[kwlug-disc] Yes, I will fix your computer [was: OT: "No I will not fix your computer."]
bjonkman at sobac.com
Tue Oct 29 14:58:35 EDT 2013
Thanx for the endorsement, Cranky!
While I've got a computer workshop here in Elmira (think Computer
Recycling Lite) it's not a commercial or retail repair shop.
I do provide on-site computer tech support to individuals and business,
such as upgrades, software installation, virus removal, network
installation and setup. I'll do hardware repairs onsite as well,
sourcing parts from the usual local retailers.
And I provide System Administration for larger businesses -- e-mail
servers, Web sites, network cabling, &c.
--Bob, who appreciates the opportunity for blatant self-promotion.
Bob Jonkman <bjonkman at sobac.com> Phone: +1-519-669-0388
SOBAC Microcomputer Services http://sobac.com/sobac/
Software --- Office & Business Automation --- Consulting
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On 13-10-29 10:25 AM, CrankyOldBugger wrote:
> I'm with John on this one. There are lots of people out there that could
> use a "refurbished" computer.
> But I think the OP disqualified recycling shops, so...
> I would think that we would all send business Bob's way. He runs a
> computer shop in Elmira. (I'm assuming his services include computer
> On 29 October 2013 09:56, John Kerr <johneddie.kerr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think that paying anyone to fix a computer that is more than 4 years old
>> is running against the law of diminishing returns. More so if the original
>> purchase price is under $500.00. Better to buy a new one at under $500.00
>> and give the computer to a place like the Working Centre.
>> On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 11:38 PM, Paul Nijjar <paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca>wrote:
>>> But who will?
>>> You all are supergeniuses who fix your own computer problems. But when
>>> your less brilliant peers ask for places to send their broken
>>> computers, where do you send them? Who fixes computers well in town?
>>> Who fixes computers well in town at reasonable rates?
>>> (No, Computer Recycling does not count.)
>>> (If you have not seen the reference, it is this old T-shirt:
>>> - Paul
>>> Does Canadian Blood Services Have an Image Problem?
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>> Churchill called the "so many", who owe so much to the group he called the
>> "so few".
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