Welcome to CET Computer Magic
CET is an information technology company providing repair service and support for Mooresville, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Sherrill’s Ford, Denver, Statesville and all areas around Lake Norman. Whether you need computer repair, virus and spyware removal, upgrades, network installation and administration, hardware and software consulting, or training, CET technicians can come to you, or you can bring your computer to us.
CET is dedicated to offering the most, reliable computer services available. From simple upgrades to complex network installations, CET will provide you with the best of today's technology coupled with a commitment to customer satisfaction.
Owner Tim Grier has worked hard to earn the trust and confidence from his satisfied customers and friends. The CET philosophy is "The job is not done until the customer is completely satisfied." We believe that being fair and honest is the only way to do business, promoting long-term business relationships.
Lake Norman residents depend on their PC's for a wide variety of purposes, using them at home and at work on a daily basis. It is critical that your computer functions adequately and reliably, while your data remains confidential, safe, and accessible.
CET offers PC and Laptop Repair Services for Dell, Toshiba, Hp, Sony, Acer, IBM, Gateway, Fujitsu, Packard Bell, Apple and Mac models.
Latest News from our Blog
Safari Update Scam
There is a new Safari update scam. I was keyed to this when we found an unintended installation of MacKeeper on a Statesville client’s Macbook Air. MacKeeper is generally an intentional installation by a user who doesn’t truly understand the program but this client was steadfast that she had not done any installations. We, of [...]
It’s Gaming Season in North Carolina!
As Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Mooresville, and Iredell County schools break for the summer and it’s too hot go go outside around Lake Norman, gaming season is on again – and the scammers know it. Be wary as the scam “free game codes” sites start proliferating across the web. Malwarebytes’ Unpacked led us to three nasty scam sites [...]