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Same as motor cars, laptops or computers truly are a part of daily living and if they work like they are expected to, we tend to consider it for granted… Even so, like cars, computer units will break down when you least expect and while you can least afford for that to take place.

Each of our computer technicians pride themselves on their own professional field practical knowledge, skill-sets and also capacity to cope with every computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to mend common computer problems as well as those unique hairy ones that happen once in five-years and get everybody scratching their heads. Therefore, when you have a problem, its most certainly we've come upon it several times before, leaving Mobile Geeks in the best position to provide your computer service and maintenance needs and make the problems go away for good.

Fairfield East HIstorical Note:

Fairfield East is located 28 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Fairfield and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Fairfield East shares its 2165 postcode with the separate suburbs of Fairfield Heights, Fairfield West and Fairfield

Fairfield East got its name from its neighbour Fairfield, which in turn was named after Captain John Horsley’s family estate in England.  The area was once home to the Dharug Aboriginal people. In the early 19th century the British settlers moved in using the land for farming

The area known as Fairfield East was, in the 1870’s part of two large properties Orchardleigh in the north which extended towards Guildford and Mark Lodge to the south which encompassed Carramar, Villawood and parts of Fairfield.

Orchardleigh was subdivided for housing in 1876 with Mark Lodge also being subdivided in 1885, this opened the countryside up from farming to suburbia,

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Connect new computer display


1. Connect LCD Display

2. Test video quality

3. Adjust to display at optimal resolution

4. Adjust monitor refresh rate

5. Test and pass

The computer is too sluggish, it also crashes when connected to the internet


The computer was thoroughly checked and dismantled, removed the HDD, performed onsite back and recovered to USB disc.

Applications were uninstalled and re-installed, ensured that everything is working smoothly.

Windows maintenance possible malware removal


Client wishes to have their PC checked for updates and virus checks. After inspection was able to remove some malware and perform some updates.

Install and configure office/outlook for OS X


A client wants assistance installing office and outlook on their mac.

Assistance required for NBN


Client wanted to check a few things with us before going over to NBN, they also need their static IP address to remain.

Format machine and system cleanup for 2 laptops


1. Went onsite


2. Inspect computer for format


3. Port all emails from outlook express into outlook


4. Create different outlook profiles for different outlook express identities


5. Port all outlook express contacts into respective outlook profiles and PST files (2 archive files)


6. Backup MYOB


7. Backup of all data from old windows (music, pictures, documents etc)


8. Format machine


9. Install and setup windows, install latest service pack


10. Install common programs (java flash etc)


11. Configure new Windows outlook to have seperate profiles as per old outlook express identities, load respective PST files, configure correct email account settings for each profile and test (pass)


12. Download and install latest drivers for hardware (Lan, wireless, audio etc)


13. Install MYOB V18.5 (latest), and load backedup company file, check (pass)


14. Download latest printer drivers for 3 printers and install plus configure for network sharing to Peter's laptop


15. Perform cleanup on two laptops

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