The art of repairing your computer in Brisbane

How To Repair Your Computer

Alright. So, first of all you are going to have to diagnose whether it is a hardware or software problem. There are so many varied things that could happen with your PC, that it is going to be hard to list everything here, but we will still try to list a few to give you better guidelines. However, if your problem isn’t listed, you may then have to go to and simply type in your problem and follow the instructions you are going to find there.

Fix Your Computer in Australia

Alright, so if your computer is locking up and sometimes it just freezes for a little while, what is probably going on is that your CPU is probably overheating. If that is the case, make sure that there isn’t a ton of dust in your fans, and if so, clear them with a compressed air can.

What it might also be is that your power supply might be starting to fail. If that is the case, then it won’t have enough power to supply to your mother board and that is why everything is starting to lock up.

What it might also be is that your hard drives are about to fail. If you hear a weird clicking noise every time your computer freezes, then it probably is your HDs. If that is the case, then we highly recommend backing up your computer, as if your hard drive totally dies, then you will lose all of your data. If you are in Brisbane and are looking for a good shop for PC repairs in Brisbane, then click here. They even deal in Fujitsu repair. They will also make sure to back up your data if you are hearing a weird clicking noise above.

In any case, you are probably going to need to buy new computer parts if you are getting the problems above. If you are getting blue screens, (yes, they do still exist), then it may be a hard drive problem again, or you may be getting a RAM problem. Again, make sure there is no dust and all the parts are all properly connected. You can also take a look at Zoo Repair’s Twitter for mac repairs brisbane and here for Zoo Repair’s Facebook page for PC Services in Brisbane.