Students offering free Fix-IT Saturday for computer owners | Schools
COLUMBIA, SC(WIS) - If your computer is running slow, or if you think it is infected with a virus, students at USC are offering to take a look at it for free this weekend.
The USC student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery is hosting a Fix-IT event Saturday. Students will check computers and try to help fix problems they find, including virus/spyware removal, operating system installation, software installation, hardware diagnostics and troubleshooting.
People can take their computers to Swearingen Engineering Center at 301 Main Street from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Students will make their best attempts to solve problems, but they may not be able to fix all problems. Also, if you want them to install an operating system, you will need to supply the CD with the software and the installation key.
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