Computer Specialists

Professional Advice, At Competitive Prices!

Computer Repair Specialists

Diamond Byte Solutions is an independent computer and laptop repair and maintenance specialist, offering NO FIX NO FEE services to home users and small businesses in Wisbech, March and the surrounding areas.

We provide a comprehensive array of computer services, from the repair and maintenance of both hardware and software to networking and VOIP services.
We also offer a selection of fixed price services, virus removal, hard drive upgrades and our Security Checkup.
We have a NO FIX NO FEE* policy.

Call out services to customer home address or business address operate Monday to Friday between 9:30 AM & 4:30 PM.
* Please refer to our Terms and Conditions page for further details

Our Services

Call Out Repairs

No Fix No Fee, No Call Out Charge, No Emissions!


PC Hardware

A large choice of new and refurbished Laptops or Desktops


Remote Support

Quick and easy remote support.


In Store Repairs

Fixed price repairs for most of our services.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the questions we are asked on a regular basis, answered!

We can install an Solid State Disk in to it, as it can improve your boot up times, and opening applications, which can save a lot of time, vs a mechanical HDD.

This may sound obvious but the first thing to check is all of the cables, at both ends. Also check that the power switch is on. Once to often we've gone to a customer house or place of work and flicked the plug socket switch to on. After this quickly check to see if the circuit breaker in the fuse box has been tripped. Following these simple checks, give us a call.

These days it's pretty easy to tell the difference between the legit emails and the non-genuine copy. In fact if you have a look in our blog section we've got several blogs that talk about this exact subject in further detail.

This depends on where and how, as much as it does when. Our rule of thumb is try to keep two copies of everything valuable. One in the cloud (One Drive / Dropbox etc) and one local on an external disk that you unplug afterwards.

No, always shut down your PC via the start menu, granted this takes a little longer under Windows 10/11 than older versions like Windows 7 but this is because Windows is putting certain files and settings into a save-state so that it can load up MUCH faster when you turn it back on.