SSD SATA Drive Upgrade Special

SSD SATA Drive Upgrade Special

Upgrade your Laptop, Desktop or Gaming PC with a fast and reliable SATA SSD drive 3D NAND FLASH MEMORY

Upgrade your laptop, desktop or gaming PC with a fast and reliable SATA SSD Drive

Bring in your slow laptop, desktop or gaming PC for a SATA SSD upgrade.

 

1. We will replace your old hard drive with a brand new SSD.

2. Transfer or mirror your data from your old Hard Drive to the new fast SSD drive.*

3. Clean your laptop or desktop computer.

 

*data transfer does not include programs or applications.
*data mirroring is only possible with working hard drive, same or larger capacity.

**Performance may vary depending on system hardware & configuration

SSD Drive Benefits

1. Speed Up Computer
Replacing traditional mechanical hard drives, upgrade your laptop or desktop, and reduce the time it takes to boot the operating system and open applications.

2. Quick Response
SSD adopts SATA III 6Gb/s interface, the maximum read speed up to 550Mb/s, and the maximum write speed up to 450Mb/s.

3. High-Performance
Solid state internal drive has the characteristics of shockproof and anti-drop, quiet and noiseless, low power consumption, high and low-temperature resistance, faster-booting speed, and program loading speed.

4. Improve Efficiency
Solid-state drives can be used to speed up gaming and speed up efficiency for office, video, or graphic design work, 3 years of service.

5. Wide Compatible
Internal SSD compatible windows 10 / 8.1/8 /7, mac os 10.4 or later, linux 2.6.33 or later, compatible with laptops, desktops, all-in-one computers

Upgrade your laptop, desktop or gaming PC with a fast and reliable SATA SSD Drive
Upgrade your laptop, desktop or gaming PC with a fast and reliable SATA SSD Drive

Upgrade your old laptop or computer today.

Click here to submit the online drop off form

Computer Remote Support – PC Expert Services

Computer Remote Support – PC Expert Services

PC Remote Services

Secure Remote Computer Support on Demand Helping You Remotely

Get Computer help whenever you need it!

Get Started

Do you need remote computer service?

Most of your computer issues can be resolved remotely or maybe over the phone. It is always best to look at the issue first hand to diagnose the computer problem. 

Not all computer issues are the same, but we have over 20 years of computer repair experience to diagnose any computer problem effectively.

If your computer is experiencing one of the following issues listed below, then we can remotely fix the computer problem in most cases.

All we need is a stable or fast internet connection on the promblem computer to be able to connect remotely to your computer or laptop.

 

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Print Driver problems

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Microsoft Office issues

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Microsoft Windows Driver issues

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Virus, Malware or Addware Removal

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Data Transfer or Data Backup

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Any Windows Performance issues

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Microsoft Windows Update issues

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Internet Browser issues

How the Computer Remote Service Works?

PC Expert Services makes it easy to provide you with best Remote Computer Service possible at a great low price and fast computer repair results in Irvine, Orange County.

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Book Appointment

Pay and schedule your Appointment or call us at 949-478-1502 to schedule your remote support session.

Download Software

Download and Install VNC Connect on your computer.

Get Support

Now we are ready to connect and fix your computer issues remotely on the spot for you.

All the computer repair you need, all in one place

Providing you the best range of remote computer repair service with effective & timely delivery for your computer, laptop or MacBook.

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Secure and Safe Remote Connection

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Reliable, Convenient and Cost Effective

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On Demand Support - No Contracts

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Starts from $89 per Remote Session

Schedule Your Computer Remote Support Session

3 Easy Steps:

1. Please use the form to schedule for your Remote Computer Support Session.

 

2. After submitting the form we will contact you back to confirm your appointment.

 

3. Please Download and install RealVNC Connect Software on your computer.

Agreement

2 + 3 =

Frequently Asked Questions

Is your remote computer support connection secure?

We use RealVNC Connect to connect remotely to your computer. RealVNC traffic is secured using RSA public/private key exchange and AES (128-bit) session encryption. This technology is used in a comparable form for https/SSL and is considered completely safe by today’s standards.

Do I need to install software on my computer?

Yes, we will need the VNC Connect installed on your computer in order to provide remote computer support. After downloading the software, the installation takes less than a minute to complete. We can assist over the phone if you need help with the installation.

I have more questions?

If you have more questions, please either submit the form or just call us at 949-478-1502. We will be happy to answer any questions you might have at any time.

How long is one Remote Session?

A remote session starts when we connect to your computer and will take as much time as it is needed to repair or fix your computer. The remote session will end after we disconnect.

You will not be charged any additional fees if multiple login and logout’s are required to fix Windows software issues.

How much is one remote session?

We charge a fee of $79 for one remote session. The payment for each session is due before we start the remote session. 

DO YOU SUPPORT APPLE MAC COMPUTERS?

Yes, we do. We can also provide remote computer support on any Apple Mac Computer, like MacBook’s, MacBook Pro’s, iMac, MacBook Air, etc.

WHAT IF THE SAME ISSUE COMES BACK AGAIN?

In case the same computer issue comes back again, we will attempt to fix it for no additional charge. We provide 100% satisfaction guaranteed!

RGB Music Sound control LED Light Bar

RGB Music Sound control LED Light Bar

Are you looking for a fun and unique way to liven up your next party or event? Then check out our RGB Music Sound control LED Light Bar! This amazing light bar features 32 colorful LED lights that dance and change color to the beat of the music. It’s perfect for setting the mood at any party or gathering. Plus, it’s also great for decorating your home or office for a festive touch.

The RGB Music Sound control LED Light Bar is easy to use, simply plug it in and let the fun begin! You can choose from 8 different light modes, each with its own unique look. And you can adjust the brightness and speed of the lights to create the perfect atmosphere. The built-in microphone makes it easy to control the light show with your voice. So whether you’re looking to create a relaxing ambiance or get the party started, this light bar is perfect for any occasion.

RGB Music Sound control LED Light Bar

Type: D08-RGB

Material: ABS+ electronic components

Color: White/Black (optional)

Style: USB 5V power supply/rechargeable battery (optional)USB 5V power supply: be plugged in, without batteries.

Rechargeable battery: Built-in 250mah battery, can be plugged in or fully charged. Chip type: 16-bit ARM 8-pin chip With APP or Not: without APP Input voltage: > DC 5V 1AInput interface: USB.

Frequency: 50-16KHZ

Dimension: 181*181*16*18.5mm/7.1×7.1×0.63×0.73in

Net weight: 45g

Software support: AGC, Intelligent noise elimination, Firmware update (upgrade via built-in serial port)

Function: 12 dynamic horse racing modes +18 voice control modes

Uses: car/desktop/home speaker/game/outdoor party, etc.

Description:

MODE/SPEED key: press briefly to turn the white to select the mode. Long press to turn red-select 5 speeds. COLOR/BRIGHT key: press white briefly to select color; Long press to turn green-select level 4 brightness at the same time. Press two keys: press blue at the same time-learn the ambient noise spectrum. Press and hold COLOR at the same time to enter the gain setting mode.

Power-on (battery model only): Press the COLOR key after power-off.

Turn off (battery models only): face down for 3 seconds.

Tips:

1. Do not access a power supply higher than 5V, so as not to damage the motherboard. Please use the power supply equipment certified by relevant institutions.

2. Do not immerse in water, or use it under the condition of humidity higher than 90%.

3. Do not use any solvent or liquid except absolute alcohol to wipe the screen.

4. Non-professionals should not disassemble it by themselves. Product failures caused by non-quality problems are not covered by the warranty.

5. Do not use it for children under 6 years old.

6. Unplug the power supply when not in use.

RGB Music Sound control LED Light Bar
RGB Music Sound control LED Light Bar
RGB Music Sound control LED Light Bar
How to Calibrate a new installed Laptop Battery

How to Calibrate a new installed Laptop Battery

Laptop Battery Calibration

All newly-installed smart batteries should be calibrated as soon as possible. This helps your system get an accurate reading on the battery’s state of charge. Without calibration, the battery percentage reading will be incorrect, and your device may behave oddly—shutting down suddenly even though the new battery “reads” half charged, or working for hours when the battery reads nearly dead.

1. Charge it to 100%, and keep charging it for at least two more hours.

2. Unplug your laptop and use it normally to drain the battery.

3. Save your work when you see the low battery warning.

4. Keep your laptop on until it goes to sleep due to low battery.

5.Wait at least five hours, then charge your laptop uninterrupted to 100%.

 

It is recommended to perform this process periodically to ensure that the battery remains properly calibrated throughout its lifespan.

What’s calibration anyway?

For a good read on battery calibration, see this page. This article on fuel gauges is also instructive. What follows is our summation.

The fundamental problem is that there’s no reliable way to know exactly how much capacity a battery holds at any given moment. (It’s an electrochemical storage system that is always changing and decaying, and never behaves exactly the same way from one charge to the next.) About the only reliable way to gauge it is to fully charge the battery, then fully discharge it and measure the difference (a.k.a. coulomb counting). Obviously, we can’t do that every time we want to check the battery level, so we have to use indirect methods—storing all kinds of usage data and using that to calculate an estimated % state of charge from moment to moment. Over time, that calculation tends to drift and become less accurate. And on a brand-new battery, there’s not really any good data to work with, so the model will be way off. Calibration helps keep estimates accurate by setting new “full charge” and “full discharge” anchors in the battery management system so it doesn’t have to guess. We’re still playing Pin the Tail on the Donkey, but calibration tells the battery management system, “Ahem—the donkey is over that way.”

What does “full charge” and “full discharge” mean?
Here’s the nub of the problem. How do you update those “full charge” and “full discharge” flags? The above-linked page at Battery University puts it this way:

To maintain accuracy, a smart battery should periodically be calibrated by running the pack down in the device until “Low Battery” appears and then apply a recharge. The full discharge sets the discharge flag and the full charge establishes the charge flag. A linear line forms between these two anchor points that allow state-of-charge estimation. In time, this line gets blurred again and the battery requires recalibration. Figure 2 illustrates the full-discharge and full-charge flags.

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Figure 2: Full-discharge and full-charge flags. Calibration occurs by applying a full charge, discharge and charge. This is done in the equipment or with a battery analyzer as part of battery maintenance.

Two things to notice here: (1) According to this page, it’s not enough to drain and then charge—you have to start by charging it fully. And, (2) “full discharge” is ambiguous. The figure seems to indicate that the full-discharge flag will be set at 10%. But thinking about that makes no sense. The whole problem that’s trying to be solved is that the % reading is inaccurate. How does one know when they’ve drained the battery “below 10%” if their battery reading is inaccurate? They don’t! For example, we’ve installed numerous batteries that eventually gave a “low battery” warning and then continued to work full steam for hours on an indicated battery charge of 1%. In short, “calibrating” a battery by draining it “below 10%” is futile. It’s like giving someone a car with a broken fuel gauge and telling them to drive until the tank is ¼ full.

What may actually be going on here is, the graph above is meant to show the actual chemical state of the battery and not the % indicated in iOS or MacOS, which can be quite different. User-facing software may indicate a battery charge of near zero when the actual chemical state of the battery is closer to 10% charge. This is done deliberately to prevent the battery from ever discharging below a safe level where battery damage may occur and the system may not be able to reboot. In short, the system always shuts itself down with a little bit of charge left in the battery as a safety measure, but it doesn’t show that reserve amount to the user.

> The low battery warning is purely implemented in the device software as a means to prevent possible data loss whilst using it and is completely independent of the battery management system.

> Even if you let your device run until it shuts down automatically due to lack of battery charge the battery management system will still keep the battery charge at a high enough level to prevent damage to the battery pack.

> The battery gauge that you see displayed on the screen is basically the amount of USEABLE charge the battery has and NOT the absolute total charge of the battery. This is why you can change the battery low warning to any percentage you choose – it’s not there to protect the battery (that’s done automatically by the battery management system) it’s there to give you enough time to save your work or connect the charger.

> Therefore, if you intend to calibrate your device battery you need to let it run down past the warnings until it shuts down automatically BEFORE recharging, otherwise you may not discharge the battery sufficiently to register the battery management systems discharged flag, thus rendering your attempt to calibrate the battery incomplete.

 

Remember there are two different (but connected) systems at play, the battery management system, which monitors and controls the health of the battery and the software user interface (and associated power control software), which reads data from the former to display an indication of battery charge status and level and respond to various flags (like shut down when the discharge flag is set).

Choosing an AMD CPU

Choosing an AMD CPU

Often the first specifications you see when looking at a computer is the processor. That’s because the CPU is like the brain of your PC and can help you determine all of the other components needed to complete your build. Processors are available from two major brands, and while each functions similarly, they are not interchangeable. Motherboards will only work with specific processors, and compatibility is determined by the type of socket on the board. A benefit of AMD processors is that they usually come with a CPU cooler that ensures part compatibility and saves on initial build costs. Water cooling and AIO options are still viable for AMD CPUs, but the included cooler is more than sufficient for most tasks. AMD processors have great CPUs for gaming – when building a gaming desktop, also save budget for components such as graphics cards or high end SSDs. Remember that the best CPU for gaming may not be the most powerful. This is because the graphics card handles the majority of a computer’s gaming workload. Gaming CPUs work together with other components to create the best experience possible, and you do not need a top of the line CPU to get premium gaming performance.

When building a gaming desktop or any type of computer, the best place to start is with the CPU. Finding a processor you like and a motherboard that supports it can be time consuming and costly. Luckily, CPU Motherboard Combos are available that are a great way to alleviate the stress of component shopping. When you purchase an AMD CPU and motherboard combo, you ensure the compatibility of the two parts and save money that can be applied to other areas of your build.