Troubleshooting Your PC

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Microsoft Press, 2001 - Microcomputers - 362 pages
Trouble with your PC? What do you do if your hard disk crashes or all you see are black lines on your monitor? With this handy "Troubleshooting" guide, it's easy to pinpoint -- and solve -- your own hardware and software problems. Fast! Each section opens with a troubleshooting chart to help quickly diagnose the source of the problem. It offers clear, step-by-step solutions to try right away, plus a full chapter of things to do to stay out of trouble or learn a new trick. Continuous support via the Troubleshooting "Latest Solutions" Web site provides monthly updates on additional problem solving information. Books in the "Troubleshooting" series are colorful, superbly organized, and easy to read, giving even novice users the confidence to fix it themselves -- without sending their PCs to the shop or wasting time on futile trial and error.

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Contents

My computer crashes after it has been working for a while
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Computer hardware and Windows
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Windows says some hardware isnt working properly
26
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Stone is an award-winning freelance writer and computer industry consultant with special areas of expertise in storage, displays, printers, scanners, digital cameras, and word processing. His 25 years of experience in writing about science and technology includes a nearly 20-year concentration on PC hardware and software.

Poor is one of the most widely-read experts on computer troubleshooting and upgrades. He is an independent technology industry analyst and freelance writer.

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