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Laptop Screen Repair for any Laptop Brand

Laptop Screen Repair for any Laptop Brand

Laptop LCD Screen Repair for any Laptop Brand and Laptop Model

No matter if you have cracked laptop screen, or if the laptop LCD screen just went black or your laptop monitor screen just flickers we can fix, repair or replace your laptop screen in Irvine, Orange County.

PC Expert Services has replaced 1000s of laptop screens and has the know-how and the experience on how to replace laptop LCD screens professionally and fast with 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

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PC Expert Services Laptop LCD Screen Repair process is clear. We focus on your laptop screen replacement and will not waste time to get the job done fast. We are here to help you to get your repaired laptop screen back to you as soon as possible.

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Why does Windows restart without warning?

Why does Windows restart without warning?

Why does Windows restart without warning?

If your Windows computer is restarting on its own, without any warning, review the troubleshooting options below for help on resolving the problem.

Software issue or error

Since the release of Windows XP, Microsoft designed Windows to automatically reboot when errors occur, such as a BSoD. Although this may be nice for errors that do not occur often, users who have a re-occurring error may want to identify the error to troubleshoot it. Below are the steps on how this feature can be disabled and enabled in Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10.

1. From the desktop, right-click on My Computer. In Windows 8 and 10, open File Explorer and right-click on This PC in the left navigation pane.

2. Select the Properties option in the pop-up menu.

3. In the System Properties window, click the Advanced tab or the Advanced system settings link.

4. On the Advanced tab, click the Settings button under Startup and Recovery.

5. In the Startup and Recovery window, unchecked the Automatically restart check box.

6. Click OK.

Now if the computer generates an error, it should not automatically restart and should display an error message, most likely a BSoD.

Hardware issue or error
Any failing hardware component in your computer could cause your computer to unexpectedly generate an error or reboot without warning. If you have recently attempted to add a new hardware device, remove that device to make sure it is not causing your issues.

Make sure you are not encountering any hardware conflicts by viewing Device Manager for errors.

Hardware drivers can also cause this issue. If you have recently installed new hardware drivers, you may want to try an earlier version of those drivers. Additional information and help with computer drivers is available on our drivers page.

If you updated drivers and removed any newly added hardware, and the random reboots continue to occur, it’s possible that the memory is bad in the computer.

Finally, hardware devices that are not installed properly in the computer can also cause random reboots. Make sure all the cables and expansion cards are connected properly inside the computer. The best way to determine this is to disconnect and reconnect all cables and expansion cards.

Computer Virus

Some computer viruses, such as the blaster virus, are designed to reboot your computer without warning. Usually, these viruses make the computer reboot every 5, 10, 15 or 30 minutes after the computer has started up.

If you believe your computer has a virus, make sure an antivirus program is installed and the virus scanner definitions are up-to-date.

How to fix a slow computer?

How to fix a slow computer?

How to fix a slow computer?

One of the most common reasons for a slow computer are programs running in the background.

Below are steps for Microsoft Windows users that can help speed up the computer or at least determine why the computer is running slow.

This page only covers an overall slow computer and not a computer that has a slow boot up or slow Internet.

1. Reboot

If your computer has not been rebooted recently, make sure to reboot it before following any of the steps below.

3. Delete Temp Files

As a computer runs programs, temporary files are stored on the hard drive. Deleting these temp files can help improve computer performance.

First, we suggest using the Windows Disk Cleanup utility to delete temporary files and other files no longer needed on the computer.

Unfortunately, the Disk Cleanup may not delete every file in the temp directory. Therefore, we also suggest deleting temporary files manually. To do this, open the Start menu and type %temp% in the Search field. In Windows XP and prior, click the Run option in the Start menu and enter %temp% in the Run field. Press Enter and a Temp folder should open. You can delete all files found in this folder and, if any files are in use and cannot be deleted, they can be skipped.

2. Background Programs

One of the most common reasons for a slow computer are programs running in the background. Remove or disable any TSRs and startup programs that automatically start each time the computer boots.

To see what programs are running in the background and how much memory and CPU they are using, open Task Manager. If you are running Windows 7 or higher, run Resource Monitor to get a better understanding of how your computer resources are used.

If you have an antivirus scanner on the computer, spyware protection program, or another security utility, make sure it is not scanning your computer in the background. If a scan is in progress, it will decrease the overall performance of your computer. If this is the case, allow the scan to complete, and the computer’s performance should improve.

4. Free Hard Drive Space

Verify that there is at least 200MB-1GB of free hard drive space. This available space allows the computer to have room for the swap file to increase in size, as well as room for temporary files.

6. Scan for Viruses

If your computer is infected with one or more viruses, it may run more slowly. If your computer does not have an antivirus program installed, you can run free online utility to scan for viruses on your computer, as well as remove them.

It is also recommended that you install an antivirus program for active protection against viruses.

5. Bad, corrupted or fragmented hard drive

  • Run ScanDisk, chkdsk, or something equivalent to verify there is nothing physically wrong with the computer’s hard drive.
  • Run Defrag to help ensure that data is arranged in the best possible order.
  • Use other software tools to test the hard drive for any errors by looking at the SMART of the drive.

7. Scan for malware

Today, spyware and other malware is a big cause of many computer problems, including slower performance. Even if an antivirus scanner is installed on the computer, we recommend running a malware scan as well.
Use the free version of Malware-bytes to scan your computer for malware.

8. Hardware conflicts

Verify that the Device Manager has no conflicts. If any exist, resolve these issues as they could be the cause of your problem.

10. Update your drivers

Make sure you have the latest drivers for your computer hardware, especially the latest video drivers. Having out-of-date drivers can cause an assortment of issues, including slow performance.

9. Update Windows

Make sure you have all the latest Windows updates installed.

If you are on the Internet when your computer is slow, make sure all browser plugins are up-to-date.

11. Reboot the computer again

After making any of the changes above, be sure to reboot your machine.

12. Memory upgrade

If you have had your computer for more than two years, you may need more memory.

By having enough memory for programs to run within memory, your computer will not need to swap information stored in memory to the swap file. If the hard drive light is constantly active, it can be an indication the computer is frequently swapping information between your memory and hard drive.

14. Computer or processor is overheating

Make sure your computer and processor is not overheating. Excessive heat can cause a decrease in the computer performance because most operating systems automatically reduce the speed of the processor to help compensate for heat-related issues.

Dust, dirt, and hair can also constrict proper airflow inside your computer, which can cause a computer to overheat. Make sure your computer case is clean, and that the fans are not obstructed.

13. Hard drive upgrade

One of the biggest bottlenecks of a computer is the hard disk drive. Upgrading from a standard hard drive to a Solid State Drive (SSD) will drastically improve the performance of a computer.

15. Erase computer and start over

If none of the above solutions resolve your issues, another option is to either reinstall Windows or erase everything and then start over.

Erasing everything on your computer and reinstalling the operating system can increase performance by getting rid of old software or drivers. Installing a fresh copy of Windows, software programs, and the latest drivers help verify there are no software related issues causing your computer to be slow.

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HP Laptop Repair

HP Laptop Repair

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PC Expert Services provides HP Laptop repair, HP Notebook repair and HP Netbook repair services in Irvine, Orange County. PC Expert Services is Microsoft, A+ and Network+ Certified professional, qualified and highly experienced to repair your HP laptop DC Power Jack, HP laptop LCD Screen, HP laptop Video Board, HP Backlight, HP laptop Keyboard, HP laptop Hard Drive, HP laptop Hinges, HP laptop Memory, HP laptop Motherboard, and HP laptop CPU Heatsink. Whether your HP laptop is running slow or not working at all we can get your HP laptop up and running.

With over 20 years of experience in resolving and repairing HP laptop related hardware and software issues.

PC Expert Services is a one stop expert for your HP laptop repair, LCD replacement and HP laptop parts needs in Irvine, Orange County.

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PC Expert Services provides a wide range of services for your HP laptop. If you don’t see what you are looking for, please ask us, chances are that we have a solution for your HP laptop.

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ChromeBook LCD Screen Repair – Irvine

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PC Expert Services provides professional ChromeBook LCD repair and Screen replacement in Irvine, Orange County. 

ChromeBook LCDs can easily be cracked or become otherwise distorted or develop overtime dead pixels. If your ChromeBook LCD shows black spots or lines or has been cracked or damaged, trust the trained ChromeBook specialist at PC Expert Services in Irvine to replace it and have it working for you like new in no time!

Acer ChromeBook, SAMSUNG ChromeBook, Lenovo ChromeBook, ASUS ChromeBook or HP ChromeBook LCD Screen repair and replacement with fast Turnaround and Quality Repair Service Guaranteed. 

With over 20 years of experience in resolving and repairing laptop related hardware and software issues. PC Expert Services is a one stop expert for your ChromeBook laptop repair, LCD replacement and ChromeBook laptop parts needs in Irvine, Orange County.

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When you choose PC Expert Services, you are guaranteed to receive clear answers, expert & certified work, and professional support for all your LENOVO laptop repair services in Irvine, Orange County.

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Alienware Laptop Repair – Irvine

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PC Expert Services provides ALIENWARE Laptop Repair, ALIENWARE Notebook repair and ALIENWARE Netbook repair services in Irvine, Orange County. PC Expert Services is Microsoft, A+ and Network+ Certified professional, qualified and highly experienced to repair your ALIENWARE laptop DC Power Jack, ALIENWARE laptop LCD Screen, ALIENWARE laptop Video Board, ALIENWARE Backlight, ALIENWARE laptop Keyboard, ALIENWARE laptop Hard Drive, ALIENWARE laptop Hinges, ALIENWARE laptop Memory, ALIENWARE laptop Motherboard, and ALIENWARE laptop CPU Heatsink. Whether your ALIENWARE laptop is running slow or not working at all we can get your ALIENWARE laptop up and running.

With over 20 years of experience in resolving and repairing laptop related hardware and software issues PC Expert Services is a one stop expert for your ALIENWARE laptop repair, LCD replacement and ALIENWARE laptop parts needs in Irvine, Orange County.

PC Expert Services provides a wide range of services for your ALIENWARE laptop. If you don’t see what you are looking for, please ask us, chances are that we have a solution.

When you choose PC Expert Services, you are guaranteed to receive clear answers, expert & certified work, and professional support for all your ALIENWARE laptop repair services in Irvine, Orange County.

You can count on PC Expert Services for friendly and reliable service. We LOVE to fix and repair laptop’s and YOU will love working with PC Expert Services.

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