PC Failure Problems Troubleshooting Tips and Solutions
Did you PC exhibits the following problems that causes you not to be able to use your computer? Here are some PC
solutions for some computer typical problems
You have no image on LCD Monitor Screen
PC Troubleshooting Tips: Ensure that the power cord is plugged securely into the monitor. At the
other end, make sure that the other end of the monitor cable is plugged securely to the computer.
And of course make sure that the LCD monitor is switched on. When switched on, the computer monitor usually will
have a yellow or green LED light, check with the LCD manufacturer for more information.
Usually, there will be 2 cables linked to the computer monitor, one of them is the power cable and the other is
the display(VGA/DVI/HDMI) cable. Ensure that the display cable is plugged securely into your computer's
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You get a Blue Screen of Death regularly
Several factors play a part in the appearance of the blue screen of death and the cause might be both a hardware
and software fault.
PC Troubleshooting Tips: You might have a ram hardware issue. If you have 2 sticks of rams in your
PC, one of the sticks might be problematic. Take out 1 stick of ram and leave the stick in and on your PC. If this
does not work, replace with the other stick of ram.
unable to enter Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows
There are several
reasons for failure to enter windows or see the login screen. Windows is corrupted and some vital windows files
might be missing.
Troubleshooting Tips: Either perform a windows re-installation, or repair the windows installation by using an
original windows setup disc.
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You are unable to connect to the Internet
There are some causes for you to not to be able to connect to the internet and some of the reasons
are beyond your control. Remember the time when an underwater cable broke due to an earthquake in the sea? This are
the causes that are beyond our control.
Ensure that the LAN cable (cable that has a "BIG telephone cable ends) is plugged securely into
the modem / router and your computer.
Make sure the modem, router is switched on and the LEDs light on them are not acting weird.
Make sure that your PC is issued an IP address. As image below, my IP address is 192.168.1.168 and
ensure that your IP address does not begin with 169.xxx.xxx.xxx
If the rest of the computers on the network are unable to go online, probably it is
your network that is having a problem. Seek help from your network administrator
Try using another lan cable to connect to your PC. Wait for two minute and check if you are able to go
Shut down your PC, your modem and your router. Restart everything in 10