A set of instructions used to communicate devices
A set of instructions that mimic the ways computers talk to humans
A series of memory commands
None of the above
Set the jumpers on the main board
Configure the bios to read plug and play devices
Configure the bios to boot to external devices
Reset the bios
POST, BIOS, Boot Sector, GUI
Boot Sector, POST, BIOS, GUI
POST, GUI, MBR, BIOS
Push the button, hope the magic happens
It is not working properly and is in a problem state.
It has been disabled.
It is not recognized by the system at all.
Windows doesn’t support cards from NIC anymore.
A Red, white, and blue screen
A Unix or Linux replacement
The infamous BSOD
The message “Boot could not find NTLDR. Please insert another disk.”
Automated System Recovery
Windows Logo Testing
Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL)
Windows Logo Compatible
Windows Driver Testing
Keep pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete until the problem goes away
Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete: Select Task Manager: Select the stuck or “hung” program and click the End Task button.
Run a thorough ScanDisk.
Unplug the unit’s power cable from the AC wall outlet.
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