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Troubleshooting computer problems

Hello, friends. Working at the computer does not always go smoothly. Sometimes there are software or hardware glitches. The monitor may suddenly go out, sound disappear, or the program freezes. You should remain calm in these situations and remember that troubleshooting computer problems, in many cases, is accomplished with simple steps on your part.

Now you will learn about the most common problems, as well as troubleshooting methods to help get your computer back on track.

General tips to avoid computer problems
There are many different factors that can cause computer problems. Regardless of what is causing the problem, troubleshooting is always followed by an "exception" method. In some cases, you may need to use several different approaches before you can find and fix the problem. But this is an experience that will stay with you. Here are some of our troubleshooting tips:

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Remember, or better write down, what actions you took to troubleshoot. This will help to avoid unnecessary body movements in the future, and if you fail to cope on your own, you will definitely be able to explain to another person what you did before him. This will help you resolve the problem faster.
Search the Internet for information on the error. Sometimes, when working with a computer, the work of one or another program is terminated incorrectly and an error message appears on the screen. This can be the case with the operating system itself . The error message can be used to find information and prevent it from appearing in the future.
Check the reliability of the connection of devices to the computer . There are times when the monitor screen suddenly went out or the mouse stopped working, the printer did not print, and so on. When a similar problem occurs with an individual piece of equipment, first check the cable connection of that device to the computer. It often happens that the cable “came off” and the device stopped working.
Reboot your computer. If your computer is frozen and does not respond to your actions, you can resort to restarting. The reboot process will reset the parameters of the previous operation of the operating system and programs, and return the computer to its previous mode.

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