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Posted by: Roger
« on: November 05, 2012, 07:04:12 AM »

My computer knowledge and skills are minimal but for problems, mainly with virus/software, I've used Korat Notebook for my old Dell Inspiron. They have a small unit other side from DTAC shop at the Mall (with a very helpful English speaking Lady) and another on the 3rd floor of IT Plaza where they seem to repair and build. Completely reconfigure and install after a wipeout for B300. In my view they seem to have many skills. Sometimes it's even no charge for some good work done. We also bought the Daughters computer there at an excellent price. Worth a try.