If you are annoyed with all the problems that you may have with your computer (figure 1-1) like shutting it down improperly, there are programs that aren't working, or your computer is just running very slowly then this may be the solution. Computers can be a hassle sometimes but taking the time to learn how to do things to fix the problem yourself is a great way to start relieving the stress when your computer fails when you are in the middle of working on something important. Taking your computer to the repair shop has you paying extremely high prices for a professional to take a look at the computer and fix even the smallest problem, which I personally think are a rip off for some of the things they do to a computer. Even when I had sent my computer in for repair, I received it back in worse condition that I had sent it in.
I had sent it in with a busted hard drive and when I received it back, the computer wouldn't even turn on and this was worked on my professions. If you follow my directions, you will never have to worry about your computer breaking down and paying high fees again.
Before beginning, you will need to have a computer and a basic idea of how the components of the system work. A few 3.5-inch floppy disks (figure 1-2 (This is what the floppy disks look like. There are some people that are still thinking back to the 80s when there were disks that literally were floppy.) are going to be needed as well as a startup disk, and an operating system disk. The startup disk is the disk that was made especially for your computer, the brand, style, and model.