Our operating systems can have problems, and when issues arise the resolution isn’t always obvious. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot slow system performance, DLL management, compatibility errors, boot issues, and spontaneous shutdowns.
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.
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.
One of your clients has been randomly getting a Windows BSOD stop error on their computer. You would like to get more details about this issue, but you never seem to be around when the problem occurs. Which of these would be the best place to get more information about these errors? A) Control Panel …
What can go wrong with an operating system? A lot. In this video, you’ll learn what to do when you run into problems like the dreaded “blue screen of death,” system lock-ups, installation errors, and printing problems.
Your computer has recently been randomly suffering from the dreaded “blue screen of death” Windows STOP error page. What should you do to troubleshoot the problem?
A user is complaining of a problem with their computer that shows a blue error screen where the display turns blue and diagnostic information is shown. What is the first step for troubleshooting this problem?
Windows is a great operating system, but it isn’t foolproof. If you’ve ever needed to troubleshoot the infamous blue screen of death, random operating system lockups, device problems, or application errors, this video should help you through some of these more common operational issues.