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Install an IEEE 1394 compliant expansion card.
Install an external USB 2.0 hub.
Install a USB 2.0 firmware update on the motherboard.
Replace USB 1.1 extension cables with USB 2.0 extension cables.
Anti-static wrist strap
The network cable is unplugged.
The printer is low on toner.
The gateway address on the printer is incorrect.
The printer is out of paper.
The spooler is not functioning.
Continuous ping of an IP address until cancelled
Continuous ping of an IP address until the count reaches 1000
Continuous ping of an IP address until the target responds
Continuous ping of an IP address until the target returns
Master file table
Master boot record
A power supply tester
A loopback adapter
A cable tester
Disable port forwarding on the router.
Reboot to Safe Mode and see if the Internet is accessible.
Format the machine and reinstall the OS.
Check the web browsers proxy settings.
The user must be an administrator to have access to the run command.
The Vista run command is not installed by default during an upgrade.
Vista has replaced the run command with the Power Shell.
The run command is not displayed by default on the start menu.
Initialize and format the hard drive through Disk Management
Reboot the system
Assign a drive letter to the hard drive through Disk Management
Configure the drive in the systems CMOS program
Chkdsk c: /f
Chkdsk c: /i
Chkdsk c: /c
Chkdsk c: /r
The add-on video card is conflicting with the onboard video controller.
The add-on video card is incompatible with the system.
The monitor is still connected to the onboard video controller.
The monitor cannot support the video resolution of the add-on video card.
100 meters (328 feet)
250 meters (820 feet)
500 meters (1640 feet)
1000 meters (3280 feet)
-5V and +12V
+3.3V and -5V
+3.3V and +12V
+5V and +12V
The MBR is corrupt
NTLDR cannot be found by the system
A faulty CMOS battery
The BIOS requires a firmware update
Reboot the laptop
Use an external monitor
Disable the touchpad
Plug in an external mouse
Windows Update is running
A virus infection has occurred
Hyper threading has been disabled
Power supply tester
BIOS update disk
Adjust jumper settings
New CMOS battery
Recommend using lower resolution in the video signal.
Install an IEEE1394b video capture card.
Recommend replacing the camera with a USB 1.1 connection.
Install a USB 2.0 video capture card.
Performing a standard format of the hard drive partitions
Booting the computer with peripheral devices disconnected
Scanning all CD-R and CD-RW media prior to initial use
Booting from the floppy disk or CD-ROM prior to scanning
RJ-11 jacks do not support full duplex.
Ethernet supports pulse dialing, not tone dialing.
The public telephone network uses token-ring, not Ethernet.
Phone line voltages can damage Ethernet equipment.
User Account Control; it can be turned off under Security in the Control Panel.
Security Center; it can be turned off in the Services MMC snap-in.
User Account Control; it can be turned off under User Accounts in the Control Panel.
Windows Firewall; it can be turned off under System Properties.
Thermal paste was not applied between the heat sink and CPU.
The fan is not compatible with the new motherboard.
The GPU is not compatible with the CPU.
The replacement motherboard firmware is out of date.
The technician plugged a USB 2.0 device into a USB 1.1 port.
The technician needs to reboot the computer for the device to work.
The technician plugged a USB 1.1 device into a USB 2.0 port.
The front panel connectors are not plugged into the motherboard.
Clean the drum with a computer vacuum.
Replace the toner cartridge.
Clean the fuser area with a lint free cloth.
Use a can of compressed air to clean the pickup assembly.
Ensure all PCs are turned off when not in use
Enable wireless encryption
Create a DMZ for the main PC
Disable SSID broadcasting
Enable DHCP on the router
C:\users\user1\documents to c:\users\user1\documents
C:\documents and settings\user1\my documents to c:\users\user1\documents
C:\documents and settings\user1\my documents to c:\documents and settings\user1\my documents
C:\users\user1\my documents to c:\users\user1\documents
Change the wireless channel
Disable SSID broadcast
Change SSID from default
Enable DES encryption
Turn on port forwarding
The firewall was not powered back on.
The DHCP server is not working correctly.
The cellular repeater installed is interfering with the network speed.
The new switches are configured for 10MB.
Install the latest wireless NIC drivers
Install the latest wireless NIC firmware
Install the latest WAP firmware
Install the latest WAP drivers
Southbridge is faulty
Memory sticks have corroded contacts
BIOS memory settings are misconfigured
Memory socket is faulty
The device driver is outdated.
The device driver is missing.
The device driver is corrupt.
The device is disabled.
FAT32 cannot handle single files larger than 4GB.
FAT32 cannot handle single files larger than 2GB.
The old drive uses NTFS and is incompatible with the new drive.
The file is formatted with NTFS and is incompatible with the new drive.
A CD is inserted into the drive.
A DVD is inserted upside down in the drive.
The wrong DVD type is inserted into the drive.
The drive is only a CD-RW drive.
The program cannot copy the DVD due to copyright laws.
There is not enough free space on the hard drive.
A DVD that contains an incorrect format
An incorrect router configuration
A rogue DHCP server
Bootmgr.exe, winload.exe, winresume.exe
Bootmgr.exe, bootsect.dos, io.sys
Ntdetect.exe, ntoskrnl.exe, io.sys
Io.sys, win.exe, bootmgr.exe
Rename the router
Enable MAC filtering
Change the IP schema
After an unsuccessful reboot
If a users IP address has been spoofed
After using IPCONFIG /RELEASE
If the computer has an ARP address conflict
Blow compressed air on the print cartridges.
Run the printers cleaning routine.
Reseat the print cartridges.
Use a lint-free cloth to clean the print heads.
Change the default administrator password
Change the IP range of the wireless network
Hide the SSID
Reinstall the game.
Upgrade the drivers.
Replace the hard drive.
Reinstall the OS.
Date and time
LAN network speed
The processor is faulty.
The file system is fragmented.
The modem drivers are corrupt.
The power supply is faulty.
Login using a different account
Install an Internet firewall
Install an email spam filter
Go back to a previous restore point
Import the disk
Convert the disk to basic
Run Windows Update
Convert the disk to dynamic
Customize the Start menu to display the Control Panel as a menu.
Customize the Start menu to display expanded options in Control Panel.
Customize the Start menu to display the Control Panel as a link.
Customize the Start menu to display the Control Panel as a shortcut under Documents.
Network cable is disconnected
README.TXT file included with the anti-spyware software installation
User of a previously infected computer
Operating system documentation
Anti-spyware software website
The device is located behind a firewall.
The network card is disabled.
The device is not configured for DHCP.
The device cannot locate a DHCP server.
Set the motherboard configuration jumper to clear the password.
Use a third party utility to reset the password.
Disconnect the power supply to the motherboard.
Contact the OEM and ask them to clear the password.
The drivers for the onboard video card have been overwritten by the PCIe video card drivers.
The PCIe video card is defective and is conflicting with the onboard video.
The BIOS detected the PCIe video card and disabled the onboard video.
The processor has overheated and is causing the video to not display.
Refill the paper trays
Restart the printer
Print a test page
Restore to factory settings
Check the file owner
Check the creation date
Check the hash key
Check the file version
Enable the Microsoft Windows Firewall and allow port and application exceptions.
Configure the Ethernet connection on the computer to run at only 10Mbps and half-duplex.
Put a firewall or router with NAT between the computer and the Internet.
Use broadband Internet services instead of dial-up modem Internet service.
Keyboard is not plugged in.
CPU is not locked into the socket.
LCD is not plugged in.
RAM is faulty.
Use the printers clean option.
Replace the printer data cable.
Print the demo page from the printer.
Reinstall the drivers.
The toner cartridge is running low.
The toner cartridge is leaking.
The fuser is not getting hot enough.
The transfer bar needs to be replaced.
Floppy ribbon is reversed
Floppy disk is in the drive
Floppy ribbon is not connected
This is normal after replacement
A worm replicates itself before infecting other systems.
Spyware replicates multiple times on one system before infecting another system.
A worm attacks one platform, where spyware attacks across platforms.
Spyware resides primarily in the boot sector, where a worm resides primarily in the registry.
Run Windows update.
Replace the NIC.
Replace the motherboard.
Run the loopback command.
The user must be able to access the My Network Places.
The user must know the exact network path to the folder.
The user must have proper access rights assigned to the folder.
The user must know the domain where the share is located.
The user must be able to access My Network Neighborhood.
Reconfigure the BIOS settings
Replace the motherboard
Replace the hard drive
Remove and replace the affected capacitors
Use compressed air to flush the odor.
Replace the power supply.
Run the computer for 48 hours and disregard if odor goes away.
Immediately unplug the computer and contact the manufacturers technical support.
The video card will run at the slower AGP 2x speed.
The video card will run at the higher AGP 4x speed.
The video card will run in-between the two speeds at the AGP 3x speed.
The video card will not operate.
Upgrade RAM on the printer
Upgrade HDD on the computer
Upgrade RAM on the computer
Reinstall printer drivers
Adjust jumper settings
New CMOS battery
IDE CD-ROM drive
Update the manufacturers chipset drivers.
Replace the two 2GB DIMMs with four 1GB DIMMs.
Update the PC BIOS and verify all memory is seen in POST.
Replace both of the 2GB DIMMs memory with new memory.
The heat sink is firmly attached to the processor.
The RAM chips are firmly in place.
The hard drive is attached to the power supply.
The graphics card is firmly in place.
Replace the NIC.
Replace the network cable.
Verify the default gateway is configured correctly.
Assign a static IP.
The USB drive will not be accessible.
The files and folders will inherit permissions from the second computer.
Files and folders may or may not be accessible depending on set permissions.
The user will be prompted to enter credentials to access the files and folders on the drive.