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who can I trust to fix my computer


conigio

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with so many scares about security on computers,how do I know who to trust when it comes to needing some repairs. whom ever it is they would have acess to all my personal info and files.?

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finerty

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try looking in you-tube, under fixing motherboards or balling

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Sneeze1

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I have never heard of www.pcpal.co.uk they charge £49 an hour, but at least they come out to you I suppose.

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onthelimit1

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£49 per hour? I'm in (or was in) the wrong job!

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