Computer repair in Tijuana

So here’s what happened:  I got a crazy computer virus and everything, and I mean everything, pretty much shut down.  I called The Geek Squad and got two things: attitude and a quote of $59 just to have them look at my computer.  Screw you Geek Squad.  So instead, I put out a complaint on Twitter and found two guys, two strangers, I now consider friends.   The Beam and Ricardo Rosales, who’ve seemingly turned my computer into a super ninja-speed machine that’s 10 times better and faster than it was before the whole virus ordeal.  If you or anyone you know needs your computer fixed, don’t even think about going to the Geeks.  Hit up my buddies and (for a ridiculously affordable price) get things done right.


About Kinsee Morlan

Arts and web editor at San Diego CityBeat. Interested in art and the Tijuana/San Diego border.
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4 Responses to Computer repair in Tijuana

  1. Violeta says:

    thanks for the tip

  2. Kim in SD says:

    Agreed with you on the geek squad. They’re a rip off, most of them have attitudes (from not seeing any of that money to begin with), and if you do actually get your computer checked by them it won’t be fixed! Great that you found a local!


    p.s. – been lurking on your blog for awhile, just find it really interesting.

  3. beam says:

    Thanks for the plug. I’m more of a translator guy and Ricardo knows more about computers, though!

  4. Sad but tue, al lot of computer problems and slow computers can be easily fixed by users with a little help in the right direction.
    Shame that some companies and technicians just see the general public as vulnerable and easy meat and often massivley over complicate the simplest problems

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