PCS is happy to serve the local area with networking and
software support, and repair services for most brands. Having the
opportunity to service most computer brands, we have the unique advantage of
seeing which systems are reliable, and which systems should have never been sold
in the first place!!
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NOTE : will NOT work with Windows 10 computers - Thanks Microsoft!
Last Update: 13 June 2018
Note to my customers:
Many of my customers know that for the past two years I have been very busy caring for Patti (my significant other) as she battled end life liver disease. Through all your prayers, and a lot of luck, she was the recipient of a new liver on June 15, 2016. It took awhile, but she is doing well. The liver is functioning perfectly. Unfortunately, she fell down three days prior and damaged her right shoulder badly. We are waiting for word from the doctors as to what can be done to alleviate the pain and get her back up to speed physically. Being a transplant patient includes a lot of caution for infections and diseases and that complicates the options of surgical repairs. Please keep her in your prayers and I'm sure they will find a way! God bless you all!
UPDATE - June 2018
After getting clearance from the doctors, they performed a full shoulder replacement on the damaged limb. After over a year and a half of pain and painkillers, the arm is almost fully functional, and NO pain meds!! On June 16, we will be celebrating TWO YEARS with the new liver (guess it's not new anymore).
1. What brand is your computer? The name on your monitor isn't always correct.
2. What Operating system are you using? Windows is NOT an answer - Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 tells me a lot more.
3. What is your password for your user on the computer? This one is extra difficult with people. They say No Password, but when I fire it up, it wants one! (or - they give me their e-mail password. If I can't get in, I can't work on it.
4. What browser are you using? Microsoft, MSN, or Google are NOT browsers. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Edge are.
HINT: I have a minimum bench charge to check out equipment - don't waste my time and your money by overlooking the obvious!!
BEFORE you call, power everything off. Then turn it all back on. This fixes a LOT of troubles!
If you are getting a lot of spam, join Spamcop.net and submit your spam. They will notify the ISP where the spam originates from and get them suspended! It really works - I only get 1 or 2 a day now.
(Take out the xxx's from the email address - we put it in there to fool SPAM email bots.)