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Like with motor cars, computing devices certainly are part of day to day life and whenever they perform like they are expected to, most of us consider it for granted… Having said that, the same as automobiles, computing devices may malfunction when you least expect and while you can least afford for that to happen.

Our computer technicians take great pride in themselves on their special field knowledge, abilities and capacity to take on any type of personal computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to mend everyday computer issues or even those memorable hairy ones which happen once in five years and get a lot of people scratching their heads. Which means, if you've got a predicament, it's more than likely we've encountered it several times in the past, putting Mobile Geeks in the best position to provide your computer service and maintenance needs and make the issues disappear altogether.

Fairlight Historical Note:

Fairlight is located 13 kilometres north east of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Manly Council and is part of the Northern Beaches region.

Fairlight gets its name from Fairlight House built in 1853 by Henry Gilbert Smith. The house was named after Fairlight in East Sussex, an historic village on the south coast of England in Hastings.

The suburb of Fairlight sits Between Manly and Balgowlah on both sides of Sydney Road.

The name Fairlight was originally only used to describe the area of  the beach where Fairlight House once stood. The suburb at the top of the hill was called Red Hill, due to the pre World War II red gravel surface of Sydney Road.

Fairlight is home to The Manly Golf Course and Manly Golf Club, with shops and cafes located along a shopping strip on Sydney Road

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Customer cannot print PDF


Customer using an iMac OS X cannot print PDF due to an error. The error was withing Adobe reader, after reinstall of Adobe reader printing functions were restored.

Server DHCP stopped working


Client is unable to connect to internet on any of their computers as the DHCP protocol has stopped functioning. 

computer repairs task: create remote desktop connection for client


1. Reset modem to factory default

2. Call Optus for Login & password

3. Reconfigure modem

4. Port forward 3389 for RDC

5. Enable RDC

6. Test RDC (passed)

7. Configure firewall

8. Update CA Internet security

Inspect internet not working


1. Went onsite

2. Inspect internet not working (connected via USB)

3. Connect own laptop to ethernet port, found internet working

4. Advised client on using ethernet port for better reliability

5. Connect machine via ethernet port

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