Switched networks provide direct communication between devices, but this can be a problem when you need to troubleshoot network traffic flows. In this video, you’ll learn about port mirroring and how to use port mirrors to copy traffic to your network troubleshooting devices.
If you run into a problem, you’ll need a method to help you resolve the issue. In this video, you’ll learn how to follow the steps of the network troubleshooting process to quickly solve your network problems.
Troubleshooting power supplies requires some specialized tools and some common troubleshooting techniques. In this video, you’ll learn about circuit testers, the value of a good multimeter, and how to use these tools to troubleshoot power outlets and power supplies.
If you’ve started your computer and found “No Boot Device Available,” then you’ll need to gather all of your troubleshooting skills. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot boot problems, run hard drive diagnostics, and troubleshoot problems with external storage devices.
You’ve just upgraded a computer from 1GB of RAM to 2GB. Now when you power the system on, the computer beeps but no messages are displayed on the screen. What’s the most probable cause of this issue?
You’ve been having intermittent problems with an application crashing, and technical support has asked you to use a diagnostic utility to help understand more about what’s happening on your system when the crash occurs. What diagnostic utility would be the best choice?
During the startup process of Windows XP startup, you are able to login and view the desktop. Immediately after the desktop appears, an error message in a pop-up box appears on the screen. The error message does not seem to reference a specific application and the message simply says “Error found. Application closing.” What built-in Windows utility would easily help troubleshoot this Windows startup problem?