We perform a wide variety of onsite computer repairs. Some of the most common problems that we encounter include:
- Computer doesn’t start
- Computer refuses to boot, shuts down, restarts or freezes
- Computer starts, no display on computer screen
- Computer needs to be tuned up
- Reset forgotten Windows password, user account unlocking
- Computer beeping
- Slow application performance or computer freezes
- Memory (RAM) upgrade / installation
- Hard drive upgrade / installation
- Motherboard installation
- Graphics Card installation
- DVD RW / CD RW not working
- Computer is very slow
- Fan replacement or noise reduction
- Printer not working
- Network planning, setup/problems
- Router setup, wireless protection
- Internet and E-mail setup and troubleshooting
- VPN access setup
- Virus, spyware, adware removal
- Data backup and recovery
Take the steps – call us today to avoid bigger problems down the road. We’ll visit your location so you won’t have to waste your valuable time.
A PC tune-up rids your computer of needless data and invasive applications and ensures its operating at its true potential. A tune-up diagnoses and corrects those system problems that’ll enable your computer to perform at its best.
Is your computer behaving strangely — sudden crashes, spikes in performance, or other oddities? There’s a good chance that spyware or viruses are part, or a lot, of the problem.
Business and Home Office Networking
Whether it's a new workstation, laptop or server, we can provide you with straight forward guidance that will help you make the best decisions for you and your environment.
Router Set-Up and Configuration, Wireless protection
Do you find that your network seems sluggish at times? It could mean you might have wrong network settings from computer and or/and your router end. Or, it could be that your router firmware is not up to date or configured incorrectly and that’s affecting your network’s performance.
Data Backup and Recovery
Properly backing up your system is the best way to protect against data loss. Sure, most of us know we probably should be backing up our data regularly – but how many of us actually do? By regularly backing up your precious files, you won’t have to worry about the impact a failure could have on your business.
VPN Access Set-up
Remote-access, also called a virtual private dial-up network (VPN), is a user-to-LAN connection used by a company that has employees who need to connect to the private network from various remote locations.