Computer Repairs Townsville

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No-Fuss Computer Repairs in Townsville

Having troubles with your PC or Mac computer in Townsville? Not to worry – QuickTech’s network of reliable IT repair technicians spans the entire Townsville area, and we repair computers of all makes and models.

Whatever is causing the issue – be it software or hardware-related – we’ll get to the bottom of it and have your computer running at optimal efficiency again in no time. QuickTech has years of industry expertise, and we’ve already helped thousands of Townsville residents get their computers functioning properly again, both at home and in the office.

Depending on the issue you’re having with your PC or Mac, we might be able to provide computer repairs remotely. If not, you can still enjoy peace of mind that one of our fully qualified and highly experienced technicians will arrive at your door with all the tools, equipment and spare parts we might need for comprehensive computer repairs in Townsville.

We provide the full scope of computer repair services in Townsville

Here are the most common problems we see with people’s personal or business computers, but rest assured our expert technicians are able to resolve any software or hardware issue that might be affecting your computer’s performance:


If there’s any strain on your computer’s CPU, it will overheat. This is what the cooling fan is for, but these sometimes deteriorate and need replacing. We’ll help you clean the cooling vents, replace the cooling fan, or resolve any other issue that might be causing the CPU to overheat.


Needless to say, computers aren’t supposed to be noisy. If your PC is making strange noises, it’s most likely either a damaged/overworked cooling fan or the hard disk. If it’s the hard disk, we strongly recommend backing up all your data on an external drive as soon as possible, before arranging to have your hard disk replaced (which we can do for you).

Slow performance

Is there anything more frustrating than a slow-running computer? While the symptoms are all the same, the cause varies. Perhaps your PC is clogged with too many files or unnecessary software. It could be a virus, or it might simply be that your computer is getting on in years. Whatever the problem is, QuickTech’s Townsville computer repair professionals can diagnose and resolve the problem for you.

We also help to configure wireless networks, repair laptops, repair/replace motherboards, screens, monitors, internal hard disks and WiFi cards. Call us for assistance with virus protection, system reinstallations, heating issues, crashing issues, data backups and all your other IT repair needs in Townsville.

Your trusted experts in computer repairs and “all things tech” in Townsville

From computer repairs and WiFi support to TV setup, antenna installation and audio-video configuration – QuickTech has got you covered. Call 07 3555 6050 for tailored service at affordable prices.


If you want to upgrade your CPU, monitor, modem, network card, sound card, you first need to check the prices of new and used computers. Replacing the entire computer is often a more cost-efficient upgrade in the long run. Therefore, it is essential to check the prices first and then decide.

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Yes, you can fix a broken laptop’s screen on your own. The steps are as follows:

  • Know your model and assess the damage
  • Find the correct screen
  • Get the right tools and open the screen
  • Remove the LCD
  • Insert the new screen

And it is done!

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The screen rotation on the laptop is usually caused by accidentally pressing a combination of keys. To correct it, hold down Ctrl and Alt and press one of the four arrow keys (up, down, left, or right) until you have it the correct way up.

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Like any other human being, even PCs have their lifespan. On average, the lifespan of a PC is about three to five years, depending upon its usage patterns, environmental conditions, and computing needs. If appropriately maintained, PCs can last more than that, but then it has to repair and serviced adequately on time.

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Yes, you can install SSD on a new laptop. However, SSD consumes less power, which prolongs battery life, and they are impervious to the shocks that can damage hard drives when the laptops are bumped around or even dropped. Therefore, one needs to decide carefully when installing an SSD in a new laptop.

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