A-Byte Computer Solutions

 Fore Bondgate, Bishop Auckland DL14 7PE, 
 

 

What ever the issue you are experiencing we are here to help. Common issues our customers report are:

  • Computer making strange noises?
  • Computer no longer starting up?
  • Computer running really slowly?
  • Computer running far too hot?
  • Running out of memory?
  • Running out of hard drive space?

A-Byte offers a computer repair service for all makes of computer, including servers, desktops, laptops and netbooks. A collect and return or an on-site service is available depending on the severity and urgency of the fault you are experiencing.

A-Byte Computers offer advanced desktop repair and upgrades that will make your old machine feel new again. How you may ask? There are many elements to a computer that may be causing it not to function correctly. We run several diagnostics to determine whether it’s the hardware or software that’s at fault.

Once the fault has been identified we move on to the next procedure and discuss with you whether or not it’s worth fixing or upgrading (if it’s a hardware fault). Repair current operating system (software) or return to factory defaults with your old data transferred to your new OS.

Computer repair work covers both hardware and software issues, covering all aspects of failure or slow down. A-Byte Computers have at their disposal a large number of tools, test hardware, diagnostic hardware and software to determine the nature of the issue with your machine.

Case Studies

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"Sam Lowes lost twin boys and lost her way until Butterwick's Family Support Team were called to help"

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