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See the new Mullarky Business Systems Partners Page

We have a new Mullarky Business Systems Partners page.    Find the page (much like this post) at https://www.mbswi.com/about/mullarky-business-systems-partners/ Mullarky business systems is proud to work with many fine global, national and Wisconsin firms – all there to help us do a better job of serving you, our clients.  Here’s a sampling of Mullarky Business Systems Partners:Datto – […]

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Computer Buying Guide: Minimum Standards for Business PC Purchases

Computer Buying Guide – August 2018 My friends and relatives, as well as clients, look at us as their “computer buying guide.”  They often ask for advice when buying a new desktop or laptop/tablet.   Here are some general guidelines that I go by: Here are the main elements to consider in a computer buying guide:   […]

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Passed Cisco CCNA4 Class – On to the Certification Exam

I just passed my Cisco CCNA4 final exam with a score of 99%!! Next I need to take Cisco’s certification test.  By the end of September, I should have Cisco CCNA4 certification.  I’ve been taking Cisco certification classes at Waukesha County Technical College for just over a year. It feels good to be done with that. […]

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Exchange 2007 Service Pack – Error Code 2

My apologies again for a “technical” post. This post is for other techs who are trying to make their Exchange server work again! While applying a service pack to an Exchange 2007 server this weekend, it removed all of the binaries then errored out. I was left with a non-functional Exchange server. During the file […]

Legacy Software – Hanging On To That Old Program

Recently, I ran into a client who had a computer in a machine shop. The legacy software on this computer was written when Windows XP was new, and would NOT run on Windows 7. We tried using “XP Mode”, which is a virtual machine that you can download from Microsoft. To make a long story short, […]