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Old 12-25-2009   #1
 
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Need The Buzz's Help With Computers

Hey all, I am short on time, only in Denver for a hot minute and my laptop is about to take a dive hard. So, I gotta hook one up before I leave and I know this is not the place to ask, but any of you techies know of a good place in Denver to hook up a PC laptop with little hassle and BS. I will be doing a lot of MS office stuff, some photo editing and technical programs. Any help is much apppreciated, and go ahead and rag on me, I need the attention!

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Old 12-26-2009   #2
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Best Buy would be my guess for local laptops.
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Hey all, I am short on time, only in Denver for a hot minute and my laptop is about to take a dive hard. So, I gotta hook one up before I leave and I know this is not the place to ask, but any of you techies know of a good place in Denver to hook up a PC laptop with little hassle and BS. I will be doing a lot of MS office stuff, some photo editing and technical programs. Any help is much apppreciated, and go ahead and rag on me, I need the attention!
Sorry I'm so late on this, but "Micro Center" would be the best place to go (in the Tech Center). At least next time you'll know!! I prefer them over Best Buy. Good luck with that drive!!

Cheers!!

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Sorry I'm so late on this, but "Micro Center" would be the best place to go (in the Tech Center). At least next time you'll know!! I prefer them over Best Buy. Good luck with that drive!!

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Old 12-31-2009   #5
 
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MicroCenter is the way to go I found after some people's recommendations. They actually care about getting you what you need not just selling you something expensive. I had a little problem getting things started and installed, went back there and they made it right as quickly as I could have wanted. Thanks for the advice guys.

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