PC Repairs

PC repairs are almost inevitable at some point but also an opportunity to get your computer up to speed. Your PC is a business filing cabinet, home theatre, entertainment centre, photo archive, record collection and work space all in one. It is this importance that makes it especially frustrating when a component fault stops you from using it to its full potential. If you need a PC repair in Edinburgh, then give us a call, or drop into one of our computer shops in South Clerk Street and Inverleith Row.

Our experienced technicians and engineers are here to help you solve your PC problems.

PC Repair Edinburgh

Common PC repair services we offer include:


Failed or failing hard drive

If your PC runs incredibly slow, has a “No Operating System Found” error or if you hear grinding/ticking noises, you probably have a failing hard drive (HDD).


Hardware problems

Motherboard errors, graphics corruption due to overheating, “blue screen of death” caused by faulty RAM are all dealt with on a daily basis.


Power supply

If your PC made a loud popping noise, is switching itself off and on or shows no signs of life? Probably means you have a faulty or blown PSU.


Virus removal

Unwanted software, toolbars and a dodgy registry can all lead to an unresponsive PC or, even worse, data loss or compromised accounts.


Software issues

Operating system corruption, registry error or missing drivers are all fixed by our engineers.



A fur coat may be nice in winter, but not for a PC. Internal components clogged with dust and grime are a common form of component failure.

Do you need more advice and guidance?

Give us a call, we will provide a consultation over the phone. Once in store, a no fix no fee assessment will be given along with your options for the best way forward.

Call us now on 0131 662 9955 or email [email protected]

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

A PC with multiple component failure or motherboard replacement is much more expensive than say replacing faulty RAM or a CPU cooler. We will provide estimated prices when you have explained the symptoms of the fault in store or by phone, and confirm this when we have carried out full in store diagnostics. We also have a no fix no fee policy when we are unable to fix a fault.

In most cases, yes, as long as the hard drive or SSD is not the route cause of the problem. If the hard drive is encrypted, this will also cause issues with data recovery. It’s always best to back up your own data if you have the chance before a serious fault occurs.

This depends on the version of Windows and how it was set in the first place. Good news is that in most cases we will be able to recover data and reinstall the system back to working order.

We carry out repairs to all kinds of PCs both new and old. This could be a replacement power supply, graphics card, overheating issue or replacement hard drive or SSD. If the PC is within the manufacturer’s warranty we would suggest contacting them initially but bring it to us if you are concerned about data loss.

We can come out on site to assess a PC repair, but in most cases it would need to come back to the workshop for full repair and diagnostics. It would always be cheaper to bring the PC to one of our workshops but we also offer a collection and drop off service.