Common Laptop Repair FAQs


We at KL Computer Services have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers concerning repairing or mending laptop problems. Review the FAQs below to get the information you need to get your laptop/notebook back up and running.

Recommendations on how to handle these typical difficulties are included. If you do not find the answers to your questions here, you can visit our service centre or contact us via email or phone.

My laptop’s display has failed. Will I be able to purchase parts for it?


Your laptop’s display can be changed. We have screens for the majority of laptops. We have also set a price for the laptop screens so that customers may swiftly choose and decide. You could get in touch with us to see if the laptop part is available.

Thinking about repairing your computer screen?  Check out our laptop screen repair services.


Will upgrading my RAM help me enhance the performance of my laptop?


It is dependent on the programme for which you are using the laptop. Additional RAM will be required if the laptop workload includes memory-intensive programmes. If the laptop is used mostly for I/O, you may not need to upgrade the RAM. Your laptop could be slow for a variety of reasons, including malware infection, hard-disk difficulties, or a lack of memory.

Can I upgrade my laptop’s hard drive? What are my alternatives?


You can upgrade your laptop’s hard drive. You might increase your storage capacity to 512 GB, 1TB, or 2TB. A technician may be required to install the hard disc. You will have to reinstall your files from backup after installing the hard disc.

Read about our laptop hard drive repair and desktop repair charges.

My laptop has gotten really sluggish. What could be the problem?


A laptop could be slow for a variety of reasons. 1) The laptop may have been infected with viruses, which may have slowed it down. 2) The laptop’s hard disc may have reached the end of its useful life. 3) The laptop hardware may be incapable of supporting the installed software. 4) Background processes on your computer may be slowing it down.


My laptop’s USB port is broken. What could be the problem?


A USB port may be inoperative for a variety of reasons. One of them could be that the USB driver is not correctly installed. You can check the website of your laptop’s manufacturer to see whether they supply drivers for the laptop. Another possibility is that the USB port has a hardware problem. In this instance, you may need to change your laptop’s port. KL Computer Services can assist you with expert support.

My laptop will not boot up. What could be the problem? – Common laptop repair faqs


A laptop may not boot up due to a variety of difficulties. One possibility is that your laptop has a motherboard problem. A professional technician can resolve this problem. It is possible that your laptop is unable to start but is still operational internally. This could be due to display cable troubles.

Thinking about bringing in your computer for repair services?  Read our article on how to safeguard your computers sensitive data before you bring it in for repair.