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Last updated: June 1, 2020.

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The IT crowd – Truest moment about tech support

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Moss and Roy show what Tech support sometimes acts like. Or more precisely: what end-users seem like to qualified personnel.

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Izzy's Travel Diaries says:

I worked in IT support. I had a situation almost exactly like Roy's. Except for the eating. We would only snack cookies from the drawer.

Patricia Gonzalez says:

1:34 what I hear anytime my brothers try explaining techy things to me 🤦‍♀️😅

UGF Pandas Official Highlights says:

I find 01189998819991197253 will solve anything

Laura Scarciglia says:

My Collegue 1000% 😂😂😂😂i cant!!!!

jeniel cross says:

nice caller to trun it

Carlos Rodrigues says:

Moss – When I graduated University.

Roy – Me, now, almost ten years later of IT work.

ExtremeFear says:

I'm the office's unofficial IT. Coworker comes to me and says her laptop doesn't work right. I tried turning it on, it doesn't turn on.

I ask her to turn it on to see what she does. She flips the laptop facedown and starts hitting it many times.
I'm like, "jesus christ lady, this is a laptop not a fucking drum!"

She said it was the only way to turn it on. My guess was that she either slapped a ram card loose or the battery.

The things these people do. Another time she closed her laptop on a pen. And shoved it in her bag. When she opened it, the screen was busted and the keyboard was dented.

Barnacle MAN says:

This is so true lol

Anthony Kristofferson Alonzo says:

We wait because most people don't think before calling for tech support sometimes its just unplugged.

Dregoth says:

This is how it goes, for real.

Jose Manuel Pau Gamez says:

Best comedy show ever by far 😂😂

Paul Masters says:

It's funny if you translate this to almost any other specialist profession like say a mechanic or electrician maybe a plumber you wouldn't expect an untrained customer to know much about what is wrong… It's almost as if IT guys are complete assholes and reading the comments here kinda confirms that… But this show was great.

MrAlumni72 says:

Remember the days when IT wasn't even something people assumed they could understand? My first computer-related job had me using an AT&T 8086 with a 10mb hdd. This was when you had to 'park' the disk before turning the computer off or it would spin down and stop at a tilt, and you wouldn't be able to get it to start again the next day. Well, the Toshiba drives were notorious for doing this anyway over the course of time, but only the 10mb drives – the 20mb ones were fine. But you couldn't get it replaced unless the IT guy who came to fix your problem wasn't aware of the temporary fix for the 10mb drive – they called it "percussive maintenance" (and they all knew about it, of course). Basically, smack the PC on the side with your fist and it should knock the disk back onto an even keel and it would start. Only with the 10mb drives, eventually even this wouldn't work, and the drive was gone forever. Mine had the corporate balance sheet, income statement and funds flow (for a corporation with over 100k employees, Fortune 100 at the time) – they refused to replace the drive, just telling me to keep smacking it, and it eventually died – taking the company's ability to balance its books with it.

Jamie Hav0k says:

Anyone else find people who say "i'm in I.T extremely annoying. Most people who say this only know 1 small sector and actually know fuck all about I.T!

Timsalt3100 says:

You need to turn it on, you do know how a button works 😂😂

Solomon Parker says:

I help my dad with his chromebook on which he is basically capable of watching YouTube. The other week, it wasn't working. I asked him to unplug the monitor (separate larger monitor is basically his tv). Instead of removing the HDMI plug from the jack, he literally ripped the HDMI-DVI adapter plug in half because he didn't ubscrew it first. Of course he is incapable of describing the situation to me so I go to his house (like a week later) and find what I described above. The chromebook was also unplugged from power and in some stuck state. Plugged in, forced reboot, everything working fine, I told him he could use it that way until I got a new adapter. Despite being a two year old chromebook, this machine had NEVER been unplugged from power before this time, and has never not been hooked to an external monitor, mouse, and keyboard.

There is a piece of masking tape across the built in webcam lens.

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