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PC Repair

Problem with your PC? We’ll solve it! We’re who you call when your desktop runs slow and your programs stop working. From corrupted hard drives to infected machines, our Computer Repair engineers are your personal army of tech-savvy geeks.

We cover the whole city, and best of all we can fix most desktop computers in a single visit. If your problem is software related, we may not even have to come to your home or business premises. Nine out of ten software issues can be fixed remotely. So, if your hard drive’s making beeping sounds or your screen keeps freezing, let us know. Our professional, qualified computer technicians will get you working again today.

Computer Won’t Turn On

The most frightening thing that can happen to your MAC or Windows computer is the failure to turn on at all. You press the power button, and nothing happens. No beeps, clicks, clunks, or whirs. The light on the monitor is on, but your computer is completely dead.

First of all, don’t panic! When people face this kind of problem, they tend to panic, worried that all of their important data on their PC or MAC is gone forever. More than likely, your documents and pictures are safe, just not accessible at the moment. This computer problem shows that one of the hardware components have failed.

Noisy Computer

Have you ever started using your computer, and it suddenly sounds like it’s trying out for band in the wind section? When a computer is running smoothly, it is practically silent, and a noisy machine can get on a person’s nerves quickly. When your PC starts making sounds that just don’t feel right, let us know and we can diagnose the problem.

Most noise issues with a PC is due to a dusty fan, from tiny particles flying through the machine over time, and a simple fix can be done at home or your place of work with a can of pressurized air. If that doesn’t solve the problem, then there’s something more complex going on, and our PC repair team can swiftly diagnose most problems and provide a fix in the same day, evening, or weekend.

Computer Fails To Start

This can happen suddenly and without any visible cause. Sometimes, your computer starts to load, but after some time it simply stops responding during the startup process. This issue can be caused by many factors.

Your computer can try to load windows from removable media. First of all, check and remove any CD’s, DVD’s, USB flash drives, and memory cards. Remove any digital cameras or external hard drives. Try to restart your computer. If it fails again, something else is causing the problem. If your desktop displays an error during startup, this probably caused by a hardware configuration problem. Your motherboard, CPU, memory, or graphic card may develop a problem.

Computer Freezes And Restarts

It can be one or two types of problems causing your computer to freeze and restart. First, and most probable, is a software problem (Windows or Mac). Viruses, Trojans, rogues, and other adware can cause system instability. When your system detects a problem, it restarts in order to prevent future damage. These problems can be solved by cleaning any unwanted programs and spyware, upgrading drivers, or reinstalling the operating system. Our computer engineers can test if it is a software problem, and repair your computer at your home or office straight away.

The second, and more serious issue – a hardware problem. Your computer overheating is the most probable cause for your computer freezing and restarting.

When your machine overheats, it becomes unstable and sends a signal to restart. There are more types of hardware issues that can cause a computer to freeze. A faulty power supply, graphic card, processor, or even a hard drive can cause this kind of problem. Our PC technicians will try to test your computer on site. Sometimes, this requires more serious testing. For this, we do collect and return computers, after repair services. We will take your faulty desktop PC to our repair facility and return it in full working condition, at no extra charge. While it depends on the problem, repairs usually take 1 to 3 days.

Computer Is Too Slow

Does your computer keep running slow when you start it up? Does your desktop take forever to load? Does it shut itself off without warning? Does your internet browser take an inordinate amount of time to open? Is it slow to get your email up or even make a simple internet search? Do you keep getting a warning, regarding unresponsive script?

Do any of these questions sound familiar? Computers become slower over time. Corrupted, old, and redundant files build up in the computer.

These types of things can cause your computer to become slow, sluggish, even cause it to crash, to bring up system errors, and even more serious slowdowns when you need your PC the most. It is a huge annoyance when you need to wait for your computer to go through a simple task. This happens to older PC’s, but it can even happen to your new computer.

Printer, Keyboard or Mouse Doesn’t Work

Problems with peripherals can happen suddenly and without warning. Yesterday, your printer, mouse, or keyboard was working perfectly, then you turn your computer on today and boom – they’re not working properly. In most cases, this problem can be caused by a driver issue. First, try to connect your faulty hardware to another USB port. Sometimes, this helps to repair minor issues.

In a few cases, these problems can be with faulty hardware. If none of your peripherals connected through USB are working properly, this is probably the fault of the motherboard. If you a have wi-fi printer that isn’t working, it can be caused by the wrong drivers or from being connected to the wrong wi-fi router configuration.

Screen Doesn’t Show Anything

You turn on your desktop computer, and hear it beginning to work, and load windows – but nothing comes up on the screen. There is no image, or error like “no signal found.” This can happen for any number of reasons. If you moved your computer recently, check all of your cables. They could be slightly loose and not sending the proper signal. If the cables are all okay, you should try to connect the screen to another computer. It’s possible the monitor is at fault.

Sometimes the screen shows nothing because of a defective graphic card, or another piece of hardware. If the steps mentioned above do not solve the issue, you should contact a professional computer repair technician.

Our computer engineers can repair all screen related problems. We will test all cables, hardware, and software issues and repair any and all problems found. You can book a repair engineer online, or by calling us. How much will this repair cost? Our expert desktop repair technician will check your computer for faults and then will tell you an exact quote for repairs. If you change your mind, or it will be too expensive for you, you will pay just for the testing.