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Just as cars or trucks, computers surely are a an integral part of everyday living when they operate like they are expected to, many of us consider it for granted… However, just like vehicles, computer systems can easily break-down when you least expect and in the event that you can least afford for this to happen.

All of our computer technicians pride themselves on his or her expert industry experience, skill sets as well as capability to cope with any individual personal computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have got what it takes to take care of basic computer troubles or even those exceptional hairy ones that happen once in five-years and have most people scratching their heads. And thus, when you have a concern, it is no doubt we've encountered it numerous times before, leaving Mobile Geeks in the best position to supply your computer service and maintenance needs making the hassles disappear for good .

Long Point Historical Note:

Long Point is located 46 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Campbelltown.

Long Point sits on a bend in the Georges River, it had been known over the years as Long Point, Long Nose Point or just The Point until 1975 when it was formally named Long Point.

Thomas Hiller in the early 19th century was the first person to be granted land in the area, before it was taken over by the Campbellfields Estate owned by William Redfern a few years later. In the 1930’s high profile gangsters from Sydney’s East would use small homes set up in Long Point as hiding places from the Police.

Sand was mined in the area for many years and once mining ceased the access trails were maintained for the fire brigade. In the 1970’s Campbelltown Council preserved the area as a Scenic Protection Area.

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Headset connection issues

1/09/2017

Client had issues with headset not establishing a connection. 

Format laptop, install extra ram and setup to network

22/09/2011

1. Went onsite

2. Back up all data on user laptop

3. Format laptop

4. Setup windows

5. Perform all updates and install common apps

6. Install Office 2003 and setup + update

7. Import data and move to correct directory

8. Install extra ram (2gb)

9. Test machine (pass)

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