Oops! the PC problem solver anybody can use

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Que, Aug 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 446 pages
A light-hearted handbook for reluctant computer users, this book builds the reader's confidence by teaching how to deal with, how to avoid, and how to recover from each of the most commonly encountered computer mishaps--including how to avoid accidentally formatting a disk and what to do if a file is mistakenly erased.

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Introduction 3
Start Here Before Things Go Wrong
How to Keep Your System

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About the author (1994)

Michael Miller is a top eBay seller and a successful and prolific author. He has a reputation for practical, real-world advice and an unerring empathy for the needs of his readers.

Mr. Miller has written more than 50 how-to and reference books in the past 15 years for Que and other major publishers. His books for Que include "Absolute Beginner's Guide to eBay, Absolute Beginner's Guide to Computer Basics," and "Absolute Beginner's Guide to Upgrading and Fixing Your PC," He is known for his casual, easy-to-read writing style and his ability to explain a wide variety of complex topics to an everyday audience.

Mr. Miller is also president of The Molehill Group, a strategic consulting and authoring firm based in Carmel, Indiana. You can email Mr. Miller directly at ebay-business@molehillgroup.com. His Web site is located at www.molehillgroup.com.

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