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Bryce arrived promptly. Quickly understood the situation and problems that had to be solved. Was very patient with me. Went about setting up my new Mac and fixed the printer problem. Answered a ton of questions so that I knew what to do should problems arise. Also helped with smart phone operations that I didn't understand. He was very pleasant and prices very reasonable. I would absolutely call him again when I need computer help.
My computer was so fried I would have been satisfied if all my stuff could be retrieved. Brad quickly diagnosed the problem and had it fixed within a few days. The only delay was waiting for something from Dell. He keeps you informed of what's going on so there are no surprises. His fee was very reasonable also. Highly recommend Brad for any laptop repairs.
I accidently deleted my iPhoto Library from my Mac and wasn't able to restore it from my back up. Court had to try several things but was able to restore it! I am so relieved! He did a great job!
Richard replaced a laptop screen, performed a pc tune up, removed viruses from my machine, for a reasonable price, service from Richard and Helen were very good
Maurice is an excellent professional. He went above & beyond my expectations. Maurice accommodated my off hours schedule to open his shop extremely early on a holiday. I can't thank him enough for getting my laptop screen repaired quickly & at an affordable price well below the brand service center price. I will absolutely be a return customer & refer friends & family. Awesome job!!
I own a small photo booth rental business, and Dan has been very helpful on several occasions when I've had technical difficulties with my website and my printers. He was able to log in remotely and make changes where necessary. He is very informative and is not condescending like some of the other "professionals" in the field. I would highly recommend Dan and DB CompuTek for any of your computer repair and troubleshooting needs!
Great prices Friendly and professional. I had a broken laptop screen and was quoted 400$ plus at other stores, he was able to get it repaired at almost half the cost. If I have any other computer issues I will be using him again.
Miracle Worker While on vacation in Myrtle Beach, my computer started acting up. It kept telling me to enter BIOS settings and to reboot my computer. Not knowing anything about BIOS settings, I restarted my computer. The same BIOS screen popped up. I left the computer alone for a couple hours and it finally said Starting Windows, but was moving at a snails pace. I went to the library and did research on computer repair shops and settled on the highly recommended Just Ask Hal. I took the computer to him and Hal himself thought my hard drive was inoperable. I shared that the computer was only a year and a half old and I was surprised that a hard drive would go out so quickly. The computer had been built from components bought from TigerDirect in May of 2013 by a fellow who was no longer available. The computer had performed flawlessly except for an LG disk drive that had gone out a month before my vacation. My son replaced it with an ASUS disk drive as I am not computer savvy. One of Hals seven technicians, Nelson, called two days later to confirm that the hard drive was bad and that I had likely lost all my data. I was crushed as I had been foolish and not backed-up my data for some time. Nelson said hed use another program and let it run all night to see if anything could be done. The next day, the results were that NO data was recoverable. I was crushed. I asked Hal what brand the hard drive was because I didnt want another one of that brand. He said they didnt recommend Western Digital, but when he opened the computer, he said it was a Seagate, the best in the business. I asked what might cause the best in the business to go bad and he thought it might be the size - it was a 2 terabyte. Hal asked if I wanted to have a new hard drive installed, but I was so distraught over losing my data, I politely declined. Hals fee for diagnosing and attempting to recover the data was only $30, very reasonable, but I had lost so many family photos and document files that I was thunderstruck! Later, when I got home to Lancaster, Ohio and had access to another computer, I started searching for more information on data recovery. I saw that many companies used clean rooms to recover data and got the impression that data recovery was a time-consuming, expensive and equipment-intensive process. I would rather use someone local, but I feared that my hard drive needed all the help it could get. Local shops, like the one in Myrtle Beach, might not be so equipped. I called Seagate and asked their fees. It was $49 initially with my shipping the hard drive to them. If they found sufficient data, the charge would be $600. Wow! I also filed two requests for online quotes from Kroll Ontrack and Columbus Data Recovery. Kroll Ontrack, the nations largest data recovery company, called soon thereafter. Their initial fee was $69 with the drive needing to be shipped to Minneapolis. Kroll provides you with a list of the files recovered (which was nice) but the final cost would be between $700 and $1300 depending on the amount of data. I was overwhelmed! I received no response from nearby Columbus Data Recovery. I really didnt want to ship my hard drive anywhere and to pay such a high price, but I was concerned about local shops having the equipment and know-how to recover any data from my dead hard drive. I called a gentleman in Canal Winchester, The Geek Guy, and he was honest and helpful, but I think he indicated that he sent out hard drives to data recovery places (maybe like Seagate and Kroll) and he estimated that data recovery might cost about $1000. I called the only local shop, other than Best Buys Geek Squad, that I could find. A friend had recommended that I not use Best Buy service even though I had bought many good products from them. I called Mobile Geek Ohio and the owner, Shane Eppley, came to my house (yes, a house call), reviewed the problem and said he would be willing to try to recover the data. I was hopeful, but expected the worst. The following day, Shane called and asked if I was sitting down. I sat down and said yes. He then told me that he had recovered EVERYTHING! I cheered! It was like a huge weight had been lifted from my shoulders! He came over (another house call), showed me all the files. I could finally breathe a sigh of relief. Thank you, Shane. Thank you! And the cost? $60 for data recovery! Are you kidding? Heres a tip! Thank you so much, Shane. He then installed a new hard drive for a modest price and I am back up-and-running! You will have all my computer business from now on, Shane. So much appreciated! I sincerely recommend Mobile Geek Ohio. He worked a miracle for me.
I had a Sony Vaio all in one with touch screen monitor that would no longer connect to the web. Sean was able to get it working straight away. He also cleaned the computer inside and out. Windows software was all updated and he even installed a reliable antivirus program. My mom who mostly uses the computer to play games is very happy. I then needed to have my HP tower repaired as it would not boot after the most recent Windows 10 upgrades that were pushed through. Sean was able to fix that problem as well and have cleaned the inside of that computer as well. He also backed up all my important files for me and advised me on some backing up solutions. Could not be happier with performance of both repaired machines after the repairs!
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