The progression of a computer problem [Comic]

Intentionally or otherwise, I’m sure most, if not all, dotTechies have run across computer issues. From personal experience, I can attest to how, at the start of the problem, I am motivated to fix it all and get everything back to like it was. As time goes on, however, and I fail to fix anything, my standards and expectations of what I can and will fix become lower and lower to the point that I simply want my computer to run again. In other words, the following comic is extremely accurate. Check it out:

computer_issues_comic

[via xkcd]

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  1. Grantwhy

    I’m not quite that bad, but I do have a habit if spending 5 minutes fixing a problem on a computer and then spending hours finding and fixing problems that may not be actual problems for the people who own/use those computer :-p