Hairstyling tips for computer users

Gibbs, Mark
September 1999
Network World;09/06/99, Vol. 16 Issue 36, p86
Trade Publication
Narrates problems arising from a computer virus misdiagnosis caused by a macro fragment in a document e-mailed by the author to a business colleague. Misdiagnosis of the document as containing the Jerk virus; Problems caused by the installation of Norton SystemWorks; Resolution of the computer as reset to VGA; Author's inability to locate the CD key for his Microsoft Office 2000 software suite.


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