troubleshoot


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troubleshoot

[′trəb·əl‚shüt]
(computer science)
To find and correct errors and faults in a computer, usually in the hardware.

troubleshoot

To find out why something is not working properly in order to fix the problem. Troubleshooting a computer may first require determining whether the problem is hardware or software. See debug.
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