Specialized Solutions, Inc. Introduces CDIA+

Written by Cheryl Pelchat

Specialized Solutions, Inc. 338 E. Lemon St. Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 January 24, 2003

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For more information: Cheryl Pelchat - Web Specialist cherylp@specializedsolutions.com

Specialized Solutions, Inc. Introduces CDIA+

(Tarpon Springs, Florida)-Specialized Solutions, Inc., an all-inclusive training center and developer of multimedia training products, announcedrepparttar launch of their New CDIA+ Certification Training and Test Preparation Course.

While businesses continue to turn to electronic document management solutions, it becomes obvious that a certified expert in document imaging can openrepparttar 107821 door to a vast quantity of business opportunities in electronic commerce. CompTIA's Certified Document Imaging Architech (CDIA+) certification is an industry-recognized credential that represents an individual's expertise inrepparttar 107822 skills necessary to excel inrepparttar 107823 document imaging industry. The CDIA+ certification coversrepparttar 107824 fundamentals and procedures required of a proficient imaging solutions provider. The CDIA+ exam covers competency in areas established by an assembly of document management experts.

The CDIA+ certification is intended to raiserepparttar 107825 standard ofrepparttar 107826 document imaging profession and increase professional credibility for individuals who achieve CDIA+ status. The CDIA+ certification will increase your market worth and skills inrepparttar 107827 document imaging industry with CompTia's CDIA+ credential.

This exciting Technology Based Training Program isrepparttar 107828 most comprehensive training onrepparttar 107829 market and not only prepares you forrepparttar 107830 you forrepparttar 107831 CDIA+ exam but also possess critical knowledge of all major areas and technologies you will use to plan, design and specify an imaging system. The course includes 10 hours of instruction. The course is available on four videos of four CD-ROM's, also includes a Study Guide and a practice exam simulator that contains hundreds of situation and fact based questions in two different formats to really test your knowledge. For a more in-depth product review, please visit http://www.cdia.com.

What To Do When Windows Won't Boot-Up

Written by otis f cooper

When Windows fails to boot it is normally caused byrepparttar installation of a program or device which caused a conflict with one or more other programs. This will no doubt give you plenty of heartache if you're not certain which program caused Windows to not boot up.

If you recently installed a program or application and know where it was installed,you may be in much better shape as for as correctingrepparttar 107820 error. Here are common ways to correctrepparttar 107821 problem of your computer not completely booting up or not booting up at all.

If your computer will not boot-up at all,hopefully you have made a good emergency boot disk. You can always make a windows startup disk by creating one from another computer running Windows 98 or Me.Performrepparttar 107822 following if your computer........

Won't Boot-Up At All

FIRST......Put your boot floppy disk inrepparttar 107823 floppy drive and turn onrepparttar 107824 PC.On some computers, you may have to accessrepparttar 107825 bios and selectrepparttar 107826 Boot priority to your A: drive.Save any changes and select "Start Computer without CDROM support" and press Enter.Once you are atrepparttar 107827 A> prompt,type dir c: and press enter.

SECOND....If your programs and other files are present,your hard drive is good.Try to repair or restore your system Registry by followingrepparttar 107828 steps below.This may repair Windows,the Config. Sys and autoexec.bat files to whererepparttar 107829 PC may boot up normally.

THIRD......Ifrepparttar 107830 above procedure did not correctrepparttar 107831 problem of your computer not booting up,type in "fdisk /mbr" and press Enter to restore your master boot record.Type "Scandisk C:" to checkrepparttar 107832 hard drive for errors that may have occurred. You can also type "Sys C:" to hopefully restore files needed to boot up your computer.

FOURTH......Ifrepparttar 107833 above procedures fail to repair your computer,you can repeatrepparttar 107834 first part of step one above and select "Start Computer With CDROM Support" re-install Windows.

Making A Windows XP Bootable Floppy

Windows XP users should create a boot disk now by placing a formatted blank diskette inrepparttar 107835 A: drive, open Windows Explorer torepparttar 107836 C:,select Tools,Folder Options ,show Hidden files and and folders,then View Tab.

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