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When does your laptop or MacBook require repairing?
* Battery draining out too soon
* Sudden shutting down of devices
* Blanking out of the screen
* Overheating of the laptop and fan not working properly
* The keys of the device not working well
* Virus infestation
* Damage to the screen and other hardware
Issues You Might Be Facing
- If your battery drains out quickly, reduce the number of open tasks. This puts an additional drain on the battery.
- Avoid keeping multiple windows open and disable the Bluetooth option to avoid draining your system battery further.
- Also, switch on the ‘Energy Saving’ mode and keep the brightness low. These tips can help you save money on the device service.
- Device sually slow down when there are too many files and programs saved on it, as a result of regular use.
- To avoid this problem, free up some space on the hard drive by deleting temporary files and keeping your desktop organized.
- You could also transfer old files to an external hard drive to improve your system performance.
- If your system keeps turning off every few minutes and doesn’t turn on, there is a high chance that the AC adapter has malfunctioned. Before calling a professional for try changing the AC adapter.
- There is also a possibility that the DC power jack may have broken. Before getting a professional service scheduled, try adjusting the plug’s angle in its jack and it should save you from cost. If that doesn’t help it’s an indication of a motherboard issue. You will need to schedule a service to get the motherboard change.
- If you notice lines on your screen, it may be a result of a hardware failure or due to damage to the screen. This doesn’t really indicate a display fixing. Unplug your system, hold the power button for 30 seconds and restart the system. If this doesnt help, you will need to be change for a professional service.
- This is most likely due to overheating, which is usually caused due to dust build-up in the case and around the fan.
- Switch off and clean it thoroughly to get rid of the dust. The simplest way to do this is to blow air into the side vent.
- If this doesn’t help, start using a cooling fan.
- Check if the airplane mode on your device and try too switched off and Wi-Fi is switched on.
- Re-install drivers of the network adapter
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