a Overheating b Windows does not support the new card least likely source c The

A overheating b windows does not support the new card

This preview shows page 2 - 3 out of 3 pages.

a. Overheatingb.Windows does not support the new card – least likely sourcec.The drivers for the card need updating – most likely sourced.Memory is faulty2.What should you immediately do if you turn on a PC and smell smoke or a burning odor?2
3.When you boot up a computer and hear a single beep, but the screen is blank, what can you assume is the source of the problem?4.You suspect that a power supply is faulty, but you use a power supply tester to measure its voltage output and find it to be acceptable. Why is it still possible that the power supply may be faulty?Is that voltage consistent? That's the key. Also, if the wattage is underpowered then the power supply won't supply enough power for that computer.5.Someone asks you for help with a computer that hangs at odd times. You turn it on and work for about 15 minutes, and then the computer freezes and powers down. What do you do first?3

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture