Computer Problems?

computercalm can help…

We offer servicing, repairs and support for all makes of Windows desktop PCs, laptops and Apple Macintosh computers. We also diagnose and solve problems with computer accessories such as printers, scanners, digital cameras, external hard drives and optical drives.

We cover the whole of the Vale of Evesham in Worcestershire and the surrounding villages and nearby towns.

In addition, we can give you advice on buying and using your computer, and make recommendations on the best accessories to use for your specific needs.

Common problems we fix:

  • Unable to connect to the Internet
  • Slow running and booting computer
  • Blue Screen Errors / Blue Screen of Death
  • Files that have disappeared or been lost
  • Computer will not start up
  • Virus / Malware Removal
    – including ‘Police’ Ransomware
  • File is missing or corrupt error
  • Continually re-booting/re-starting
  • Blank or dim screen with power on
  • Loose / faulty power socket
  • Unreadable Digital Camera cards
  • Email issues
    – including compromised accounts

If you have one of the above, or any other computer issues then please get in touch.

We’ll be happy to help.

Our Aims

To deliver professional, cost effective, technology support and training services in plain English.

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