I’m been visiting the Savelovsky computer market regularly in the last year or two and am pleased to report that now, when I personally know several repairmen, the rate of success in getting things fixed is higher than before, when 4/5 of computer jobs got botched.
It helps to have your face known and recognized so saying “go to Stall 110A” will not help you much. Talk to me about your computer related issues, and I may be able to introduce you to the right expert.
Still, for the record:
Notebook repair and soft installation: Л-152.
Information retrieval from hard disks: ask at Л-152.
Refilling printer cartridges: Л-137-138, daily 10am to 20pm, +7 903 507 9793, firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that Russian repairmen will NEVER do the job on time. They will ALWAYS make you wait. These are a given. When you say “Install program XYZ” a WASP American implies “so that it works”. Here you need to specify that. A very different culture and environment here, and a simple task easily turns into a long frustrating project even if no one tires to trick you. Unless you’ve been here long don’t go to a treacherous place like Savelovsky on your own.