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Our "Newsletter" speaks from experiences we have
encountered in our repair shops and on-site work. If you have a
hardware problem, or just need some unbiased advice from a group who
is not trying to sell you something, then send us an e-mail
and we'll get right back to you.
this weeks "Never
Pay for the "Full" Version of the New Microsoft Windows
Vista / Win7 Operating System"
"FILES" Section has some great
utility files to download including the famous "Power Desk"
and "Sandra" or do a search on CNET's
Download Web Site.
you need small parts like short screws or extra small jumpers for
your hard drive or longer ribbon or power cables or just any kind of
part large or small then check out a place called CyberGuys
and ask for their catalog as soon as possible
you are thinking of buying a larger hard drive then take a serious
look at these two products, that we have used quite often, from Terabyte
Unlimited & Acronis's
in a Laptop ?? Check out the Toshiba
Series for the low price of $499 at Tiger
Direct on-line, about $30 to ship overnight and some states NO
sales tax. Also shop for larger parts like hard drives, video cards,
etc. at NewEgg.
about some fun stuff for your favorite "Computer Geek" or
that "Neighborhood Guru" that helped out you or your
businesss !!! See what ComputerGear
has for them.
to add more memory, but don't know what module to buy for your brand
of computer?? Just go to Crucial.com
a division of Micron for an easy way to find your correct chip at a
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