Computer Repair

 Having a computer is a must in today's world. With the introduction of the Internet as a medium of communication and the convenience of email, it's easy to see why many people want a computer at home or in the office.

Computers are like everything else and there are times when they don't work as expected. Unfortunately, sitting at a desk ready to play a game or work on a document only to find your computer is not cooperating.

It is wise to seek professional help when repairing a computer. A computer technician is specially trained to assess the problem and provide the best possible solution.

There are several types of computer repair that you may want to consider. These are usually minor fixes and can be addressed with detailed instructions and special attention.

One computer repair that you can take care of yourself is replacing the computer's battery or fan. Each desktop computer has a fan. This fan is used to cool computer peripherals. It is essential that the fan is operating efficiently to ensure that the computer does not overheat.

The first sign that your computer's fan is not working properly is when you see a different sound when you start or turn on your computer. Instead of immediately taking it to a computer repair shop, take a moment to check the fan.

Computers generally have two fans. One is used to cool the power supply and the other is used to cool the CPU. Open the computer cover and listen. If the processor cooling fan is ringing, you will need to replace it.

This type of computer repair is free if the computer is still under warranty. Follow the instructions given to you to complete the repair at the time of purchase. If the warranty period has expired, you can take it to a computer repair shop.

The first step in any computer repair is to remove the computer from the electrical outlet. You should check it to see how the fan connects. It is often secured with a few small screws. Once these are loosened, you will need to disconnect the fan from its power supply. It will be one or two small clips. Then take the fan to your computer repair shop and buy a new one.

After replacing it, reassemble the cover and assemble the machine. The fan should now be working properly and the noise you hear will disappear.

Sometimes a computer will make noise because a piece of equipment is not properly connected. The CD-ROM or DVD drive may be the culprit. Again for this type of computer repair you will need to carefully remove the cover and listen to the sound source. After tightening the screws holding the hardware in place and reassembling the cover, assemble the machine and listen if any annoying noise is lost.

It is important to be safe and thorough when repairing computers. Computers are a costly investment and it is important to maintain them efficiently. If repairing a small computer is easy for you, give it a try. If you're not comfortable, take the machine to a local computer repair shop and let the specialists do their job.


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