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New Mac OS X troubleshooting e-book available


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New Mac OS X troubleshooting e-book available
August 29, 2003 - 08:52 EDT The X Lab has published Troubleshooting Mac OS X, a new e-book dedicated to preventing or resolving common problems with Mac OS X. The 300+ page e-book is hyperlinked and cross-referenced, making it easy for readers to quickly find solutions to Mac OS X problems. Troubleshooting Mac OS X is written by Dr. Smoke, the screen name of a "Helper" on Apple's Discussion boards. Pricing begins at US$15.00 for a single-user license -- multi-user and site licenses are also available.
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is this book for OSX, OSX2 or OSX3... i am sorry but when i saw some of the differences between X and X2 i went and got another (actually 2) books on OSX2. thanks
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No clue actually. What I would probably do is contact the creator and ask them. Cheers!
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I installed Leopard 10.5.4 on my eMac. Did not know OS9 was not supported by Leopard and find that note pad in OS9 has many of my passwords etc .
Is there any way I can access the note pad and get my info? I tried using an external drive with the info, but found my other eMac ; which supports OS9 , showed the note pad empty? Anyone know if there is a cure?
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