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The motherboard is the computer, so the usual symptom of a failed motherboard is a completely dead system. Fans, drives, and other peripherals may spin up if the motherboard is dead, but more often nothing at all happens when you turn on the power. No beeps, no lights, no fans, nothing.
some other symptom of motherboard failure
Your computer begins to boot up very slowly.
Peripherals on your computer start to become unreliable.
You see odd behavior on your monitor, in the form of flickering, lines on the screen or unexpected freezes.
When you plug a flash drive into your computer’s USB port it sometimes fails to initialize.
Increased frequency of “blue screen of death” errors.
A burning or melted plastic smell.
The key thing you may experience as a motherboard begins to fail is a frustrating unpredictability. if you are facing this kind of problem contact us
If your battery still isn’t charging, chances are you have a faulty battery. One of the most common reasons a battery may not charge is its health. Old or damaged batteries may only charge partially, lose their power quickly, or go from fully charged to dead in minutes. if you are going through this kind of problem contact us for battery replacement.
Here are the most common hard drive failure signs:
Corrupted data, files, and folders
Stuck spindle motor
Frequent error messages
Blue Screen of Death
Bad sectors preventing data access
Failure of the system to boot
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Lines or Dots on the Screen
If your laptop’s LCD or LED screen has some visible black dots or lines, you should first try to press it – just enough force that will alter the display. Most of the time, this problem is due to trapped or wedged pixels. Applying pressure on it will usually loosen and free the pixels, and when it is unstuck, the dots and lines will disappear.
However, if applying pressure to it doesn’t remove or alleviate the dots, then the only way to solve it is by replacing the screen.
Another common problem is when your display is darker than usual. First of all, you have to make sure that you set your laptop’s brightness level to maximum. If that does not work, then there are other ways you can do yourself to fix the problem
If both didn’t work, there might be hardware problems – burnt backlight or inverter, or broken cable. We do not advise you to do these manually as it is more complicated than replacing the screen. Doing it on your own may destroy the circuit board (which is quite expensive) and backlight lamp. The lamp itself contains mercury (extremely hazardous to your health) and lead glass – it’s brittle and may cause static charges and electrocute you when repairing it without the proper tools.
Wrong Colour Display or Distorted Screen
If your laptop’s screen is messing up – colour is incorrect, divided screen, or jumbled display – it’s often due to a defective GPU. There is
nothing you can do but send your laptop to a professional repair centre. It requires replacing the GPU, which is almost always connected to the motherboard. It also needs precision tools to repair successfully, without so, you may worsen the damage.
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Common Software Problems
1. Failing to boot
If your laptop refuses to start then it has got to do something with the hardware. It could be a simple loose connection within the computer or something complicated like a problematic hardware. However if your computer starts and fails when fully booting up, then it could be either a hardware or software issue. In such cases, it’s advisable to perform a re-installation of the operating system.
2. Blue Screen Problem
Blue screen problem usually is an indicator that there is some fault in the hardware or poorly programmed drivers. When you encounter the blue screen problem, check recently installed hardware or installed drivers. If there is no problem with the drivers, then you can assume that the problem is with the hardware such as motherboard, graphics card or RAM.
3. Corrupted Files
If files on the hard drive start to become corrupt, there the problem lies in that hard drive itself. Long delays when accessing files or not being able to open files can also be due to some viruses or malware. Run a complete scan and if there are no viruses, the hard drive is under fault.
4. Random Computer Crashes
If the RAM is problematic, it can lead to crashes, blue screens or file corruption. The data is written on the RAM for short term storage and a faulty RAM will lead to storage of incorrect value on it.
Fans are essential to keep the CPU from overheating and if the fan fails in the computer, it may lead to overheating and can cause CPU or graphic card problems. This will eventually lead to computer crashing and not booting.
Resolving a software problem isn’t is as hard as hardware but with reliable computer services, fixing both faulty software and hardware won’t be much of an hassle.
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