Affordable Laptop Repair Point Loma CA.
Notebooks are, without a doubt, our best friends when we need efficiency allied to mobility. But even tanks require maintenance, and our work pals (that sometimes are even tougher than a tank) aren’t an exception.
If you’re experiencing issues and need a laptop repair in Point Loma, call the best technician available in San Diego County, and you’ll be sure you never miss your laptop when you most need it!
And remember: we’re experts in saving you money! Most times, you can save up to 90% fixing your laptop instead of buying a new one!
Notebook/ Laptop Repair:
– Notebook power connector (DC Jack fix or replacement)
– Broken screen (LCD)
– Sudden powering off
– Any upgrades you may need (hard drive, RAM memory)
– Computer too slow
– Laptops not starting
– Virus and Trojans (most times you don’t even know your computer is infected – you only think the sudden pop-ups or the long time it takes to open any software are weird)
– Wireless and wired networks
– Data transfer from your old computer into your new one
We can fix the following brand of laptops: Toshiba, HP, Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu, Sony (Vaio), IBM.
Point Loma is a seaside neighborhood in San Diego, California. Geographically it is a hilly peninsula that is bordered on the west and south by the Pacific Ocean, the east by the San Diego Bay and Old Town and the north by the San Diego River. Along with North Island and the Silver Strand, Point Loma separates the San Diego Bay from the Pacific Ocean.
Point Loma is home to the western terminus of Interstate 8, which travels along the Northern end of the peninsula. Rosecrans is the North/South avenue that serves the bayside of Point Loma, while Sunset Cliffs Boulevard is the North/South ocean-side avenue (both streets run parallel to each other in a northeast to southwest route). Sports Arena Boulevard, West Point Loma Boulevard, and Nimitz Boulevard are other major traffic pipelines in Point Loma.
Much of the coastal sections, both bay, and ocean, are laid out in a grid pattern, with the oceanside blocks larger than the bayside. The grid breaks down as both sides approach the hilly center, which is mainly evident west of Chatsworth Boulevard and east of Catalina and Nimitz Boulevard, where streets have more loopy, curvy patterns.
Point Loma was first discovered by Europeans on September 28, 1542, when Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, departing from Mexico, led an expedition to explore the west coast of what is now the United States. Cabrillo described San Diego Bay as “an excellent enclosed port,” and historians believe he probably docked his flagship on Point Loma’s east shore, likely at Ballast Point. Fort Guijarros was constructed there in 1797.
Call Rod at (619) 794-4774. We can come to you if you need.
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