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25 thoughts on “Desktop Computer Troubleshooting

  • elad7779

    In order to properly explain and demonstrate the troubleshooting procedures
    detailed in the video, more time than what would be needed to simply
    perform the tasks was required. If the demonstrator just performed the
    steps without an explanation and did them quickly, viewers of the video
    would not learn much.

  • don cliffton

    itb will beep one time then you can hear the fans kick on then it will beep
    2 more times and a fews seconds later it shuts down nothing will ever show
    up on the screen. any idea what may be taking place.

  • OutlawCaston Caston

    just common issue not what people are looking for in other issues related
    to haveing a power and lights and not being able to hear any beeps from MB
    or not syncing with other devices to boot up got all power and led lights
    just no boot up on the screen everything is blank no beeps from the
    internal board speaker next to the bat even tryed to reset the bios and
    system board back to defoult settings and cleared the cmos and nothing
    happens still no beeps from mb even changed memory out and new 1s

  • OutlawCaston Caston

    memory problem check your memory sticks and again make sure your cmos
    jumper pin is on normal pins 1-2 not clear 2-3 pins just 1-2 pins for
    normal operation and syncing this allows the pc to reconize all devices
    engaged on the motherboard then if it still fails check your power switch
    before replacing your PSU = Power Supply Unit ok always look if it still
    fails to load then the malfunction is in your bios settings tell it to
    reset it self to all factory defoult settings or safe defoultsettin

  • Shukodoshi

    Um… Dust UNDER the CPU would be an issue when it’s installed, not after
    it’s been running for a few years… Same thing with dust in connectors.
    Stop spreading bad info and bad english around the internet.

  • OutlawCaston Caston

    but also as well you could have a loose 24pin wide atx connection in your
    plug connector not make a tight contact on the motherboard pins I am the
    top of all computer programming classes and as well the top of all builds
    so put that in your pipe and smoke it kid I have my degree’s and license to
    repair and build and Program all PC Phases so can you tell me what
    Microsoft refuses to tell people like you and can you tell me what
    Microsoft left out of all there windows since winds 95 up to winds8

  • OutlawCaston Caston

    this is just basic diagnostics testing to try to finding out the problem
    out of 4 other issues that this sort of problem could be related to ! this
    is just one them its like working on your car it wont start right so what
    are you going to do to find out why your car wont start?

  • bagochickens2

    Hey Alex, If you look on the power supply at the back of the computer,
    there should be a small red or black switch that has the numbers 115 and
    220 on it. It sounds to me like it is switched to 220. If that is the case,
    you can just flip the switch to 115. If that does not work, it could be a
    PSU, motherboard, or CPU issue.

  • cuddles6938

    Where can I find those Anti Static tape strips for a LG 31XD2 tv monitor? I
    don’t want to put it back together with the tape it has on it unless it’s
    ok to do that. I would have to use some electrical tape to hold down the
    piece which isn’t currently on the chassis metal. I don’t really need a
    huge roll of this stuff after changing the fuse on the tv due to local
    power company shutting off power for 8 hours and blowing fuse when power
    came back on even with surge protector.

  • cuddles6938

    Focalprice has PSU tester for 15 bucks, takes about 10 days to get to the
    USA from China. They also have a motherboard tester and a PCI 4 bit tester
    for PCI slots to test motherboard hardware as well, the PCI tester is $3.49
    USD. I haven’t used one but have watched another youtuber who has used the
    PSU tester.

  • cuddles6938

    Much easier to use a piece of a plastic bag to spread the heat paste on the
    bottom of the heat sink. Arctic Silver Paste does not spread that easy
    unless you use your finger or a plastic bag with your finger inside to
    spread it on the bottom of the heat sink.

  • cuddles6938

    I guess he isn’t doing any more videos, he never finished the Samsung TV
    video. Also the site you recommend on your main page TVRepairworld is no
    longer in existance, page just shows a bunch of search links.

  • TulsaTVandPCRepair

    That could be a number of things. Re-Check cable connection. Try a
    different monitor. You have to isolate the issue from being either the
    monitor, cable, or PC itself.

  • TulsaTVandPCRepair

    You are correct. The website TVRepairworld is no longer functional. I will
    have to edit the video. I would recommend using TVRepairkits at this point.

  • cuddles6938

    I’m just looking for that tape you use on the metal chassis on the tv. Hate
    to buy a whole roll of it for 30 bucks. Might be ok to use the tape already
    there as I left it on except where they overlap the chassis when changing a
    fuse on a LG 32″ from 2006 model. If you know anywhere I can get the stuff
    I think its anti static the glue is pretty strong on the sticky side.