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Hardware Repair

Hardware problems with your desktop might be a pain but they don’t scare us Geeks! We can literally do it all. Motherboard fried? We’ll replace it. Faulty RAM slowing things down? Let us upgrade it. We will:

Diagnose & replace faulty components
Diagnose & replace faulty components

Your technician will diagnose any faulty internal components and attempt to replace them onsite. If the faulty component is a specific part which needs to be ordered in, the machine will be taken offsite for repairs where the component will be replaced when it arrives in stock.

Install software or drivers
Install software or drivers

Any specific software or drivers that are required for the new hardware to function properly will be downloaded and installed on your computer.

Test new component/s
Test new component/s

Finally, any new hardware installed by the technician will be thoroughly tested to ensure that it works properly.

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