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Computer Repairs St Ives

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St Ives

Each of our skilled and proficient Mobile Geeks are equipped for anything that your personal computer or Mac can throw at them. We have been supporting our St Ives valued clientele for a long time and have dealt with a variety of computer or laptop repair matters from this area, this includes computer networking, wire free networking, computer virus eradication, internet mail exchange set up, internet service security measures installation, and many more.

Call Mobile Geeks now on 1300 883 021 and find out for yourself why most of your friends and neighbors rely on Mobile Geeks’ assistance. Mobile Geeks' experienced technicians will be ready to answer your questions, provide assistance on your pc repair worries and organise for friendly Nerds to help to make your computer problems go away completely!

St Ives Historical Note:

St Ives is a suburb on the Upper North Shore of Sydney located 18 kilometres north of Sydney’s CBD. Governor Arthur Phillip and a party of men first explored the St Ives area in 1788. The area produced a small scale timber felling industry. Native turpentine trees were also once abundant and provided useful timber for cabinet making. It was once known for its apple orchard but, due to residential demand, there is no longer any commercial fruit growing in the area.

During World War Two there were significant numbers of troops barracked in the area, which provided the impetus to build Archbold Road as a supplementary and emergency route to the city. Since 1950 the suburb has expanded from the central shopping areas and the arterial main roads to include hilltop and valley areas bordering on the surrounding Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park to the north, Garigal National Park to the east and the south east.

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Setup new network printers for client


Client requries network printers for office, purchased and installed a printer for the office, configured all PC's to print from them, working normally

NUC setup and software installation


Client had required help setting up NUC. 

Inspect flaky internet connection


1. Went onsite

2. Inspect current internet settings (DHCP,DNS,Gateway etc)

3. Apply new internet settings to try and reduce internet dropoffs and Mackay Server dropoffs

4. Apply settings to receptionist machine

5. Test and pass

6. Advised user to monitor internet performance and provide feedback for future adjustments if necessary

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