Warren Computers For Laptops                                                               

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Hard drive upgrade to SSD  and all software cloned to new drive without the lose of any data or photos

can supply and fit a 250GB SSD drive and clone your old HDD Without losing any data from £75.00 no loss of data

Why Upgrade to an SSD?

The reason most people replace their HDD drive with an SSD is performance. Depending on the task at hand, SSDs can be up to 10 times faster than their HDD counterparts. Replacing your hard drive with an SSD is one of the best things you can do to dramatically improve the performance of your older computer.  



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Legal Notice

A warranty is a guarantee by a manufacturer that their product will perform as stated, otherwise, the manufacturer will replace the product. A warranty can be voided if the purchaser of the product uses it in a way that it was not designed for.

Warren Computers

Registered office

61 Warren Ave

Shirley Warren 


SO16 6AH


Contact details

Mobile 07885177744


Business ID Warren Computers


                                                                        Warren Computers 61 Warren Ave Shirley SO166AH

For a fast reply Email Langdon95@btinternet.com

Telephone: 07885177744

E-mail: Langdon95@btinternet.com

Address: 61 Warren Ave Shirley Warren Southampton SO16 6AH 

Hours of Opening :

  • Monday : 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Tuesday : 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Wednesday : 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Thursday : 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Friday : 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday : 11:00am - 3:00pm



© Copyright. All rights reserved.As someone who has been in the IT field for almost 20 years, I can tell you this: I don't look at files because I'm “curious” - I feel that is a violation of the trust you've placed in me to fix your computer. On the other hand, if the problem you're having has to do with files, I do have to look at those during the troubleshooting process. It's the same as a doctor trying to diagnose a disease - you take a set of symptoms, information from your “patient”, and then run tests and/or observe to figure out a diagnosis and resolution.