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.
You are installing a new gigabit Ethernet connection, and when you plug in the network cable into your laptop the status light indicators are dark. Which of these would be the most likely status of the network connection?
You’ve been using a computer to surf the ‘net, but it has suddenly stopped all communication over the network. When you look at the network connection, you don’t see any status lights. What is the most likely cause of this issue?
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You’ve arrived for work in the morning and powered up your computer. Instead of the normal start screen, the screen is blank and no sound is heard from the computer. The monitor lights are on, but the computer lights aren’t lit. What is the most likely cause of this problem?