When we hear the word “refurbished”, we often associate it with “used” and “questionable quality”. However, today’s refurbished items can give you an impressive value for the money. Electronics don’t have moving parts and as long as they are kept cool and clean, computer parts often last a long time. This can make buying a refurbished computer over a new one a good idea.
If you have performed a reinstallation or reset of Windows 10 then you may find you have some missing drivers, for example, your graphic card or chipset.
Here at Compu-Zone, we understand that choosing the right PC for you can be tricky - especially when you're not sure what all the jargon means! What's the difference between memory and hard drive? Which numbers should I be looking at? We are here to provide the ultimate guide on choosing your PC, and set straight all of the common mistakes and mix-ups people have when looking into the technical side of things.
When it comes to buying a computer, you have a variety of options open to you to choose from. Some people may decide to buy a brand new PC, workstation or laptop, whilst others may be happy to buy a second-hand or refurbished model.
If you are having difficulty connecting to a wireless network, there are 3 main steps any experienced tech would do before advanced troubleshooting.
These steps are -
Check that the wireless adapter on the machine is switched on.
Ensure that you are typing in the correct password for that network.
Confirm that the wireless network is broadcasting.
Check out our YouTube Video to show how to remove or add a hard drive to a Dell Optiplex Tower.