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October 20th, 2010 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Alexandria Virginia (VA) Computer Power Supply

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Alexandria Virginia (VA) Computer Power Supply – PC Power Supply, Alexandria Virginia (VA)

The Power Supply Unit, often times abbreviated as PSU, in your computer is a hardware component that is used to supply the power to the physical workings in a computer.  The power supply converts AC (alternating current) from the wall jack in your home, to the DC (direct current) that your computer needs to run properly.  In a desktop computer the power supply is a metal box that is visible from the back of the computer; it will contain the power-cord receptacle as well as a cooling fan.  The Power Supply Unit in a laptop is not a noticeable and as easy to change.

Geek ABC’s computer geeks are experienced in diagnosing Power Supply failures and can be reached via out website www.geekabc.com, or give us a call at 1.877.GEEKABC (1.877.433.5222) to schedule an appointment.  We provide same day, mobile, in-home network support and repair services for residential and business customers in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.

When you have power supply issues you might notice that your monitor and other peripherals continue to get power but your computer just won’t boot.  Some of the other symptoms you might experience when your power supply is failing are:

  • Your system won’t turn on but the peripherals do
  • Memory Issues
  • The system startup fails or locks up
  • Your computer reboots on its own or locks up during normal operation
  • The fan failing to spin
  • HDD (Hardware Drive Data) file system corruption
  • Issues running USB powered devices
  • Overheating due to the fan not running properly
  • And increased time that it takes for your computer to startup and shutdown

Possible power supply failure is a good reason to make sure that you have a current back-up of your data.  If you start noticing symptoms of your power supply failing you should check out your manufacturers’ website to see what information they offer on replacing it.  You should always have your computer’s specs on hand just in case something like this happens.  If you aren’t sure that the power supply is the problem or you don’t feel comfortable enough to change it yourself, GEEK ABC is here to come to the rescue.

Geek ABC’s computer technicians provide FAST, mobile, in-home computer support and repair services.  Geek ABC technicians are experienced in working with both PC’s and Mac’s.  We have expertise in upgrading and replacing memory, operating systems, hard drives, motherboards, power supplies, software, and processors as well as many other computer peripherals. Our computer geeks specialize in data backup, data transfer, data recovery, computer repair, laptop repair, virus removal, spyware and malware removal, network security, wireless network setup and repair, remote tech support, as well as other complicated issues such as the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSoD).


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