Presentation on theme: "To Err Is Human Presented by. Before We Get Started Please turn your cell phones to stun. Restrooms are down the hall and on the right We’ll take a 5."— Presentation transcript:
Before We Get Started Please turn your cell phones to stun. Restrooms are down the hall and on the right We’ll take a 5 minute break around 11:00 a.m. If you have questions about your own computer, please save those questions until the end.
When you receive a “Page Can’t Be Displayed” Message: 1)Stop. Take a deep breath – do not click anywhere! 2)Ask yourself these questions: 1)Have I ever been on this page before? 1)If yes, then ask “Are other webpages working?” 2)If no, then ask “Are other webpages working?”
If other web pages are not working, check your Internet connection. 1) Look at the modem. Is it on? Are the proper lights lit? 2) If you have a separate router, is it on? Are the proper lights lit?
If other web pages are working: 1)If you typed the link, check your typing – especially, look for spaces or misspelled words 2)If you clicked on the link from somewhere else, go back and check other links.
Reasons you may get a ‘Cannot Display” error message: 1) Your computer is offline. 2) The server which hosts the page is offline. 3) There is something wrong with the page.
Reasons for a 404 error: 1)The page no longer exists (it was deleted) 2)The page has been moved (the URL is different) 3)The page never existed – you typed it wrong or whomever created a link typed it incorrectly.
Send error reports to Microsoft, Apple or whomever! Reasons: 1) No personal information is shared. 2) Someone actually looks at the raw data. 3) Sometimes, you will be directed to a page with possible fix(es).