We do more than just sell parts and computers, we provide the following services as well;

Vintage and Legacy Computers and Peripherals Repairs:

Ask us about specific items that you need to have serviced. We were probably fixing them when they were new and we probably still have (or can get) the parts required to get your equipment up and running again.

Media Transfer Services:

Since we have a lot of old equipment that works, we can use it in the event that you have a hard drive, floppy diskette, data cartridge, whatever that the data on has suddenly become important to access. Of course, the equipment that it was MADE on is LONG gone and someone dropped the task on YOU.
Not a problem. Tell us what you have the data on and what you need it on and we'll do our best to make it happen.

Media Creation Services:

We are now offering this service because, a lot of times, when you acquire an old computer the diskettes you need to operate it are not with it.
Also, if your media wears out and there is no backup available, you need to get that production machine back up and running.
We can help you out. We have the equipment to write multiple formats of physical diskettes, as long as you can supply, or we can find, the disk image file.
Single sided, double sided, single density, double density, special format, protected or any combination.
Let us know and we'll see what we can do.
Initially, we are offering this service for 5.25" and 3.5" media. If we get enough demand, we will also add 8" media.

Repair Partners:

This is new section where we will list qualified people and companies that we think will do work to our standards.
We talk to them, we hear what other people have to say and we test their knowledge and abilities. Only then do we add them to the list.

Melbourne Australia and area
David Mutimer
0423 749 502
David repairs computers and peripherals from numerous manufacturers from the Vintage and Legacy era.
He is very knowledgeable and works with collectors and enthusiasts alike.
If you are in Australia and have a 70s or 80s piece of hardware, he's the person to talk to about getting it going again.

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