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Part 2

The second of the websites is now live. BusyBee Millbrook a preschool based in Southampton.

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BusyBee Millbrook

A wonderful colourful site for a wonderful colourful preschool!

We had to resort to a fair bit of stock photography (thank you to all the wonderful photographers and artists on Pexels) this was done to largely safeguard the children, there are however many wonderful pictures in the gallery that show you the school and the setup, including the lovely garden they have.

You can check them out here.

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Been a while, but still been busy

Its been a while since our last update (last being RetroGameBlast, which we managed to raise nearly £300 for SpecialEffect) but rest assured we have been quite busy.

We have since been working on three websites, one of which is now ready and out there. Here is JJ Mechanical Centre.

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JJ Mechanical Centre, based in Bitterne Southampton.


You can view the site here.

They opted for a nice clean site, with plenty of information on their services. If you have one of their flyers, they will give you a discount across their services.

Hopefully the next one will be ready to go in a few days and the next one a few days after that!

Here is to more busy months!

The Sajir

Pre-Tech PC Services working on board the Sajir.

All Aboard!

Sunday gone, I was called out to help assist the bridge crew of the Sajir to get two of its computer systems back online.

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The Sajir from a distance

The Sajir is classed as a HAZ – A cargo ship and is the biggest in her fleet, she certainly was massive.

She needed two computer systems back up and running that were stuck in a loop, lucky enough they had nothing to do with ship navigation or guidance systems.

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Sajir sign above the Bridge door.

The problem took a bit more creative thinking than most, the system was stuck in a boot loop if attempting to get into safe mode or simply freezing out if booting normally. A quick fix would have been to format but the system contained a lot of information regarding sea charts and weather systems, so it was quite important to get it all backed up.

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The Bridge

Using another drive to boot from, we was able to locate the files causing the problem and deal with it. After a few hours and much testing the computers came back to life and all was good.

Although it was a longer day than normal and had to be more creative with the repair (lack of Wifi was certainly made things interesting!) but the fix was achieved and by 11pm that day the Sajir set sail for its next stop in China.

It was certainly an experience and I would like the thank the crew for being so friendly and welcoming, I wish them well on their travels.

If you want to find out more about the Sajir you can look up its various stats etc here

🙂