Need Fayetteville Computer Support? TN Computer Medics has the solution.

Computer Repair Service in Fayetteville, TN

Fayetteville town Square

We service Fayetteville and surrounding areas.


Fayetteville Tennessee Computer Support

The success of your local business must have a Fayetteville Tennessee computer repair solution to flourish in today’s technologically advanced world.
TN Computer Medics provides Fayetteville Tennessee, and the adjacent areas with professional expertise for outsourced computer repair solutions encompassing all facets of computer consulting and computer security.
As a small, medium, or even large organization, you depend on technology to generate revenue and construct brands. An organization can determine its success or failure by skipping the burdensome and costly process of employing an internal computer repair services team.
Collaborating with TN Computer Medics enables one to concentrate on the fundamental objective of generating revenue and achieving profitability. Regarding your technical infrastructure, we will handle it. Allow us to handle security concerns and perform backups of critical data.
In essence, let TN Computer Medics become your managed Fayetteville Computer Repair experts.
Please call or email us immediately for a free consultation to discuss your professional and personal technology support requirements.
We are readily available to offer Fayetteville businesses physical or virtual computer repair services in minutes.
Simply give us a call, and we will visit you.

A Brief History of Fayetteville TN

Fayetteville holds the distinction of being the largest city in Lincoln County. The city was founded in 1809 through an Act of the Tennessee General Assembly. The act came into effect on January 1, 1810.

The territories encompassing Lincoln County and Fayetteville were initially under the ownership of the Cherokee and Chickasaw tribes. They were transferred to the United States in 1806.

The city was named after Fayetteville, North Carolina, where a number of its earliest residents had resided prior to relocating to Tennessee. The previous town was named after Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, a French general who bravely fought for the United States during the American Revolution. Lincoln County was named after Major General Benjamin Lincoln, who played a crucial role in the U.S. Army during the Revolutionary War.

The first white settler in the area was Ezekiel Norris, who generously donated the one hundred acres of land on which the city was established. Alongside Ezekiel Norris, Fayetteville was also founded by Alexander and Andrew Greer, William Edmonson, and Matthew Buchanan.

In 1995, the International Gospel Hour radio broadcast, originally established in Texarkana, Texas, by clergyman V. E. Howard, was relocated to the West Fayetteville Church of Christ in Fayetteville, under the leadership of minister Winford Claiborne.

TN Computer Medics cares about our reputation. We try our best with each and every client.


Nothing is perfect, but they came very close. The only place for Our computer needs. Treat you right and they really care about your computer…

Gary Allen

Repaired my laptop in a timely manner at a good price. Was truthful about the fact the price may change should more work was needed. The part I needed at the time was inexpensive as well. Great place and very helpful.

Joann Harrison

I am very happy I hired TN Computer Medics. The tech Sam knew exactly what my issue was and fixed it the same day the price was perfect. I can tell from the work done to my computer that the tech is experienced in this line of work. I will not go anywhere else!!!

Sandra Haywood

Sam got my computer fixed, it had a virus and now it is working good again. will come back.

Jason Hollis

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(615) 806-1535



1715 -K South Rutherford Blvd Murfreesboro TN 37130
We are a mobile only come to you company. The address is stritcly only for mailing.


Sunday: 11 am–4 pm
Monday: 8 am–6:30 pm
Tuesday: 8 am–6:30 pm
Wednesday: 8 am–6:30 pm
Thursday: 8 am–6:30 pm
Friday: 8 am–6:30 pm
Saturday: 10am–4pm

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Computer Repair in Fayetteville