Your laptop is displaying strange glitches without reason
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Need hardware repair on your laptop? You've come to the right place.
As great as technology is, it can sometimes get old fast. With the constant cycle of new tech being released every year or so, staying up to date with the latest equipment can be tough, and expensive. Fear not, as the Nerds on Call can help with any type of hardware upgrade or repair to help you save money. From having a Nerd shop with you to choose the best new hardware, or sending a Nerd to your home to diagnose or fix a hardware problem, Nerds on Call is the solution, so click now to chat with a Nerd online, or give us a call today to get started.
If you accept our laptop hardware repair estimate, we can get to work on your computer in your home or by taking it back to our shop. We'll get the job done quickly and well and return your laptop to you. If you're ever not satisfied with the job we do repair your laptop's hardware, just talk to us. It's rare that people continue to have problems, but we want to make sure you leave our services completely happy. The repair of your laptop's hardware is of the utmost importance to us. We have locations all over the west coast and Nerds On Call Computer Repair is standing by to repair your laptop!
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Laptop RAM Upgrade & Repair Eugene
There are a lot of misconceptions of what RAM does. Most people think “computer memory” is the hard drive. RAM is more like the short term memory in your computer. Here’s how it works. You ask for a piece of information, say a photos of your kids at the lake...
Your motherboard is a lot like your spine. Everything in your computer needs to use the motherboard for power, to relay information, and for cuddling, ok, just kidding on the last one, but seriously why call it a motherboard if you can't cuddle with it? Apple calls theirs a logic board; who wants to cuddle with that? It sounds like something a Vulcan would come up with and you can't cuddle a Vulcan, they just look at you... weirdos. Ok, back to the motherboard repair thing. Diagnosing a bad motherboard is difficult. There really isn't any way to be sure if your motherboard needs to be repaired until you've tested everything else in your machine. Even then it's probably your power supply anyway. One telltale sign of a bad Motherboard is to look at the transistors on the motherboard. If they have crud kind of coming out of them, are crooked, or leaning it could mean your motherboard is bad. More often than not though when EVERYTHING else in your system checks out and you still get inexplicable crashes, it's probably your motherboard. Nerds On Call Computer Repair can replace your motherboard. This isn't a small task by the way. You vae to remove the CPU, the fans, and yank that sucker out of the case. This can take hours if done properly. Once done, if the wrong board is used to replace the old motherboard you'll have to reformat your hard drive, reinstall your operating system, and all of your data. ARGH! Anyway, we replace motherboards, like 1,000 times a year, so we've gotten pretty good at it. As for repairing your motherboard, I wouldn't suggest it. The motherboards don't cost much to replace and once you start soldering components on or off a motherboard the world gets mor complicated than it needs to be.