Macintosh Troubleshooting Pocket Guide for Mac OS

Macintosh Troubleshooting Pocket Guide for Mac OS

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The press has called Tekserve Corporation, the idiosyncratic Macintosh repair store in New York City, qThe Epicenter of Mac Culture in NYCq, qThe leader in Apple triage servicesq and qwarm and eclectic - maybe even a little eccentricq.Unfortunately, not everyone can get down to Tekserve's West 23rd St location for the clear, down-to-earth Mac troubleshooting advice that Tekserve's owners dispense. For the rest of us, O'Reilly a Associates has published the Macintosh Troubleshooting Pocket Guide ($12.95) written by David Lerner and Aaron Freimark, of qthe world's best Macintosh repair shopq.This slim pocket guide has the answers to frequently asked Macintosh troubleshooting questions. Imagine the quirky record store in the movie qHigh Fidelity, q or the popular qCar Talkq show on National Public Radio, and you'll have a good idea of this book's flavor.Tekserver has long provided its customers with a free qFrequently Asked Questionsq document. We recently discovered this FAQ sheet and realized that-- like New York itself-- it was too good to leave just for the New Yorkers. With the help of Tekserve, we turned this FAQ sheet into the Macintosh Troubleshooting Pocket Guide.The Macintosh Troubleshooting Pocket Guide covers the most common user hardware and software trouble, from disks stuck in drives to lost files. It's not just a book for Mac OS X (although it includes tips for OS X and Jaguar, the latest release), it's for anyone who owns a Mac of any type-- there are software tips going back as far as OS 6. The Macintosh Troubleshooting Pocket Guide distills the answers to the urgent questions that Tekserve's employee's answer every week into a handy guide that fits in your back pocket or alongside your keyboard.Basically, when your drivea#39;s directory is scrambled, anything that writes to the disk has the potential to do harm. ... you can go backwards, but wea#39;ve had Norton crash in the middle of a repair, and the Undo file itself was corrupted or incomplete.

Title:Macintosh Troubleshooting Pocket Guide for Mac OS
Author:David Lerner, Aaron Freimark, Tekserve Corporation
Publisher:"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2002-11-20


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