Contact Me

By  Stephen Harrison  B.Sc., M.Sc., MBCS, CITP

I created this contact me page because I enjoy talking with fellow home computer users and professionals in all areas of Information Technology.

This is your opportunity to ask me a question or send me a comment by completing the form below. Simply complete your name, e-mail address, and ask your question. Check all the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) boxes then click submit, after you enter the security word (a necessary evil to protect against spam).

Alternatively, you could send me a or Tweet. I'll be more than happy to respond. I've been trying to build up a Twitter following, but it's hard work and time consuming. If you have any hints or tips on how to perform better on Twitter, then I am all ears.

I have also set up an eComputerZ Facebook page where you can contact me and see many other things computer related, including my Pinterest images.

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Contact Me | Other Visitors Questions Answered

There are many people from all over the world who have contacted me over the years with their questions and computer-related problems.

I occasionally add these correspondences, and my answers, to a form of Q&A page that you can read though, and search, at your leisure. Are you experiencing a computer-related problem that has already been answered? Take a look:-

  • Page 1 addresses issues such as a Forgotten BIOS Password, Trusteer Rapport and Keyloggers
  • Page 2 addresses issues such as the Blue Screen of Death, USB Port Failure and BIOS Versions
  • Page 3 addresses issues such as PC Factory Settings, Screen Resolutions and Incorrect Date and Times being displayed
  • Page 4 addresses issues such as Disabling the Secure Boot option, HP Chromebook Testing and BIOS Error Messages
  • Page 5 addresses issues such as Damaged computers and various BIOS-related questions.

I encourage you to take a look at these pages and see if there is anything that can help you with your issues, or even to learn a bit more about computing. There's something here for everyone.



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