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Windows 7: How Your Busted Electronics May One Day Heal Themselves

21 Dec 2011   #1
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 
How Your Busted Electronics May One Day Heal Themselves

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When electronic components bite the dust, there's very little you can do. Unlike a leaky pipe or broken piece of plastic, it's not like you can tear off a piece of duct tape and fix a cracked or failed microchip. Best case scenario is you replace it, but if it's an integrated part or a discontinued chip, you might have to replace the whole device. Bummer. But what if a chip could heal itself?
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21 Dec 2011   #2
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

It would be fantastic (eventually essential?).
Could you imagine the Boardroom debates with the sales people?
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21 Dec 2011   #3
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

cool for some strange reason reminded me of a ATHF qoute.

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Just try to imagine a world where emails are sent by your brain before they are written, and are read before they arrive by people you've never even met, in countries you've never even heard of.
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22 Dec 2011   #4
Ivan the SoSo

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Brink View Post
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When electronic components bite the dust, there's very little you can do. Unlike a leaky pipe or broken piece of plastic, it's not like you can tear off a piece of duct tape and fix a cracked or failed microchip. Best case scenario is you replace it, but if it's an integrated part or a discontinued chip, you might have to replace the whole device. Bummer. But what if a chip could heal itself?
Read more at:
Maximum PC | How Your Busted Electronics May One Day Heal Themselves
Never happen....No profit in it....unless we can make it happen only until the warranty runs out
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22 Dec 2011   #5
seekermeister

W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ivan the SoSo View Post
Never happen....No profit in it....unless we can make it happen only until the warranty runs out
I regret that I must agree. The only way that I can think of that a manufacturer might use this technology is if they used it to totally eliminate their warranties. Possibly, the saving in R&R would increase their profits even with the self-healing system. For new sales, they would have to rely on the customers wanting to upgrade their systems.
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