Laptop Repairs

We undertake most laptop repairs such as screen or keyboard replacement, wifi and hard drive problems and many other types of repair. 

Here is a list of some of the laptops repairs we take on...


                 Keyboard Replacement

                 Memory Replacement

                 Hard Drive Replacement

                 Optical Drive Replacement

                 Wifi Card Replacement

                 Screen Replacement

                 Fan diagnostics

                 Miscellanies Hardware Diagnostics

                 Miscellanies Software Diagnostics

                 System Reinstall

                 Data Recovery

                 System Optimisation

                 Power Button Diagnostics

                 Black Screen of Nothingness diagnostics

                 Power Issues

                 Trackpad diagnostics



There are a lot of different problems that a laptop could have, literally thousands, and if your laptops doing something strange it can often be hard to understand why and what caused it, When we take on your laptop repair we will take down as much information regarding your issue as possible. After its booked in if the cause if the issue is unknown we'll run Diagnostics and track down the cause, in a lot of cases random glitchy behaviour is a RAM issue and random crash and slow behaviour is a HDD Issue.. but it could be a software problem instead, thats why its important that we test everything and make sure we know exactly what were dealing with before we start repairs. once we have found the issue we will contact you and let you know if its going to be a pricey repair, if it is a fairly simple repair then we'll commit the repair and contact you for collection, you will be told exactly what the issue was when you come to collect your machine and charged fairly.


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Opening hours
contact info:


01977  329442

(Mon-Fri 9.15AM-4.45PM | Sat 9.15AM-3.45PM)



01977  520149

(Mon-Fri 9.15AM-4.45PM | Sat 9AM-4PM)



01977  736283

(Mon-Thu 9.15AM-4.45PM | Sat Closed

Friday 9am-5PM) 




(Mon-Fri 9AM-4PM | Sat closed)

Recent News:


Feb 2020

Windows 7 has come to an end!

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Oct 2019

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Sep 2019

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