Is your laptop performing fine? You are welcome if it's so. Otherwise, this article is for you. Laptop repair is a fairly common issue today, and there are tons of laptop repair centers, laptop repair shops, and servicing hubs across the globe. But the point is, how would you know whether you need laptop repair? Still wondering about it? Fair enough. It's hard to draw the silver line regarding this particular issue. And, it's harder to judge the right time when you need to take your laptop to a laptop repair shop badly. So, in both ways, this article's focal topic is 'Confused about Laptop Repair? Seven ways to know when you need it.' this seems to be justified enough. Right?
Let's dig a bit deeper. Recently, I was hopping around many QA forums related to laptop hardware and software issues. And what I found out was astonishing. A more significant chunk of laptop users is still in dire straights of various daily problems. There were some common issues like:
And this list goes on and on. Factually, there is a high chance that you may have faced similar problems and are currently facing them. Further, apart from these common laptop issues, users face device-specific, motherboard-specific, and processor-specific difficulties that are not regular. So, if you own a laptop, you must visit a laptop repair center at any point down the line. If you fail to understand or troubleshoot the problem, then a reliable laptop repair shop near you is your first stop along the journey. I have assembled some common laptop repair facts or issues and their essential remedies to make this article more useful. So, let's get to it then.
There could be many reasons behind that. The first silly question is - are you plugged in? This means, are you plugged into an active electric power outlet? Check that first. Secondly, check if the removable parts of the charging cable are correctly connected. Make sure the connecting contact points are clean. Further, if you previously removed the battery, check whether the battery is correctly inserted into the laptop. Now comes the actual hardware reasons:
Finally, if the battery is beyond its lifespan, you must go to a laptop repair shop and look for a healthy battery that fits your laptop.
Most of the unexpected laptop shutdown problems originate from heat generation. If the CPU of the PSU temperature reaches a certain level, the system takes an auto shutdown. And there are some probable causes:
If you feel the overheating issue is beyond your repair skills, go to a laptop repair center and listen to the experts who will make your laptop healthy again.
In this case, the RAM or physical memory plays a cardinal role. Let's say you have installed many programs on your laptop. If most run simultaneously, it's an uphill task for the RAM. More memory processing needs more RAM. So, open the 'Task Manager and check whether this is your issue.
Further, there may be CPU bottlenecking too. If you are an avid gamer and your laptop has a powerful GPU to do the heavy lifting, you can also face a similar issue. In this case, the GPU is beefy enough to do extensive memory processing, but the CPU fails to do extensive processing. So, either way, you get a terrible computing experience.
This problem has many names. It's commonly known as the 'blue screen of death or BSOD. Now, this is a critical issue. This problem surfaces when the OS hits a wall or stops further processing. The OS can not bypass this problem and stops running further. What causes it? There are two main areas to blame. The hardware and hardware driver programs. This can also be generated from the 'Windows Kernel' when it gets exploited by any suspicious or faulty program. But you need to understand this issue properly. When a particular app is glitchy or stops running, it doesn't harm the OS. The App gets stopped, but the OS runs properly with the other apps. Now, when the hardware part or hardware driver software harms the Windows Kernel, the OS faces a STOP error. It can not be processed further from that point. Now, the only option remains, and that's restarting. Thankfully, Windows creates a file, namely 'minidump,' and stores every data that caused the crash or the BSOD. Now, up to Windows 7, you need to look to locate that file and fetch the information. However, Windows 8 and the next version automatically report the issue to the user. So, eventually, if you face a BSOD error, you need to repair your laptop seriously, and there is no other way to go around this problem.
Read Also: How To Troubleshoot and Fix Blue Screen?
Now, these are the most common laptop problems that users face. But this list doesn't end here. There are many other problems like Wifi or Bluetooth connection issues, keyboard and mouse unresponsiveness errors, screen damage, etc. And every problem comes with its remedies. So, there isn't any end to the road for you.
Further, these common issues also greatly depend on how you use and maintain your laptop. The more care, the merrier. And, lastly, having 8 years of vast experience in the computer repairing industry, we strongly recommend you take proper care of your computer as it's your lifeline both in the professional and personal arena. Also, there are other professional guides on such issues and how to troubleshoot them. You can constantly enrich your knowledge from those. And if you want our help repairing your precious laptop, always feel free to contact us.
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