Guide: How to solve your problems on your PC? Anti nuclear solutions and common sense

Guide: How to solve your problems on your PC? Anti nuclear solutions and common sense

Have you ever sent an inbox saying:how to fix these pc problems i have?, to you "an influencer” favorite, to you infomercer who doesn't know nor how to install a processor or a Youtuber of technology, which really does not have time to solve the difficulties that an end user may have.

And it did not have to be missing, everyone's favorite method, entering a Facebook support group, where more than a thousand scholars come out and some may hit the problem that afflicts you as a solution or maybe not.

Apparently, many lack (without wanting to offend) common sense, so we will guide you STEPS HACER prior to "meter hand” to your PC, since you, if you, final user, it can crash your PC or do some maneuver that puts you in the worst possible situation:


From there we will see sometips” in general that maybe it will solve some basic things for you, but first…

Short version of the guide (TLDR)

This guide applies to almost all of Latin America, but especially in Peru.

-If you bought your PC (all the pieces) in a single store for not being stingy and lower costs, place your equipment under warranty so that they can inspect your PC.
-In the event that the store warranty has expired, don't be stingy and take it to a qualified technician to identify the problem.

Table of Contents

Guide outline – How to fix your problems on your PC? Anti nuclear solutions and common sense

Before continuing to read the guide, it is VERY IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND The guide has two parts:

-Theoretical part: Here we will explain the lack of knowledge or common sense when dealing with a PC problem. This should be from required reading of any user, despite the fact that many downplay or ignore it entirely.

-Practical part: We will see some solutions (beware, it will not work for everyone) of basic things that a user can do if they have some experience and if the problem is not level "God" (reference to One Punch Man).

To end this section, it's quite important that when it comes to PCs, there are two ways to look at it in layman's terms. Your PC may have problems due to:

-Software (the “simplest” case).
-Hardware (be very careful here because it could end in devastation).

Part 1 – Theory: Without common sense, one can end up destroying their PC

We will assume that you, the end user, know very little about PCs and are ignorant of many things that perhaps more experienced people know.

One of the most important aspects is that each PC part, in general (if they were bought locally) has a 3-year warranty directly from the brand (sometimes more, sometimes less). It is a general rule that these components, in general, have this quantity previously mentioned:

-Graphics card

With this off the table, another important aspect that a user should keep in mind, is that you should treat your PC like a human body.

I'll put it as a simple example. Looking at it another way, it's like proceeding with an operation under general anesthesia and the person doing the procedure doesn't have a clue how to hold a scalpel or how to administer the anesthesia.

Now let's see the fallacies that "many experts” convey as ideas to the end user, simply by having a space in social networks, or end users who post as if they had discovered the wheel, giving a bad example to others of possible mistakes, ending in misfortunes that are not responsible.

Fallacy number 1 – Since I don't have problems, you won't

Problems in PC can sometimes arise from the choice of parts. Although all technology portals, especially specialized reviewers, try to give their best product analysis, there is a big difference between:

-Make tests in a short time.
-Use a PC daily for a long time, especially for productivity.

I do not want to duck any portal in general, because most of them try to do their best to generate results and comparisons. They are also aware that there is a big difference between releasing a review and having the product in use for a fairly long time and in a demanding environment.

The fallacy occurs when a product begins to have many complaints from users and ceases to be an isolated case, to a substantial percentage of incidents. On the other hand, some expert or anonymous user publicly declares:

"I had no problem with this product, so no problem."

Unfortunately, many users take people at their word and the problem arises the moment the PC is conceived.

Another derivation of this fallacy is that because person A has a system similar to yours, you shouldn't have a problem, since someone else doesn't.

Fallacy number 2 – I will be “stingy” and “cheap” costs by buying the PC from different parts and “I am a genius”

This may be true, for those who have a lot of experience in diagnosing when a PC has problems and also in warranty processes (and no, they are not made by geniuses).

The truth is, for a novice user or common mortal, it saves a few dollars risking higher costs in the future.

Remember the first fallacy?

An user "You'll think you've beaten the system", who has saved money and because he has no problems, no one has... until you have it.

This spares no one, not even systems engineers. A systems engineer may be a genius developing PC software, but having ZERO experience diagnosing failures or performance problems in PCs.

 Why is this important?

Because unfortunately in the world of PCs, the problems that one can have, in the worst case, is tied with the guarantee, and the guarantee is tied to the place you bought it.

Resolution – Buy everything from one place and understand its limitations

For a normal mortal, buying PC parts in different stores can be the beginning of his next nightmares in the future. Why? If the problem is only a part of the whole PC and you don't know anything about computers, how are you going to find out what the real fault is?

Not knowing where the fault is (be it software or hardware) if one buys in different stores, where should i take my pc?

Well, the answer is that no store will be responsible for your PC problems if they bought the parts from different stores. That means one will have to outsource the PC differential analysis process to a technical service center which has two costs.

-Time (and time, is money).

By buying everything in one place, if you "feel" or have concrete evidence that your PC is not working well (or simply not working), you can bring all the equipment (the PC) to the store's warranty center, since All responsibility falls on them.

Keep in mind that some users want to learn how to build their own PC, but the store is not responsible if the end user made a bad installation (physical damage). We don't want to discourage build their own PCs, but they have to take into consideration that there is some risk.

It's good know the store warranty limitations when one builds the PC. In simple terms, the store warranty, Is 1 year. Some stores offer more and in the worst case, six months.

In practice one can rest assured that the store will assume the cost of the diagnosis for free during that year. It is important to do some research on the reputation of the place where you are going to buy, since that is the responsibility of the end user.

By save a few bucks, maybe they bought from a store with a lousy after sales service. After sales service includes technical service and guarantees.

In the end, a loss of...

-And money

In summary, buy everything from one store Have a good reputation for after-sales service, will give in most cases, a solution practice to the end user by being able to internalize all the equipment and find the fault.

And for those who are not in this situation, then look for a technical service with a good reputation, so that they can do differential analysis and find that is what is causing the problem (whether it is software or hardware) to later intern that part that fails the guarantee where they bought it (which is another process).

Do you see how complicated life has become?

Part 2 – Solutions for people with PC experience

This part will be the most practical, but it does not mean that it will solve the problem. Going back to the beginning of this guide, we said that you might see “problems” with your PC and this can be broken down into two options:


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