Hi! I provide computer support locally in Tenterfield and remotely throughout Australia. I encourage solutions that can be sustained in the long-term.
Here's the full counterfeit board in its glory. A single Toshiba NAND chip and a SATA controller on a green PCB. Definitely not a large blue PCB with multiple Kingston NAND chips.
A QR code for the serial number, not a Data Matrix code? The sticker is also a little off-center. Could this be counterfeit? Let's look inside- Uh oh...
I haven't heard of manufacturers using Philips screw heads. Anything off about the back?
Here's a fun problem I ran in to the other day: Client's SSD is throwing IO errors. Can you guess why?
I now take card payments through Square!
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