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Much like motor vehicles, laptops or computers certainly are an integral part of everyday activity and when they function like expected to, people consider it for granted… Then again, very much like cars, laptops or computers will stop when you least expect and while you can least afford for this to occur.

Each of our computer technicians pride themselves upon their own specialist industry know-how, proficiency as well as capability to take on whatever personal computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to resolve typical computer troubles or those special hairy ones that happen once in five-years and have most people scratching their heads. Therefore, when you have an issue, it is most likely we have come upon it lots of times in the past, putting Mobile Geeks in the best position to deliver your computer service and maintenance requirements making the problems vanish.

Lower Portland HIstorical Note:

Lower Portland is located 80 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government areas of both the Hills Shire and the City of Hawkesbury.

The area was once home to the Darug People; they were the owners of what is now the Greater Sydney region.

Lower Portland was named after the Prime Minister of Great Britain in 1783 (and again in 1807-1809) William Henry Cavendish Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland. The name for the area was first used in 1810 and is associated with a story about a rock on the plateau above the headland resembling that of the Duke of Portland.

The area is popular for water skiing and for its scenic views.

The Lower Portland Ferry is one of four vehicular ferries that operate across the Hawkesbury River.

Townships that surround Lower Portland include Cumberland Reach, Webbs Creek, Leets Vale, Maroota, Sackville North and South Maroota.

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Home Business network needs to be checked and evaluated, recommendations required


Internet connection OK,  supplied and installed Unifi Enterprise long range access point for the home office.  Supplied and connected various ethernet cables.  Set up 4 unifi access points and controller.  Joined multiple devices and configured security.

Investigate possible virus removal


After performing scans on clients PC, only adware was found, was able to remove adware. Additionally performed some maintenance on the PC, updates, updated antivirus, check edbackup system, all seems ok.

computer repairs task: general computer maintenance


2 hours labour - updated Flash, Java, iTunes, Acrobat Reader, Microsoft Security Essentials. Fixed list of issues provided by client.

Address list of issues in medium office


1. Went onsite

2. Inspect current network setup

3. Determine password for server, login and change static DNS as per request

4. Create new user on melbourne server for login and email (for intern), setup spare laptop for intern login and exchange emails

5. Inspect user machine semi freezing 4-5pm everyday, identified issue and changed AV scanning schedule to remedy

6. Inspect user and user 2 not being able to burn documents to discs. Found users were trying to burn onto DVD using built in windows burning function. Told users XP has built in burning function for CD but not DVD. Advised to use CDs or purchase burning software

7. Inspect email signature settings for user 3 (pass)

8. Inspect user 4 not able to collect scans from scanner, disable kaspersky to check (fail). Gave account local admin rights to access built in windows firewall settings. Identify process of xerox scanner software that needed permission and add into XP firewall

9. Inspected user 2 emails freezing once in awhile, due to losing connection with server and crashing

10. Inspect small issues on user 5 laptop however most issues were due to Mac to Windows compatibility issues

11. Download and install teamviewer for all windows machines, and setup permanent access

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