Faulty Computer Parts Canberra
Hardware issues (faulty parts) are usually quite quick and easy to diagnose. If your computer is not turning on, makes a strange beeping noise, or appears to have any physical damage, then it has a faulty part of some description. Generally speaking any issue that happens before it gets a chance to boot up is caused by a broken part.
Our phone staff are specially trained to help establish what the issue may be over the phone, so that our onsite technicians have all the information that they need to resolve your issues in the fastest possible time frame. The friendly mobile computer technicians at Canberra Computer Doctors carry all the required testing equipment and spare parts to quickly diagnose any issues you may be having onsite, and go through your options to have the problem rectified. Quite often when a faulty part fails it may be a good time to look to upgrade it, so that you are replacing it with a faster or larger capacity piece of hardware. All parts that we sell come with a 12 month warranty for the part, as well as a 3 month onsite labour warranty.
You May Have A Faulty Part If You Experience The Following:
- Your computer has no lights, sounds or any power going to it at all
- Your computer has lights appearing but the screen is blank
- Your computer makes loud beeping noises on when given power
- The computer will crash, freeze or data will be lost for no reason
- Parts don’t function how they should (such as a keyboard not typing)
- It sounds like there are parts touching/spinning against each other inside
- Your computer wont load into Windows or let you log in
- Your computer does not get through the first error checking screens
Canberra Computer Doctors Can Repair Your Issue By:
- Quickly diagnosing the faulty part in your laptop or desktop computer
- Replacing the power supply if there is no power getting to the computer
- Use any beep codes to diagnose any hardware faults
- Scan the computer for issues such as hard drive failures and faulty memory
- Make sure the computer is not overheating and has adequate cooling
- Replace any physical faults such as broken DVD drives or screens
- Clean the computer to remove any dust particles inside the casing
- Scan hard drives for any files you wish to backup or recover if uneconomical to repair
We appreciate then when your computer fails, the first concern that people have is for their data and their photos and documents stored inside it. We always take the time to ensure that your data is safe and can take the hard drive out of a physically damaged machine to help extract files off most faulty computers. If your computer has failed, give the team at CCD a call on (02) 6223 2333 and speak to one of our award winning phone staff today.