Troubleshooting Tips and Strategies Posters


Teach and review computer troubleshooting tips and strategies with this set of 30 posters that can be used as a bulletin board or display. Stylish yet academic posters, with both color and black and white options. Just print and set up!
What is included?
  • 1 PDF
  • 30 color posters
  • 30 black and white posters


Teach and review computer troubleshooting tips and strategies with this set of 30 posters that can be used as a bulletin board or display. Stylish yet academic posters, with both color and black and white options. Just print and set up!
What is included?
  • 1 PDF
  • 30 color posters
  • 30 black and white posters
Poster content:
1. Stay calm: Approach problems with a calm and patient mindset to think clearly and find solutions.
2. Identify the problem: Take time to understand and clearly define the problem you’re facing.
3. Restart the device: Many issues can be resolved by simply restarting the computer or device.
4. Check connections: Ensure that all cables, cords, and peripherals are properly connected.
5. Read error messages: Pay attention to any error messages or prompts on the screen, as they can provide clues to the problem.
6. Consult the user manual: Refer to the user manual or online resources for troubleshooting guides specific to your device.
7. Google the problem: Use a search engine to look for solutions or answers to the specific problem you’re encountering.
8. Seek help from a classmate: Collaborate with peers or classmates who might have encountered similar issues.
9. Ask a teacher or adult: Reach out to a teacher or adult for assistance when you’re unable to resolve the problem on your own.
10. Check for software updates: Ensure that your device’s software is up to date, as updates often include bug fixes and improvements.
11. Clear browser cache: If you’re experiencing issues with a web browser, try clearing the cache and cookies.
12. Free up storage space: Delete unnecessary files or apps to free up storage space, which can improve performance.
13. Run antivirus scans: Use antivirus software to scan for and remove any potential malware or viruses.
14. Adjust display settings: Experiment with display settings to troubleshoot issues related to screen resolution, brightness, or color.
15. Check power source and battery: If the device is not turning on or charging, ensure it’s properly connected to the power source or check the battery level.
16. Use system restore or reset: As a last resort, consider using system restore or resetting the device to factory settings to resolve persistent issues.
17. Keep track of error patterns: Notice recurring issues or error messages to identify patterns and potential underlying causes.
18. Use trial and error: Experiment with different approaches or solutions to see if they resolve the problem.
19. Update drivers: Check for driver updates, especially for hardware devices, to ensure compatibility and functionality.
20. Disable unnecessary startup programs: Reduce the number of programs that launch at startup to improve the device’s performance.
21. Scan for disk errors: Use disk scanning tools to identify and repair errors on your computer’s hard drive.
22. Check network connectivity: Troubleshoot network issues by checking Wi-Fi connections or Ethernet cables.
23. Check device settings: Review device settings to ensure that configurations are appropriate for your needs.
24. Use online forums or communities: Seek advice from online forums or communities where users discuss and troubleshoot similar problems.
25. Make backups: Regularly back up important files and data to prevent data loss in case of a device malfunction.
26. Use the “Help” function: Explore the built-in “Help” or “Support” features of your device or software for guidance on troubleshooting.
27. Update browser and plugins: Keep your web browser and plugins up to date to avoid compatibility issues or vulnerabilities.
28. Uninstall unnecessary software: Remove unused or unnecessary software to improve device performance and free up resources.
29. Keep track of changes: Note any recent updates, installations, or changes made to the device or software that could be related to the problem.
30. Reflect on the solution: After resolving a problem, take a moment to reflect on the steps you took and the solution you found for future reference.
Why you need this in your life:
With all of the current style trends out there, why not go with a colorful classic that is sure to be in style for years? It will save you time and money down the road when you don’t have to redecorate your classroom just because a color or trend went out of style. Print and laminate once and you’re good to go! 
This bulletin board is both academic and decorative. Best of both worlds!
Create your bulletin board header with these tech themed letters.

Product Terms:
Copyright © Brittany Washburn. Purchasing this file entitles you to ONE classroom use. You may use this with multiple classes but may not share with any other teachers. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. If multiple licenses are needed for use my more than one teacher or in more than one computer lab, additional licenses are discounted. 
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