19 Situations When IT Experts Couldn't Believe Their Own Eyes

    19 Situations When IT Experts Couldn't Believe Their Own Eyes

    19 Situations When IT Experts Couldn't Believe Their Own Eyes
    Greg
    5:31 PM EDT, July 25, 2023, updated: 3:23 PM EDT, July 30, 2023

    'Have you tried switching it off and on again?' - this is by far the most common sentence IT technicians use whenever they are called for help. Sometimes, when they arrive at the scene, they have no words to describe what they get there. Luckily, pictures will tell you all!

    #19 'I have been trying to connect all these ports. Will they work?'

    hellkey-/ reddit
    hellkey-/ reddit

    #18 I guess we all know why the internet didn't work

    goodooggoo / reddit
    goodooggoo / reddit

    #17 A Xerox printer called it 'Error 072-210'

    DarrenCax / reddit
    DarrenCax / reddit

    #16 'There is no Internet upstairs. Can you check the cable?'

    Imgur
    Imgur

    #15 It's not a muffin. It's just a PC fan covered with a thick layer of dust

    Reddit/ElvenFireball
    Reddit/ElvenFireball

    #14 All in all, dust and computers don’t go together

    Imgur
    Imgur

    #13 This is what high laptop temperatures result in

    Reddit/isawamouseboss
    Reddit/isawamouseboss

    #12 When a customer takes 'virus infection' very literally

    Reddit/fatkiddown
    Reddit/fatkiddown

    #11 The user manual for this printer was somewhat ambiguous

    Reddit/NotagoK
    Reddit/NotagoK

    #10 'I inserted the flash drive and somehow it wouldn't work.'

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    Imgur

    #9 'Of course you can charge your phone. Just find a free socket.'

    Reddit/maxthesketcher
    Reddit/maxthesketcher

    #8 Modern problems call for modern solutions

    Reddit/Popal24
    Reddit/Popal24

    #7 When the angle is slightly beyond the limit

    Reddit/EagleEye559
    Reddit/EagleEye559

    #6 When you are using the toilet, could you see to the router? The internet is so slow...'

    Reddit/getoutofthepool
    Reddit/getoutofthepool

    #5 This is what sitting on a laptop leads to

    Reddit/clemboy500
    Reddit/clemboy500

    #4 'The customer said he fixed it somehow, yet it still isn't working.'

    Reddit/kikindemain
    Reddit/kikindemain

    #3 'They said it wasn't going to be anything serious.'

    Reddit/KryptonianITSupport
    Reddit/KryptonianITSupport

    #2 'So you're saying that an ant colony does have an impact on the PC?'

    Reddit/KootokuOne
    Reddit/KootokuOne

    #1 No matter how many cables you are tangled with, always stay elegant!

    deadkk / reddit
    deadkk / reddit
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