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I'm looking for someone to come to my home to help me network my computer. I live in Bergen County (Mahwah) near Suffern, NY. I'd like someone relatively close by familiar with PC's and Mac since I need a wireless network between the two. I have a Belkin Router (Wireless Pre-N version 1002) but may want a new one or extender as the range isn't very good and would love suggestions!!
If your interested in the actual job (one time or perhaps once a month for help) please contact me. Any suggestions where to find someone besides craigslist would be appreciated as well

I need to hire someone to network my computers and help me out in general and don't know where to look. I live in Bergen County in N NJ. If anyone is interested or can suggest where to look it would be appreciated.
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Put in your zip and it will show who does commercial or home customers. Or if you call your closest apple store they usually have a few they recommend and give you their contact info.

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