Troubleshooting Your PC for Dummies

5 July 2008 |

Wow! This book made it to the second edition. Who’d have thunk that there was that much PC trouble out there?

Ah. The innocent. The naïve. The newbies. . . .

For the uninitiated, I have news for you: Trouble lurks around your computer like teenagers at the mall. That’s why you need this book! It uncovers the secrets and the power lurking beneath the goofy-colored Windows shell. Trouble will run scared and naked as you merely show this book’s cover to your computer monitor. No more waiting on hold to get the answers! No more reinstalling Windows! The truth, well, it’s in here!

Computers aren’t supposed to die or crash or hang or bomb or toss a hissy fit for no apparent reason. But, as any computer owner knows, computers often don’t do what they’re told. In it-was-working-yesterday syndrome, for some reason your computer decides that today is a different day and so it will act up. And in the who-owns-the-problem? issue, you have to decide whether the printer isn’t working because of the printer itself or because of Windows or because of the application that’s trying to print. I won’t even bore you with random Internet-disconnect problems, dead mice, monitors thrust into stupid mode, and a myriad of other problems — because these and other issues are all adequately covered, cured, and remedied throughout this handy little book.

Oh! And that Dummies thing? Face it: Anyone who uses a computer feels intimidated enough. It’s not that you’re a dummy, but dealing with these plastic and silicon monsters certainly makes anyone feel like a dummy. Relax! It’s the For Dummies approach that lets you recognize that it’s you who is in charge of your PC’s destiny. You can tame the beast! This book shows you how...

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