After 17 years in our location at 82 Colborne Street East, Steve and I have decided that a change is in order! We will be joining the service forces over at the 3 Royce Avenue Building (Unit 20). We will be joining Greg The Mechanic to service your car and computer in one place. We look forward to continiung to service all your computer needs. We will re-open on July 3rd in our new location. One street south of the Canadian Tire Gas Bar on West St.
VOMO High End Multimedia Music Box This little boom box uses Vibration Technology to deliver very high quality sounds. A 3.5mm plug enables you to connect any cell phone, tablet, iPhone, iPad or other MP3 players to it. Fill your Micro SD card with music too, there’s a slot for your card! This unit is also a…
Just One Twitter Experience When the idea of being more involved in the social media aspect of the Internet for my business, I was very skeptical. What could Twitter and a Facebook page do for me, worldwide? I felt it was reaching too large an audience, when my goal was to get people into my store in…
I had to share the experience of servicing a computer that hasn’t been moved or serviced in quite some time. I couldn’t help notice the ring of dust around the power buttons and tray areas of the DVD drives. I knew dust was going to be an issue! When I opened the case, a few dust bunnies…
A funny thing, this week I’ve had two separate customers in my shop for computer service or repair, both with wireless connectivity problems. They both say it was working fine the other day, they could connect to the Internet, get their email and now they can’t connect at all. Some laptops have their antenna switch at the very front of the unit and some have keyboard keystrokes to disable and enable the antenna. Solution: The antenna off switch is at the front of these laptops and was accidently switched off. It was an easy fix that I couldn’t bring myself to charge for – 1 minute fix! So if you’re having a similar issue, check that your antenna is ON!