April 01, 1999
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April 1999

Fewer than nine months remain until the world lets go (for better or worse) of its obsession with the year 2000. In the meantime, companies are scrambling to complete pricey Y2K computer upgrades to make sure the rollover is uneventful. But what about all the computers set up in spare bedrooms and home offices? Rockland, Md.-based Charles River Media, publisher of books and software tools, is offering a solution: The Year 2000 Personal Computer Fix-It Guide by JD Consulting.

The guide uses easy-to-understand language to describe the Y2K bug, then leads readers through solutions, covering most popular software programs and operating systems. An accompanying CD-ROM has several demonstration versions of commercial applications that fix certain problems.

The package costs $44.95. Call Charles River at (800) 382-8505 or visit the firm’s Web site at (


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