Flowcharts to fix your computer

There is no simple way to repair computers.  Flowcharts can help to determine a fix for a problem and can be helpful.  Here’s a great website that gives tips and flowcharts on how to repair your computer.  http://www.fixingmycomputer.com/index.html#flowcharts

Note:  Although this website appears to have been written during the XP days, the flowcharts can still help you.

About TCAT Shelbyville IT Department

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology - is one of 46 institutions in the Tennessee Board of Regents System, the seventh largest system of higher education in the nation. This system comprises six universities, fourteen community colleges, and twenty-six Applied Technology Colleges.
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2 Responses to Flowcharts to fix your computer

  1. Ramblinrick says:

    Reblogged this on What's On My PC and commented:
    There is nothing more frustrating than computer problems. Your computer is working great today and tomorrow you wake up to a problem.

    Tennessee College of Applied Technology has posted information on a site that has posted flowcharts (and other instruction) that can help you diagnose computer problems (i.e. Hardware Troubleshoot & Diagnostics, Hard Drive & Partition Errors, Motherboard Troubleshoot & Diagnostics, Video Troubleshoot, Data Recovery, Malware & Viruses, etc…). The flowchart items are hotlinked and will direct you to a related page with detailed troubleshooting and resolution measures that can be applied. Nice find…

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