Welcome To the PC Hardware/Software Computer Support Help

Fowler Computer Repair in Rochester, Dover,  Portsmouth NH, and Sanford Maine area

Why repair your computer?

Consumers embracing environmental concerns would prefer to fix versus buy new computers, but effective anti-spam, online storage, technology cycles and lower prices are heavy counters trends for buying new. We don’t recommend throwing all of your money into a broken computer, but what most people don’t know is that you can reuse the case in the worst scenario and save $50-100 off of the price while saving the environment.

Remote repairs and technical support

We provide Remote Computer Support to all customers with a broadband internet connection that are able to access the internet.

Our On-Site Service Area includes: New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts.

If you require On-Site service in NH, ME, or MA, please contact us to schedule a appointment.

Have A Question? Feel like posting? What are you waiting for?

Posted By: Shane Fowler

http://www.fowlercomputer.com

shane@fowlercomputer.com

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About Shane G. Fowler

Fowler Computer Repairs desktop and laptop computers in the Rochester NH, Wakefield NH area. We also offer Local Business Internet Marketing Services and Copywriting for SEO.
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3 Responses to Welcome To the PC Hardware/Software Computer Support Help

  1. Don says:

    I need you to fix my wireless network..It keeps getting errors trying to connect to the network. I will call later. See what you can do ok?
    I have a ARCHOS 7 WIRELESS NOT CONNECTING.MY ACCESS-POINT SIGNAL SHOWS THAT IT IS STRONG, HOWEVER WHEN I TRY TO CONNECT IT SAYS ERROR. MY ACCESS-POINT SHOWS UP ON THE UNIT AS WPS, HOW DO I CHANGE THIS SO THE UNIT CAN CONNECT TO WEP OR WPA ?

  2. Cindy says:

    my laptop usb port not detected when i put usb in usb port.
    may be usb driver deleted.

  3. Shane Fowler says:

    Try downloading usb 2.0 drivers from microsoft.

    Also look for drivers for your usb device..

    check in device manager under usb devices and see if there is any yellow exclamation points next to any devices.

    If that doesn’t work your only option is to get a PCMCIA card that is for USB 2.0
    Good luck call if you need anything.

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