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Contact Phone
087 36 90 032
Office Address
Unit 2A,
Watch House Cross
Shopping Centre
Kileely Road, V94 Y316
Office hours
Mon - Fri: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sat: By Appointment Only

PC Repair

personal computer PC repair

Problem PC?
We’ll solve it - doktortelecom is your personal army of tech-savvy geeks who will get your PC working again.

We can fix most desktop computers and a wide range of issues, wether the problem is hardware or software related. So, if your computer does not boot, your gaming computer overheats, freezes, crashes or restarts, your machine's hard drive is making beeping sounds, or your screen goes suddenly blank, let us know.

Our qualified desktop repair technicians will check your computer to diagnose any hardware and software issues. Then you will be given a report of the problems found and a quote for repairs. The testing and diagnostic service is free, even if you change your mind and you don't want to go through with the full repair. If you do decide to repair, our professional computer technicians will get your PC working again.

If it’s urgent, we’ll do everything we can to make sure your machine is back with you on as soon as possible, fixed and ready to finish your project, keep the kids ready for school, or continue your gaming adventure.

Computer Won’t Turn On

computer fails to boot start

Most scariest thing that can happen to your computer is failure to turn on at all. You press the little power button and nothing happens. No beeps, clicks, clunks or whirs. Light on the monitor is on, but your computer is totally dead.

First of all, don’t panic! When people face that kind of problem, they are tend to panic, worried that all important data on their PC are gone. Most probably your documents and pictures are safe, just not accessible at the moment. This computer problem shows that one of the hardware components have failed.

Noisy Computer

computer makes noises

The two biggest culprits for excess noise in computers are fans and the hard disk. Fans are used to move the heat produced by the CPU, motherboard, and graphics card out of the computer. If the fans are loose, too small, or not powerful enough, they can create noise.

In most cases, these are not reasons to worry. However, there are more than a dozen reasons for noise coming out of your PC, and some may be more worrisome than others.

It is advisable to correctly determine if the noise is of abnormal nature and to identify what components are creating it in order to prevent potentially irreversible damage in the long term.

Computer Fails to Start

computer does not boot start

This can happen suddenly and without any visible cause. Your computer begins to load but after some time stops responding during start up process. This problem can be caused by many factors.

Your computer can try to load windows from removable media. First of all check and remove any CD’s, DVD’s, USB flash drives, memory cards. Remove any digital cameras or external hard drives. Try to restart your computer. If it fails again something else is causing the problem.

If your desktop repeatedly displays and error during start up, this may be caused by a hardware problem. Your motherboard, CPU, memory or graphic card may have developed a problem and needs to be looked at. Don't hesitate to bring it in to a free assessment.

Computer Freezes and Restarts

computer freeze restart

It can be two kind of problems causing computer to freeze and restart. First and most probable one is software problem (Windows or Mac). Viruses, Trojans, rogues or other malware can cause system instability. When the system detects a problem it restarts to prevent future damage. These problems can be solved by cleaning unwanted/ unnecessary software, adware and spyware, upgrading drivers or reinstalling the operating system.

Second and more serious – hardware problem. Computer overheating is most probable cause for computer freezing and restarting. When you machine overheats it get’s unstable and sends a signal to restart. There is more hardware faults that can cause computer freezes. Faulty power supply, graphic card, processor or even hard drive can cause this kind of problem.

Our PC technicians will test your computer and decide if it's a software or a hardware problem, then apply the best course of action to repair your computer.

Computer is Too Slow

computer too slow unresponsive crash

"My computer keeps running slow and when I start it up my desktop takes forever to load. What can it be?" "My computer runs slow, takes forever to start or shut down and will even just shut itself off ...help!?" "What can I do to make my computer run faster? It is running slow it takes forever for the internet to come up?" "My computer runs really slow and sometimes I can’t even get into my mail and it takes forever to find the sites" "My computer takes forever to start, runs slow and keeps saying: warning unresponsive script"

Sounds familiar? Computers become slow during time. Corrupt, old, and redundant files quickly build up in the computer, making the operating system run ever more slowly.

In addition to slowing down the PC, this can also cause crashes, system errors and possible data loss. It is the biggest annoyance when you need to wait for computer to go through the simple task and a serious issue if you have to re-work what was lost due to a crash. Often this happens to older PC’s but this can happen to new computers too.

Printer, Keyboard or Mouse Doesn’t Work

PC computer no input

Problems with peripherals can happen suddenly. Yesterday your printer, mouse or keyboard was working fine, you turn your computer on today and boom – no printer, mouse or keyboard at all. In most cases this problem can be caused by driver issues. First of all try to connect your faulty hardware to another USB port. Sometimes this helps to repair minor faults.

In few cases problem can be with faulty hardware. If none of your peripherals connected through USB are not working, this is probable a motherboard fault. If you have wi-fi printer and it is not working, this can be caused by wrong drivers or a wrong wi-fi router configuration. Don't hesitate to ask our experienced service technician for assistance in correctly configuring your PC.

Screen Doesn’t Show Anything

computer blank screen does not show anything

You turn on your desktop computer. You can hear it starting to work and Windows starting to load, but your screen doesn’t show anything or “no signal found”. This can happen for many reasons. If you moved your computer recently, please check all your cables. They can be loose slightly and do not send the proper signals. If cables are all ok, you should try to connect your monitor to another computer, just to make sure that your monitor isn't faulty.

Sometimes the screen shows nothing because of a faulty graphic card or another hardware issue. If the steps mentioned above did not solve your problem, you should contact our professional computer repair technicians.

Our qualified desktop repair technicians will check your computer, test all cables, hardware and software issues and fix any problems found.