Friday, 19 August 2016

The Ultimate Laptop Troubleshooting Guide!

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While a laptop is generally a very reliable device, it’s still prone to occasional malfunctions. What laptop users need to realize is that some laptop problems can only be fixed by professionals, while some minor issues can be resolved on your own. In order to get your laptop back on track, you definitely need this guide. And if you can’t do it on your own, you’ll need a trustworthy repairman. You can find all kinds of computer services on Jiji, where it’s easy to choose a person to repair your laptop without overpaying for more expensive services or ending up with even more laptop issues because of an unreliable serviceman.

You dropped your laptop
This is one of the most harmful things that can happen to a laptop for two reasons. First, while older laptops have a lot of replaceable parts that can be changed quickly, newer models have almost everything integrated into the motherboard, which means that sometimes it’s cheaper to replace the whole laptop than a hard drive or graphics card.

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Second, problems caused by a dropped laptop range from visible (like cracked screen or missing keys) to hidden ones, which makes them much harder to diagnose.


The system doesn’t boot properly
If your laptop is running on Windows and one day you turn your laptop on and don’t see the usual welcome screen, it means the operating system is down.

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You can try booting the laptop in a Safe mode by pressing the F8 button during loading and using your anti-virus to try and clean the laptop. You can also reinstall the system using the Windows CD that came along with your laptop. However, installing Windows is a sensitive matter, so if you don’t feel confident enough, it’s better to have a professional do it for you.

The battery doesn’t charge
One of the best things about a laptop is its portability, which is why a laptop with a malfunctioning battery is nearly useless. There are two common reasons for a battery that has stopped charging properly.

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The first is the old age or poor condition of the battery, which can happen after a few years since you’ve bought the device and can only be fixed by replacing the battery. The second is a frayed charger cord, which fails to deliver enough power to the battery. Minor cord issues can be resolved at home with the help of sealing tape.
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