New model computers are introduced in Scottsdale Arizona daily. You may love a certain brand and purchase it. But if you forget or be careless about repairing and maintaining them then you will face various technical problems.
Computers are machines made of electronic parts. It’s a machine which includes both software and hardware. If there isn’t proper maintenance your computer will fail to operate and you may end up with data loss and other critical errors.
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DIY Laptop Repair - Tips and Advice
We all adore our laptop until the day it doesn't function the way we would like, or worse than this - not at all. We need to be mobile and we need to be connected making the laptop one of our best friends along with our cell phone. However when the worse case scenario occurs there are a few things we should take into account before deciding that laptop repair is the best option - with this being the obvious option what else can we consider?
Laptop repair can be a costly expense just to have the same machine back in our hands with the possibility of having another problem and more expense to worry about in the near future. What if someone told you that you could get cash for your existing laptop, functioning or not, regardless of it´s condition, despite it being used as a doormat by the children, and having the early morning coffee split on it numerous times.
There is now a great way to trade in your old laptop, receive a cash payment for it and this can then subsidize the purchase of a brand new computer at the same expense of paying if you had considered laptop repair - the only difference being there is no waiting for the store to call and tell you it´s not quite ready for collection, or it is going to cost a little more than first quoted, and you get a brand new laptop that is up to date. Sounds like a great way to go, but how and where can this all be done?
It is quite a straight forward process, and a lot easier than taking the laptop for repair, all you have to do is go to a site such as www.cashforlaptops.com, they will give you a quote for your current laptop, in ANY condition, whether it is working fine, just won´t turn on, it has a cracked screen or any other damage you can possibly imagine. Once you have your quote they will rush you a prepaid box for you to rap up and return the laptop to them, once they receive the package they process your used laptop the same day - formatting the hard drive is a primary task and from there your check is mailed direct to you. No cost involved from you, just a payment in your hand in no time, quite the opposite of the laptop repair process!
With the above said, having to choose between receiving a payment to dampen the cost of a new laptop, or pay a ghastly figure for the laptop repair, it not expands the options, it pretty much rules the original idea out. With this great way to trade in, regardless of the condition, it could change the way we think when we have to apprehend the thought of laptop repair and what to do when the worst happens - because we know negative occurrences will happen all we can do is take the best from them.
Laptop Repair and Upgrade
The cyber-world is full of threats such as viruses, spyware, Trojans, Worms and etc. These can affect your PC and even steal your personal information. These cyber-threats can cause huge dilemmas to your PC. Always have an anti-virus guard installed. Upgrade the program and schedule regular updates. Your software’s database should be updated for a full-protection.
Monitor Repair In Scottsdale Arizona
I have had many people over the years complain to me about computer repair shop problems. There are industry certifications for computer repair, but there isn't any law requiring companies to have these certifications or actually any training at all. There have been a couple of recent and interesting studies done evaluating computer repair companies.
In one such study a reporter unplugged the power to the hard drive from the power supply inside the computer. Fixing this would take less than 1 min. Several computer repair specialist were called to diagnose and fix the problem. About half of the individuals called were able to fix it for the minimum one-hour site visit charge. The other half either charged more, or had to take the computer back to their shop. Some of the technicians that took the computer back to the shop required that more hardware be purchased and one of them totaled more than $250 in additional hardware to fix the problem.
Another recent study took 18 computer stores, some large corporations like Best Buy and CompUSA and others were small mom and pop computer stores and gave them a total of 31 common and simple computer problems. Surprisingly, the computer repair shops could not solve 18 of the 31 problems. Of those 18 stores, only 7 stores were able to properly diagnose a bad hard drive cable. 8 of the 18 shops advised the computer owner to replace perfectly good parts averaging $340 in useless repairs.
The 18 stores were also given a computer with a faulty CD ROM drive.Only 8 of those stores re-attached the audio cable to the CD ROM drive.
A third study had 1 guy take a laptop with a failing hard drive into a computer repair store to get the hard drive problem diagnosed and replaced. On average the computer repair shops charged him over $100 dollars for backing up the 20 Gigs of data off the hard drive, another $200-$300 to replace the hard drive and an additional $150-$200 charge for removing spyware (which wasn't on the computer to begin with). After all was said and done, the reporter took the laptop to his 14-year-old neighbor who put in a new hard drive and got it working for the cost of the hard drive.
This is pretty depressing is not it?
So what should you do if you have computer problems? These 6 tips below should help you out.
1. Check to see if the computer is under warranty, and if it is, let the manufacture fix it.
2. Back up all of your data. It's a good idea to keep backups anyway.
3. Use some diagnostic tools to try to determine or solve the problems yourself.
4. Locate and recovery disks that came with your PC. These might be necessary in restoring it or could be used to perform diagnostic checks as well.
5. Ask your friends for recommendations on computer repair shops or people and be sure to check to see if they have insurance and certifications.
6. When you drop off the machine, get a written estimate of what the repair will cost and how long it will take. Tell the technicians you want to approve any additional costs and part replacements.
And if all else fails. Google it!