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Computer Repairs Wahroonga

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Our well trained and proficient Mobile Geeks can handle all that your personal computer or might throw their way. We have been supporting our Wahroonga customers for quite some time and also have worked with numerous technology repair matters throughout this area like laptop or computer networking, mobile networking, computer virus extraction, email exchange set up, net security and safety installations, and many others.

Call Mobile Geeks soon on 1300 883 021 and find out for yourself just why so many of your friends and neighbors trust in Mobile Geeks’ expert services. Mobile Geeks' experienced technicians are always able to answer your queries, offer suggestions on your personal computer repair concerns as well as book for well-behaved Geeks to help to make your laptop or computer issues go away!

Wahroonga Historical Note:

Wahroonga is located 22 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government areas of both Ku-ring-gai Council and the Hornsby Shire. Wahroonga is located in the Upper North Shore area of Sydney.

Wahroonga is an Aboriginal word meaning *our home*.

In the early days of settlement the main activity was to cut down the tall trees that grew here.  In 1882 Wahroonga was first settled by  former convict and wealthy land owner Thomas Hyndes. Wahroonga was a good area for orchards, and in 1890 after the railway line was opened, it became a popular place for businessmen to build out of town residences with large gardens. During the 1920’s and 1930’s much of this type of development occurred.

There are several small shopping villages in the area such as Wahroonga Shopping Village and Hampden Avenue shopping centre in East Wahroonga.

Neighbouring suburbs include Hornsby, Waitara, Normanhurst, Pennant Hills, Warrawee, North Wahroonga and Turramurra

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Virus removal


Check machine for viruses, client appears to have pop ups. Was able to remote into the machine and perform some scans, removed adware with malwarebytes, performed updates. Everything seems okay.

Client needed help in setting up new Epson Stylus S445W printer


Unboxed printer and set it up. Ensured that it si connected to the home business network.  Connected the other devices,

all working properly.

Setup new user account on server and setup user on local laptop


1. Went onsite

2. Setup new user account on server

3. Connect laptop to server/network with new user account

4. Connect outlook for exchange emails

5. Ensure printers were connected

6. Provide local admin rights

7. Test and pass

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