DMD Computer Service is dedicated to helping you stay informed and educated
on the ever changing world of technologies. Many computer related
companies today will take advantage of people that are not well
versed in the tech industry. Even if you do not hire us to do the
work, we can make certain you have all the information available to
you and that you have a complete understanding of the task at
hand so you can make the best possible decisions for your business
and/or family needs.
Hard Drive Data Recovery
You depend on your computer for a lot of things, from storing pictures and family videos to doing your taxes or managing your business. We know your machine holds a lot of precious and critical information. What happens when one day you find yourself in a technological crisis, with a bright blue screen or a frozen system? Bring your affected equipment to DMD Computer Service. We will do a basic checkup to ensure that your data actually CAN be retrieved.
Hard Drive Replacement & Upgrades
Your PC's internal hard drive is a real workhorse--the most critical component of your system after the CPU and memory. The hard drive is the hub where your operating system, programs, and data are permanently stored and accessed.
If you edit movies, take lots of digital photos, play games, or listen to music files on your PC, a big, fast internal Parallel or Serial ATA hard drive can dramatically improve your overall computing experience. If you need more storage or a means to back up your PC's internal drives, you can add an external hard drive--available in USB 2.0, FireWire 400 or 800, or external SATA flavors.
Virus, Spyware, Malicious-ware, & Ad-Ware Removal Services
Are you annoyed by an increasing number of pop-ups? Have you noticed that your Internet connection is slower and your computer is crashing frequently? This could be caused by a virus or spyware infection.
Microsoft Windows Operating System Repair, Restore, & Upgrade
Technologies change every day. There are always new things coming out to make your computer work more efficiently. So, even if your system is fairly new, you may need a few enhancements to accommodate your growing collection of digital photos, movies, files, or video games. Upgrading an existing machine -- whether it's running the eight-year-old Windows XP or the much newer Windows 7