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Troubleshooting Techniques: Troubleshooting a Computer

What troubleshooting techniques should you use when troubleshooting computers? Some of them are similar to troubleshooting other hardware, but the software layer in a computer adds complexity.

First, always reboot. Software left running can get glitchy.

Next consider what software may have been added to the mix. New software sometimes breaks things.

The hardware can be to blame, too, though. Power supplies can weaken over time and spinning hard drives do eventually fail.

Watch the video for more tips.


PaulAlanCliffordPaul Alan Clifford works with church staff and volunteers who want to use technology to impact people far from God, by navigating through the maze of possibilities and jargon. He wants your church to get past the hurdles and embrace the tools so that technology is a gift, not a burden. He has been a tech volunteer with Quest Community Church in Lexington, KY since 2000 and is the founder of, llc.

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