Check out our latest install here at ENS!! The pictures below showcase the OK Tire install at Grand Falls that happened yesterday.
Check out the first of many posts from all our OK Tire installs that have been happening this week! These pictures display the install done by Sylvain and Adam at Marieville, Qc. Great install, job well done!!
Below are some more pictures from an OK Tire install at St Georges. This install was done by Denis and Marc-Andre, who get everything set up and running in record time!
Below are pictures from the OK Tire install in Kapuskasing. This is the first of two installs by Kevin, which were both completed on the same day. See post below for pictures from the VaL Rita install.
Below is pictures from the second install that was done by installer Kevin at Val Rita on Thursday last.
Its been a busy week here at ENS! We have been kept on our toes doing a number of successful installs and retrofits for OK Tire across Canada. Below are the pictures for the install at OK Tire Boucherville, by Sylvain at Geek Squad. Great job!
Below are pictures from the latest OK Tire install on Dupont st, Toronto. With the new operating system, installs are now quicker and easier than ever. Simply connect the media player to the TV screen with VGA and insure CAt5 cable and internet are connected. All thats left to do is power up the screen
We are pleased to announce the launch of Infinity-Law here in Victoria. Over the past few months we have had pleasure of working with this great law firm, in helping them amalgamate Windsor Law Group and Nav Parhar Litigation & Conflict Resolution under one new firm and branding, Infinity-Law with all new print, digital and
The video below is a comprehensive guide on how to upgrade to the latest version of the operating system. This is explained in 5 key steps. 1) Download file from website 2) Copy contents onto USB key 3) Make USB key bootable 4) Boot from USB 5) Restart the computer
The video below is a quick demonstration for Darcy at 99th street. It showcases the remote power control that you plug into the back of your computer. You can than use the remote clicker to turn the unit on and off. This is extremely useful if your box is in a hard to reach place,