hardware information.
 
*Keep track of basic hardware information.
*Track the laptop through memtest, battery testing, and the build process.
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*Track the laptop through RAM testing (called memtest), battery testing, and the build process.
*Transfer notes about the laptop from builder to builder, and the instructors. <br>
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*Transfer notes about the laptop from builder to builder, and to the instructors.<br><br>
&#9744; Add any missing information to these fields:<br>
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Add any missing information to these fields:<br>
*Laptop make and model
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&#9744; Laptop make and model<br>
*CPU type and speed  
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&#9744; CPU type and speed<br>
*RAM size and type
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&#9744; RAM size and type<br>
'''If you need help'''<br>
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<blockquote>'''If you need help'''<br>
Follow the Evaluation guide for instructions on using the Hardware Detection Kit from the Free Geek network, or BIOS.  
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Follow the Evaluation guide for instructions on using the Hardware Detection Kit from the Free Geek network, or BIOS.</blockquote>
  
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[[Category:Laptops]]
 
[[Category:Laptops]]

Latest revision as of 11:11, 13 September 2013

The Keeper label is used to:

  • Keep track of basic hardware information.
  • Track the laptop through RAM testing (called memtest), battery testing, and the build process.
  • Transfer notes about the laptop from builder to builder, and to the instructors.

Add any missing information to these fields:
☐ Laptop make and model
☐ CPU type and speed
☐ RAM size and type

If you need help
Follow the Evaluation guide for instructions on using the Hardware Detection Kit from the Free Geek network, or BIOS.