The complete idiot's guide to CD-ROM

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Alpha Books, 1994 - Computers - 297 pages
Targeted at the thousands of people who are considering or have recently purchased a CD-ROM, this book gives details needed to make an informed purchase decision, then how to install, configure, and use CD-ROM drives on a PC or Mac. It also provides information about different kinds of software available for CD-ROM drives all in a lighthearted style that makes information easy to understand.

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Anyone who can write 286 pages about CD-ROM's has to be a genius.


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