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  2. 2.  Theft and/or damage of computer: hardware software, data
  3. 3.  Can be physically protected or replaced when damaged Firewalls and anti-virus services are recommended Backup data on another offline site or storage device
  4. 4.  Temperature in between 68-75 degrees for optimal reliability, never exceed 85 Avoid water when working with electronics to avoid water damage Beware that computer hard drives have magnetic properties
  5. 5.  Power spikes can cause your computer to shut down and lose valuable data Surge Suppressors can help against power spikes UPS- Uninterruptible Power Supply- can be used to keep electronics running during a power outage
  6. 6.  Crashed hard drive Mostly caused by software corruption Other causes: overheated, dropped, or shaken Check that the cable isn’t damaged or not plugged in, and use a boot disk to check for further problems
  7. 7.  All hard disks fail…eventually Causes: Sunlight, physical damage, unsafe removal, and lint or dust Have a professional treat the damaged media for the best results
  8. 8.  Paper Jams Physical Damage Low Toner
  9. 9.  Cables may not be plugged into the hard drive Monitor not turned on Incorrect, missing, or corrupted video driver
  10. 10.  Network Provider not working properly Network adapters and switch ports do not match