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The same as cars or trucks, computing devices are a an important part of way of life and while they function like they are expected to, you consider it for granted… Then again, exactly like motor vehicles, computer systems will stop working when you least expect and whilst you can least afford for this to take place.

All of our computer technicians pride themselves upon their expert industry know-how, skill-sets as well as power to take on whatever computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to resolve typical computer issues as well as those unique hairy ones which happen once in five-years and have everybody scratching their heads. Thus, if you've a concern, it really is more than likely we have come across this lots of times in the past, placing Mobile Geeks in the best position to deliver your computer service and maintenance requirements making the complications disappear.

Kearns Historical Note:

Kearns is a suburb of Sydney, located 57 kilometres south-west of Sydney’s CBD.

Kearns was named after a local farmer, William Kearns, who owned a large property in the area during the 1800s. He gained notoriety for a court case in 1824 where a neighbour sued him for getting his 14-year old daughter pregnant. During the case, it was alleged Kearns had also committed bigamy and attempted to sell his daughter to a sea-captain.

Kearns's land was originally owned by the Tharawal people until they were dispossessed by British settlers in the 1820s. In 1975, Campbelltown Council began planning a major development in the area. Streets were named after famous rivers of the world such as Mississippi, Danube and Yangtze and the first residents moved in in 1985

According to the 2006 census from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Kearns had a population of 2,757 which could be best described as young families on better than average incomes.

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Office IT health check

26/08/2011

1. Went onsite

2. Inspect machine not booting (looping through bootup)

3. Load command prompt

4. Attempt to build directory of C drive contents, failed (hard drive failure, client wished to take to queensland for dedicated IT department)

5. Remove hard drive from machine

6. Remove hard drive from second spare parts machine

7. Instal drive into first machine, failed at boot (no working windows on drive)

8. Performed general inspection on all machines (pass. Back 2 machines operating temp was a few degrees higher but due to lack of air con in area)

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