Ryan's Computer Repair

Computer Services in Fort Jennings, OH

Fort Jennings, OH

About Ryan's Computer Repair

I am a junior at Ottoville Local Schools High School in Ottoville, Ohio. I fix anything wrong with computers ranging from tuneups--which make the computer faster-- replacing parts, to just figuring out why the thing won't turn on and make it do what it was designed to do.

I offer anything that the consumer wants as far as services to computers of the laptop and desktop variety.

I am only a high school student, with no official certifications, but I am very skilled and work for our school with the tech department during the summer to set up new equipment, do updates and upgrades and teach the staff and teachers how to run any new equipment.

I will service any computer that anyone is willing to drop off, or, I provide pickup and delivery services to homes in the Ottoville, Kalida, Fort Jennings, Delphos region.

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Anything that someone has a problem with from Apple and Microsoft, to HP, DELL, COMPAQ, ACER, laptops, desktops, and servers.

Remodeling cost guides

Hardwired Computer Network Cost
Typical average cost to install a hardwired computer network in Fort Jennings is about $780-$1,120 (4 room cat 6 networking installation without pre-wiring)

Lawn Maintenance and Mowing Cost
Typical cost to maintain and mow the lawn in Fort Jennings is around $60-$70 (standard mow and maintenance)

Wireless Computer Network Cost
Typical average cost to install a wireless computer network in Fort Jennings is about $220 - $260 (standard modem - 200 ft. cable - installation)

Fort Jennings, OH 45844
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Questions that should be asked include age, experience in the field, certifications, who else you have worked for.

If something goes wrong with something related to what I worked on and they call, I will fix whatever was wrong, usually for free if it was something I had forgotten about or if it was my fault.

I also try to make a phone call or attempt of communication with them around a month afterward to check on everything.

I needed a job and approached some local computer repair companies, but no one had room for another position, and therefore decided to start my own.

I worked for a local paving company to help them order a new computer, and then reconfigured their entire network and servers.


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