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If you are experiencing the the following or like difficulties:

It's best to let go of your mouse, switch your computer off and call up Mobile Geeks. Mobile Geeks have been handling personal computers around Sydney for several years and there's no computer repair bug we can't deal with! Dial 1300 883 021 and see our exceptional customer care, professional skills, swift turnaround and the best prices for yourself! Mobile Geeks is a Sydney owned and based business devoted to our city customers and loyal to its Wisemans ferry 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!

Wisemans Ferry Historical Note:

Wisemans Ferry is located 75 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local area government areas of Hornsby Shire, The Hills Shire, the City of Gosford and the City of Hawkesbury.

The town is a popular tourist spot with picnic and BBQ facilities, there is a rich colonial heritage to the area and the Yengo National Park and Dharug National Park are close by.

The town has been named after former convict Solomon Wiseman who received a land grant in the area in 1817 from Governor Macquarie. In 1827 Wiseman established a ferry service on the Hawkesbury River which allowed for the transportation of provisions and produce to the convicts building the Great North Road. To many Wiseman was known as the King of the Hawkesbury.

Today two ferry services cross the Hawkesbury River from the town of Wisemans  Ferry.

Neighbouring areas include Colo Heights, Webbs Creek, Leets Vale, Lower Macdonald, Maroota, and Laughtondale

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Clients printer has lost connection to PC


The customer sometimes likes to print wirelessly with their HP wireless printer but sometimes it disconnects randomly. After investigating it seems to be wireless interference. Changed the home Wifi to a different channel, resetup and updated printer drivers. The printer has not lost connection since.

Inspect no server access


1. Windows 2008 file server was not connected to network

2. After difficulties trying to chase ethernet cables due to very small working space. The problem was with Port 20 on HP Gigabyte switch.

3. Labelled switch identifying port 20 failure

4. Restarted Windows 2008 server print spooler due to congestion of print jobs

5. Deleted print queue

6. Restarted desktop workstations

7. Tested all functionality including printing, database access, internet connection

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