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.
Although you can perform many functions in the Windows GUI, there’s significant power and additional features hidden on the Windows command line. In this video, you’ll learn how to use the command line to manage disks, copy files, shutdown your computer, and much more.
Your old Windows XP computer has been suffering from an intermittent shutdown problem for a long time, but it’s now occurring at least once a day. You’ve also recently started using more graphically intensive applications, and the abrupt shutdown often occurs when these applications are active. Which of these would be the most likely cause of this issue?
Your computer is beginning to experience a new issue where it abruptly shuts down after less than an hour of heavy utilization. You also notice that something is loose and bouncing around inside of the PC’s desktop case when it’s moved. What is the most likely cause of this shutdown problem?