The process of troubleshooting the network may require additional tools to solve the problem. In this video, you’ll learn about using crimpers, cable testers, loopback plugs, punch-down tools, toner probes, and wireless locators.
The network can be a challenge to troubleshoot, but there are some basic steps that can help with the process. In this video, you learn about basic network troubleshooting, automatic IP addressing, IP conflicts, slow transfer speeds, and wireless network issues.
Most of us have one (or more) video displays connected to our PC. In this video, you’ll learn to troubleshoot blank screens, image quality problems, and other video issues.
If you’re trying to recover a hard drive or some lost data, then you’ll need the right tools. In this video, you’ll learn about recovery software, the chkdsk command, diskpart options, and more.
Is your hard drive going bad? In this video, you’ll learn some troubleshooting steps that you can use to help diagnose hard drive problems.
If you need to troubleshoot your computer, then you’ll need the right tools for the job. In this video, you’ll learn about multimeters, power supply testers, loopback plugs, and POST test cards.
When hardware fails, a number of messages and errors can occur during boot and in the operating system. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot lockups, boot problems, overheating, random reboots, and many other problems.
Our mobile devices not only need to be portable, but they also need to be synchronized with our inbox, calendars, and other computing devices. In this video, you’ll learn about these data types and the synchronization options and connectivity needed for Android and iOS devices.
Tablet computing is quickly becoming the norm for mobile computing, but there are some significant differences between old-school laptops and newer tablet devices. In this video, you’ll learn about field serviceable parts, upgrade options, storage alternatives, and interface differences between laptops and tablets.