It should have been fine, she did everything right, but according to her readings it's... not. At all. The ionic damper on her hyperdrive is leaking; the good news is that she should be able to get one more jump out of it, if she acts fast; the bad news is that she'd have to disassemble half her drive to replace it via servo; she can do it, if she's careful, but getting everything back together and checked and calibrated is going to take months. If she had a brawn it'd be simple, of course, they could get at the damper no problem, this kind of thing is half of what brawns are for, but - well, she should have been fine without one. (She had the damper stress-tested before she left Earth, even; it's right there in the logs.)
Well. Should and a credit will get her an audio file; there's nothing for it. And there is one other bit of good news; she scouted out an inhabited planet just a couple hops ago, close enough that she should be able to get to it with one jump unless her luck is really terrible - she cycles her internal lights in a superstitious warding gesture at the thought - and then she'll at least have something to do while she waits for help to make the trek out to her.
A couple days later, the news is still mostly bad. The damper is in warranty, and she has the upgrade that covers delivering it to her; what it doesn't cover is installation, so her options are to hire an engineer to come out and install it, or do it herself. On top of that, it's going to take six to eight months for her new damper to get to her, following the mapped path she took to get here; the remaining portion of her scouting loop is much shorter, but without that portion of the path mapped, no delivery ship is going to be equipped to go that way. It also means that if she wants an engineer to come out and install the damper, she'll have to pay for a year of their time, at least, to get to her and back.
At least the planet looks promising. She'd only taken a cursory look, the first time through, enough to see that she wasn't going to be able to get very close without being spotted: they don't look fully spacefaring yet, they don't have an orbital station or any settlements off of their planet of origin, but they're close, with a handful of satellites and other signs of a mature tech base.
She's not going to get any further fighting with her hardware supplier; they've put in the delivery order and they'll have tracking information for her in a few days. She might as well stop hiding behind this gas giant and go see what the planet makes of her showing up in their orbit.