Well, I suppose it had to happen eventually. My trusty ‘weather station’ laptop started playing up. Its a 15 year old unit that just does one job and it just started to shut down.
A quick look at the ‘system event log’ indicated a ‘kernel error – 63’. Oh dear.
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If you have any if similar issues then give me a call. Regards – Phil
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If in doubt DON’T ! Contact the computer group folk for assistance.
Have a problem with your computer, smartphone or tablet?
The Computer Group is available to help you.
Contact Rhoda on 0151 531 0921 or email email@example.com
One of our team will be happy to help.
If any members need advice about their smartphones, tablets or computers while the U3A is closed, the Computer Group members are still available. A phone number is on the website, in the Year Book and the newsletter. Once you contact us we can set up a chat either by Skype, Facetime or WhatsApp.
Tuesday morning ‘drop in’. Bring your laptop, tablet or smartphone with you to the Computer Room (at the back of the main hall) during the Coffee Morning.
Contact telephone number for further information: 0151 531 0921