What commonly causes this error can range from simply failing to turn the computer on or plugging it in, to deleting an important system file, and oftentimes due to downloading malware and viruses without knowledge of what comes in packaged downloads. (Smileys, Signatures, Email Backgrounds...etc.)
Person: Yes, I received an email saying I should delete a file call "rundll32" from my windows directory because it's a virus. Should I be worried? Because my friends have it too. My computer wont start anymore.
IT Guy: Don't panic, its just User Error #ID10T.
IT Guy: Yeah, a faulty condition exists between the logic processing unit and the operational control modules.
Support guy: Hello and welcome to Blandy Technical support, My name is Rick, How may I help you this evening?
Person: Yes, My Blandy computer is acting up. Your computers are a piece of crap!
Support guy: I'm sorry that you're having an issue with our computers. I can assure you we'll do what we can to satisfy our customers. Can you tell me when you started having the issues, and what are they?
Person: Well, I bought your Blandy laptop last may, and every time I drop it, It turns off! I keep losing my work and its annoying! Also, now its making this annoying grinding sound since I took it to the beach. I tried blowing in the disk drive but all it did was make it worse! Then I spilled coffee all over my laptop and it was fine until I put it in the sink to wash it! Now it doesn't even turn on!!!
Support guy: It sounds like you have an Error #ID10T.
Person: ID10T?? Whats that mean?
Support guy: It means that an issue exists between the keyboard and the chair.
Person: What? I don't get it?
Support guy: You're an idiot. Get it now?