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    Quote Originally Posted by robt
    Hmm, I have 2 dell laptops here and the support has been pretty good, the only problem I ever have is convince the tech that I am actually a dell certified tech and allready have done the diagnosis...... But then I did put the 4 year complete care waranty on them so I did not have to worry about breaking them... Caching accidents, oops how did that fall off the cliff
    i knew you were a dell tech! i could tell by your pic in your avatar!
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    We have standardized on Dell where I work. We always get the next business day, 3 year service plan. I always get every little thing fixed just before the warrenty runs out. Their support has always been great. I own a Dell desktop and have no problems, other than self inflicted problems.

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    that must be my problem, i never buy warranties or service packages, i dont beleive in ownin something i cant fix myself... then after i spend half an hour on the phone talking to some dell tech (whos sitting in his study hall) that cant help me fix my problem i give up on them and figure it out eventually.
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Sone other places for free Wi-Fi: Panera Bread in Augusta, and the Maine State Library in Augusta. Barnes and Noble has a paid Wi-Fi option, too....

    Dell customer service has not been the most user-friendly option, in my experience. I have a Dell laptop, and I downloaded GSAK, but have not downloaded to my GPSr because I need an adapter or a different cord. My GPSr doesn't have a USB port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SewN2Cachin'
    Sone other places for free Wi-Fi: Panera Bread in Augusta, and the Maine State Library in Augusta. Barnes and Noble has a paid Wi-Fi option, too....

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    Amost all public libraries in Maine have free public WiFi access. In fact, some of us are supposed to be putting together a list of WiFi hotspots.

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    I tried vip in waterville signal was too weak the oakland schools are locked

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    I think we have Wi-fi here at work, but I'm not a techie so I don't know for certain and if in fact we do I would suspect that it would either a) be locked or b) not be very strong due to the concrete in the building. Someone can still give it a try sometime though. 289 Main St. in Bangor.
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    I got the dell going and als got the last laugh
    I wonder if dell had ever heard of stop payment
    seems they want to talk now.
    I think i lost interest though.
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    haha, that's one way to stick it to em
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