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#1 MystyDeb


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Posted 05 December 2006 - 06:20 PM


Im Deb. My husband is a computer software designer and is very talented at computers. I am a mom of 5 kids and I am very talented at messing computers up.

When I have a problem, I try very hard to fix it myself rather than go to my husband for a couple of reasons. First, he talks way above my level of understanding and also, I want to learn. I hate feeling like a dummy when Im talking to him. So, I try...and I screw up the computer.

My biggest problem is that I always think..."I did something" to it. I am slowly learning that the computer gets messed up all by itself sometimes (MS updates, viruses, old drivers). I have come a long way this last year since I got my new laptop and I look forward now to having these forums to help me!! And who knows...maybe I can help someone else along the way...or I can ask my husband for you :thumbsup:


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Posted 05 December 2006 - 11:39 PM

One of the happy personalities of the forums here at BC is that, since everyone is a user instead of a technical guru, answers are given in as plain and straightforward manner as the problems allow.
You can learn at your own pace, ask questions without fear of snobbery, and get help if you have a problem.
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