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In case you are experiencing the the following or like ailments:

You might want to let go of your computer mouse button, switch your laptop off and call Mobile Geeks. Mobile Geeks have been fixing computing devices around Sydney for years and there is no computer repair bug we can't manage! Call 1300 883 021 and receive our unsurpassed customer support, specialist skills, quick turnaround as well as low prices for yourself! Mobile Geeks is a Sydney owned and based enterprise focused upon our city customers and loyal to its Centennial Park business and individual clientele. To find out more about what we can do for you see Computer Repairs and if you need your computer fixed quick smart, just book us online now or call 1300 883 021!

Mobile Geeks are the leading computer repairs company in Sydney.

Centennial Park Historical Note:

Centennial Park is a large, beautiful public that occupies 220 hectares in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney .Centennial Park is also a small residential suburb. The lucky residents of that suburb get to enjoy all the park’s benefits as if its their backyard. Centennial Park was dedicated by Sir Henry Parkes in January 1888 in order to celebrate the first 100 years of European settlement in Australia hence, the name centennial.

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Computer repairs Centennial Park: setup network printer and home media centre player


Computer repairs Centennial Park:  setup network printer and home media centre player

Computer repairs task suspected Cryptolocker virus in a business


Cryptolocker virus diagnosed. Clients advised of options. Awaiting client's decision. 

Inspect internet playing up and perform system cleanup


1. Went onsite

2. Inspected internet not working

3. Inspected wireless connection (working)

4. Attempt to contact google.com via ping command (successful, internet connection available on laptop already)

5. Tried to open web pages with iexplorer and firefox (fail)

6. Boot into safe mode to test internet (success)

7. Uninstalled Norton internet security

8. Reconnect wireless (network settings)

9. Cleaned out windows temp files, memory dump, cache etc

10. Modified windows startup programs

11. Restarted laptop twice to confirm system stability and function

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