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Archive: Totaled – January 14, 2005

February 20th, 2008

(This podcast is pulled “from the archives” and presented here as a service to more recent listeners — Douglas)

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Just as a car can be “totaled” after an accident, I am running into more and more computers that should be “totaled”, as well. A piece of Spyware can have infected someone’s machine so badly a complete rebuild is in order and the cost of my time to do that is simply more than the computer is worth. While I can understand this with older systems, running Windows 98 or 2000, I am starting to see this effect even on computers that are only a few years old. Even in our current “disposable society”, I still have major issues with telling my clients to “throw it away and get a new one.” That said, I understand that the clients would be better off spending their money on a new computer, rather than paying for my time to fix their old one.

This Friday: February 22, 2008: Are you prepared for whatever might happen?


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