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Half splitting to solve difficult problems.

Posted 12-25-2018 at 05:52 PM by Habitual

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Are you racking your brain trying to solve a particularly difficult computer problem? If so, we may have the answer.
Find out how the technique of half splitting can help you troubleshoot those really tough problems.


Part one of this series discussed troubleshooting basics. Part two outlined the practice of troubleshooting from the general to the specific.
Part three addressed the methodologies used to narrow the scope of your analysis. In this article, the final part of the super geek series,
Iím heading into the deep end of the troubleshooting pool. Iím going to share my secrets for troubleshooting the really tough problems,
the ones that leave mere mortal geeks scratching their heads and wondering what theyíve missed.
Learn how you can use the technique of half splitting to save your sanity when troubleshooting a difficult problem.

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