Repairs

 

If your computer ever lets you down, there is no need to worry.

My job is to quickly diagnose and fix the problem for you.

 

One quick stress-free phone call and I will pop round to your home or place

of work to give your machine a free diagnostic check with no call out charge.

Once the problem has been found, I will then give you a no-obligation quote

for the work. In the majority of cases, my charge is £49.00 plus parts.

It may be the case that I will need to take your computer away to diagnose

the fault, but this service is still free. 

 

In most cases, if your computer has to be taken away for repair, it will be

returned to you up and running within 24 to 48 hrs.

 

All my repairs are covered for a period of three or six months depending on

the nature of the repair. All parts are covered with a full

twelve-month warranty.

 

The top ten most common faults are:

 

1. The Computer fails to start.

This would indicate that the power supply may be starting to fail.

 

2. A blank screen

If the computer starts up normally, but the screen remains blank, then the fault is most likely to be with the graphics card on the computer.

 

3. Abnormally Functioning Operating System or Software.

This could indicate corruption within the system.

 

4. Windows Won’t Boot.

If windows is having trouble starting, this could also indicate that the operating system is corrupt and may need re-installing.

 

5. The Screen is Freezes.

When your computer freezes, you may have no other option than to reboot and risk losing any unsaved work. Freezes can be a sign of insufficient ram, registry conflicts, corrupt or missing files, or spyware.

 

6. Computer is Slow

If your computer is slower than normal, you can often fix the problem simply by cleaning the hard disk of unwanted files. You can also install a firewall, anti-virus and anti-spyware tools, and schedule regular registry scans.

 

7. Strange Noises

A lot of noise coming from your computer is generally a sign of either hardware malfunction or a noisy fan. Hard drives often make noise just before they fail, so you may want to back up information just in case, fans are very easy to replace.

 

8. Slow Internet

To improve your Internet performance, you need to clear cookies and Internet temporary files frequently.

 

9. Overheating

If a computer case lacks a sufficient cooling system, then the computer’s components may start to generate excess heat during operation. To avoid your computer burning itself out, turn it off and let it rest if it’s getting hot.

 

10. Dropped Internet Connections

Dropped Internet connections can be very frustrating. Often the problem is simple and may be caused by a bad cable or phone line, which is easy to fix.

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