PC troubleshooting: Don’t try this at home!

Is your computer acting weird for no apparent reason?

Programmes that won’t open… or shut themselves down without any warning…

A network connection that keeps disconnecting…

Freeze-ups and restarts…

Those dreaded blue screen messages that only an IT genius can decipher…

The odd gremlin has a way of creeping into your PC or notebook at the worst moments.

And who can afford going without a computer for even a few hours?

The IT experts at Resque says many PC problems are caused by momentary power dips or poorly written programmes.

‘Most issues can be quickly fixed with a simple restart. That’s the first thing I recommend you try every time your computer starts acting weird.’

However, if a restart doesn’t help, it’s best to call the experts.

If you have no idea what RAM, malware infection or Java is, then you should definitely not do it yourself!

Rather call the experts: Based in Empangeni, Resque has a team of highly trained, certified technicians with an average of eight years’ experience in the field. So when your PC starts to act up, there is only one name you should trust.

Resque; they are the heroes making technology work.

Resque offers:

  • On-site support
  • Remote support
  • Client device support
  • Network and security support
  • Mobile device support
  • Product support for manufacturers and system integrators
  • Retail technology support solutions
  • Third party software support services

Call Resque on 087 944 0720, or email [email protected]

WIN

One lucky person can stand a chance of winning a 1TB hard drive, just by liking Resque on Facebook. So head over there and give them a thumbs up!

 

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mari scott

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