Onsite Computer Repairs Palm Beach
From $139 - No Fix No Fee
We can come to your Palm Beach business or home and provide a professional computer repair service for a very affordable price of just $98. Other locations within central Gold Coast, Southern Gold Coast and Tweed area for just $169.
Repairs Palm Beach
Many computer repair type issues can be solved over the telephone or via secure remote access to your computer. With our $25 telephone computer repair service you can afford to solve many annoying computer problems without blowing your budget. Our computer telephone support is provided by Australian based and native English speakers. For $25 we provide you with 15 minutes of telephone or secure remote service into your computer over the internet. If an onsite visit in Palm Beach is required, then the telephone support charge and time is deducted from the onsite computer repair fee.
WiFi & Networking
- Fix WiFi Dead Zones
- Extend WiFi Coverage
- Speed up WiFi
- Solve Network Problems
- Fix Internet Problems
- Virus & Malware Removal
- Backup Solutions
- Software Installation
- Simplify Windows Interfaces
- Solving Printer/Scanner Issues
- Initial Device Setup
- App install & Setup
- Customize Interface
- Security Advice
- Solve Connection Issues
No Fix No Fee Policy
Our No Fix No Fee policy only applies for a single issue, problem or fault. Where an issue, problem or fault involves multiple issues the No Fix No Fee policy only applies to one issue. Additional issues are then charged at an hourly rate. If there are known to be multiple issues or problems then the service call must be booked on an hourly rate. The first hour of an hourly rate service call is charged as follows: Palm Beach, Elanora, Tallebudgera, Currumbin, Currumbin Valley and Tugun are $139. Other locations within central Gold Coast, Southern Gold Coast and Tweed area are $169. Subsequent work within the same service call is then charged in 15 minute blocks at $35. The rates and costs for all service calls does not include parts.
Recently Completed Palm Beach Computer Repairs
- Issue: Windows reporting hard disk faults
Solution: Transferred contents to new hard disk. Replaced old with new hard disk. Securely wiped faulty drive.
- Issue: Desktop computer could no longer connect to the network.
Solution: Network card on motherboard had been damaged by nearby lightning strike. Disable on board network card and installed a new network card.
- Issue: WiFi dropping out at one end of house.
Solution: Extended WiFi network using Ethernet over Power line (EoP) adapters with the one being a combined WiFi access point and EoP adapter.
- Issue: Home based business wanted friends and clients to have access to WiFi, but not their network.
Solution: Created a guest WiFi network with no access to shared resources on rest the network and no access between guest WiFi clients.
- Issue: Business wanted staff to have secure remote access to network server.
- Solution: Setup VPN server in office and VPN client on remote worker devices.
- Issue: High performance notebook slow in many operations.
Solution: Upgraded notebook to SSD (solid state drive) and transferred contents of original hard drive to new SSD.
- Issue: Client found MS Windows 10 difficult to use compared to MS Windows 7.
Solution: Installed alternative Start button with familiar interface and created dedicated desktop short cuts.
About Palm Beach Gold Coast
Palm Beach is a suburb at the southern end of the Gold Coast, Queensland. Palm Beach is defined largely by the ocean, Tallebudgera Creek and Currumbin Creek. The greatest claim to fame for Palm Beach Gold Coast is the beach itself. Palm Beach has been judged Queensland's Cleanest Beach three times by the Keep Australia Beautiful Council in 1999, 2000 and 2011.
During the busy summer season Palm Beach Gold Coast features three sections of ocean beach that are patrolled by life guards. In addition there is a section of Tallebudgera Creek that is also patrolled by life guards.
While Tallebudgera Creek and Currumbin Creek are called creeks, and they originally were, today they look and function as minor rivers. Both Tallebudgera Creek and Currumbin Creek are managed water ways. Currumbin Creek features training walls on both side of its mouth where it meets the ocean. Tallebudgera Creek features a training wall on the south side of its entrance with a natural rock wall on the north side that is part of Burleigh Headland. The entrance to both these creeks are regularly dredged to maintain a navigable water way for small vessels, more so in Currumbin Creek. Excess sand generated by the dredging is pumped on to beaches to maintain good sand levels.