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If you find yourself experiencing the next few or maybe matching telltale signs:

You will have to let go of your mouse, turn your laptop off and call Mobile Geeks. Mobile Geeks have been repairing personal computer around Sydney for a long time and there is no computer repair bug we cannot take on! Dial 1300 883 021 and see our first-class service, expert expertise, quick turnaround together with low prices for yourself! Mobile Geeks is a Sydney owned and based enterprise focused upon our city customers and loyal to its Windsor 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!

Windsor Historical Note:

Windsor is located 56 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Hawkesbury. Windsor is on the north western outskirts of Sydney and sits on the Hawkesbury River.

Windsor is the third oldest place of British settlement in Australia. A settlement was first started here in 1791 near the head of navigation on the Hawkesbury River. Settlers took advantage of the fertile river flat for agriculture. Originally named Green Hills it was later renamed Windsor after Windsor in England. In 1810 the town was officially proclaimed. Governor Lachlan Macquarie ordered the main *institutions of organised settlement* to be erected, such as a Church, Gaol, School and an inn.

The area was known as Sydney’s *Bread Basket* ensuring the survival of the starving colony. Windsor was accessible by coastal shipping to and from Sydney. In 1814 a road to Windsor had been built and by 1864 the train line.

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Client looses Windows settings, programs after logout

8/05/2018

Each time the client logs off their data/profile is reset. We found some sort of windows user reset program installed, which was resetting any user logged into the PC. We advised to reinstall Windows and install an antivirus. Once Windows was reinstalled the issue has no longer repeated.

Format business laptop and setup home network

23/09/2011

Dell Laptop

1. Formatted Dell laptop

2. Installed Windows and Dell software's

3. Downloaded and installed latest drivers from Dell

4. Installed latest service packs and updates from Microsoft

5. Tested laptop functionality before delivery

User home residence

1. Installed new gigabyte switch for desktop and access point

2. Setup new IP range on router

3. Setup Belikn router as access point

4. Reconfigured Mac wireless settings

5. Configured home wireless network

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