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Software applications, general-purpose computers.

Weber's Troubleshooting Rules

strategieà «n binaire opties These rules certainly apply to software of all kinds, and electrical engineering, but they are also basic enough to apply to interpersonal issues, group dynamics, etc.

  1. Is it plugged in?
  2. Is it turned on?
  3. Is it working as designed?
  4. What’s changed since it worked?
  5. What don’t you know?
  6. Who haven’t you talked to?
  7. Simplify!

Troubleshooting Rule #4: What's changed since it worked?

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Troubleshooting Rule #7: Simplify!

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Troubleshooting Rule #6: Who haven't you talked to?

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Troubleshooting Rule #5: What don't you know?

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  1. “Dang it, I can’t solve this problem, because I lack X piece of information.”
  2. “Therefore, I could maybe solve this problem if I could only know X.”
  3. “Wait - maybe I can know X?”

Troubleshooting Rule #3: Is it working as designed?

Sometimes you start by troubleshooting assuming something’s broken, when really it’s just not working the way you expected. Put another way, it’s “working as designed” - but you and the designer miscommunicated, or disagreed.

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Ithaca Journal covers my SHIP site

The Ithaca Journal published an article [no longer available online] about my SHIP site and the new maps I’ve been working on. Thanks, Krisy!

Here’s a direct link to the newest map, which is mainly cool because you can click on it to see details. I’ll be integrating that into the other maps soon.

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Troubleshooting Rule #2: Is it turned on?

While troubleshooting, another embarrassing discovery is that the thing in question isn’t working because you didn’t turn it on. This rule could come first, as in some sense it’s more basic than Rule #1, but for the simple AC-powered appliance, you have to plug it in before you can turn it on, so I list it second.

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Troubleshooting Rule #1: Is it plugged in?

The first in my series of troubleshooting rules:

A surprising number of day-to-day problems are solved when you realize that the thing just isn’t plugged in. Oops.

The obvious sense of “plugged in” is “plugged into the mains supply” - the AC wall outlet.

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