- Any recommendations on pc support.
Re: Any recommendations on pc support.
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are you refering
to my comment? or are you refering to how voac rehab wouldn't help
On 12/21/2016 2:37 PM, Gene wrote:
There is no reason for rehab to
help people who are not clients. I don't mind reasonable
criticism of rehab agencies but this is not reasonable.
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Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2016 3:34 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Any recommendations on pc
thats voac rehab fore you totally useless
On 12/21/2016 2:30 PM, Gerald Levy
In my experience, contacting a blindness rehab agency
and asking one of their technology trainers for help is
usually fruitless unless you have an open case with them.
A few years ago when my old XP computer died I tried
contacting the technology trainer at the rehab center who
had originally set it up for me in my apartment a few
years earlier when I was still working with them, but he
ignored my pleas for help. I even contacted their
director of community services and was basically told to
take a hike because they could not offer any assistance or
even recommend a knowledgeable service technician unless I
had an open case. Thank goodness my techie friend was
able to bail me out.
Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2016 3:31 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Any
recommendations on pc support.
it is good to know that your computers up and working
again. You're us in for future support I'm trying to get
things fixed eventually, I would recommend looking at Best
Buy or Staples or a local computer shop in your area. If
it is blindness related, I would see is there any
blindness trainers in your area, dad have interest in
maybe helping fix your problems. Any of the services that
I've mentioned above Will cost but very well worth it in
the end. If you don't know how to find a good blemish
related trainer in your area, I would looking contacting
your local dollars office.. offers anything through it's
On Dec 21, 2016, at 1:05 PM, Andrew <edrew@...
and all, I’m asking this because I recently made
a call to ms accessability help desk.
help updating my security update for my Office
nice lady helped me but, made no headway. I was
sent to escalation. The fellow thought
uninstalling my Outlook 2010 would solve this..
He was wrong! It was not a good thing at all.
They did more harm than good. With the help of
friends, my pc has returned back to somewhat
normal. My Outlook 2010 remains fobar. BTW
Merry Christmas to everyone! Ho, Ho, Ho
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