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A Ceritifed Computer Technician comes cleans and
exposes the "best kept secret" in the IT industry....

"Desperate To Fix A Dying Hard Drive?
Quickly Rescue All Of Your Precious Family Photos,
Important Emails and Sensitive Information Safely..."

Hello, my name is Chancer Reese and I am a computer support specialist. For over 18 years I have been helping working people, learn how to effectively master and understand their computer technology.

Over the years, I have developed or discovered lots of computer repair shortcuts, tweaks and tricks known only to myself or other computer professionals. I have saved people thousands of dollars on unnecessary downtime and expensive repair bills using my "secret" methods.

Normally, I would only use these privately held techniques on the job. But I could only help a few folks a day working one-on-one. That got to be very frustrating.

But not anymore! Now I am letting the "cat of the bag" and sharing with you all my simple and affordable "secret" repair tips.

frustrated computer user
Dealing with Hard Drive Failure:
What To Do When Your Drive Goes Bad

Designed With the Non-Technical Person in Mind

Here's a peek inside "Dealing With Hard Drive Failure"...
  • In-depth "by-the-numbers" instructions - just let your "finger" guide you through the repair. Never get lost or confused.
  • No technical jargon - written in plain, everyday English.
  • Set up in an easy to read layout - no "itty-bitty" print to decipher while you are working.
  • Color photographs - clear shots for all the tricky parts.
  • Digital format - available for instant download. Get started right away.
  • Two complete "Troubleshooting Checklists" - one for hardware problems and another for software issues.
  • Recommendations sections - Expert advice detailing the you action steps you should take next.
  • Resource section with weblinks to technical support and software available online for free

You will be able to repair your broken hard drive in a matter of hours. This will save you a bundle of money along with hours of wasted effort and downtime.

This 15 page manual is crammed full of detailed, step-by-step instructions with full color photographs to illustrate the easiest, most effective ways to troubleshoot the most common hard drive problems.

I basically give you a short intro and then jump deep into the good stuff.
I have laid it all out for you in detail. If your hard drive is going bad or even dead, this is the manual for you must have.

This manual is short in pages but long on useful information. No fluff, no padding, no "geek-speak" or technical jargon. No B.S., no "pie in the sky" promises. Just down and dirty, how-to information that really works.

You will learn useful how-to tips and procedures that have been proven to work day-after-day. Hey, my job depended on me being able to get systems back up and running as soon as possible. And that's what I did.

And that's what I will teach you in Dealing with Hard Drive Failure: What To Do When Your Drive Goes Bad

Get your copy now...

And start using it right away.

Can an Ordinary Person Learn How to Repair
Their Hard Drive in Just a Couple of Hours?

They sure can! I know because I have helped lots of people over the past few years do that very thing. There's lots of free how-to computer help out on the Internet but like Goldilocks and the Three Bears; some of it too basic and some of it way too advanced and dang it, the rest one wasn't right either!

I know from personal experience...

I suffered my first hard drive failure I was a first year student enrolled in a computer technology program! My drive died on Sunday afternoon and I lost over two and half days of work on a project that had a Monday afternoon deadline.

Yes, I know what you're thinking, I should have backed up my files. But I did...I had made a full week's backup on Thursday morning. But every bit of work I had done since then was "POOF!". All gone.

I desperately searched through all my high dollar textbooks and technical manuals but none of them explained in enough detail what I should do to restore my drive.

Not a single one.

I could have cried. Here I was surrounded by nearly a thousand dollars worth of technical books, manuals and software; I couldn't find the answer to fix my own computer!

To make a long, sad story, short (I just can't stand to talk about it anymore), I went into debt and replaced my dead hard drive with a new one, stumbling along with what little computer repair knowledge I could pull out of my fatigued mind. Then I pulled an "all-nighter" and turned in my assignment. I got a "D" for it being late (and probably for being a dumb*ss).

I quickly learned all the best computer repair advice was in somebody else's head. So I started writing stuff down. Whenever I would learn a new tip or solution to a common problem I would either print it out or make a note of it someplace. I have at least three or four file boxes full of technical information sitting around in my home office. I became something of a computer technology pack-rat!

From "Cheatsheets" to How-to Writer?

When I first started making notes on all the little techniques and workarounds I learned over the last 18 years, I never thought I would write a how-to guide some day.

I admit I did it of out pure self defense. Like I said, once you lose everything to a dying hard drive you never forget it. I just wanted to know some fool-proof ways to save my bacon if and when it ever happened again (which it did!).

Over time I wrote out little "cheatsheets" so I could remember what to do. And I got very good results from my little cheatsheets. I would often print out my little how-to and give them out to folks when I got too busy to get to them right away. As a desktop support technician, I always got high marks for my computer repair skills.

But when out-of-town friends starting calling me about their computer problems, I tried talking to them but soon realized it would be better if I could just send them some kind of how-to cheatsheet like I used on the job.

So I started sending out emails filled with step-by-step instructions, just as if I was standing in the room with them telling them what to do next. My little how-to cheatsheets were a hit! My friends saved hundreds of dollars in repair costs and I saved on my long distance bill!

But I couldn't send out my little "cheatsheets" to everyone who needed help...until now.

Dealing with Hard Drive Failures only costs $7.

The time and money you would waste taking off from work to wait on a " roaming computer guy" will cost you at least 10-20 times that much.

Now I am NOT putting down "computer guys". Hey remember I do computer work for a living but you and I both know just how expensive computers repairs can be.

One of the largest "geek" service companies in the US, charges $199 for repairs and that's if you drag the PC down to the store yourself!

Let me ask you a question...how many times have you or someone you know paid big bucks for some computer repair only to find out later that it was considered a "simple" or "routine" thing?

So before you start thinking that $27 is too much to spend on my time-tested advice, I want you to carefully consider how much it would cost to have a professional repair your hard drive.

A simple repair that Dealing with Hard Drive Failures, can easily "talk" you though in just an hour or two.

Okay, here it is. The "best kept secret" in the IT industry...basic computer repair is not rocket science! It's not very hard at all. You any with good troubleshooting skills and a screwdriver can fix most any common hard drive problem.

The reason computer repairs costs so much is because like one of my teachers told me, all the really "good" information is stored in somebody's brain. You are paying for that's person's hard-won knowledge and experience not just their time.

With Dealing with Hard Drive Failures, I have already done all the hard work for you. You will quickly follow the steps I have outlined so you can fix your hard drive at home with just a few simple hand tools and some free software.

Get your copy now...

And start using it right away.

"Read what one of my clients says about me..."

Ms. Chancer Reese has handled various Information Technology services for LCM Builders, Inc. since it's inception in 1995. Ms. Reese's consultation and guidance has helped LCM navigate through the confusing computer issues that face a small business today.

The training sessions conducted by her are well attended and effective. Our people are utilizing their computers more effectively and our estimating is more efficient.

As a result many of our computer maintenance tasks have been streamlined which has allowed us to keep our overhead costs in control.

Ms. Reese's professionalism and understanding of the technology as well as her ability to understand client needs has lead her to excel in the IT field.

I highly recommend her services and products.

Lynn Moore
President, LCM Builders
Charlotte, NC

This manual is not for everyone

While I have taken every effort to make sure this ebook as simple and straight forward as I can, this is NOT a beginner's manual. If all you can really do is check your email and you have never downloaded or installed a software program, then this is not the book for you.

While this is not an advanced, for "geeks-only" handbook, it does require that you be able to do more than surf the web. It is designed to be a how-to guide for intermediate or "power" computer users.

So why buy from me?

Because within this manual I not only give you solid how-to information collected over 18 years of experience, but I also offer "expert guidance" just like I do when consulting with my regular offline clients.

As a computer support specialist I feel that I should not only "show you the way" but should also take the time to share my knowledge and experience with you.

I take my reputation as helpful and honest person, seriously so I'll try not to disappoint you with the information provided within this manual.

Of course your purchase comes with a full money back guarantee.

Get a copy of Dealing with Hard Drive Failures . Read it. Put my checklists to work. If you don't think it's going to work for you, return it within 60 days and you'll receive a full refund.

I'm an honest business person who simply wants to share with you this easy to use method to repair your machine. If you're not happy with this manual for any reason, then you have a right to request and receive a full refund.

No hassles, no arguments. No threatening e-mails. No kidding.

That's my promise to you.

Are you ready to get your hard drive back up and running?

Dealing with Hard Drive Failures is a PDF document, so you'll be able to download and read it the same day you order.

When you receive it, print out it and file a copy in a safe place in your immediate workspace.

Now read the entire manual. Use your finger and move it down the checklist going from step to step. See, I told you easy-peasy.

Now look over the "Resources" section. Gather all the tools and software programs you will need. If you don't have Internet access you may want to bug a friend for help.

You can now begin putting these tips to work immediately. It's a very straightforward process. And it's explained in a step-by-step fashion.

Get Dealing with Hard Drive Failures and learn how you can easily repair your computer hard drive and save yourself hundreds of dollars.

To your computing health...

~ Chancer Reese

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