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There are two main symptoms to why a laptop will overheat. Faulty cooling system or problems with the laptop fan.

In comparison to a desktop computer, a laptop is very small and contains delegate and minute parts.

Therefore there are a number of reasons why a laptop would overheat. As the laptop parts are all compact it has very little breathing space, causing the laptop to overheat very quickly.

If the laptop reaches high temperatures other components could start to become defective.

How can I tell if my laptop is overheating:
Laptop fan is working at high speeds
Laptop fan is making irritating loud sounds
Laptop is getting unbearably hot that it burns when you touch it
Laptop turns off randomly (Not always caused by laptop overheating)
Laptop slows down over long periods of time
What should you do next…
Turn your laptop off

If need be use your laptop, but do not use for long periods of time. This could cause more damage.

Give us a call and we will deal with it immediately. Our services include taking the laptop apart, cleaning the fan and cooling system from any dust. Checking the circuitry to ensure the correct voltage is pushing through. We will then perform dynamic tests to ensure that the laptop does not overheat.

Give us a call before the laptop cooks itself! on 0117 230 6609 or 07938905304

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We provide expert same day internet security and firewall services…

Is your computer and/or network secure? The only guarantee that your computer is safe from attack is not to be connected to a network or the internet.

Of course this is not really practical in today’s computing environment with the increased reliance on the internet for business or home usage. Internet security for all computer users has become extremely important.

When your home or business computers can access the internet it means that everyone on the internet can access your computer(s).

Anything available on your computer is available to them, in addition to this your computer is susceptible to viruses that spread via networks.

The safest and most secure method to safeguard your computer is with a firewall.

A firewall controls all access between your business or home computer network and the internet by checking activity and making sure only information you want to share is accessible.

A firewall safeguards your computer from unauthorised access to your data and protects you against network viruses.

Most computers have the ability to run firewall software and many of today’s broadband modems and routers also have built-in firewalls so you shouldn’t need any additional software or hardware to protect you or your businesses data.

Don’t let your home or organisation’s files fall victim to unauthorised access, we can ensure that you are protected by installing firewalls and other security measures for protection. Keep hackers and other network borne threats at bay with help from us.

Call our specialist team on 0117 230 6609 or 07938905304.

http://pc-dial-a-fix.co.uk/bristol-internet-security/

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Systems that seemingly shut down for no apparent reason or do not even start up at all may have software or hardware problems.

Typical crashing symptoms
Programs stop responding
Mouse not working
Screen Artefacts (a break up of the image on the screen)
Fatal exception error
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)
Typical not booting symptoms
A completely blank screen
No fans/lights on your computer
BIOS Error (press F1/F2 to continue)
Windows cannot start (white writing)
Startup Recovery

Usually the cause of the crash is quite simple and can be fixed by updating some of the drivers — software that helps the hardware talk to the computer. This normally takes a couple of hours.

Other times, however, it may be a sign that a hardware component itself is failing. It is best to address this issue immediately to avoid any loss of data. The earlier the problem is diagnosed the more likely your system can be fully repaired.

The common steps we will take to repair your computer system if it’s crashing or not booting are:

Perform hardware tests on some of the integral components such as RAM (memory), CPU (processor) and PSU (power supply)
Analyse crash files to diagnose the errors (These get created automatically when your computer crashes)
Restore the file system structure (The files that tell your computer how to operate)
Recover the system to an earlier restore point if there is one
Uninstall recent Windows Hotfix Patches which may have caused the issue
Restore files
Disable some autorun services which may be causing the problem

Call our specialist team on 0117 230 6609 or 07938905304

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#DataRecovery

No matter how good or new your computer system may be it will fail one day and you may need to recover your data, hopefully you got a backup of your data. If not Bristol data recovery from pc dial a fix may be able to help you.

When a hard drive fails, it may cause data loss; this may be due to electro mechanical failure, software malfunction, viruses attack or natural disaster.

You may be able to sport the early signs of a hard drive failure by listening out for any strange clicking noise, a lot of errors messages, data being corrupted, files missing or not opening up.

Your ide, sata, external hard drive or usb stick may display the message “the drive is not formatted do you want to format it now?

You may have accidentally deleted your photos and documents. Turn off your computer and ring us as soon as you can to increase the changes of a full recovery.

We also recover data from camera media and various forms of removable media and can also give you advice about protecting your data in the future.

Free initial diagnostic report

Fast turnaround time

Remember if we cannot recover any data you will not be charged

Call our specialist team on 0117 230 6609 or 07938905304.

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#KeyboardReplacement

One of the most common parts that get use a lot is the laptop keyboard unfortunately over time your laptop keyboard may suffer from wear and tear, caused by heavy tapping on the keyboard, fault keys, food or any foreign matter embedded in between the keys, spilled liquids (tea, coffee or any type of liquid).

HOW TO DEAL WITH LIQUID SPILL

If you spill liquid on your keyboard immediately unplug it from the mains and if you can remove the battery as quickly as possible, reducing the risk of electrical damage.

Turn the laptop upside down, reducing the risk of liquid reaching the motherboard. Use a cloths or paper towel to wipe up as much of the liquid as possible, leaving it to dry out for a day.

If the liquid was water then there may be no side effect. If it was coffee or fizzy/fruit juice after drying out, it may leave a corrosive residue which can shorts out the wiring causing some keys not to work.

Bring your laptop in, you may not need a keyboard replacement, we will exam the laptop to see the extend of the damage and clean up the corrosive residue.

LAPTOP KEYS LOOSE OR MISSING

You can buy single keys for your laptops, loose key usually just click back on, but sometime the plastic that hold the key in place can get broken.

Keyboard cost varies from manufactures and model type but cost from about £8.00 upwards. If you must eat and drink by your laptop, you can buy a laptop keyboard cover skin protector which is washable, dustproof, waterproof and help reduce the wear and tear of your laptop


Call us on 0117 230 6609 or 07938905304 and see if we can help you.

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