Most slow running computers and software
issues can be resolved quickly.

We use a simple program to connect
to your device through the internet.

Click a Nerd technicians will diagnose
your problem while you watch, and
give you a firm price up front.

We never charge until you are
completely satisfied.






FOR EXISTING CLICKANERD.COM CLIENTS ONLY - Here is how - PAY BY THE MONTH - MANAGED SERVICES a.k.a SMART PLANS work.  If you own (1) PC and you want us to remove a virus, configure it on your network, or just make it work faster, then select 1 PC: $12.00 USD - monthly from the left drop down above.  If you own(2) or more PC's and desire the same service, then select that number of PC's.  This applies to all IBM compatible computer manufacturers as well as apple hardware.  SMART PLANS - is an intelligent approach to IT maintenance.  Instead of waiting for IT problems, you pay a tiny fraction of a service call each month, and in turn we constantly monitor and remedy your problems on a priority basis.  We support all server platforms and client operating systems.  Thousands of small businesses, Government agencies and residential clients all trust Click a Nerd.



Here is where we separate the men from the boys.

Scenario 1) You drop your $1500.00 MacBook air
and you see this.


You pray your backups are up to date.

Yes - We can recover data from hard drives, solid state devices,
USB drives and any other electronic media.


Scenario 2) You walk into your office and see a
USB thumb drive snapped off in the USB port.


We can recover data from a broken USB thumb drive.

When your local computer shop says "we have to send it out" - it is
experts like us they are sending it out to.

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We are the only Central Texas Business equipped with industrial grade
soldering and circuit board rework equipment.

Additionally, we stock individual components, schematics, and
troubleshooting diagrams for most motherboard and
power supply manufactures.

Why spend $3000.00 on a new MacBook air, when a $2.00
component will solve the problem?

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