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A Letter On Behalf of the World’s PC Fixers

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Barence writes “PC Pro’s Steve Cassidy has written a letter on behalf of all the put-upon techies who’ve ever been called by a friend to fix their PC. His bile is directed at a friend who put a DVD bought on holiday into their laptop, and then wondered what went wrong. ‘Once you stuck that DVD in there and started saying ‘yes, OK’ to every resulting dialog box, you sank the whole thing,’ Cassidy writes. ‘It doesn’t take 10 minutes to sort that out; it requires a complete machine reload to properly guarantee the infection is history. No, there is no neat and handy way I’ve been keeping secret that allows you to retain your extensive collection of stolen software licenses loaded on that laptop. I do disaster recovery, not disaster participation.”"

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