New Website

Some of you may have noticed my new website.  If you peruse it, you may notice that it is not quite complete. . . .but give me some time and it will be!  Also I'd like to know what questions you may have about computers.

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For Sale

I usually turn over my hardware every couple of years (sometimes sooner), which could be a benefit for you--I'm offering everything to you at a discount before I list it on Ebay. As many of you know I try to always buy the best and most functional. So you get only well-tested high quality. And, of course, I just have one of each, so when they are gone, they are gone. I prefer to sell them locally so no shipping is involved.

If you want Sprint wireless broadband for any laptop with a PC card slot, I am selling my Sprint Sierra Wireless Aircard 595 which fits in a tablet PC or laptop PC card slot (also called PCMCIA). You can go to Sprint's website to find out where it has broadband coverage. Sprint has the best and speediest coverage of any carrier and you get better speed than dial-up and close to true broadband speeds. If you take it with you traveling, it enables you to find what you need on the road--lodging, phone numbers, whatever the internet can provide. Here's a review of the card. If you already have Sprint wireless broadband and want the best PC card manufactured for it, this is it. Only $45 and it's yours. You will probably have to go to a Sprint store to change the activation.

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Gift Certificates

What do all of us want for a gift?  Something easy to obtain andGift Certificates useful?  A few people have asked me about gift certificates in the past and I now have them available for everyone.  For a limited time, purchase 5 hours of computer services and I'll throw in a free hour!  You can use these certificates yourself or give them to a friend or relative.  And not only can you save by purchasing them now, but if prices should rise in the future, you will have saved yourself by paying the lower price now. 

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Common Problems


Ever click on a program and it never starts or you can't get it to end?  Of course, it happens to all of us from time to time.  Here's how to get it started or stopped.  Hold down the CTRL and ALT keys and hit Delete.  This will open Task Manager, (or, in Vista, you will have to click on Task Manager to open it). Then, Click on the tab for Processes.  Look for the name of your program.  If Outlook, look for multiple running Outlook's.   Find the one using the most memory.  Click on it, click on End Process, Click End Process again and Outlook should work.  If only one instance of the program is running, follow the same procedure, ignoring all warnings, then you should be able to restart the program.  If all else fails reboot your computer!

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