Eldorado Computer Works

Suite B8
Phone: 505-466-1262
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
 
New Service starts August 1st!
To save you time, gas, and a trip into Santa Fe,  Eldorado Computer Works will order inks and toner for your printer.   Come by the store, or call us at 466-1262, and let us know what you need.  If we don’t have it, we will order it for you and call you when it arrives.  There are no shipping costs and we will charge you just 1 cent more than the regular price at Staples.  The only catch is that we ask you to bring in your empty cartridges so we can recycle them.   

As we figure out what the most popular inks and toner are, we’ll keep some in stock.  Let us know what you need and we will stock them for you.

 

OUR SERVICES:

  • Home Network Installation, Upgrades and Maintenance
  • Custom PC and Server Sales and Configuration
  • Laptop, Notebook Computer Repairs
  • PC, Computer, Workstation and Server Repairs
  • Laptop, Printer and Computer Parts
  • Free Computer recycling.  Bring in your old or broken computers, printers, monitors, and parts for free recycling

 

  • Removal of viruses, Trojans, spyware, cleaning your computer from malicious software, advertising, dialers, malware’s. Clear the system registry of unnecessary entries from your computer to work as soon as possible. Install the Windows collection of amendments, raising its security and antivirus software to protect your computer from similar problems in the future.

 

6 Comments»

  Phil Young wrote @

About a week ago I received an e-notice that there was not enough room left on my hard drive disk (C:/) for an automatic update. I checked and it was full. So, I moved some big files (photos and music [.wmv] to our Seagate backup (F:/). Then later in the week I found that when the F: was being backed up it deleted the data it could no longer find on the C: = folders are there, but empty.
Do you have any experience with recovering data like this? If so, what program do you recommend (like tech-pro uneraser) and do you think I should try to recover it from the C:/ or the F:/ drive? THANKS… Phil

  latiendaeldorado wrote @

We use a commerical program called R-Studio for recover lost or damaged files and drives. There are several of them out there that work well. I would start with the C:. If your software deleted your files from the F: and then wrote a large backup, it probably over-wrote the area that the deleted files were using.

Good luck, if you need help bring it in to the shop.

Steve

  Gaye Pollitt wrote @

Over 5 years, my computers have been saved sooo many times by Steve – at this current shop & his previous business. Steve knows his stuff, happily shares his knowledge, and is an all ’round good person. He’s not out to make a killing – just to make a decent living by providing good work and excellent service.
Gaye Pollitt
(This is NOT a paid-for endorsement – I promise!)

  Ruth Bilowus Butler wrote @

Glad to know you are still here in Eldorado. I was thrown off by the voice message on your business phone. First it didn’t identify the business name. Also, the voice was computerized and stated “call back later,”. Unfortunately by the time i received your email reply I had already ordered the part on line and will follow youtube directions to install it. With that said you may see me afterall.

  Harold wrote @

Steve, I telephoned this morning (Sunday) to leave a message for you. The answering machine/device said, “Memory is full. Enter your access code.”

  Andrew hitson wrote @

Sample of my reviews and a link to my page
https://m.facebook.com/I-know-a-tech-guy-752772608171704/


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