The process of troubleshooting memory is a combination of physical troubleshooting and software diagnostics. In this video, you’ll learn what to look for when troubleshooting the memory installation on the motherboard and how to use memory diagnostics software to diagnose memory issues.
A computer motherboard is a complex component that contains many opportunities for problems to appear. In this video, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot common motherboard issues, how to diagnose your motherboard with a POST test card, and how to correct issues with BIOS upgrades.
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’d like to run some diagnostics on an Ethernet connection, but you need some additional hardware that will help the diagnostics software determine if the Ethernet traffic is sent and received properly. What’s the best tool to use for this job?
What kind of software tool boots to a standalone operating system and is usually focused around providing specific functionality such as diagnostics or troubleshooting?
As part of a system upgrade, you’ve removed the SATA hard drive of a desktop computer and replaced it with a new SATA drive purchased from a local retailer. When you start the computer, you receive the message “Operating System Not Found.” What is the most likely problem?
What software tool allows you to launch an operating system from media other than the hard drive in order to run detailed diagnostics, use hard drive partitioning tools, perform hardware tests, and other advanced functions?
There are numerous utilities that can assist with the diagnosing of problems in the Windows operating system. In this video, we’ll work with the Task Manager, Device Manager, Event Viewer, MSCONFIG utility, Remote Desktop, System File Checker, Registry Editor, and demonstrate the features of the Computer Management console.