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When you find yourself experiencing the next few or perhaps related symptoms:

It is advisable let go of your computer mouse, turn your computer off and get in touch with Mobile Geeks. Mobile Geeks have been repairing computer systems around Sydney for quite some time and there's no computer repair bug we cannot handle! Call 1300 883 021 and see our superior consumer support, specialist skills, swift turn around along with the best prices for yourself! Mobile Geeks is a Sydney owned and based firm focused upon our city customers and loyal to its Wentworthville business and individual clientele. To find out more about what we can do for you see Computer Repairs and if you need your computer fixed quick smart, just book us online now or call 1300 883 021!

Wentworthville Historical Note:

Wentworthville is located 27 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is part of the local area governments of both the City of Parramatta and the City of Holroyd. Wentworthville is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

 Both Wentworthville and Wentworth Falls have been named after the Wentworth family. In 1810 a land grant of 2000 acres was given to D’arcy Wentworth – father of the famous Blue Mountains explorer William Wentworth.

In the 1800’s a land boom in the area attracted people and the land was divided up for small farms and housing. In 1864 the railway line had been put through to Windsor, but, Wentworthville did not get its own public railway station till 1883.

The area has two shopping precincts, one on the Great Western Highway and one close to the railway station. There is a public swimming pool in Dunmore Street.

Neighbouring suburbs include Toongabbie, Pendle Hill, Greystanes, Northmead, Old Toongabbie and Westmead.

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Client thinks they have malware


Client called and explained that they think they have malware due to weird pop ups and google not showing like it used too. After remoting in, scanned the system using multiple programs, 100+ detections were detected, after removal, recommended windows reinstall.

Share business database on two machines and connect printer


1. Went onsite

2. Inspect current setup for sharing of program between two computers on and offsite

3. Inspect for static IP (negative)

4. Liase with optus for static ip (unable obtain for adsl)

5. Discuss with client for alternative solutions

6. Change both computers to non default workgroup

7. Share database on main machine

8. Install coach manager express on laptop

9. Connect laptop to database on main machine

10. Install office and configure outlook for emails

11. Configure both outlooks to receive same emails

12. Install brother printer/scanner onto laptop

13. Test and pass

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