from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To work or serve as a troubleshooter.
- transitive v. To investigate as a troubleshooter; determine and settle problems with: "cited the service it performed in trouble-shooting an employee problem” ( Vance Packard).
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- v. To analyze or diagnose a problem to the point of determining a solution.
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- v. solve problems
It's for this reason I had to rifle through America's past as I wanted to try 'troubleshoot' this situation, and I keep stumbling over the same problem: the assumptions set out at the Philadelphia Convention of 1787 to this day are the cause of the symptoms seen with this guy.
"Over the past six to 12 months, obviously, we've been in a mode to plan and research and kind of troubleshoot," he said.
Granted it is less expensive, but keep in mind that if you have a cartridge refilled, sometimes this disables the function on your computer to "troubleshoot" any printer ink issues.
Nice - I guess I prefer using the operating system that really doesn't need a "troubleshoot" feature.
To me, the best lifestyle is having free time and not having to answer the phone, not having to be "on call", not having to "troubleshoot".
I did not get that feeling though from MacDrive and didn't wait to try to "troubleshoot" or work with the vendor.
Using it and properly burning it (using ImgBurn) allows you to "troubleshoot" as it is the only media that is more-or-less
"With the F-22 program, the troubleshoot is a lot different from the F-15.
"compatibility mode" (type "troubleshoot" in the Control Panel's search box to get to Win 7's Program Compatibility Troubleshooter).
Possibly this is also where my technical background comes into play: as a technician I am used to service, troubleshoot and, if possible, improve equipment.