Computer issues are no fun.
How many times have you been using your computer as you would any other day whether for work or just random internet surfing when suddenly you realize something isn’t quite right?
It may be something subtle (at first), like your computer is slowing down. Maybe the browser that used to open instantly now takes a few seconds extra and when you try to scroll up and down on a website there is some lag. You try restarting your computer (which usually fixes most issues) except it doesn’t work.
Or maybe your computer appears to work ok, but your programs are randomly crashing. You’re in the middle of reading a website and suddenly your browser crashes. Or worse, suddenly your computer crashes!
Sometimes computers will crash randomly, and sometimes they crash regularly (multiple times per day). And sometimes they crash and either won’t restart, or won’t fully make it through the boot up cycle, instead displaying system error messages.
What is someone to do in this situation?
Sure, you can fix it yourself if you happen to know about computers. But do you? Do you know how to go through the Windows registry and find the files that shouldn’t be there and delete them?
Do you know which files are used at startup and how to check if they have become corrupt?
Do you know what the symptoms are of RAM that has failed? Do you know how to burn an ISO disk to check your computer’s RAM?
Do you know what your computer’s diagnostic codes are? For example, if the power light flashes 2 times and repeats, or if it flashes 3 times and repeats, or if it does two long flashes instead?
Some people may read this and think “yeah, I know all that stuff! No problem!” But for the rest of us, it’s sometimes easier to go to a computer repair place and let them diagnose and fix the problems. Not everyone has time to learn all of this themselves, nor the tools to fix it themselves.
If you are considering using a repair company, try to see if they have a good history and reputation. Also find one that will explain to you what the problem is and what the possible solutions are. You want to avoid anyone who tries to pull the wool over your eyes and make things seem more complicated than they really are.
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