We are a small local business serving the Exeter and East Devon area, with 20 years experience in working in IT for a large employer and about 10 years of building and repairing computer systems. We aim to ensure that we deliver a first rate service at reasonable prices.

We will advise you of your options when you encounter a computer problem and recommend a course of action to resolve those issues and provide you with an estimate for the repair.

We do make a small call out charge but will deduct this from the cost of any repairs which you then commission us to undertake.

Serviced Areas

  • Exeter and East Devon

Contact Details

  Website
  City Exeter
  Postcode EX5 1DD
  Address 56 Clyst Valley Road
  Phone Number 01392 920278
  Mobile 07503111004

Products & Services

Services

We can help with most computer related problems. We focus mostly on PC based systems rather than Apple Macs.

We do repairs and upgrades to desktop and some laptop computers both hardware and software related.

We can help extend the range of your Wifi and have installed a system to provide wifi coverage to a caravan park.

We can obtain and supply hardware including new computers.

We have installed and manage networks and often can resolve issues on these networks by remote connections.

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Our new updated web site is now on-line - Why not take a look on www.clystvalleycomputers.co.uk
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Why not upgrade your computer for Christmas. Give us a call for a quotation.
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This week we have dealt with a Ransomware attack on a client's server. A number of their files were encrypted. Fortunately the backup regime and quick response allowed us to recover with less than a day's data loss. We also introduced new measures to
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We have been dealing with a number of Windows 10 issues caused by the anniversary update. Windows 10 updates at the most inconvenient of times and there is very little that you can do to stop this. We are waiting to see if Microsoft are challenged on
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Since last week we have had several customers contact us, not able to connect to the Internet. We have investigate these and all seem to have the same problem, which results in an invalid IP configuration. It looks likely that Microsoft have an issue
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This week we had a laptop dropped off to us with flickering screen. Suspecting a damaged cable through hinge, dismantled screen it worked but then smoke started coming from cable. Lenovo G500 poor cable routing.
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A few months ago our ISP was hacked and our website damaged. As a result we took the opportunity to revise the site. The new site went live on 10th May. Now after a few tweaks our position in Google searches is back to where it was before the hack. It
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