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Simillar to motor vehicles, computing devices undoubtedly are a element of daily life when they run like expected to, most people consider it for granted… But, very much like motor vehicles, computer systems can crash when you least expect and when you can least afford for that to occur.

 Each of our computer technicians pride themselves on his or her professional sector expertise, skill sets and ability to cope with all personal computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to take care of typical computer troubles or even those memorable hairy ones which happen once in five years and have a lot of people scratching their heads. And thus, in case you have a predicament, it's more than likely we have run into this lots of times before, leaving Mobile Geeks in the best position to supply your computer service and maintenance requirements and make the troubles disappear for good.

Georges Hall HIstorical Note:

Georges Hall is located 24 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Bankstown and is part of the South Western Sydney region.

Georges Hall was named after Captain George Johnson’s house and farm called *Georges Hall*. In 1809 it was used as the administrative centre to conduct the census.

Nearby parkland – Garrison Point – was named after the Garrison of soldiers who were stationed here to ensure Captain George Johnson’s safety as he conducted the census. This area is now a local focus of Australia Day activities. Garrison Point is located near the junction of Prospect Creek and the Georges River and is near an artificial lake – Lake Gillawarna that is an important breeding ground for native birds

Its neighbouring suburbs include Lansdowne, Bass Hill, Yagoona, Lansvale, Bankstown Airport, Condell Park and the Georges River.

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Refresh laptop for client


1. Went onsite

2. Inspect windows vista laptop locked from passwords on account (forgotten passwords)

3. Attempt to use password reset tool (fail due to CD drive error)

4. Check with client needs, found laptop just needed to be functional, no data retrieval required

5. Shut down laptop

6. Execute hidden factory recovery process to restore laptop to factory default "as new" state, removing all old settings/data

7. Relay non functional cd rom to client, advised to install software via downloads or USB memory sticks

Client can't connect to their PC with RDP anymore


Client called and was having issues connecting to their office PC with RDP. After investigation the wrong username was being used, provided correct details and customer was able to connect.

computer repairs task: set up Google Apps for business


Set up Google Apps for small business owner. Complete account setup and migration, setup permissions. Client extremely happy with all devices in sync and updated.

Replace blown Power Supply


1. Went onsite

2. Inspect machine not starting

3. Remove old power supply

4. Install new power supply

5. Plug machine into terminal

6. Plug screen into laptop to turn on, then plug into desktop

7. Remove startup error message regarding floppy drive (due to new PSU having no plug to power floppy drive)

8. Restart machine several times in attempting to get receipt printer and till to work correctly (identify correct port for usb to serial adapter, connect and restart)

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