Troubleshooting

This list of resources is compiled and maintained by CalCPA's state Technology Committee.

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Acronym Finder – http://www.acronymfinder.com
When you need an acronym PDQ, check Acronym Finder. If you're caught in a snafu over instant-messaging jargon like ROTFL (rolling on the floor laughing) or technical specifications like kbps (kilobits per second), Acronym Finder can track it down, ASAP.

Dictionary.com – http://www.dictionary.com
Dictionary.com is a multi-source dictionary search service produced by Lexico Publishing Group, LLC, a leading provider of language reference products and services on the Internet.  The site includes an online dictionary, thesauruses, and encyclopedia.
 
Event ID – http://www.eventid.net
The Event ID database contains over 2,881 event IDs and 377 event sources, with 4,229 comments provided by 1,253 contributors, 4,350 submitted events or comments pending validation. 

IT Papers – http://www.itpapers.com
TechRepublic's ITPapers is the Web's largest library of free technical IT white papers, webcasts, and case studies. Covering IT categories including Data Management, IT Management, Networking, Communications, Enterprise Applications, Storage, Security and much more, TechRepublic's White Paper Directory is the best source for technical white papers and IT information.

Microsoft TechNet – http://technet.microsoft.com
Official Microsoft technical resources for security, troubleshooting and support. 

On Force - http://www.onforce.com/
OnForce is the only online marketplace for on-site technology services. With more than 10,000 highly qualified service providers in virtually every U.S. zip code, OnForce can support your business, expand your geographic and skill set coverage and help you to better serve your customers.

Tech Support Guy
Michael J. Cermak, Jr., may have the most thankless job on the Internet. As self-appointed Tech Support Guy, he helps answer the thousands of computer-related questions in his Web archive. Cermak and a legion of volunteers help countless flummoxed PC users through the thorniest computer woes. We're just glad he's on the job.

WiFi Alliance -  http://www.wi-fi.org
The Wi-Fi Alliance is a nonprofit international association formed in 1999 to certify interoperability of wireless Local Area Network products based on IEEE 802.11 specification. Currently the Wi-Fi Alliance has 205 member companies from around the world, and 903 products have received Wi-Fi® certification since certification began in March of 2000. 

Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main Page
Free encyclopedia that anyone can edit or contribute to.