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Laptop VGA Repairs – Resolve your laptop graphics issues at Laptop Power UK

Modern day laptops have their graphics cards soldered on to the main motherboard. Over time the soldered connection may begin to crack and break. This can be caused by the normal heating and cooling cycle the chip goes through. The amount of heat generated by these little chips is tremendous so if the heat cannot escape properly you may end up needing a Laptop Repair. This VGA problem is particularly common with HP laptops. Due to poor quality chips, solder or maybe even manufacture techniques, who knows, but Laptop Repairs on these laptops with this issue are very common.

If your laptop turns on but no image is displayed on the screen you could have a faulty graphics card. We at Laptop Power UK have the equipment and knowledge to do these Laptop VGA Repairs quickly and cheaply. From only £70 we could have your laptop up and running again with 24-48 hours. We do not use the amateur technique of baking your motherboard in an oven or using heat guns to rework the solder. Our equipment is a top of the range re work station to direct intense, deep heat to the problem area and only that. We offer a long warranty on all Laptop Hardware Repairs and Laptop Software Repairs and can fix most issues that blight your laptop. Just give us a call or come to see our engineers in store at Laptop Power UK.

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