You might need a nerd if…

  • Your computer randomly crashes and you cannot duplicate the error
  • A feature of your computer has stopped working, especially one that uses a particular piece of hardware
  • You sometimes see the blue screen of death
  • The screen is black or doesn’t turn on
  • You hear strange sounds coming from the computer
  • The computer doesn’t boot up all the way
  • You cannot connect to the internet

Chico Desktop Hardware Repair Service

The space inside of a desktop tower makes for easier hardware repairs and upgrades in comparison to a laptop. For Nerds on Call, desktop hardware repair and replacement is something our Nerds can do in their sleep. The size of the towers offers our Nerds more room to work and makes parts easily accessible so that they can be swapped out for new, upgraded hardware to get your machine running better than ever before. We can even send a Nerd to your house to perform some repairs right in front of you!

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Questions nerds often hear about Chico Desktop Hardware Repair

What parts of my desktop could be going wrong?

If you are interested in finding out the different parts of your desktop, read our article explaining basic computer parts here

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Common Terms

Hard Disk Drive

The hard drive stores all of your data. It is a box that contains multiple spinning platters. These platters contain data stored magnetically by the hard drive head


RAM means Random Access Memory, and is what your computer uses to store things that it is thinking about while it is on. When your computer turns off, everything in RAM goes away.

Graphics Card

The graphics card is a specialized computer that runs inside your computer and processes all the things on the screen. The more detailed the screen activity, the harder the graphics card has to work

Network Card

The network card handles your computer’s connection to the internet. It translates the instructions sent by your computer into packets, that can be sent to another computer online.