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Weekly Round-up - 18th June

Updated: Jul 1, 2018

So here we go - new website, new blog!


It's been a fairly diverse week which is always good for stretching one's knowledge in PC repairs.


The highlight has to be rebuilding a RAID array in a #Synology DS413j NAS which had become inaccessible. Fortunately we were able to recover the data, all 890GBs worth! At the time of writing this job is still on-going as we are awaiting delivery of a replacement drive - could be a long night!


More routinely, we've had one PC in with a failing hard disk so we cloned the data onto a new drive and sent it back to it's delighted owner. Their PC is getting on a bit but is still more than capable of handling Windows 10 and with its new disk it should run for a while yet.


Most serious problem was a business client with loss of Internet. This turned out to be a migration to a new service provider which had occurred ahead of schedule. Couple of phone calls and emails and they were up and running again within a couple of hours. Always good to build a strong relationship with third-parties as it pays dividends.


That's it really! We'll continue to post about our antics and jobs so you can see what we do and can offer our clients.

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So - quiet August.....

In my last post, I alluded to August being a quiet month normally. I might have been wrong! In the last two weeks we've been inundated with calls to deal with hard disk failures, network problems and

Wot - no blog posts?

Well - I've been a bit decadent and had another week's holiday - strictly no more this year though! Still carried out a bit of remote support for clients - what would we do without mobile data? August

James L McNicol, T/A Maidstone PC Repairs - 31 Plains Avenue, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 7AR, United Kingdom

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