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Obtaining Technical Support
It can be very difficult to troubleshoot a problem with your PC, especially a complicated one. This is of course the reason that I wrote this Troubleshooting and Repair Guide. However, there are many situations under which you may not want to use the specific troubleshooting guidelines and procedures on this site. Among them:
This chapter of the Troubleshooting Guide discusses various alternatives to troubleshooting a problem yourself. You have many different options available to you when you are looking for help with PC problems. It may actually surprise you how many ways technical support can be obtained. If one does not help you, another may, so be creative and persistent. Most problems can be solved with a bit of work.
Tip: If you can't get assistance
through "official channels", you may be able to get assistance with your problem
by using The PC Guide Discussion Forums.