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You may well have tried out every thing, studied all of the discussion boards on the web and have tried out the Do-it-yourself techniques for computer repairs? Nothing’s done the trick? Think you're suspecting that you may have made the problem much worse? You are feeling you are ready to call for professional help? You've got to the best place!

Mobile Geeks have been rescuing people with computer repair (or rather disrepair ) problems for a few years and there is not a computer repair or servicing problem we cannot successfully treat.

Phone Mobile Geeks now and have full confidence in that if there's a way to fix your pc concern and get the appliance back into good health, we can find it!

Mobile Geeks are a proud Sydney company that is committed to making your computer repair hassles disappear. We have serviced Carlton for a lot of years and are loyal to all our Carlton computer repairs and maintenance customers. Speak to Mobile Geeks today on 1300 883 021 and organise for to make your computer troubles disappear!

Carlton Historical Note:

Carlton is a suburb in southern Sydney located 15 kilometres south of the central business district and is part of the St George area.

The area was originally heavily timbered and Carlton was part of a grant of land made to Captain John Townson in 1808. The grant extended from the present King Georges Road and Stoney Creek Road to beyond modern day Kogarah railway station. In 1884, when the railway line to Hurstville was opened, the  large estates were subdivided and residents began moving in. Carlton is big on parks including the Jubilee Oval, Kogarah Park, Tinsdale Reserve, Anglo Square Park and Agusta Park. Carlton is a passionate home to the St George Illawarra Dragons National Rugby League team. The St George Leagues Club is situated on Princes Highway.

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Inspect server crash

16/08/2011

1. Went onsite

2. Locate keyboard, mouse and screen to plug into file server

3. Diagnosed server error (crash)

4. Restarted server

5. Test for functionality and stability on machine connected to server

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