Computer and Software Problems

You are fed up with continuously facing software problems as well as problems with hardware? This site will help you find the right tips and helpful advices when it comes to fixing bugs and general technical IT problems. Do not hesitate and browse through our problem solving strategies which will show you the right way to your computer and software problem salvation. Consequently we will present you five easy and understandable steps in order to solve any kind of problem:

1.    Believe in yourself and face the troubleshooting ‘state’
The most important thing anyway is that you are convinced to be able to solve the problem – no matter how difficult it is. Tell yourself that you will beat and solve the respective computer problem and consequently get into ‘state’. This means that you should think of a problem that you were able to solve without any help. Remember the great feeling when you succeeded in solving it.

2.    Browse through magazines and the internet and collect information
First of all you have to define your problem. Take a piece of paper and write down precisely what is wrong. What exactly does not work? Is it a bug or a general computer problem? Ask yourself important questions such as for instance ‘Has any hardware changes?’ or ‘Has anybody added or installed a new program / application / feature on my computer?’ Are there any error messages? If yes, type them into Google and search for them. Maybe you will find precise information on Computernews by helpster are very useful when it comes to asking questions and searching for an answer.

3.    Define the search area? Is it a hardware or a software problem?
Think about your computer problem and try to find out if it is software or hardware? If it is a software problem, you have to find out which programs on your computer are affected and which are the ones that still work. If you do have a presumption, you should uninstall or re-install the suspected program. If you are facing a hardware program, try to answer the following questions:

  • Which components are dead?
  • Which are those components that still work?
  • Is the mouse dead?
  • Have you checked the lights (modem, disk, etc.)?
  • Have you checked the cables (network, power supply, etc.)?

4.    The fourth step consists in assembling all software tools: Event Viewer, Google and TechNet, Network Monitor, Task Manager, Windows Server Help.

5.    Develop a theory that could justify the whole problem
Within this step you should try to find out the most likely cause of the problem. We recommend making a list of all possible reasons that could have provoked the problem. Think about the possibility that someone else has possibly already experienced your problem. So do not hesitate and post your questions considering the computer problem into a blog or a forum. While waiting for an answer you should search for different variations of your problem in Google.