Live Chat (IRC)
Welcome to Geeks to Go Live Chat. There are many websites that offer live tech support, the catch is they charge a lot of money for it. Some charge a flat rate per incident and some charge per minute. Here the help you receive from volunteers is FREE.
Not every problem can be solved via chat, so you may be referred to our forums. This is especially true for malware removal, or complex issues. Chat is a good place to ask a quick tech support question, ask for help if you’re having trouble using the forums, or to get to know fellow geeks.
Geeks to Go uses IRC (Internet Relay Chat) to offer live help. IRC is a text-based chat system that allows millions of people around the world to communicate in real time. Note that not all users appearing in a channel are currently active, or may be active in other channels. After asking your question please expect a few minutes for a response. If you don’t get a response, please try back at another time, or create a new topic in our forums.
Important note: Simply ask your question. If someone has an answer, they’ll reply. Some of us are at work, so we may answer slowly. Please be patient. This chat has a 200-character limit, so it may get cut off if you type too much.
Need help? Try the support forum.
IRC Port: 6667
IRC Channel: #geekstogo