6-Way Power Board with Individual Switches and Surge Protection 6 x Standard 10A, 240V Power Outlets with SURGE Protection 3 of the standard 10A Outlets have Extra Space Sockets Individual Switches Overload Protection Reset Button & Indicator Light 1 metre Main Cord Continue reading →
Easy and Quick Install. WiFi Security Cameras. Also, allow you to monitor your house while you’re away. Professional Quality. It just doesn’t get any easier. $1,255.00 PDF Brochure HERE Continue reading →
Do you want an easy way to charge your Mobile phone? Did you know a lot of new phones can now be charged wirelessly and you can even get them for your car? Suitable for: iPhone 8 (and up), Samsung S7 (and up), and numerous other brands also. (I can check and test your phone, in-store also). No more hassling … Continue reading →
Welcome to the JCH Computers Website and Business.
JCH Computers is the leading Computer & Mobile Phone repairer in Charleville. With a great range of stock to service or repair your equipment. We service all manner of computer and laptop types regardless of the operating system.
Also, a big part of the business now is Mobile phone repairs. We repair iPhone’s, Samsung, ASUS, HTC, ZTE and most other brands. We have a fairly comprehensive stock of spare parts for quick service, along with a lot those accessories to keep you out of (or get into more) trouble. Including ADSL and NBN Modems, Routers, Web Camera’s, Phone Chargers, Printers, Keyboards, Monitors, UPS’s, Cables, Tablets, WiFi Extenders.
You too can have your say on most of these pages about the topic at hand or leave some feedback for others.
Hope you can help me to make this a great site and source of reference for other locals.
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I was doing a Clone Job for a client today (Copying his data) from the standard Laptop Drive to a new 2.5″ Crucial SSD. While doing it, I thought it was about time to record a real-world and a typical example of what I see every day and what I try to generally explain to my customers as to the … Continue reading →
Cybercriminals continue to use the coronavirus crisis in various spam campaigns to trick the people in installing a variety of malware. In the current scenario, all started working from home, connecting company network from home, attackers trying to take advantage of it. Please Read More Here https://gbhackers.com/fake-corona-antivirus/ Continue reading →
With heightened panic regarding the coronavirus, the Trojan FormBook is sending emails impersonating the World Health Organization regarding COVID-19 outbreak. This comes after other phishing campaigns from AzorUlt and Emotet took advantage of the public health emergency and preyed on individuals in the United States and the UK. FormBook is an information-stealing Trojan and will inject code in targeted applications … Continue reading →
Just a Heads Up and or a Reminder to any and everyone that may be still be using Windows 7 on their Laptop or Desktop Computer.Windows 7 has reached its end of life as of 14th of January 2020.Windows 7 has not received any programs updates, patches or bug fixes since January 13, 2015. But now, as of 14th January … Continue reading →
NBN Internet access is due to be completed in the town of Charleville (at this stage) in December 2017. However, I see that there are several flyers already being sent out to prospective clients. I would like to suggest that people not be too quick to jump in and or be fooled by some of these flyers. Below is a … Continue reading →
A lot of people are having problems with excess internet usage. Those people that have limited wireless or Satelite connections, this can become an extremely expensive problem also with excess usage charges for example. Have a look at this page below, where it has been explained what’s going on and specifically how to do something about it. Click Here to … Continue reading →
Since the Sky Muster sateliet went up there has been thousands of people connecting to it for their Internet access and their Phone services also. But I am still being asked a lot, Which Provider should I use? Anyway I found a website that’s called BIRRR (Better Internet for Rural, Regional and Remote Australia), that answers most of those difficult … Continue reading →
SLOW COMPUTERS, WHY IS THIS HAPPENING? I am constantly hearing people talking about their computer is running slow. I’m also hearing all sorts of theories mostly from the general public as to why it’s slow, but also theories coming from people that should know much better, (there may be ulterior motives for this). So, I thought I would put together … Continue reading →
Thanks to an article by Adam Turner from MYOB From bogus invoices to fake parcel deliveries, scammers love an unassuming target. If you believe Hollywood, then high-tech con artists love to pull off billion-dollar heists to rip off multinational giants. In real life, scammers are often far less ambitious. These days you’re less likely to hear from a phony Nigerian … Continue reading →
Telstra Mobile and Boost Mobile Sick of running across the room to answer your phone only to get there one ring too late? Well then check out this helpful tip to give you more time before you miss a call. If you use either Telstra or Boost Mobile phone service, you will have noticed that when your phone rings, it … Continue reading →
Apparently the US Government has ordered that Apple is to create Backdoor access to their phones. In my opinion this is a very dangerous path to go down. Dangerous and Irresponsible for Everyone. Please have a read of the attached article (click the link below). Is very important to be aware of this possibility that is upon right now, it … Continue reading →
I have always wanted to know exactly how well the various Virus programs actually work. You can look up so called comparison sites but to date all of these have an agenda. That is to say they want to sell you a virus program, in some cases they don’t care which one, but usually have a favourite, the one that … Continue reading →
The most recent Ransomware variant that is circulating around Australia is a modified Australia Post attack. See a screenshot of this below. Make sure web reputation is on Block hxxp://auspoststorage.org/ Alert users in your company to be aware of the attacks Read more about Ransomware, and here. Continue reading →
I had the joy today of opening a desktop computer that clearly had not been maintained in any way for many years. Like Anything, maintenance IS required. In this case, the motherboard had died. Why did it die? Well, it certainly was not because it was over maintained. I suspect it was because it was so full of dust it … Continue reading →
Is it legal to upload TV clips from my favourite shows to sites like YouTube? In most cases, it’s not legal to copy content you don’t own. Sites like YouTube have been known to contain clips, for example, from popular television shows. However, such clips are often posted without permission from the networks — and some networks are in … Continue reading →
Seagate Hard Drives carry up to a 5 year warranty. You can find out if your Hard Drive is still under it’s warranty period by checking here via the Serial number and Model numbers. Continue reading →
Rollback is a lifesaver type program. This program can save your bacon more often than you think. In short, if your computer gets infected by a virus, malware, or if a program is installed that shouldn’t have been installed or a program install corrupts your computer, all you have to do is roll your computer back to a date before … Continue reading →
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Malware, short for malicious software, is any software used to disrupt computer operation, gather sensitive information, or gain access to private computer systems. Malware is defined by its malicious intent, acting against the requirements of the computer user, and does not include software that causes unintentional harm due to some deficiency. The term badware is … Continue reading →