Not Booting

Is your computer not booting up properly?

Not Booting

Whether you’re encountering a black screen, beeping noises, a blue screen, or your computer simply won’t turn on, there could be a multitude of reasons why. When you press the power button on your computer, a series of complex processes take place to allow your device to function. If any component in this process fails, it can result in a computer that won’t boot.

At Laptop Repair Denver,

our first step is always to determine the cause of the problem. It could be related to a faulty hardware component, a software glitch, or both. That’s why we offer a comprehensive diagnostic to get to the root of the issue. Once we’ve determined the problem, we can proceed with the appropriate repairs. This could involve replacing a defective component, correcting a software glitch, or both.

Even if your computer is not booting up, we can still help.

We offer data recovery services to ensure that you don’t lose important files and documents. Our experienced technicians can help you recover your data, so you can get back to work as soon as possible.

Are you seeing error messages like “No Boot Device Found”? Or are you seeing a screen that looks like the one below? These are common signs that your computer is not booting properly. But don’t worry – we can help!

At Laptop Repair Denver, we understand how frustrating it can be when your computer won’t turn on. That’s why we offer fast and reliable repairs for all kinds of booting issues. We have multiple locations in Denver, Centennial, and Boulder, Colorado, so you can easily find us no matter where you are. Plus, our friendly and approachable technicians will work with you to find the best solution for your needs.

Don’t let a computer that won’t boot slow you down. Contact Laptop Repair Denver today to schedule your diagnostic and get your device back up and running again in no time!

Blue Screen
Example of a “Blue Screen of Death”


Blue Screen
Another example of a “Blue Screen of Death”


Kernel Panic
The Mac Equivalent is called kernel panic