Laptop Repair

We repair all makes and models of laptops, notebooks, netbooks etc. and carry a huge range of spares in stock so that your repair can be carried out quickly. Our direct access to the worlds laptop manufacturers means that we are able to source replacement parts when many other suppliers cannot.

Software faults rectified.

 

Viruses removed with NO DATA LOSS.

 

System board repairs to component level.

 

If it cant be repaired we supply replacement system boards.

 

New and refurbished screens carried in stock so that most repairs are completed within 24 hours.

 

Broken hinges and brackets replaced from stock.

 

Replacement keyboards for all main manufacturers.

 

Memory upgrades fitted while you wait.

 

Broken plastics (base assembly, top cover, memory covers etc) replaced from stock.

 

DVD/RW, CD/R, Blu-Ray drives replaced from stock.

 

And if we've not got it, we can almost certainly get it !

Call us for pricing, a no obligation quote, or just for a chat.
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