Where can you ask for problems with your computer?
Go to your nearest computer store or P.C world and ask for advice, otherwise look up your problem on the web, if it's an apple mac then you can easily find it on 'Apple Discussion'. Good luck!
There are too many options to list them. If you ask a question like this again, try to describe it as exact and detailed as possible: When does your computer halts during booting? (while checking the devices, loading the operating system, ...) Did you change something on the computer since the last time it worked? Have you experienced problems with the hard- or software used earlier? Is something plugged in to the computer? (USB Devices…
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Hardware problems usually mean that the computer itself is having difficulties, such as physical damage to the devices within your desktop. Software problems are usually errors caused by malfunctions with programs that run on the computer and not the computer itself, such as a bug in programming or heavily fragmented files.
The computer on a 95 maxima went bad if you replace it will it give you any type of problems If so can you list the possible problems?
There is NO WAY that "all problems" can be solved; specifically for the case of remote help-desk for computer problems, there may, for instance, be cases in which the computer is damaged. In this case, perhaps some component in the computer must be replaced, and there is no way this can be done remotely.
theoretically every computer has hundreds of problems each day but about 90% of those problems are resolved automatically by the O.S. and other software. for instance when your hard drive drops a sector you don't even know it due to the systems ability to migrate data to a safer location on the disk. so when you ask "how many computers have problems each day" the answer can be simply put as all of them.