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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Computing Suggestions

1. Don't drop your computer. Don't assume that it'll be ok if it only falls a short distance (like off the endtable that it will be ok. You know that old addage about ASS-U-ME-ing.

2. Never hit the reformat button in haste. Sure you may not think you have all that much to loose, but chances are you haven't fully considered how much you've done since your last backup. Which brings me to #3.

3. Always back up your information. Yes, it's time consuming. No, you don't WANT to do it at the end of the day. But life has a way of presenting the same lesson to you over and over until you learn it. Back it up! Back it UP!

4. Just because you think you can fix it, doesn't mean you can. Don't be too eager to save a buck and try to fix it yourself, or you could end up, like me, totally screwed, meaning lost data, computer that still doesn't work, a little bit of an anxiety attack, etc. etc. Calling a professional first is the suggested route, because after all...they're a professional! You'll probably have to call them any way, but if you wait you'll be paying them extra to clean up your mess and there's a good chance that you will have made it impossible for them to fully fix your problem, which really stings BTW. It feels much better being smart enough to call a professional first, than having the realization that your not smart enough to fix the problem yourself and you just messed everything up.

So, this doesn't have much to do with mortgages, but it's definately helpful, so I just wanted to make sure that I throw it out there. So, I hope you guys are having a better time with your computers than I'm having right now! Wish me luck!