Atlanta Computer Repair


Posted on 15th February 2010 by Mike in Acworth Computer Repair |Alpharetta Computer Repair |Atlanta Computer Repair |Decatur Computer Repair |Marietta Computer Repair |Sandy Springs Computer Repair |Stone Mountain Computer Repair

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If you’re looking for computer repair in Atlanta, look no further. BentleyPC offers same day expert service in Atlanta GA. We come to you at your convenience. Call us at 404 – 702 – 2865 today or visit and schedule your repair today. While you’re at feel free to look around at the other services we offer.

We offer the following services in Atlanta, GA:

Computer Repair (Atlanta):
* Computer Diagnostics, Laptop Diagnostics
* Computer Network Installation, Laptop Network Installation
* Computer Repair (Servers Incl.), Laptop Repair (Tablets & Software Incl.)
* Computer Part Repair, Laptop Part Repair (AC/DC/Power Jacks, LCDs, Hardware)
* Computer Sales & Customization, Laptop Sales & Customization
* Computer Upgrades, Laptop Upgrades
* Malware, Spyware, Trojan & Virus Removal

Computer Networks (Atlanta):
* Network Installation & Repair
* Network Device Setup & Repair (Printers, Routers, Switches, etc.)
* Network Firewall & Anti-Intrusion
* Network Expansion and Wide Area Network Setups
* Network Services Setup & Repair (Phone Systems / VoIP, VLAN, etc.)
* Cat 3, Cat 5, Cat 6, RJ11, RJ14, RJ25, RJ45, RJ61, ISDN Low Voltage Cable Installation

Website Design (Atlanta):
* Custom Design: Flash, Java, HTML, PHP, AJAX, CSS
* E-commerce Websites (Security Certificates, Shopping Carts, Paypal, Credit Card Processing API/Gateways)
* Search Engine Optimization (Google, Yahoo, MSN, Altavista, etc rankings)
* Logo & Graphic Art Design
* Template websites for $25/month

Start Menu & Task Bar Hidden


Posted on 14th February 2009 by Mike in Atlanta Computer Repair

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We had a computer come in that wouldn’t let you open the start menu by clicking on start because you couldn’t see the start button. Furthermore, pressing the windows logo key on the keyboard didn’t open the start menu either. You could go into the properties of the task bar and select, lock, auto-hide, etc., but they made no difference. Also, IE wouldn’t stay open. That is, it would open and close all in one step.

We were told that the user may have deleted something when trying to remove a game. So, we ran a repair install and the problem was fixed.

One thing to note: Before running a repair install, we tried using Dial-a-fix on the computer. In safe mode, dial-a-fix made the taskbar and start menu work, but after a restart we were back to square one.

BSOD Stop 0x0000007E migrating HDD from Intel to AMD & visa versa


Posted on 3rd December 2008 by Mike in Atlanta Computer Repair

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When migrating an existing copy of Windows XP from one machine to another, or perhaps replacing a motherboard with a new and/or different model, windows anti piracy will most likely force a blue screen of death with stop error 0x0000007e. You can usually fix this by using an xp cd to do a repair install. If the repair install blue screens after the first reboot, then you’ll probably need to disable some intel or amd drivers found in the windowssystem32drivers folder. A common trouble maker is called intelppm.sys. You can just rename the file or boot into the recovery console and type in “disable intelppm” and press enter.