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We're on the third floor of the library.
Has your computer slowed to a crawl? Are you having trouble connecting to the Internet no matter where you go? Do you get pop-ups for "inappropriate" websites that you've "never been to?" Did AOL instant messenger put a horrible weather tracking program on your computer? Have you been visited by the Blue Screen of Death fairy? Do you have computer viruses that you can't seem to get rid of? Is that swirling Mac beach ball thingy all too familiar?
Well, fear not... the Hampshire Diagnostic Center is here to help. For a nominal fee of absolutely nothing (unless you feel like tipping us) we will point and laugh at your computer for at least an hour. Then, after that point, for a further charge of ZERO dollars and ZERO cents we will do our best to fix the problems that are making your computer unusable and unreliable. But there are some things we are not allowed to do.
So, now you're asking yourself, "How do I access this super-awesome elite service, which is so useful while also being free?" Well, it's simple. Head on up to the third floor of the library, step out of the elevator and turn right, then take a quick left, and in the first room on the left you'll find a couple of nerds playing on computers and possibly looking anti-social and maybe crazed. But don't fear; they're really very nice and quite ready to help you out with your computer problems. Before you bring in your computer, please know a few things: