solving pc problems

  octaves 14:27 01 Sep 2003
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looking to buy software for "system repair". Any reccomendations?
thanks
Greg

  spikeychris 15:56 01 Sep 2003

Please elaborate..

  sdf 16:02 01 Sep 2003

I dont know the type of problems you are having but since I put Norton System Works 2003 on my previously fairly troublesom system I've had nothing but a smooth ride. Expensive - but it seems to work. I don't know if there are any comparible products that may impact one's wallet less?

  xania 16:22 01 Sep 2003

Norton System Works 2003 expensive? It may have been when it first came out, but its now going on Ebay at £12 a kick.

  sdf 16:24 01 Sep 2003

Fair Comment. Still if you go to dabs it'll set you back £50 or something

  pj123 16:26 01 Sep 2003

solving pc problems. That's here on the PCA Forum. Costs nothing except your time checking the responses, and, I might add letting everyone know when it is resolved.

  xania 16:27 01 Sep 2003

Someone's having a laugh!!!

  hugh-265156 16:43 01 Sep 2003

you can "repair" your system without the need for expensive software.use windows built in defrag cleanup and chkdsk tools and a few free dowloads.

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