[nmglug] multi-function machine

Satsangat Khalsa satsangat at khalsa.com
Fri Nov 30 09:15:58 PST 2012

Hey Brian,
   It sounds like a lot, and I have a job.  The earliest I could connect
with her would be next week on any night except Monday.  If that works, let
me know.  Do you know if she has network already and what it is?  I presume
she's coming through a DSL, but if you know.  Ok, hope to hear back from
you.  Also, I'll need contact info and if you can give me an idea of where
in the pueblo she is.  Ok, thanks.

On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 5:02 PM, BrianO'Keefe <okeefe at cybermesa.com> wrote:

>  Hi Satsangat,
> I finally got the box back from Doug and Shaun at Cyber Network. Doug
> copied all the data, he says, from the old failing drive to a newer drive
> and put it into a newer box. He also upgraded the OS to Windows 7. Now what
> Marian will need is the OS set up so that she can use her normal software,
> like Outlook and office programs. Also we'll get some new cartridges for
> her printer and hopefully then she'll have a functioning printer. We will
> work on getting her a conference call capable phone if the current
> multi-function machine functions. If it doesn't then we'll cross that
> bridge later.
> So set up her OS, get her connected to the web, import all of her Outlook
> files into the new app in Windows 7, maybe even her IE bookmarks, network
> her laptop, desktop and printer. She would like to be able to do file
> sharing between the 2 boxes but she says she's never known how to do this
> before when it was set up.
> It sounds like she could really use tutoring too but I am Windows dumb and
> couldn't assist there at all.
> Are you up for it?
> Thanks,
> Brian
> On 11/23/2012 09:19 PM, Satsangat Khalsa wrote:
> I'd be willing to help on this and I live in the Santa Clara Pueblo area
> but I'm unclear if she has a machine or not.   Does she need both a machine
> and installation assistance?  If she needs windows help, does she have the
> OS or not (and in that regard it would be nice if it was Windows 7 or
> VIsta, not XP).  Ok, get back to me.
> On Fri, Nov 23, 2012 at 10:59 AM, MeanderingCode <
> meanderingcode at aetherislands.net> wrote:
>> On Thu 22 Nov 2012 11:01:51 AM MST, BrianO'Keefe wrote:
>> > [...] for Marian Naranjo of
>> > Santa Clara Pueblo back up and running. If you recall, she's the
>>  > director of HOPE, Honor Our Pueblo Existence [...]
>> > She can't start her Tewa
>> > language program until she can actually print. She had been wireless
>> > previously but the network would need to be set up again and I am
>> > completely at a loss with Windoze so would be unable to help her so
>> > we'd a bit of IT assistance too.
>>  I have no hardware to donate, nor do i know anything not inferred from
>> names about HOPE or a "Tewa language program", but they sound important
>> to me.  Time is scarce for me these days and I live out south of Santa
>> Fe, but if needed I would be happy to assist in setting up software
>> and/or networking and get an opportunity to learn a little about what
>> she and they are doing.
>> Email me at this address to discuss what's needed and when it can get
>> done if you need me.
>> Cheers,
>> Sean
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