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Flowchart for troubleshooting networks, pc power issues, etc.

Posted on 2006-06-26
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I am a computer repair tech and I also do networking and whatever else comes up. I am not as experienced as I would like to be even though I have had lots of classes. Is there anyplace I can go to download some flowcharts to take with me on service calls or even use here at the shop for troubleshooting network connectivity, or no internet, or hardware or software issues such as pc wont boot?. Really a place that I can get some flowcharts for lots of different issues that I can use for guidance instead of racking my brain trying to remember what to check and what causes what. My goal is to be better prepared as a tech to solve problems without having to ask my boss for help or taking forever to figure it out. I know this is not always possible but the more prepared I am the better tech I will be.
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Here is a list of flowcharts that may help.This one is for power supply but there are links on the left side of the page for other flowcharts.
http://www.fonerbooks.com/power.htm
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this is the network flowchart http://www.fonerbooks.com/network.htm
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