James Hunt provides some essential advice for getting your PC up and running again
When you use a computer, you learn to take things for granted. You might not know how your processor works, but you trust that it will, and that if it doesn’t, something will notice before you do. You’ll get an error message or an alarm or some other warning that things aren’t working as they should be.
Unfortunately, this doesn’t extend to all areas of computing. One of the simplest things users take for granted is that when you press the power button, your system will come alive and boot into your operating system so you can start using it. But what if that stops happening? Where do you even start to fix things? If you’re not sure what the answers to those questions are, you should be by the end of this article.