OUR COMPUTER AND SERVER REPAIR SERVICES
We have verified experts that can come to you and fix that nagging issue on the PC or server at your workplace or home in less than 48 hours. Be it Windows or Mac computers, we at Mikevicone are here for you to get your system back running and reduce or eliminate downtime in totality.
Our computer repair service is a tailored service for your needs and includes but not limited to
F Desktop and laptop repairs
F Virus and spyware removal
F Data backup and recovery
F Server repairs
F Entire network maintenance and repair
F Printers and other computer hardware
F Computer diagnostics and more.
We look beyond getting paid for the services we render; we also seek to impart knowledge about how you can fix some of those computer issues at DIY levels. When those issues come up, users can be scared with the feeling the whole world will come down crashing.
Here are some of those problems and how you can troubleshoot them yourself.
1. BSoD: Blue Screen of Death
Troubleshooting: Corrupted software, failing hardware, missing DLL files, or issues with drivers can cause this. Fixing it will depend on the cause of the problem. You can also scan the QR code displayed with the error message and send it to a webpage where you will find explanations about how to approach the issue.
2. Windows is slow to boot
Troubleshooting: It’s easy to fix. It may happen when many startup programs are trying to load up in the background whenever Windows is starting. You simply disable those programs that you do not need from startup. Press CTRL+ Shift+ Esc to see the list of programs on startup. If the list is long, your PC will be slow to boot. Follow the prompt to disable the ones not needed at startup.
3. Applications fail to install
Troubleshooting: This may be caused by a lack of space in the hard drive. You have to do some cleaning to free up some more space by deleting any large files you no longer need or uninstall programs that you don’t need.
4. Windows won’t update
Troubleshooting: This happens when there is incompatible software or the presence of an old version of a program that may prevent the windows from installing. A lack of sufficient hard disk space can also cause this. The update itself may contain some bugs the cause it to malfunction. In each of these cases, you may need to free up space or uninstall.
5. Apps behaving badly
Troubleshooting: Kill and app and restart it. In many cases, this might resolve the problem until the app itself is updated. But if it doesn't solve the problem, check the developers' website and see if others have experienced the same problem and study the solution proffered to the problem.
There are other common issues whose solutions are not farfetched. They can be handled with simple troubleshooting.
- The computer won't turn on
- Noisy hard drive
- PC fan not working
- Slow internet
- Computer freezes
- System automatically restarts
- The printer wouldn't print
Try system repair software
Chances are good system repair software can help you fix your computer issue if it is suffering from a common problem. We can help you get such software that can detect and fix those common issues. It can detect faulty apps, free up disk space, and optimize the system to run faster. At times, it will detect some issues that you have not even noticed. Let us know how we may help with this.
What About Server Problems?
When you have users in an organization say “the server is down,” shivers are sent down the spine of some users and network administrators. Don’t worry about the deluge of phone calls from both management and workers. The pressure will almost pull your hair out, making you feel you're in the wrong employment.
No! It is not yet the time to resign. You are doing the right job. It’s not the end of the world yet! Remain calm if the server hasn’t be neglected for too long. Even if such neglect occurred, you can still get to the root of the matter in a short time. Problems with servers can be prevented if administrators continuously monitor the server to perform routine maintenance such as defragging, applying OS hotfixes and service packs, and reviewing event logs to catch error or information messages.
Determine the nature of the problem with the server. The common reasons why servers go down are hardware problems, operating system configuration problems, and application/services-related problems.
Here are basic steps you can take to troubleshoot and find the solution to the problems.
- Develop a standardized troubleshooting routine
- Start at the bottom
- Traffic control
- Identification required
- Trouble at the top
- Paper chase
- It’s in the mail
- Terminal condition
- Can’t call home
- Listen for zebras
We believe by the time you complete these steps, you should be out of the problem.