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Computer Troubleshooting

Anyone who uses a computer knows how frustrating it is when things go wrong for no apparent reason or when an incomprehensible 'error message' precedes a catastrophic crash. This new, fully updated edition will show you how to troubleshoot methodically and resolve all manner of common problems with hardware devices, Windows (including XP and Vista), the internet and e-mail. It will also tell you how to take preventative measures and recover from disaster, and includes a new section on the advanced file recovery and back-up features in Vista. Aimed at all levels of computer user, this manual also includes a comprehensive checklist of known bugs and problems.
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Fully updated to include Windows XP and Vista.A methodological approach to fault diagnosis. Resolving common computer hardware problems. Understanding system conflicts. Decoding Windows error messages. Dealing with difficulties on the internet. Taking preventative measures. Disaster recovery. Extensive glossary of known problems.

About the Author

The authors, Kyle MacRae and Gary Marshall, are freelance journalists and writers living in Scotland. They contribute technology and internet features to magazines and the UK national press, with a strong focus on debunking jargon, explaining how things work in plain English and helping to make everyday computing accessible to all.

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