Unit 55 Broadstone Business Centre, 19b Moor Road, Broadstone, Poole, Dorset, BH18 8AZ fixmypc@cmcpc.co.uk 01202 912 321

Corfe Mullen Computers

New PC - Repairs - PC MOT - Upgrades - Projector Hire

 

What we do

Corfe Mullen Computers Ltd provides laptop and PC repair services to Corfe Mullen, Broadstone, Creekmoor, Poole, Upton, Sturminster Marshall, Lytchett Matravers, Wimborne, Wareham, Blandford and surrounding areas. We help home computer users, home office computer users and small businesses. Our range of services are detailed in the pages of this website.

  • We can make slow computers fast again
  • Remove viruses, pop-up adverts and unwanted programs
  • Repair laptops and desktop PCs
  • Install new hardware such as WiFi printers and routers
  • Make email accessible from your PC, tablet and smartphone
  • Secure computer disposal including hard drive wiping
  • NEW Refurbished PCs and laptops
  • FREE call-out

On-site visits

We offer a home or office on-site service with no call-out charge and our services are inclusive of the little extras that means you are back up and running just the way you were before you had a problem.

 

You can contact us through the details on the Contact page or the social media links at the bottom of each page.

Also, have a look at our Facebook page for technology news and comment.

 

68 Comments

  1. Linda quinney

    Hello Rick

    Do you deal with iPads? Mine, which is rather old in computer terms, was dropped recently. While it still works (much to my amazement) , the sound button appears to have been damaged and so the “sound effects” box is permanently displayed in the centre of he screen. The button cannot be moved. Please can you help?

    Thank you
    Linda

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    1. RickRick (Post author)

      Hello Linda, yes I can help you with your iPad. I shall contact you directly to arrange an appointment.

      Reply
  2. Carol Norris

    Hello Rick, Have just switched on our computer and Microsoft want me to verify our account. (Outlook one) Shall I ? The prompt to do so comes up on opening etc and a code can be supplied if I log into the email etc.

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    1. RickRick (Post author)

      Hello Carol, yes you should verify your accounts when asked to.

      Reply
  3. Linda Quinney

    Hello Rick

    I have an HP Photosmart 5510 Printer which, up until today, was connected by WiFi to my Mac and iPads.

    Although it has been able to print a status report for me, the devices mentioned all insist that they are not connected to it and consequently nothing can be printed. Please can you help?

    Thank you

    Reply
    1. RickRick (Post author)

      Hello Linda, I’ll send you a private email to arrange a time for me to help you with this problem. Thank you.

      Reply
      1. Linda Quinney

        Thank you very much, Rick, for the prompt and effective phone call. It is so good to have a simple solution provided so swiftly. It is printing beautifully again.

        Very best wishes

        Linda

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  4. Stephen Witt

    Hello

    have a problem and need some assistance… i bought a list of parts to build my own desktop comp to save money on buying one i found at a computer store in towerpark. i ordered all the parts from amazon and proceeded to put it all together. i am not an professional but certainly know enough to get myself into trouble and after putting it all together i started it up.. now here comes the problem.. it starts up with the usual lights and fan kicking in but after a few seconds it shuts off.. then waits a few seconds then starts up and trys again then again goes off again. from experiance i would have said it would be a case of loose ram or power connecter but i think i have found the rough area of the problem.

    there are 2 main power sockets on my motherboard.. with just the main one (24 pin) plugged it the computer fires up and stays on but when the second one (ATX_12V_2X4) is plugged in the problem starts. now from what i googled that is the power for the CPU so i am guessing it is either a dodgy socket on the board/PSU or it is down to the i5 itself. i dont really want to take it to PC world or anything thats going to cost me a small fortune to fix as that makes the excerise of putting this together myself to save money pointless but after spending a couple of hours messing around with it yesterday which didnt get me anyway i really just want to take it to someone whos knows exactly what they are doing to sort this issue for me.

    any ideas what this is or how much it would cost to correct

    thanks

    Steve

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    1. RickRick (Post author)

      Hello Steve, I can help you with this. If you please bring the PC into my workshop that would be great. The address is Unit 55, 19b Moor Road, Broadstone, BH18 8AZ.

      Reply
  5. Tony Aspland-Jupe

    My wife has a toshiba satellite running windows vista. Connect to home wifi ok, but no connectivity to internet. Other devices in home connect ok to wifi and internet. The language is spanish on laptop. We live in Poole.

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    1. RickRick (Post author)

      Hello Tony, I have sent you a private email to arrange an appointment. Thank you.

      Reply

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