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Welcome to Vent's Computer Repair. Our goal is to
provide Riverdale and the surrounding areas with the most affordable, dependable and expedient computer repair service available in Clayton
County. We provide in shop, on site and over the phone assistance to help quickly resolve any computer problems you may be experiencing.
Vent's Computer Repair stands ready to assist you, especially when you need help the most. Our customers can rest assured we can get the job done right the first
time. We specialize in computer solutions!
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PC Optimization / Tune-up ! All your programs (browsers, e-mail, photo editing suites) take much longer to start and their performance slows down to a crawl. Browsing through local files is slow, and movies or web clips stutter when you watch
Diagnostics: A crash (or system crash) in computing is an event in which a
computer or a program (such as a software application or an operating system) ceases to function properly, often exiting after encountering errors. Often, the offending program may appear to freeze or hang until a crash reporting service documents details of the crash. If the program is a critical part of
the operating system kernel, the entire computer may crash, often resulting in a fatal system error. Many crashes are the result of the execution of single or
multiple machine instructions. Typical causes are when the program counter is set to an incorrect address or a buffer overflow overwrites a portion of program code due to an earlier bug. In either case, it is common for the CPU to attempt to execute data or random memory values. Since all data values are
possible but only some values are valid instructions, this often results in an illegal instruction exception. By chance, such data or random values could be valid (though unplanned) instructions. The original bug is considered what "caused" the crash, but the actual fault was an illegal
instruction. The art of debugging such crashes is connecting the actual cause of the crash with the code
that set off the chain of events. This is often very far from obvious—the
original bug is usually perfectly valid code to the
processor. In earlier personal computers, it was possible to cause hardware
damage through attempting to write to hardware addresses outside of the system's main memory. The execution of arbitrary data on a system will result in a breakup of screen display. This is widely considered a severe system crash
Windows OS Recovery: When a partition is deleted, its entry is removed from a table and the
data is no longer accessible. The data remains on the disk until being
overwritten. Specialized recovery utilities, (such as Test Disk, Mini Tool
solution- Partition Wizard and part), may be able to locate lost file systems
and recreate a partition table which includes entries for these recovered file systems. Some disk utilities may overwrite a number of beginning sectors of a
partition they delete. For example, if Windows Disk Management (Windows
2000/XP, etc.) is used to delete a partition, it will overwrite the first
sector (relative sector 0) of the partition before removing it. It still may be
possible to restore a FAT32 or NTFS partition if a backup boot sector is available.
Our services include:
Free Estimates: Refers to careful examination of your computer to diagnose the problem Desktop / Laptop Services: Is your computer a few years old? Is it slow booting up? Are you
running out of hard drive space? We can deliver new life to your PC or laptop by upgrading some of its critical components. Even if your system is fairly new, you can still upgrade your pc to accommodate your growing collection of digital
photos, movies, files, or video games. Have questions about whether or not you should upgrade? Call us today!
While computer hardware configuration varies widely, a repair
technician will work with five general categories of hardware; desktop
computers, laptops, servers, computer clusters and Smartphone's / mobile
computing. Technicians also work with and occasionally repair a range of
peripherals, including input devices (like keyboards, mice, and scanners),
output devices (like displays, printers, and speakers), and data storage
devices such as internal and external hard drives and disk arrays. Technicians
involved in system administration might also work with networking hardware,
including routers, switches, fiber optics, and wireless networks.
When possible, repair technicians protect the computer user's data and
settings, so that after repair, the user will not have lost any data and can
fully use the device with little interruption, diagnosing the problem.
Addressing the issue, the technician could take action as minor as adjusting one
or several settings or preferences, but could also apply more involved
techniques like installing, uninstalling, or reinstalling various software
packages. A reliable, but somewhat more complicated, procedure for addressing
software issues is known as a restore, in which the computer's original
installation image (including operating system and original applications) is
reapplied to a formatted hard drive. It should be known though, that anything
unique, such as settings, or personal files will be destroyed if not backed up
on external media, as this reverts everything back to its original unused state.
We are here to help, call us today 770-856-3074