COMPUTER REPAIR SERVICE Tucson AZ
Computer and Laptop Repair, Maintenance, & Troubleshooting
Computer Setup and Installation
Virus and Spyware Removal
Data Backup Solutions
ADDITIONAL COMPUTER REPAIR SERVICE
- Cracked Laptop LCD Screen Replacements
- Laptop DC Power Jack Repair
- Windows XP, Vista, and 7 Repair, Troubleshooting, and Reinstalls
- Spam and Virus Protection
- Broken Laptop LCD Hinge, Bracket, and Other Hardware Repairs
- Data Recovery Services
- And MORE!
Our new micro-soldering and rework station. We now have the tools to do circuit-board level repairs.
CRACKED OR BROKEN LAPTOP LCD SCREEN? WE CAN HELP!
Laptop LCD screens are very fragile and it doesn’t take much to break them. Many people believe that if you crack the LCD screen on your laptop, the replacement LCD will be so expensive that you might as well buy a new laptop. But this is very rarely the case. Our average LCD replacement costs around $165.00 including installation, sometimes even less, well below the cost of a new computer—and also well below the prices at the chain stores.
Call us and we’ll be happy to give you a free estimate.
Do you have a pesky virus?
Cracked or Broken laptop LCD Screen?
Broken Laptop LCD/Screen hinges?
Broken or defective laptop DC/Power Jack?
Liquid damaged PC laptop or Apple Macbook?
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 problems?
Computer became slow and unresponsive?
My laptop died and I read reviews of computer repair places before I brought it to SmartParts PC. I was 125% satisfied with the service I received. They diagnosed the problem, offered me several options, and then transferred my hard drive into another laptop, saving my data and programs — all for an incredibly reasonable fee. With excellent communication skills, professional expertise and fair pricing, SmartParts PC deserves your business.
I waited a month to post this review to make sure that the repair would last, and it has! Chris was able to help me with my broken laptop hinge for a reasonable price after three computer stores turned me away saying there was nothing that they could to to help. Within minutes of looking at the problem Chris knew exactly what needed to be done to fix it, and he got it up and running the next day. Seriously, if you’re dealing with a broken laptop definitely consider taking it here!
Highly recommended! Chris has replaced the glass on my iphone as well as my battery in the past. The service is always quick and reasonable. Then, once again I threw my phone on the pavement by accident making the screen go green and twitchy, with the glass really shattered this time. Since it was Sunday morning I went to Verizon to see if I had in fact finally killed my beloved iphone. Verizon said that they could not help with my phone, but could certainly sell me a new one for $500 or so. Chris to the rescue, fixed my phone once again.
Virus Removal: HOW DID MY COMPUTER GET INFECTED?
The vast majority of time viruses come from infected websites. These viruses exploit a security vulnerability in in your web browser, whether it’s Internet Explorer, Firefox, or another. The owner of the website from which your computer contracted the virus may or may not be aware that it contains malicious code. It’s been estimate that over 90% of the infected websites on the World Wide Web are legitimate, meaning that the people who own or manage the website are not aware that their website is infected and were not the ones who infected it in the first place. To give an example, a while back we had four different customers who came to us with infected computers who swore that the last website they visited was that of a major airline. This was too coincidental not to be true.
Your best protection against these threats is to be careful what websites you visit, what links you click on, and keep your antivirus software up to date.
Tip #1: Keep Your Operating System and Web Browser Up-to-Date
This is vitally important. Microsoft regularly releases security updates for Windows operating systems, whether you’re using Windows XP, Vista, or the new 7. Big collections of security updates and bug fixes are called “service packs.” If you are running Windows XP, as of this date, you should also have Service Pack 3 installed. For Vista, Service Pack 2. For Windows 7, service pack 1.
Unless you have a good reason for not doing so, Automatic Updates should be turned on.
Tip #2: Consider Switching from Internet Explorer to Mozilla Firefox as your default web browser.
Tip #3: Do not open email attachments from people you do not know.
Tip #4: Resist the temptation to install "free" Internet games, emoticons, desktop screensavers, and the like.
Tip #5: Stay away from suspicious websites.
Tip #6: Ideally, restrict access to your computer to the adults of the household.
Tip #7: Be cautious, not paranoid.
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SmartParts Computer Repair Service
4165 W, Ina Rd, STE 104
(Mon – Fri: 9:00AM – 6:00PM,
Sat: 10:00PM – 5:00PM,