Question about Computers & Internet
I wrote to windows technical support because my One Care Program gives me prompts that my stand alone computer is connected to a network. Sometimes when I want to turn off my computer it says other people are logged on. Their answer was that the problem is related to my computer's original equipment manufacturer. When I called the Compaq number I was told that I needed to purchase a warranty before they could help me. I am concerned if this is a safey issue. I do not understand how I can be part of a network. Was given a used computer? Do I need to be concerned about these prompts or is it something of a quirk without consequenses? I am not very knowledgeable when it comes to computers. Help please. Marianne
That is a little strange..perhaps you'd be open to an E Housecall. send me a note through email on my profile, and we'll see if we can shift that one.
btw, check your warranty status for FREE here
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