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Computer Repairs Warrawee

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Our expert and professional Mobile Geeks are equipped for anything that your computer or laptop may throw their way. We have been assisting our Warrawee valued clientele for a long time and have dealt with plenty of computer or laptop repair hassles here in this location which include system networking, wire-less networking, trojan extraction, e-mail exchange set up, on-line security and safety set up, and many more.

Call Mobile Geeks right away on 1300 883 021 to find out for yourself the key reason why so a number of of your neighbours depend upon Mobile Geeks’ expertise. Mobile Geeks' experienced technicians are willing to answer your questions, provide assistance on your computer or laptop repair concerns and make a reservation for for well-behaved Nerds to help to make your computer or laptop problems disappear altogether!

Warrawee Historical Note:

Warrawee is located 21 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council. Warrawee is in the upper north shore area of Sydney and is predominantly a residential area.

The word Warrawee is believed to have come from the Aboriginal word meaning, *to stand*, *rest a while* or *stop here*.

Frederick Ecclestone du Faur built his home here in 1888; it was constructed mostly of timber with timber shingles standing on a sandstone base and is now listed on the Register of the National Estate.

In 1900 the railway station was built – Warrawee Railways Station is on the North Shore Line of the City rail network. It was the last station built before the extension to North Sydney. Residents had to fight the railway commissioners for a railway station to be built that’s only one kilometre from Wahroonga.

Warrawee Public School is located south of the railways station.

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Medium office site cleanup (server, desktops, network, UPS)


1. Went onsite

2. Inspect how current network is configured

3. Inspect current AV situation, found poor AV choice for SBS (small business server), with only antivirus and antispam

4. Inspect server logs as to why server is unexpectedly shutting down, found two instances of server losing power

5. Inspect modem for uptime, found dropout had occurred ~5 days ago

6. Inspect problematic machines for networking settings, apply/adjust as necessary, perform cleanup on machine

7. Inspect UPS beeping noise, battery is due for replacement

8. Inspect individual networking equipment (2 basic network switches), inspect how all is plugged into power, inspect client purchased networking switch

9. Show client issues found, liase with client as to approach to diagnose networking issues, show client how to check for modem and server status if office network drops

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