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Like with cars and trucks, laptop or computer systems are really a an integral part of life and whenever they perform like they are expected to, people consider it for granted… However, like vehicles, computing devices can certainly break down when you least expect and whilst you can least afford for that to happen.

Each of our computer technicians take great pride in themselves upon their own specialist sector practical knowledge, proficiency not to mention ability to handle any type of computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to cure general computer issues or those exceptional hairy ones which happen once in five years and have everyone scratching their heads. Therefore, when you have a predicament, it really is more than likely we've encountered this numerous times in the past, placing Mobile Geeks in the best position to deliver your computer service and maintenance needs and make the head aches fade away.

Greenfield Park Historical Note:

Greenfield Park is located 36 kilometres West of the Sydney central business district it is in the local government area of the City of Fairfield and is a part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

The Cabrogal tribe of Aborigional people – a sub group of the Gandangara tribe lived in the Fairfield area of over 30,000 years. In the early 19th century European settlement began. Greenfield was named after a major road that cut through the council ward of St John’s. It wasn’t till August 1979 the Greenfield Park officially became a suburb.

The largest Assyrian Church in Australia – St Hurmizd Cathedral is located in Greenfield Park; there is also a shopping centre, St John’s Park high School and St Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School. The area is surrounded by the neighbouring suburbs of Bossley Park, Edensor Park, Bonnyrigg, Prairiewood, Wakeley and St John’s Park

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Fix clients web browser SSL issues


Client called and is having issues loading any website with an error for not secure. After remoting in was able to fix the issue by updating their antivirus program.

Inspect clients setup and integrate a backup system


After inspection no offsite backups were being made. Inttergrated offsite backups for the client. 

Format business computer


1. Went onsite

2. Inspect machine not booting to windows

3. Remove HDD

4. Plug into laptop with drive kit

5. Extract data from HDD

6. Reinstall drive to machine

7. Format Drive

8. Install XP

9. Setup XP

10. Install common programs

11. Install latest service pack

12. Install office 2007

13. Setup outlook for previous emails and contacts

14. Port over backed up data

15. Place data in original directory

16. Connect to server for Capital system

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