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John Hedtke writes:> Date: 2007/11/19 Mon PM 03:46:40 EST
> Very easy. ...
> ... What steps did I leave out?
Be careful where you put any little screws you take out.
+ In an ashtray. Someone will extinguish a cigarette into them.
+ On some papers on the table.
+ In your pocket.
+ Dropped into the computer anywhere.
When you lose one onto the carpet under the table, use a
floor-grazing flashlight beam to find it.
If you lose them entirely, go to your local waste-harvesting
site and there should be a pile of dead computers. Steal screws
as needed. If you need more computers, take one of them (not
the one you stole the screws from) and put Ubuntu Linux up on it.
The exercise of installing Ubuntu (it's really easy) will quite
improve your self confidence with computers.
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