Laptop Setup Plan

Jan 2014

1. Josh A. will setup and maintain Spreadsheet:

  • Service Code
  • Model: E6400, E6410
  • Ram Amount: 2, 4, ...
  • OS: Linux, Win7,Dual
  • Screen Res: Norm, High
  • Features: Webcam
  • Battery: 10%, 20%, 30%
  • Condition: A, B C, D A-perfect, B-minimal wear, C heavy wear, D - damaged (State in notes)
  • Buyer
  • Prices ($230, $300) + $15 if dual boot.
  • Tax Exempt
  • Amount Received
  • Notes
2. Battery
  • For each battery, look at percentage, mark on battery in sharpie
  • When battery is assigned to a laptop, enter in Database
  • Give personal users better batteries as a matter of policy
3. CMOS Setup
  • Faculty Default.
  • Update if not A33 (E6400), A?? (E6410)
4. OS imaging
  • E6410s
    • All 250's Dual Boot
    • All 160's Edubuntu
  • E6400s
    • All sizes get Edubuntu
5. Post Imaging Testing/Setup
  • Boot up
  • Check / fix wifi
  • Check Mouse drift
  • Bad Keyboard
  • Label with (MMMM-R-HDD) MM: 6400, 6410; R: 2, 4; HDD: 080, 160, 250
6. Processing flow

A. Laptops

  1. Unbox - Logan
  2. CMOS check and Flash - Logan, Josh S.
  3. Enter in DB and label - Josh, Mike
  4. Remove battery for testing, Mike
  5. Attach battery and disk - Trent
  6. Rebox - trent
B. Battery Check - Luke

C. Imaging - Jason, Nick

Topic revision: r1 - 2014-01-15 - JimSkon
 
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