The Complete Idiot's Guide to CD-ROM

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Que, 1995 - Computers - 327 pages
The book's friendly format combines solid instructions with a witty style that takes the fear out of shopping for, configuring and using CD-ROM systems. TechnoNerd Teaches, OOPS!, E-Z shortcuts, and Speak like a Geek tips help users throughout the book. Includes free CD-ROM sampler that contains game demos, sound, animation, MIDI files, video clips and more.

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License to Shop
What Is a CDROM and Why Do I Want One?
The Speeds the Thing

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John Pivovarnick is a writer, actor, and director who has worked on such films as Twelve Monkeys, Rat Bastard, and Fallen.

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