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Choosing a member of a trade body such as a Computer Repair Network member helps you avoid the above problems, as all members have agreed to abide by the Computer Repair Network Code of Practice.
We hope the following information will also help you in choosing acomputer repairer:
The most recent Windows programmes allow remote service, and this is usually cheaper and quicker than having computer repairs actually carried out by a visit to you on site. The downside of this, is that remote computer repairs are only available if your internet is still working, so if your computer isn't working at all this will usually not be an option. It works like this. You contact the computer repairs company, and you follow their instructions over the phone. This allows them to access your computer, and to work on it over the internet, just as though they were sitting in front of it. The repairer will explain what they are doing at every stage, and if your problem is software related it is often repairable quite quickly.
Of course, if your computer repairs problem is hardware related, or not suitable for remote repair, then you have two choices. To take it to the repairer, or for the repairer to come to you.
If you take your computer to a repairer, you will usually only need to take the desktop itself, not the keyboard, mouse or monitor. The advantage of doing this is that the computer repairs company often has better facilities or more spare parts to hand, and it may turn out to be cheaper than the repairer visiting on site. It's also obviously easier if some diagnostic software has to be left running overnight, as you won't be getting charged for the time it takes to do that.
If the computer repairs are done by a visit to you on site there are some obvious precautions that you should consider. If possible, try to ensure that you are not alone, and make sure you see some credible ID before letting a stranger have access to your premises and access to all your confidential information. The great advantage of having someone on site is that you don't have to dismantle anything, and you will be able to see what the computer repairer does. This, coupled with a few questions and answers, may mean that you gain enough knowledge to repair your own computer should it develop a similar fault in the future. Most problems are more complex though, so developing a good working relationship with a computer repairs company you can trust, means you can call them again with confidence.
Choosing a Computer Repairer
We hope that the above information helps you in choosing a computer repairer, and that using a Registered Computer Repair company, coupled with the above advice, will help to get your computer back working as quickly as possible.