At Tech360i Computer Repair, we understand the importance of having a fully functional laptop for your professional and personal needs. If your computer has been damaged, our team of experts is here to provide comprehensive laptop repair services, ensuring that your device is restored to proper working order. With our certified technicians, you can trust us to address any issues your laptop may have, from hardware malfunctions to software glitches. Don’t let a damaged laptop hold you back; call Tech360i Computer Repair today and let us handle your laptop repair needs professionally. Get A Free Quote.
Laptop Repair – At Your Service
Tech360i Computer Repair Services computer repair specialists are highly trained, and we go out of our way to provide excellent service, no matter the extent of the issue at hand. Regardless of your laptop’s age or problem, Tech360i Computer Repair Services has the tools and the know-how to get it back on track. We understand that you rely on your laptop, and that you need it fixed quickly and efficiently. That’s why we go out of our way to provide the timely repairs you deserve.
Don’t let a broken or poorly functioning laptop slow you down. Enlist the help of Tech360i Computer Repair Services and save yourself the hassle. Call us today or request a quote for all your laptop needs. We repair the following laptop problems:
- Cracked Laptop Screen Replacement
- Missing Keys
- Malfunctions From Liquid Spills
- Damage From Dropping
- Keyboard Replacement
- Hard Drive Replacement
- Power Jack Repair
- Boot Up Problems
- Forgotten Passwords
- Blue or Black Screen Problems
- Loose or Broken Cover Hinges
Frequently Asked Questions
It depends on a few factors, with age of the battery being the most critical. Generally, a laptop battery should last approximately three years, but can vary one year in either direction (2 – 4 years). The life of laptop battery is dependent on the number of charges and discharges during normal operation. So, if your battery is over three years old, you should consider replacing it. In some cases, you can re-calibrate your laptop battery monitoring circuit to make sure the battery readings are accurate. This will not extend the life of your battery, but rather give you a better estimate of how much battery life remains. However, under no circumstances should you open the battery pack. Batteries like lithium-ion contain dangerous chemical and could start a fire.