Learning how to get technical...

By Brometheus
Sep 5, 2013
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  1. Hi there!

    I am not the most tech-savvy person in the world, but I have learned a lot over the past few years (and a lot more over the past few weeks!) and figured I'd throw my hat into the ring. I am learning how to execute some of the more advanced troubleshooting options and do my own troubleshooting, as my laptop has been giving me fits lately. The good part is that I am learning how to approach problems from multiple angles, access different systems in my computer from multiple paths, and overall I hopefully am improving in my understanding. I do plan on elaborating on the trouble I am having, for though I have exceeded my own meager expectations for troubleshooting, I feel that I have exhausted all of my personal resources. That is what led me to create an account and join this community, and I hope that I am able to aid others at least as much as I am helped.

    Past that, let none of our computers ever be able to utter the phrase "all your drivers are belong to us." *nerd*
    St1ckM4n likes this.
  2. St1ckM4n

    St1ckM4n TS Evangelist Posts: 2,922   +630

    Howdy, I hope you enjoy your stay. :)
  3. ravisunny2

    ravisunny2 TS Ambassador Posts: 1,986   +12

    Hi Brometheus :wave:

    Welcome to [​IMG] :grinthumb

    You can read how to post a new thread in this Guide.

    Before posting you should read all the Posting Guidelines.

    To access technical support you may go to the Forums.

    Many users like to post system specs in their Profile.

    System Specs are always helpful when you seek support, (see the first two suggestions).
    And helpers may ask that you post some of your specs in your thread.

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    Enjoy your Stay :)


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