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Got a faulty Hard drive or SSD? Luckily for you, we offer a laptop hard drive/SSD replacement service. And only use brand new drives. In addition to this, we also can upgrade your existing drive for either a faster SSD or a bigger hard drive. We cover Alcester, Birmingham, Bromsgrove, Cradley heath, Henley In Arden, Halesowen, Oldbury, Redditch, Solihull, Smethwick, Studley, Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth, & West Bromwich.
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You may be wondering why not have your existing hard drive or SSD repaired instead of a replacement. The reason is that a new hard drive or SSD is cheaper. Also, a repaired hard drive is more likely to fail. A typical laptop will have a 500GB or a 1TB hard drive. But newer laptops come with an SSD or an SSHD. However, some laptops use both a hard drive and an SSD.
Signs you require a laptop hard drive replacement:
- The laptop is taking longer to load than normal or is very slow
- Your laptop is freezing
- Hard drive error on your laptop
- Taking longer to access data than normal
- Hard drive making a clicking/screeching/grinding noise
- Hard drive no longer showing up
- Laptop no longer boots into windows
- Hard drive not spinning
Signs you require an SSD replacement:
- Laptop not booting into windows
- The laptop shows an SSD error
- SSD no longer accessible
- The laptop is running extremely slow or freezing
Is it worth having a Hard drive or SSD replaced?
It is worth having your hard driver or SSD replaced. Once the faulty drive is replaced, your laptop will back to normal. We aim to get your laptop back to you as soon as possible. However, if you need data recovery it can take a little longer. A typical hard drive will last up to 4 years depending on usage. Whereas a typical SSD won’t last as long. However, a hard drive is more likely to fail within a laptop. Due to the fact, a hard drive has moving parts inside. Since your laptop is always on the move. It can take a knock, which can damage your hard drive.