This book is written for the PC technician and troubleshooter who may be facing a PC problem, but has no idea what is causing it. It is also useful for the PC user who might know which of their PC's subsystems is in trouble, but are just not sure how to remedy the situation. Either way, this book points the reader to a series of step-by-step instructions and flowcharts to follow. Including information on Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Linux, this is an essential tool for anyone who needs to find PC information quickly and efficiently. The reader starts off by consulting the Troubleshooting Roadmap, which points them to the right section of the book that will give them the answer. Additionally, checklists and a quick reference of the top-ten PC problems are included so the remedies to common issues are easy to find. Readers can also search by system or symptom to solve computer problems fast. Following our success with Jean Andrews' Upgrade and Repair title, readers can now have a quick reference to answer their most common problems if they do not want all of the background information that "Upgrade and Repair with Jean Andrews" (1-59200-112-2) provides. Updated for currency with many tips, suggestions, and solutions, "Troubleshoot Your PC with Jean Andrews: A Pocket Guide" helps individuals diagnose computer problems with ease and speed. It also includes supplemental information from Jean Andrews' other successful titles, such as "A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, Fifth Edition," "A+ Guide to Software, Third Edition," and "A+ Guide to Hardware, Third Edition," for a truly integrated learning experience.
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