Laptop LCD screen replacement for your broken notebook

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, iPad, Lenovo, Mac, Microsoft, Mobile, Windows 2 Comments

A frequent call we get here at Homeland Secure IT is the person who has a broken notebook in need of repair. The majority of the calls involve a the laptop LCD screen having been damaged or simply failing to operate correctly. Issues might include the backlight not illuminating the screen (IE: black screen), scrambled text and graphics, blank areas …

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New Apple MacBook Pro virtually impossible to upgrade or service by users

JohnMHoyt Apple, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Mac, Microsoft, Technology, Windows Leave a Comment

Many people are probably drooling over the new line of Apple products, including the MacBook Pro with its awesome retina display, however, many are voicing their opinion of Apple’s continued migration towards machines that are not user-serviceable. According to articles on iFixit and SlashGear, the new Apple MacBook Pro will pose a number of problems for those who like to …

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Windows 7 applications open minimized and will not allow you to maximize or expand

JohnMHoyt Business, Computer Repair, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Microsoft, Office, Windows Leave a Comment

Had a client call us today with a peculiar issue… On their Windows 7 Professional notebook, some applications (but not all) would open, but appear minimized in the task bar. The client tried everything, from rebooting, to trying safe mode. We connected remotely to view their desktop and observed the same behavior. After scouring the internet and discussing this between …

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