The computer has taken a quick nosedive and you need to get it fixed quickly. You don’t want to miss any opportunities or who’s who on Facebook. Hurry; get it to one of these shops for the best results.
K-Tech Computer Services – located at 509 N Main St Suite C in Hinesville, GA 31313- Give them a call and let them know what your computer is doing. Phone number (912) 877-2771- Don’t wait around for the computer to suffer more damage. They are open Monday thru Friday 8:30am through 5:30pm. Don’t look for help on the weekends, they are closed.
Systems Solutions – IT Services & Computer Repair- located at 136 Deerwood Ct in Hinesville, GA 31313 – Find out their business hours with a quick call to (912) 368-3350. Take their advice and don’t do anything until they have had the opportunity to look over the unit, system and all components.
Quinn’s Enterprises -IT Services & Computer Repair, Computers – located at 445 Elma G Miles Pkwy Ste 104 in Hinesville, GA 31313. Give them a call before you make any rash decisions, they may not be able to fix it after your rage is unleashed. Phone number (912) 368-9500. Take a moment to speak with them to find out the exact business hours and diagnostic fees.
Interstate Telecommunications – Telecommunications – located at 1672 Harmon Ave in Fort Stewart, GA 31313. Prepare yourself, calm down; you will need to be able to focus on instructions and really information back to Interstate. If your computer is still able to power on and access the internet, the may not even have to come out. Give them access and they can spy deep into your device. Take the leap into current technology. Phone number (912) 368-0322
In Home Computers – located in Midway, GA 31320 at 6905 E Oglethorpe Hwy, You can call ahead to inquire about prices and downtime. (912) 884-3003. With In Home repairs, they can come to you and decide what he issues are and whether they are able to get you back up and running.
Don’t let the frustration and irritability take control of you. At the end of the day it is a computer and things happen. While they may be inconvenient, I caution you not to try and fix it yourself. Take it in and drop it off. If it is completely dead, don’t forget to inquire if they have other units available for purchase. They may be willing to work with you and purchase you broken computer and offer some credit on your future purchase.