How anyone can fix and rev up PCs
A totally non-intimidating, visual, step-by-step guide to emergency repairs, essential routine maintenance, and upgrading tasks for your computer. The guide includes the information a user needs to solve nine out of ten computer malfunctions, and even includes detailed, easy-to-follow instructions on how to turn your computer into a multimedia system. (IBM)
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