When you suspect a hard drive problem, it's time to swing into action. Ted Landau shows you what to do.
When hard-drive disaster strikes, you need to start up your Mac from another drive to repair it. But, which drive? Take a few minutes now to prepare for emergencies.
Have you ever envied the ease with which a Mac geek confidently zeroes in on the cause of a tricky problem? Mac geeks don't have magical troubleshooting powers. Everything they can do, you can do, too. Joe Kissell shows you how.
Few things are more frustrating than a document that won't print. Ted Landau shows you how to get the pages rolling again.
No connection? Follow Joe Kissell's steps to figure out what's keeping you off the Internet.
You press your Mac's power button and...nothing happens. Keep calm and follow Joe Kissell's advice.
Plagued by the spinning Beach Ball of Death? Joe Kissell explains what to do in the event of Mac crashes and freezes.
Most of the time, if something crashes on your Mac, it's just one app. But other times, your whole system goes down thanks to a kernel panic. When that happens, here's what to do.
It happens to every Mac user sooner or later: The virtual gears inside your computer begin to act as though they're running in a vat of tapioca pudding. Before carting your Mac off to an Apple Genius Bar, try these fixes.
Ticked off by a troublesome Trash that won't empty no matter what you try? Joe Kissell can help.