Troubleshooting Techniques

If you are used to troubleshooting, you are most likely following
something similar in your head already. Once you begin to think in
terms of the various sub-systems, the chances of you not finding
your problem are very low. Over time, and with experience, you
would be doing this naturally and automatically. Of course on
paper it looks terribly boring and to tell you the truth, it is! But, it
is a good strategy to use a methodical approach in troubleshooting
rather than dive straight in, start poking around, pressing keys and
buttons blindly and then regretting it later.

After trying everything and you are at your wits end with no
solution in sight, it is time to take a step back and forget about
it for a while—attack the problem after some time with a fresh

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