Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Hey Mac Users! Did your SSD Upgrade let you down?

Did you install a 3rd party SSD in your Mac and it didn't seem to improve things as much as you thought it would or do you have an after-market SSD upgrade and you noticed your system slow down after an upgrade to Sierra or High Sierra? You may not have TRIM enabled. Holding the option key, click the apple in the upper left corner and select system information.

Select the SATA/SATA Express option in the left column and look for Trim Support on the right. If it says "Yes" you're good to go.

If it says "No" open a terminal and execute sudo trimforce enable. Let it do its thing and reboot.

If you aren't sure, feel free to stop by and let us check for you. This is a super easy while you wait service!

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

We talk a lot about the random things we repair, but we do custom build computers and servers too.  Here's our latest gaming rig build.  Check out the newest MasterCase series from Coolermaster.  We're also now carrying the new Thermaltake Riing fans.
A camera drone with broken charging port, an iPad with broken home button, a laptop with corrupt BIOS, a Beats wireless headphone set that wouldn't connect anymore, an All In One computer desktop with broken power button, an exercise machine control with corroded batteries and a 3DS with dead B button made up the list of weird things successfully fixed on ONE tech's bench yesterday. Yup, we fix that.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Hey regional customers and friends. We've been hearing a lot about how bad Wednesday's (tomorrow's) weather is going to be. That means increased risk of lightning damage to our electronics.
Most lightning damage does NOT come from the power outlets in your walls. Your surge protectors do NOT protect you from it. It actually most frequently comes from lightning that hit lines, possibly miles from your home and travels into your home in through phone and cable lines.
If you actually have any phone lines still connected to your computer's fax modem, please disconnect those.
Get an in-line surge protector for the phone lines going into your DSL modems (or if they're already built-in to the end of your surge protector - actually use them!) or for the RJ-45 network connections coming out of your cable modem. You may just want to play it safe and unplug the network cables. Unplugging your power cables does not help, it has to be the network cables. They pass power even while your devices are unplugged.
If you are affected, you may simply have to replace the ethernet controller in your computer. Larger surges will damage all the electronics in the path from your phones to your TV control boxes, the switches, routers, and even connected game consoles.
Stay safe tomorrow!

Friday, November 6, 2015

See our repairs of the day on our Facebook Page:

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Thinking about a new laptop?  Buy one from Kara by June 1,  2015 for only 5% over cost!  We can still get some laptops with Windows 7 too.