[Fixes] Troubleshoot Common Computer Issues - Technology - REQMAT BLOGSPOT
[Fixes] Troubleshoot Common Computer Issues - Technology

[Fixes] Troubleshoot Common Computer Issues - Technology

REQMAT BLOGSPOT - Nareddula Rajeev Reddy NRR

Slow Performance: 

  • Remove unnecessary programs or files to free up disk space.
  • Run a disk cleanup or disk defragmentation.
  • Check for malware or viruses using an antivirus program.
  • Upgrade hardware components such as RAM or storage drive if necessary.

Internet Connection Problems:

  • Restart the router and modem.
  • Check network cables and connections.
  • Disable and re-enable the network adapter.
  • Update network adapter drivers.
  • Reset TCP/IP stack using command prompt.

Blue Screen of Death (BSOD):

  • Restart the computer.
  • Update drivers, especially for graphics and chipset.
  • Run a system file checker.
  • Scan for malware or viruses.
  • Check for hardware issues, such as overheating or faulty components.

Programs Not Responding:

  • Close the program and try reopening it.
  • End the program's process through the Task Manager.
  • Update the program to the latest version.
  • Check if the program is compatible with your operating system.
  • Reinstall the program if necessary.

No Sound:

  • Check audio cables and connections.
  • Ensure the volume is not muted and turned up.
  • Update audio drivers.
  • Run the audio troubleshooting tool in Windows.
  • Check if the correct audio output device is selected.


  • Clean out dust from the fans and vents.
  • Ensure the computer is placed on a flat, hard surface for improved airflow.
  • Use a cooling pad or external fan for additional cooling.
  • Update BIOS and device drivers.
  • Avoid running resource-intensive programs for extended periods.

Computer Not Booting:

  • Check if the power cord is properly connected.
  • Test the power outlet or try a different one.
  • Remove any disconnected hardware components.
  • Reset the BIOS settings to default.
  • If possible, boot into Safe Mode and troubleshoot from there.

Printer Connection Issues:

  • Make sure the printer is turned on and connected to the computer.
  • Check for paper jams or low ink/toner levels.
  • Update printer drivers.
  • Delete and re-add the printer in the computer's settings.
  • Restart the print spooler service.
Note: If you are unfamiliar with troubleshooting and fixing computer issues, it is recommended to seek professional help or consult the device's user manual for specific instructions.

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