CORRECTION AND WARNING: Here's How Upgrader-Bulk Up Your PC's RAM

Published in Australian PC World, December 2001, page 132.

The December issue of Australian PC World stated in relation to an article on increasing the RAM of your computer ("Bulk up your PC's RAM"), under the subheading Ground Yourself, to "loosen the face-plate of an AC outlet and clip the wrist strap to it".

The editor advises that UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should any person other than a qualified and licensed electrical technician ever loosen the face-plate or otherwise tamper or interfere with an AC outlet or other electricity supply. AC outlets carry live current and unqualified or unlicensed persons could expose themselves to injury or death, by electrocution by AC outlets or other electricity sources. You should contact your electrician or computer technician should you have any doubts as to the use of the wrist strap referred to above or the installation of any component into your computer.

While the publisher of Australian PC World uses the upmost care to ensure the content of Australian PC World is accurate and complete, it does not accept any liability for any damage, loss or injury suffered by any person and howsoever caused in relation to any content of any issue of this magazine or its Web site. The content is for informational purposes only and readers should always consult a suitably qualified professional before acting on such information.

Australian PC World is committed to providing accurate information in its content to correcting inaccuracies as soon as they are discovered. Corrections are published on the same page on which an error occurred and errors are changed on the Web page where they occur.

To bring possible errors to our attention, you may contact us by mail or by sending a message to the editor, Amanda Conroy, amanda_conroy@idg.com.au.

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Stan Miastkowski

PC World

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