A Windows reinstall is often the only way to repair the operating system when it becomes corrupt. If your computer or laptop is running on a windows operating system, it can sometimes fail, beyond repair. This is not as uncommon as you may think and can be extremely frustrating when you are trying to do everyday tasks.
This is most commonly caused by failed or stuck windows updates. Installing third party driver up-daters and registry cleaners can also cause OS corruption.
We have a fixed fee of $150 for a complete Windows reinstall and re-install all of your drivers. This can offer you a quick fix to your computer problem or laptop problem and can also free up valuable space on your hard drive.
You can call us on 5478 3534 and talk to one of our techs. Alternatively Email us or use the Contact us page to send a message and we will get back to you asap. You can also bring your device into our Mooloolaba store anytime and one of our techs will have a look at it with you over the counter.
Every operating system needs an occasional repair job and Windows 10 is no exception. Whether the source of the problem is corrupt data, a particularly brutal piece of malware, or some other serious issue. Occasionally a Windows reinstall is unavoidable. Wiping your hard drive and performing another fresh Windows installation can be a huge headache.
Windows Repair & Upgrade
Problems starting up a PC can be tricky to fix, since Windows hasn’t had a chance to load its arsenal of troubleshooting tools. Some people simply give up and reinstall Windows. A Windows repair can prevent a time-consuming re-installation by diagnosing and repairing problems. We can run a diagnosis and repair Windows without having a complete Windows reinstall of the whole operating system. This option can save time and get you up and running sooner.
We can also upgrade the Windows operating system. If you are running an earlier version of Windows, now might be the perfect time to upgrade to the latest version. This webpage discusses the good and the bad about upgrading to Windows 10.