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How many years have you worked with computer hardware?


How many computers have you personally built and fixed over the years? (Estimate)


What was the hardest issue that you have been confronted with while fixing a computer?


How comfortable do you feel when assisting others with their computer problems?


How well do you work with others in a team environment?


What would you tell someone if they called you and stating that their system goes to a black screen after loading windows 7 with their new video card? What steps would you take them through to troubleshoot the error?


How would you set up an SLI system?


What would cause a motherboard to turn on but not post or beep? What steps would you take the customer through to check for installation problems?


What is the most important component to you when building a gaming computer system and why is it the most important component?


Do you have experience with raid configurations and/or liquid cooling configurations? If so what was the hardest issue that you had to troubleshoot with either?