David Charles Robertson (that’s where the “DcR” comes from). After leaving university, I was fortunate enough to fulfil my lifelong dream of becoming a pilot joining the RAF in 1984. For the next 13 years, I spent most of the time flying the Lockheed C-
Fulfilling another ambition immediately followed when I joined Cathay Pacific Airways Limited. Starting on the freighter version of the Boeing 747 “Jumbo Jet,” I moved on to the passenger fleet in 2005 flying between destinations in Europe, the Middle East and the Far East. I finally retired from aviation leaving at the beginning of 2011.
Back in 1995, we bought our first family PC: a Pentium 90 with a (then) whopping great 8 MB of RAM and a 512 MB hard drive running Windows for Workgroups 3.11. It soon became apparent that our technical box of tricks was not as straightforward as PC companies would have us believe. For example, I was trying to play various DOS-
Later on, I then installed Windows 95 but my PC told me that I didn't have a CD-
The best, though, was when I bought a modem which turned out to be faulty. From knowing relatively nothing about a PC's internal workings, after 2 weeks I was ready to take a life! "Hello? Helpline? Good. OK, I've gone into the BIOS and disabled COM port 1 and tried installing it on virtual COM port 3 using IRQ 4. What? No, it still doesn't work!"
Over the last 15 years, I found myself enjoying building and fixing computers for friends and family on a regular basis, including an ex-
So why choose me over another specialist? I’m professionally qualified and CISCO-
I've always enjoyed any training role I've had over the years. It's wonderful when someone's eyes light up with the
realisation of knowledge understood. Moreover, as a Sole Trader (blah blah fish blah blah), my business depends not
only on my professional ability but on my personal qualities. Hopefully, I'm in a best position to offer you help and advice!