Actually, what you have to do to make the manual legible to the PC is, or
ought to be, your problem. If you have to have a computer to read it, you'd
best have one. If the US service manual is written in Russian, you'd better
have a translator.
> John "No, not that one" Engstrom wrote:
> > So, is possession of the service manual CD-ROMs
> > enough to meet the requirements, or do I also need
> > a printed service manual?
> Yeah, I'd say that having the CDs meets the requirements, but then you
> need a computer to read them on. And as long as we're trolling bait
> would that have to be a PC, or are the CDs readable in that unmentionable
> '60s-inspired OS, too? (I'd actually like to know...)