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  1. Call Me at 941-545-7508 and make an appointment for Remote Help
    - Most will be early AM or Later PM -
  2. At the time of the Appointment Call Me again and return to the Web Site
  3. If you are using IE9-11 Then Click Here First for Instructions
  4. Download the Remote Support Software (Nothing is install on your comnputer):

    Click Here or Download a ZipClick Here

  5. Selecting “Run” from the pop-up window
  6. Click “Run” again in the next pop-up
  7. Click “Share Desktop”
    Share Desktop

Your computer will then connect to mine . Your background image on your desktop might change to a soild color, That is normal. Stay on the phone and I will get to work fixing your computer.


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