Time
8 hours 33 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
9

Video Transcription

00:05
proprietary crash greens are displayed when a system encounters an issue with the operating system, an application or hardware
00:12
and Microsoft Windows, the blue screen of death or B S. O. D is a common type of stop air. The BSO de provides details aboutthe stop and an air number or code,
00:23
which could be useful information for troubleshooting the air.
00:26
The BSO D can appear when a system first starts up or while the system is running
00:31
with Apple's OSX operating system in multicolored pinwheel or a black screen is used for ares
00:38
in either West, the system will attempt to restart in its own or require the user to manually restart
00:44
when troubleshooting stop Ares. The first thing to consider is what recently changed on the system.
00:49
New hardware or software installed, such as memory or software updates, may be causing issues.
00:55
Start the system in safe mode and uninstall the hardware or software or revert the system back to its last known good working configuration.
01:03
Another cause of stop ares is viruses. Scan the system and safely remove any infected files found.
01:10
If the cause of these stop ares is still unknown, visit the Windows event viewer and review the system logs.
01:15
Researching the air message and number using either the Windows Support Page or an Internet search engine could be useful. Troubleshooting techniques.
01:23
Failure to boot can happen to any U. S and may be caused by a variety of issues such as corrupt or missing boot files and improper boot configuration. Damaged hardware, software, conflicts, et cetera
01:36
and Windows one of two failure to boot messages will appear.
01:41
Boot Manager is missing or the Windows boot configuration data files missing. Required information
01:47
for the boot manager is missing. Heir message. The system will need repaired by booting to the system recovery options and performing one of the available repair options.
01:57
The second air message indicates a boot configuration file is missing or damaged and needs to be restored.
02:02
For Lennox failure to boot messages. The grub boot loader in new or Lennix distributions can be used to help troubleshoot
02:10
holding the shift key down when the system is restarting will initiate the grub boot loader and open the grub boot loader window.
02:16
Choose a recovery mode option from the list.
02:20
The next window will provide a menu of recovery options to choose from.
02:24
If the grub boot loader is missing, it can be repaired using a bootable repair program.
02:30
Failure to boot issues in OS X will require pressing Command Plus are at start up to launch the OS X utilities.
02:38
Depending on the issue, preventing the system from booting troubleshooting can be done through one of the options in the OS X utilities menu.
02:46
A system may also fail to boot and display either a missing operating system or operating system, not found air message.
02:52
This could be caused by the hard drive's master boot record or NBR or gooey partition table GPT being faulty.
03:00
To troubleshoot this issue first, go into the BIOS menu, which is accessed with a keyboard shortcuts specific to your physical system At start up
03:07
confirmed. The hard drive is being recognized by the BIOS as the start of disk and second confirmed the boot order sequence has started disc listed before any other bootable devices.
03:16
Once this information has been confirmed, restart the system.
03:22
If the same air is displayed, an installation disk will be required to attempt a repair.
03:27
There are many causes for system abrupt stops or failures to Buddhist system.
03:31
Basic troubleshooting steps will help lead to the cause of these critical heirs and in turn, applicable corrective actions

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