- Computer Repair
- Laptop Repair
- PC Repair
- Network Support
- PC Support
- Phone Repair
- Malware Removal
- Spyware Removal
- Hard Drive Recovery
- Recover Deleted Files
- Technical Support
- Computer Sales
- Virus Removal
Reliable Computer Repair Rochester NY
Our goal at Computer Service Specialists of New York is to provide the best possible experience. We provide all our services at an affordable price out of our Computer Store in Rochester NY. We offer technical services capable of restoring your devices. Computer / Laptop / Notebook PC / MAC or desktop computers included. We offer flexible pricing (hourly or per project basis). Our diagnostic computer repair services are always free. A Expedited and accurate assessment will be conducted. The service option that is in the best interest of the customer will always be suggested. We understand what is required to restore your desktop, laptop, notebook, PC or Server. We will ALWAYS contact you before any charges are applied. Its our job to assist you in making the best possible decision. .The diagnostic results will be explained as well as the cost of the labor and parts. The next step is to decide whether it makes financial sense to proceed with the service repairs.
Laptop and PC Services
The certified and trained technicians at Computer Service Specialists of New York have many years of hands on experience with a wide range of makes and models of laptop brands. We strive for honesty, integrity, and keeping the best interest of our customers. Our goal is to build a long term relationship with all customers so they can feel confident doing business with us without exception . Customer satisfaction is our highest priortiy. All makes and models are service at the Computer Service Specialists of New York service facility located in Henrietta, NY. Apple/MAC laptops, iMac, PC's, laptops, notebooks, and all desktop models: HP, Dell, Compaq, Sony, HP, IBM, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Gateway, Custom Built, Alienware, Fujitsu, Panasonic, Apple, and others.
Typical PC / Computer Repair and MacBook, Notebook and Laptop service repairs include but are not limited to the following services:
Laptop plug replacement / DC Jack Repair
If your laptop battery fails to charge while plugged in with the AC adapter, you may have a faulty Power Jack. The plug for your laptops power will be in a specific location dependent on the make and model of your laptop. If your laptop has a removable battery, you can safely test if this is the case by removing the battery and attempting to power on the laptop while plugged in with the power adapter. If your laptop battery fails to charge while plugged in with the AC adapter, you may have a faulty Power Jack. The plug for your laptop's power will be in a specific location dependent on the make and model of your laptop. If you are uncertain of the issue and do not wish to attempt the testing yourself, please call a computer service repair center immediately. It is always better to be safe and avoid any additional damage to your system.
Motherboard / Component repairThe system motherboard is single most overlooked hardware component. It is the piece of hardware that is out of sight and out of mind. The motherboard is glue that holds the ship together. It allows each component to communicate with eachother in perfeft harmony. This is why a simple motherboard issue can cause a catastrophic system failure.
Now for the question of the day. How do you determine if your motherboard is bad? Is it fixable? How much will this cost and how difficult is it to replace myself? These are all valid questions. I would not recommend replacing a motherboard (especially in a laptop) if you have not done this before. Laptop motherboard replacement is a VERY complicated procedure. We recommend leaving it to the experts in most situations. This leads to the next question. How do you determine if the motherboard is bad? Most of the time if there motherboard is not functioning correctly you will not get very far. There may be no power what-so-ever. Not even a beep, a blip, or a fan spin. Most commonly this is the case. If the scenario is less severe the manufacturer may have diagnostics built into the BIOS that can be initialized during boot up. Alternatively there may be software that can be downloaded and installed from the manufacturer's website. As we suggested in the beginning of this excerpt, call the pro's. You will save yourself HOURS of frustration. If you are feeling ambitious and have nothing to close, then by all means.. have at it! There is only one way to learn how to swim!
LCD Screen replacement
A broken laptop screen doesn't necessarily mean a broken laptop. If your screen has been damaged the first step is to plug your laptop into an external source. Most laptops have an external screen connector. VGA, HDMI, DVI, Display Port. These terms may mean nothing to you. Until now. Find out which type of connector your laptop is equipped with and make the appropriate connection to an LCD monitor, TV, or any other type of external device. If your laptop can boot into the Operating System then you know the damage may be limited to the screen itself. If you are unable to view the laptop with the external screen hookup there may be additional damage to your system that may require service. Typically the repair of an LCD screen is going to start with finding the make and model of your laptop. A serial number is always useful as most vendors allow you to input the systems serial number as a reference. It will determine the warranty status, as well as the exact make, model, and version. Some models may come with several different options for the screen. This is why it is important to bring the laptop into a service repair center to determine the exact type of screen that needs replacing.
Your computer's system memory or RAM (Random Access Memory) is much different than your storage. These two components are commonly confused. While your Hard Drive stores information and dictates how many files and how big the files can be, your system memory will dictate performance. Performance meaning how fast a program will open, how many open programs your computer can handle before it starts to slow down, how large of certain types of files you can open before there are performance issues, etc. Think of your system memory (RAM) as in how big your virtual desk space is. If you have a small desk, that means you can only fit a certain amount of pages, papers, staplers, letter opens etc. on the desk. As the desk begins to run out of space, you simply will not be able to fit any additional documents on your desk top. With your computer system, the analogy is the same. the more system memory (RAM) that you have the more applications, programs, and files you can have open at one time. If your system seems sluggish and programs are opening with much delay you may want to consider adding additional memory to your system. There are many different types of memory and it is very specific to the type of system that you have. Most commonly the type of motherboard that you have will dictate the type of memory that will be required. Your system memory plugs directly into your motherboard in most cases.
Hard Drive Data Wipe
Tune Up Service
Virus detection and removal
Data Restoration / Recovery Service
Hard Drive / Media Repair
Hard drive replacements and upgrades
Wireless / WiFi installation / setup
Windows Blue Screen Errors
Broken Ports (USB, VGA, Power Connector, HDMI)
Operating System Upgrade
Data Encryption Services
Email Setup / Troubleshooting