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Part 1: Background and Basics

Part 1: Background and Basics

Chapter 1 is an overview of basic computer terms, concepts, and operations. It explains the essentials of the different types of memory that your Macintosh uses, and the different methods used to store data, as well as some specifics about other common hardware, especially monitors and printers. It also delves into the mysteries of the System Folder.

Chapter 2 covers preventative maintenance. It begins with an overview of the causes of Macintosh problems. The middle section describes the important software tools you need to make your repairs. The final section describes a general set of routine maintenance procedures designed to keep your Macintosh out of trouble.

Chapter 3 provides a set of general strategies for solving problems. With these skills, you will be ready to tackle almost any problem that comes your way, even if it is not specifically covered in this book.



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