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Technician Details:
Nathan W.
Location: New Knoxville, OH
Phone: 1-800-798-0173
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Member since: March 2007
Status: Active
Article Posts: 0
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Last Updated: December 2015

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Types of Support Offered:
Computer Setup, Networking, Email, Internet, etc., Backups, Service, External Devices (Printers, etc.), Create or Modify a Web Site, Wiring (Network, Speakers, Audio Visual, etc.), Preferred Provider, General Search, Application Software, Data Transfer, Anti-Virus,
Operating Systems:
Linux, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server Longhorn, Latest Windows OS, Blackberry, Macintosh OS X, MS DOS, Palm, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT Server, Windows NT Workstation, Windows Vista, Windows Xp Home Edition, Windows Xp Professional,
Adding Memory, CD Drives, Digital Cameras, DVD Drives, Ethernet Cards, Harddrive - Changing, Harddrive - Data Recovery, Hubs, Linux, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Printers, Wireless Networking, Wireless Networks, Wiring Audio Visual, Wiring Network, Wiring Peripherals,
Technical Solutions:
"Office PC network connectivity issue Server 'clicking' issue - shows last backup non-successful Panoramic X-ray room ethernet issue"
"Office PC network connectivity issue - Tech re-terminated both ends of ethernet and added patch cord to switch. Computer recognized ethernet connection but no IP address was given. Tech looked at server IP settings and assigned it a .19 IP address. Computer was back in service. Extra ethernet card was not needed but tech advised to leave in system. Tech disabled it in the network settings. For whatever reason it wasn't using it's assigned IP address but trying to pull DHCP. Server 'clicking' noise -Tech looked at the log - Drive e:/ had not been available at the time. Removable USB based drive was evidently not recognized on the system. Simple unplug and plug in of USB drive remedied it. Panoramic X-Ray room PC ethernet issue - Tech went into crawl space and re-fed the cat-5 into room. Tech re-terminated into modular jack and tested."