I repair computers in Salisbury and specialise in desktop PCs and laptops, if you're having PC problems or need IT support then please get in touch on 01722 328867.
Please note: I do not
repair Apple products (such as Macbook Pros) or tablets.
This is not a computer shop, I operate my computer repair business from my home address.
Salisbury Computer Repairs have been established since 2007 and have a strong customer base in and around the South Wiltshire area including Amesbury, Downton, Old Sarum, Whiteparish and Wilton. I repair all computers using the Microsoft Windows operating system including Windows 7, 8 and 10. Windows XP and Vista are no longer supported
If you require friendly advice from an established business that's used to sorting out PC problems, please get in contact.
Services at Salisbury Computer RepairsI can offer a range of repair services for desktop PCs and laptops. Computers are generally a lot more reliable than they were ten years ago but problems do still occur. Common problems include slow starting (booting up) and slow operation, broken laptop screens, overheating and malware problems such as pop-up adverts.
Slow booting computer
If your computer is slow to boot up then it's likely that it's full of temporary internet files, remnants from old software installations or even infected with malware.
Laptop Screen Repairs
Laptop screens are very delicate and easily damaged. Any impact can damage the internal components of the screen and lead to the screen becoming partially or totally un-readable. Do you have a cracked or broken screen? If so, I am able to carry out laptop screen replacements quickly and efficiently. Please contact me for laptop screen repairs in Salisbury
If you have a PC or laptop that has ceased to function then I can sometimes recover your important files, documents and treasured photographs. If you bring in a computer or laptop for data recovery please bring an external hard drive or memory stick so that I can copy the recovered data to it. To avoid the need please remember to backup your computer on a regular basis
Do you have an overheating laptop? Symptoms of an overheating laptop include the laptop switching itself off after a few minutes and refusing to restart untill it's cooled down, the fan running at high speed continuously or just that the laptop is extremely hot all of the time. This is usually caused by a build-up of dust and fluff in the copper cooling fins. It might be tempting to blow compressed air into the side of your laptop but this can force a ball of fluff into the cooling fan and jam it.. The best thing to do is to let me take the laptop apart and clean it from the inside.