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Laptop loan and repair

A laptop loan and repair service for personal student devices.

How to find us

The Laptop Loan and Repair service is located in Pope Building A15b on University Park (building number 27).

 

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Opening times

The Laptop Loan and Repair service at Pope Building is open at the following times except on University closure dates.

Laptop Loan and Repair Service opening times
DayTime
Monday  9am - 4.45pm 
Tuesday  9am - 4.45pm
Wednesday  9am - 4.45pm
Thursday  9am - 4.45pm
Friday  9am - 4.30pm 

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Services

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Laptop loan service

Devices available

The student-only loan service provides free 90 day loans of these devices:

  • Windows 7 laptops (with Office 2013, DVD drive)
  • Apple iPad 4
  • Google Nexus 10

All devices allow installation of further applications as required and are wiped on return.

Loan of devices depends on demand and is on a first-come, first-served basis from Pope Building A15b.

Conditions of loan

  • Loans are available for students only
  • 90 day loan period
  • You must have a valid University Card, username and password
  • You must agree to the conditions within the Code of Practice
  • You return the device in good condition
  • Should any damages occur, you will be liable for the cost of repair

Library laptop and iPads

Libraries provide their own three hour loan service of Windows 7 laptops and iPads for use in Libraries only.

 

Laptop repair service

This service is available for personal devices running Windows, Mac OS X or GNU/Linux and is available to all students at The University of Nottingham.

If the device cannot be repaired immediately, it will be booked into the workshop and we will let you know once it is ready to collect.

Services include:

  • virus and malware removal
  • startup issues, crashes and stability problems
  • backups and simple file recovery
  • operating system upgrades and reinstallations
  • hard drive replacements
  • simple hardware repairs (excluding phone/tablet devices)

In addition, you can visit Smart Bars on campus for virus and malware removal and other simple fixes.

Repair services

Our IT specialists are on-hand to fix a wide range of personal devices for students and staff (out of term-time and depending on demand). We offer free advice on how to resolve technical problems.

We never charge for labour – only the parts you need – take a look at the menu below:

We are unable to accept parts supplied by students or staff.
Repair service menu
Repair Windows O/S Apple Mac 
Labour  Free  Free 
Virus/Malware removal  Free  Free 
Application load/fix Free  Free 
Backup/restore  Free  Free 
Hard disk From £60
Screen  From £60 From £140 
Touch screen  From £140  N/A 
Keyboard  From £30  From £60 
Small internal parts  From £20
Internal parts (excluding motherboard)  From £50
Motherboard   From £100 N/A 

IT consumables
Items for sale Windows Apple 
Mains charger  From £30  From £40 
Battery  From £40  From £60 
External HD (including caddy)  From £40
HD caddy only  From £15
USB memory stick  From £5
 

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When you visit

If you wish to make use of this service, please make sure you bring:

  • the device that needs repairing
  • power lead for the device (if appropriate)
  • international power adaptor (if required) for the power lead
  • USB pen drive or external hard drive if you wish any data to be copied from the computer
  • description of the problem (including any error messages)
  • your preferred contact details

If you have any questions about this service, you can call us on 0115 95 13325.

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Dealing with malware

Malware is malicious software (including viruses) that can affect the way in which a computer operates and can be used to gather sensitive information or control the computer.

Symptoms may include:

  • your computer running slowly
  • computer programs malfunctioning
  • unexpected popup messages (including adverts) appearing

This can be avoided by making sure that a computer has security software installed (including anti-virus) and keeping it up to date.

Students and staff at the University are entitled to download and use Sophos for this purpose although other products are available and may already be pre-installed on your computer.

If a computer is already infected with malware, a number of free to use products exist, such as Malwarebytes, that will detect and remove it.

For advice on dealing with malware and viruses, visit a Smart Bar or the Laptop Loan and Repair service.

Information security

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University of Nottingham

University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5151
fax: +44 (0) 115 951 3666
email: enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk