If you buy a new Macintosh, you instantly become the owner of not one buttwo OSes--all Macs now ship with OS 9 and OS X preinstalled. The good news:You get the best of both worlds. The bad news: You also get the potentialproblems inherent in each OS. Mac 911 is the rare book that providestroubleshooting tips for both operating systems. Divided into three mainsections, Mac 911 not only offers quick-and-dirty fixes for whatails your Macintosh, it also includes projects that show you how to get themost out of your Mac.

The first section of Mac 911 focuses on troubleshooting startupproblems and Finder mishaps, and gives you the tools and techniques youneed when applications go bad in either OS X or OS 9. In section two,author Chris Breen explores the untapped potential of the Mac. Learnhow to upgrade your Mac, set up a network and use AirPort, build a backupserver, create an MP3 server, play games on a network--in other words, makeyour Mac a veritable "digital hub" connected to today's peripherals andtechnologies. And don't miss the eclectic section three, which includes alist of cool doodads, software, and Web sites, as well as more tips andtricks.

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