In this section we aim to cover some of the many different computer problems that our clients encounter.That includes software problems, viruses, internet browser issues, network support challenges, printer problems, blackberry and iphone questions, and much much more. We'll also give you some handy tips and tricks to make your day in front of the computer easier and show you how to keep your files safe and secure.
There are many factors one needs to take into account when planning a migration from a locally managed Microsoft Exchange server to an externally hosted solution. Of utmost importance is obviously ensuring that no e-mail is lost during the transition and that service disruptions for end users are kept to a minimum. There are a number of crucial points you should remember during the migration.
Many of our clients have recently been experiencing an error where Windows shows up a message saying something like Explorer.EXE – Unable To Locate Component : This application has failed to start because iertutil.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem. or ordinal 166 could not be located in the dynamic link library iertutil.dll. We have a few different things for you to try and fix the problem.
If you are having trouble following this guide or it’s simply not working, feel free to give us a call and we can come and solve the problem for as little as $99 (Australia – Sydney metro region only) – 1300 737 205 (7am to 9pm 7 Days)
We can recover your data from computer hard drives, USB memory sticks, mobile phones, and even RAID arrays. Within 24 hours we’ll be able to tell you exactly what’s wrong with your drive, and what steps will be necessary to recover your data. In many cases we are able to recover your files within that initial 24 hours. The situations where you may need data recovery include hardware failure of your drives, or mistakenly deleted files. We are here 7 days a week from 7am to 7pm to help you when you need it most!
We can deal with the following issues:
- Deleted Files (max $240)
- Damaged file system (max $340)
- Accidental formatting (max $340)
- Damaged PCB – i.e. device does not power on
- Damaged Heads – i.e. drive makes a clicking sound
- Seized spindle motor – i.e. drive makes a buzzing sound
- Bad Sectors – i.e. drive is giving you read errors
- Firmware Corruption
Give us a call today – 1300 737 205 (7am to 7pm)
For the low low price of $800 USD or £800, you too can have a Tron-inspired discus-like piece of awesome to wear on your head – the Sony HMZ-T1. Sporting twin 0.7″ OLED displays, with 1280×720 resolution, this is truly the most technologically advanced VR headset to ever hit the consumer market. Indeed, Sony appears to be swamped with preorders in the US and the UK where it becomes available shortly. So, is it worth all the hype? Read on to find out…
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