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I work for a large IT company and sometimes trouble shooting a computer requires the customer taking a photo and sending it too us.


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    Anonymoose

    My first impression was long the lines of, “So, there’s a language barrier? Not exceptional.” Looking over it, and thoroughly convinced that’s not any existing language other than glitched out English, I’m really freakin’ glad I didn’t have to deal with that issue.

    Were you actually able to talk them through this, or just talk them through the comprehension of how fucked they were?

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    Dreth

    If it was the video card, why would you need to mess with the mobo?

    Was it on-board video?

    hufnmouth

    Possible buffer overflow. Check RAM for Mem I/O issues. User may have a virus that f’d with some of the hardware. It’s least likely, but possible due to the extent of the error. Fix MBR, R&R the RAM, or a rebuild may solve the problem.

    asymon

    My first bet is “Dwarvish” (or memory fail)

    bloth

    This is awesome.