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Peter H.

Peter H.


Christchurch, BH23

1 Ratings

1 Jobs Completed for PCIQ

2 Forum Posts

Member since 3 Jan 2009

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Six Stars
By katrina T. - 18 Jan 09
high quality of work, service was exellent,good customer care, problem resolved
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RE: I need a wireless network setup.I have bt.home hub and Hp Laptop with windows xp

On another note, the previous comment about getting rid of the bT Home Hub is not advice i would give out. The BT Home Hub is a great little device that works, does what it says on the tin and is supported by BT when you call them for any issues ( a great boon tho the non IT savvy) Allowing others to use the very small bandwith part is something that can easily be turned off if you know what to do or with a quick phone call to BT supoprt. Keep the BT box. It is 100% configurable and is worth keeping even if it is just to allow BT to support you if you have to ring them. Pete

17 Jan @ 20:38

RE: I need a wireless network setup.I have bt.home hub and Hp Laptop with windows xp

Hi Rita, Any IT support need to start form the absolute basics. Sometimes, IT guys get a bit bogged down assuming something without checking the obvious and leading you up the garden path to confusion. I can't see that you've told us what the exact brand or model number of the USB wireless connectior is. Wireless-g is a generic type. If we knew the model, we could make sure you had the correct drivers. After that I would then get you to check the specific settings on the USB socket ... even as simple as plugging in another USB device to see if it worked ( this is dead easy to explain even to a novice) This is something that could very easily be resolved in a very short time by an plain speaking and user friendly IT professional talking to you on the phone. However, if you could use a network cable on a broadband box then using remote screen takeover, we could look at the problem and easily solve it. You would not need to know anything techinical to do any of this. The IT professional should be good enough to do it with thier eyes shut. If it was a hardware issue then we could point you in th right direction to get that fixed as well. Hope this helps. Pete

17 Jan @ 20:33


Fast, friendly and professional computer support.

I speak plain and fluent User English and am not an IT Geek. I will always explain what I am doing, have done or need to do in a way that you will understand.

No job too small and all work is guaranteed.

Most work is carried out for a FIXED PRICE price on a per incident basis so you know up front how much the job will cost ... no surprises ... no worrying about how long it will tke me to do a job. The price depends on the work to be done.

I can support you at home or remotely by taking over your screen.

Please contact me for a no obligation chat. Don't worry, you don't have to know any IT terms ... just contact me and I know what questions to ask to understand your problem.


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