Hi Guys, I'm new around this forum (Thanks Terry), so hi to all from over here in Aus.
Back around the late 80's, ETI mag was doing various articles on computer test gear and whatnot for Microprocessor stuff. At one stage, I think around 1989 or so, a book was brought out that was called something like "Repairing Microcomputer systems" and from memory I believe it was written by a Kiwi, Graeme Teesdale - of course it was a long time ago, so I may be wrong with these details. The book had numerous clever test circuits and helpful ideas for working with micros of the day. I've long since misplaced my copy, so went searching the libraries, the net, ebay, etc. all to no avail. I've contacted a couple of Kiwis by that name, but as yet haven't managed to get hold of the right one. In case it sparks some memories, I think the cover had the author with a frustrated look on his face ready to smash the insides of a PC.
I'm hoping that perhaps some of the crowd here might be able to help me out with some info about it, an exact title, confirm the author, an ISBN or even better, maybe even somebody has a copy of it. I'd appreciate any info at all about it.