PC Help Desk Troubleshooting Windows XP and Windows Applications

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Download free PC Help Desk Troubleshooting Windows XP and Windows Applications.pdf book Microsoft Windows XP is an operating system—but until you have a problem with Windows, the full meaning of that statement might not be clear to you. If Windows stops working, your computer stops working. If your computer stops working, you stop working (or playing). If you feel like a cyborg sometimes (we know we do) when you can’t seem to get Windows to work right, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s clean your Windows! If Windows doesn’t start properly, you can’t get anything done with your computer, because the Windows operating system manages your screen, your peripherals, your drives, your pointing devices—your entire computer life once the computer is turned on and completes its Power-On Self-Test (POST) routine. Windows might not start properly for a lot of reasons, but the most common ones include the following: • Corrupted or missing boot files on your startup drive • Incorrect hard disk configuration settings in the system BIOS • Loading programs that can’t run at the same time because of software conflicts • Damaged or missing Windows or application files that Windows requires access to at startup • Hardware resource conflicts

PC Help Desk Troubleshooting Windows XP and Windows Applications

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