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Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

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Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby runDMC » 12 Oct 2012, 09:02

Im thinking about buying a computer from new egg. has anyone ever done that? are they good?
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Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby monkeytommo » 26 Feb 2013, 23:34

Little late to give advice, but I'd recommend building your own every time. If you need help, just PM me.
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Re: Nationwide: Truly great!

Postby rogue » 20 Mar 2013, 16:55

Hi I just want to let everyone know if you want someone to fix your computer Nam is THE guy! He is extremely careful with how he treats your computer and its issues and does everything he can to solve any problems. He charges a very reasonable rate and his service is above board! I highly recommend him and know he will be my computer guy forever after :) Thanks Nam!!
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Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby shiadoa » 30 Apr 2013, 01:39

Everytime I get a Computer expert to come and sort out problems,I forget all the Passwords. It's a nightmare. Should have followed this idea !


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Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby ChengXiaoLong » 06 Mar 2014, 21:55

Hello everybody! How can I find nationwide office in Taipei? I have already lost all my hope waiting for them to reply me via e-mail, and there is no whereabouts on their website:(
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Re: English-speaking computer repair

Postby 2Enigma » 22 Jun 2014, 21:45

Dairyllama wrote:
Nam wrote:
My name is Nam; and I am (Soviet)Canadian! :Canada: :wink: :Canada:


I loved that advert. Bloody marvelous.


Nam is the computer repair person that I will most certainly use again. (hopefully, not soon.) He was quick and fair. No B.S., just good work and a warranty to boot.
Thanks Nam.

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General Information: info@nationwide.com.tw
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Services: services@nationwide.com.tw
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Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby obblogatory » 11 Jul 2014, 10:22

We bought a PC from ages ago. Didn't regret it for one moment. Well worth it!
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Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby StiffUpperLip » 20 Oct 2014, 22:11

I'm looking for a minor repair on a macbook keyboard (loose key) and read a comment elsewhere in the forum about an Apple repair centre in Nova near Taipei Main that can do work on the spot or in no more than a day or two. Can anyone confirm it's still there before I go carting all the way across town with my laptop? I did pop into an Apple shop elsewhere, and got some frankly frightening spiel about having to send it away for three weeks. But that guy may have been an idiot.
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Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby dylanh724 » 09 May 2016, 18:38

I live in Beitou and will repair computers for a fee :) Minimum $50 though~ Just PM me. Desktops only - No Macs ;)
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Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby ilikecoffee » 26 Jun 2016, 01:17

Whatever happened to Nam's site? He built me a great pc about 8 years ago... swapped out the HD after it died last year. The rest of the thing is still ticking along just fine!

Best Bloody PC I ever had built!
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