[internetworkers] Help! Anyone Know of a Reliable, Affordable Hardware Technician?
scottchilcote at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 16 16:05:08 EST 2006
Susan LaBarre wrote:
> My personal laptop's screen is blank after a couple of blue screens and some difficulties with usb connectors.
> A technician was due at my house at 9am and never showed. I'm mid-project and need to get up and running and while I can use the company's assiged laptop, half my docs are on my own laptop.
> It might be a simple procedure to get the computer reset, but I have a broken right wrist and limited mobility in lifting and troubleshooting equipment myself. I'm also pretty intimidated by the Windows technology to try to fix this myself.
> Can anyone help or know of anyone who can help?
One option would be 2Wiz's. I don't know much about them other than
that they park their vans on my street in Cary.
It appears to be a home operated mobile computer repair company:
I haven't tried them, so can't make a specific recommendation.
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