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Santa Ana, CA 92799-6904, USA

New OS/2 Help Desk For Southern California

Mark Oct 1st on Your Calendar

There's a new OS/2 Help Desk day for Southern California! We've expanded into better facilities and chosen a convenient weekend day so everyone can attend these expert-hosted OS/2 days.

The Southern California OS/2 User Group, in conjunction with the North Orange County Computer Club's OS/2 Special Interest Group, invites you to bring your hardware and your questions to this fully-staffed OS/2 Help Desk on the first Sunday of every month.

OS/2 Help Desk starts at 2 p.m. and lasts for two hours "or until everybody leaves". Individual attention is available to fix your machine, be it laptop, tower or server. Notable on-staff experts include Terry Warren, NOCCC President and OS/2 SIG leader; Steve Schiffman, President of SCOUG; Steven Levine, writer of the "OS/2 Mr. Know-It-All" column; Tony Butka, who pens "OS/2 Ink"; and Webfoot, The Duck.

The next Help Desk is Sunday, October 1 at 2 p.m. The site is Chapman University in the city of Orange (east of Interstate 5 and north of Route 22). That's near Disneyland and it's where Warp Expo West was held in September 1999.

For directions visit and -- or visit and enter the address 400 N. Center Street, Orange, CA. You can park in any of the University lots for free since it's Sunday, and it's OK to park on the University side of the streets. However, don't park on the residential side of the streets since they do issue parking tickets.

Come to Hashinger Hall Science Building's room 203. It's on the second floor and there's an elevator to bring up your equipment.

This OS/2 Help Desk replaces SCOUG's Monday evening OS/2 Help Desk in Anaheim.

Print this page and print the maps. Put them on your dashboard. Come to the new OS/2 Help Desk!