I am taking PC repair jobs on the side again. Quite frankly, I'm bored. I work every other week, and I need something to do. The extra money wouldn't go amiss, either. Also, I'm more qualified than most of the guys who work out of their garage, and I have the paperwork to back it up. I thought I'd post this here, so here goes nothing.
CNA (Certified Netware Administrator)
A+ Core Hardware Technician
- Training with Supermicro on IPMI(Intelligent Platform Management Interface) based utilities
- 2.5 years working in server and enterprise network product design/testing
- 1 year working as network support on a hybrid Novell/Windows NT Server network with around 400 nodes
- A lot of others, and my resume is available upon request
I charge $30 per hour, but I don't charge for time spent doing a backup or something like that. Meaning, if I have to upload all of your data onto my server and it takes three hours or so, I don't charge for the three hours. As long as I don't have to sit and actually work on it, I don't charge for it. I charge for driving time, if I have to come to your house or place of business to fix it. If you want to save some money, you can drop it off at my house, and I'll fix it there. It's easier that way, because I have tools, a live network, and a server on which to store data. The minimum time charge for coming to fix something is 2 hours. If you drop it off, it's 1 hour. The only thing I won't work on is a Mac. My contact information is below. If I don't answer, leave a message and I'll call you back within 24 hours. I can also usually give you an estimate of how long it will take.