With years of experience in the repair of laptops & desktops in the Munster region we can repair your laptop. We are equipped with the latest equipment to service and repair laptops to their original condition.
Whether it's motherboards, LCD screens, power jacks, or any other problems we have the knowledge and experience to fix the problem.
We can repair virtually any make or model from any manufacturer with any type of problem. We repair many laptops every week for a broad range of customers. We offer the fastest turn around in the business.
We provide a full range of services to keep your laptop fit & healthy.
We offer an evaluation service where we commit to having evaluated and ascertained the precise root cause of the problems along with all costs (including parts) within 1 working day of receipt of the machine.
We're proud of our reputation. We've worked hard to look after our customers and proud that many come back to us time after time. We can't perform miracles, but we promise:
Did your laptop screen mysteriously crack? They often do... Or has your laptop just become unresponsive? Is it that your computer is run down with a virus? There is no need to worry we are here to help you out. We offer a high quality, professional and affordable laptop repair service. We fix every problem you may be having no matter how big or small it might be. Our laptop repairs are tested and completed to the highest standards available.
All our repairs include a 3 month warranty to ensure you are happy with the standard of repair. You can trust us with your laptop as we use top quality parts in every repair. Don’t forget our no fix, no fee policy so if you leave your laptop with us an it turns out that your computer can’t be repaired, you don’t have to pay anything. If you need a quote or have a problem not listed above feel free to contact us at any time for an estimate. Our helpful, friendly and professional staff are here to help.
If you run a small business you'll know that you need to control costs. A refurbished laptop is ideal for small businesses.
They're more than happy running Microsoft Office and Open Office. They run accounting software just as well as the latest laptops.
Why not choose a high specification refurbished laptop and you'll get much better value for money. You can also get a much lighter model than a basic entry level new laptop.
Despite what laptop manufacturers would have you believe, for most tasks you don't need the latest state of the art laptop.
The speed at which you surf the web is down to your internet connection. It's only when you have an ultra fast connection that your laptop speed will effect things. Unfortunately ultra fast internet connection is not available in Ireland. A refurbished laptop is just as good at surfing the web as the very latest model.
Many people that use their laptop for business have a second laptop just for internet tasks. That way there's very little chance of a virus or other nasty software effecting their work or valuable data
Microsoft Office and Apache Open Office, the free office software, run perfectly well on older laptops. Their's nothing demanding about the software and no noticeable gain when running them on the latest laptops.
A refurbished laptop makes good economic sense for most study projects. You can buy a high specification refurbished laptop for far less than an entry level, basic new laptop.
They're much better value for money and make good financial sense.
Before taking it on the road, pack the laptop properly. Depending on your carrying preferences, look for a carrying case, backpack, or shoulder bag with a padded section designed especially for a laptop.
Clean the keyboard regularly.
When keys starts sticking, it's time for a cleaning. Shut down the laptop,keep it open as you turn it upside-down and very gently tap on the back so that crumbs fall out. Then use a can of compressed air (you can buy this at any computer store for a few euro) to blow out whatever is still stuck. Be sure to read the instructions on the can, first. Then turn the laptop upside-down and tap it gently again to get the last bits out.
Today's lithium batteries wear out no matter what you do, but you can postpone the inevitable. Avoid heat and use the battery as little as possible. If you're going to be running on AC power for awhile, shut down or hibernate the computer, remove the battery, and work without it.
Be careful about eating and drinking.
Spill coffee on your desktop keyboard, and you'll have to spend €15 on a generic replacement you can plug in yourself. Spill it on your laptop keyboard, and you could short out the motherboard. You can use laptop in cafes just like everyone else, but make sure to keep your drinks as far from the electronics as table allows.
When home, turn it into a desktop.
You don't always need portability. When working at your desk, plug in a full-sized monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Not only does this get around the food and beverage problem discussed above, but it protects items far more valuable than your laptop--your arms, hands, and eyes. You can't set up a proper, ergonomic working environment with a small keyboard attached to a small monitor.
If you can't see the email for the dirt, it's time to do a little cleaning. Start with a dry, microfiber cloth--the sort you get at an optometrist's office (you can also buy them at photo and computer stores). Move it in circular motions. Be gentle, but apply slight pressure on particularly stubborn spots.
If that doesn't clean the screen, make your own cleaning solution by mixing distilled water (make sure it's distilled) and white vinegar in equal proportions into a spray bottle. Turn off your laptop. Spray this mixture lightly onto the microfiber cloth, not onto the monitor . Wipe as described above, then wait ten minutes before booting up.
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