IT Blog

Welcome to our IT Blog.

Below you will find technical articles related to the work we do. As we find solutions to issues our customers face, we post some of them here to help the global community!

New Fees Applicable from 1 July 2015

OJ Networks prides itself on the Professional and  value for money IT services we provide on the Sunshine Coast. Since our incorporation in 2010 we have kept our fees at the same low rate. Recently the cost of business has increased and our fees will be increasing for the first time. Please see the table

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Large format USB Hard Drive – 2tb, 3tb, 4tb showing in Disk Management but does not get drive letter in Windows 7 and Server 2008 r2. How to Solve…

We had a problem recently where we replaced the external backup drives on a client’s 2008 r2 server with a new suite of Samsung m3 portable 2tb USB 3.0 drives. The problem is that when the drives were plugged into the server on any USB port, they were detected as USB devices fine but did

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What are the differences between POP3, IMAP and Exchange Online Email?

Are your emails different on your phone to your work computer? Do you have two different sent items? If you are experiencing this frustration you may still be running POP3 mail. POP3 works by storing the messages from your inbox on an internet server. When you “pop” the mail out of your inbox it comes

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A Word of Warning – Why to use a local computer expert – Fake Online Windows Support

The screenshot attached to this post will provide a good laugh to anyone that knows Windows. What the supposed “Windows Technical Support” expert has done here is type commands like “14 Trojans Found”, “Drivers Corrupt” and “Hackers to Network”! into command prompt and then tell the computer owner that their computer is infected and needs

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My external hard drive has stopped working. Can I retrieve the data?

External hard drives are not immune to having issues. They are often transported around and bumped and knocked more than a drive in your computer. Many people consider these USB drives as a “backup” device and then proceed to place the only copy of their information on them. Remember that in order for it to

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