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Simillar to cars, computers undoubtedly are a a part of life and if they operate like expected to, we all take it for granted… Yet, just like automobiles, computer units may wear out when you least expect and when you can least afford for this to take place.

Each of our computer technicians take great pride in themselves upon his or her specialized industry know-how, proficiency and capacity to handle whatever computing device service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to deal with general computer difficulties as well as those memorable hairy ones that happen once in five-years and have everyone scratching their heads. So, when you've got a problem, it really is in all likelihood we've experienced it numerous times before, setting Mobile Geeks in the best position to provide your computer service and maintenance requirements making the stress disappear altogether.

Greystanes Historical Note:

Greystanes is located 29 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district it is in the local government area of the City of Holroyd

The area was originally known as Prospect Hill and was the site of the first land grants given in 1791 to emancipated convicts. It was during this time there was unrest and confrontations between the Darug people and the new settlers, with the Darug people being led my Pemulwuy in a form of guerrilla warfare against the settlers.

The area was later divided into Prospect to the west of Greystanes Creek and Greystanes to the east of the creek. Nelson Lawson named the area Grey Stanes. After outcrops of Basalt on Prospect Hill – Grey being the colour of the rocks and *Staines* being the Scottish word for stones

The area was mostly used for poultry farming in the early 20th century until in the 1950’s and 1960’s it started to develop into a residential suburb

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Computer repairs task printer issues with Apple Mac


Fix software issues with Mac. Replaced internal hard drive with SSD, reinstalled OS X, running much better.

iPad won't turn on


Client had issue with iPad not switching on even with charger inserted inside of it. 

Create remote desktop connection for client


1. Reset Modem to factory default

2. Call TPG for Log in And 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

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