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I would like to formally and personally thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to visit this Website. We, the team of people that worked so hard to create and publish this Website, sincerely hope you enjoy your visit today and in the days, weeks, months and years to come.  We welcome you to this website and look forward to your regular visits.

One important component of this website missing from its menus and links are the accolades to everyone individually who contributed to making this site a reality, directly and indirectly.

First and foremost I thank God for all his blessings and answers to my prayers. He has provided me with a very special gift, the people that are a part of my life each and every day. Without him, none of this would be possible.

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Smoke can harm your computer. The smoke can adhere to the hard drive and destroy all your data, leaving your data completely unrecoverable. Designate the room with your computer equipment a "No Smoking Zone" to preserve your equipment and reduce the risk of data loss.
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Your computer can recover from a liquid spill. Turn off your computer immediately. Rotate your computer in such a way that the liquid flows away from the components. Let the liquid leak onto a dry towel or paper towels. Change the towel(s) regularly to ensure the moisture is not sitting and going back into the computer. Once the obvious moisture is absorbed, call us to make arrangements to get your computer to us as soon as possible. While we cannot guarantee we can save your PC, we will do all we can to make it a reality. Sooner is much better than later.
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Chain emails are not safe. Chain emails can be an opportunity for hackers and spammers to gain valid email addresses. When you get a chain email, do everyone a favor and delete it. Don’t subject anyone else to any more spam than they already get.
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You should create the recovery discs right away when you purchase a new computer. These discs can save money and time in the event of a hardware failure. If you don’t make the discs right away, the image used to create the discs can be lost or corrupted and unusable. So make the discs right away and put them in a secure location you will remember in the event they are needed at a later date.
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You need to backup your data regularly. If you create documents, add pictures or add music to your computer, this is critical. In the event there is a hardware failure that affects your hard drive, your data may be lost forever. Back up your data to an external hard drive or CD/DVDs. The more frequently you do it the less loss you will suffer when a problem occurs. We recommend automated backups so it always happens. And if possible, store it somewhere else in the event there is a theft, fire or natural disaster.