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PART I: Getting Ready to Upgrade.
Chapter 1: Time to Upgrade?
Chapter 2: Figure Out Your Mac.
Chapter 3: File Your Upgrade Plan.
Chapter 4: inside Your Mac.
Chapter 5: The Port and Slot Primer.
PART II: Performing the Upgrades.
Chapter 6: Processor and Logic Board Upgrades.
Chapter 7: Upgrading Memory.
Chapter 8: Hard Drives.
Chapter 9: CD-ROMs, Recordable CDs, and DVDs.
Chapter 10: Backups and Removable Drives.
Chapter 11: Input Devices.
Chapter 12: Scanners and Digital Cameras.
Chapter 13: Monitors and Monitor Cards.
Chapter 14: Digital Video, Video Editing, and TV.
Chapter 15: Sound, MP3, MIDI, and Speech.
Chapter 16: Printers and Print Sharing.
Chapter 17: Modems and Internet Access.
Chapter 18: Networking.
Chapter 19: Upgrading for 3D and Gaming.
Chapter 20: Dealing with DOS and Windows PCs.
Chapter 21: PowerBooks.
Chapter 22: iMacs and iBooks.
PART III: Troubleshooting and Repairing.
Chapter 23: Troubleshooting Basics: What's the Problem?
Chapter 24: Power, Accelerators, and Memory.
Chapter 25: Startup, Storage Devices, SCSI, and IDE.
Chapter 26: Input Devices, Scanners, and Cameras.
Chapter 27: Monitors, Video, and Sound.
Chapter 28: Printers and Modems.
Chapter 29: Networking Issues.
Chapter 30: Gaming, Multimedia, and DOS Issues.
Chapter 31: PowerBook Issues.
PART IV: Tweaking and Recovering the Mac OS.
Chapter 32: First Aid for Ailing Mac Systems.
Chapter 33: Cleaning and Maintaining Your System.
Chapter 34: Resolving Conflicts in Mac OS 9.x and Earlier.
Chapter 35: Troubleshooting Mac OS X.
Chapter 36: In Case of Emergency: Reinstalling Mac OS.
Appendix A: What's on the CD-ROM.
Appendix B: Online Resources.
End-User License Agreement.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.
Posted May 30, 2001