iMac Repair Services Richardson, Tx

The all-in-one desktop computer iMac Features the latest Intel-based processor resulting in fastest performance during every kind of computing tasks that you are trying to do whether it is related to school, work or home. Today, we have come to the sixth generation of iMac with an Apple’s own silicone based M1 chip processor. And through all these years they have been doing nothing but improve the iMac’s performance. iMacs feature Brilliant Retina Display with true tone Technology and today we even have displays with 4K and 6K display. The iMac comes with Apple’s Magic Keyboard and magic mouse. The iMac can handle general-purpose and heavy-duty tasks equally very well. Almost all the parts in iMac are upgradeable or replaceable. If you wish to upgrade RAM in your iMac, you’d have to reconfigure your iMac with the 8GB RAM that is the base of the system. iMacs are very durable and easy in terms of repairs but can take time to get it done.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐MacroGeeks Computer Repair Service provides all kinds of computer repair Services including PC, Laptops, Desktop, Apple Macs on-site or off-site depending on the amount of work needed to be done. Our certified technicians specializes in Macs/Computer upgrades, SSD Upgrades, Water Damaged Treatment, Virus Removal, Slow iMac upgrades, home iMac repair/ maintenance, Business iMac Repair/ maintenance, Data Recovery, PC upgrades, iMacs Repairs and services, Malware Removal, Firmware lock Removal, HDD crash, Broken parts replacements or anything you need help with. Computer Service experts in Dallas area, Computer Repair Hub, Data Recovery, iMac computer repair, Business and Home iMac Repairs,  iMac Virus Removal Dallas, Certified IT Technician  469-654-3357


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iMac Not turning on/ Dead Repair:

Your iMac won’t Start up? Before getting any further frustrated, try some of these potential fixes.

  • Make sure the power outlet is receiving power. Make sure that the power cable is not damaged and securely plugged into your iMac and a working electrical outlet.
  • If the power outlet is receiving power, then make sure the AC power cord is working properly and the AC power cord is of the proper size. Sometimes the power outlet cable looks the same but the connector sizes are different because of which your iMac will not receive any power.
  • Make sure the power button is working properly. During times, the button collects oils and degrees in them and it won’t click as it is supposed to preventing the iMac to turn on. This problem can be solved by using couple drops of WD-40 and pressing the button continuously until it feels normal.
  • Perform a SMC reset. Unplug the power outlet cable and drain the electricity from capacitor by holding the power button for five seconds. Wait for 15 seconds, plug back the power outlet cable back in the iMac and restart your Mac.
  • Perform an NVRAM reset. NVRAM (non-volatile random access memory) is a special section of memory that stores certain settings a Mac needs to access quickly. Older Macs used PRAM (perimeter RAM) instead. The process for resetting either is the same: Press the power button, then immediately press and hold the Option (Alt), CommandP, and R keys. Then, keep the keys pressed for around 20 seconds, even if your Mac appears to restart. If your Mac plays a startup sound, release the keys after you hear it chime for the second time.
  • Use Recovery Mode Tools for a special Recovery partition on the hard drive. To boot into Recovery, press the power button and press and hold the Command and R keys. Release the keys when you see the Apple logo. When it finishes booting, you’ll see a new macOS Utilities menu and the first one to try is Disk Utility.
  • Reinstall macOS in Recovery Mode by holding the Command and R keys and releasing it after the Apple chime takes you to the macOS Utilities menu. From there, we can try to reinstall the macOS in Recovery Mode from the Time Machine backup if you have one.
  • Try to unplug any or all external devices that has been plugged in to your iMac. An iMac might not turn on because of a faulty external or internal hardware sometimes. Even after disconnecting all the external hardwares, if the iMac does not run on, now things get a little more complicated and it requires help from an experienced technicians as you have to further get inside to check any internal hardware failures.
  • Try to boot up in Safe Mode. Safe Boot limits functionality of your iMac during startup, and performs certain diagnostics. It’s rare, but sometimes your unhappy iMac might start up successfully with a Safe Boot, and then you restart it normally. To enter Safe Mode: Shut the iMac down and start it up while holding down the Shift key. Safe Boot can take a while to start (if it does work at all).

If none of these diagnostics do not work, figure out if display is the main issue. If not, check these: startup chime, HDD/fan spinning, press caps lock in the keyboard. Also make sure your display’s brightness is turned all the way up. Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357

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iMac Operating System (OS) Re-Installation or Update

There are a few reasons why you might want to reinstall macOS (or even Mac OS X). Perhaps your Mac is working erratically and you think that a clean install of the operating system might fix the issue. Alternatively, you might be planning on selling your Mac, or passing it on to a member of the family (in which case, you need to wipe it first and return your Mac to factory settings). It is even possible to reinstall the version of the macOS that your Mac shipped with – which might enable you to revert to an older version of the operating system if the latest version is upsetting you.

We can fix that for you! If you need to upgrade your operating system, or you already did and are desperate to go back, then just let us know we’ll set you up with a Tech who can get everything running the way you want it. Services Include:

  • Install or Re-install on operating system on one iMac (OS discs are required and will not be supplied)
  • Ensure that all necessary drivers have been installed
  • Make sure system is up to date
  • Verify the system is functioning properly

iMac Broken Screen/Bleeding LCD replacement:

If your iMac’s screen is shattered because of being hit by something or due to any unknown reason and the LCD looks like it is bleeding/black spots or you are not able to log into your iMac because of vertical lines, no longer do you have to wait for days and weeks and be without your iMac while it undergoes repairs. Also no need to worry if your iMac is out of warranty. No matter what the situation is, our Certified Technicians will provide you the efficient service on your iMac screen and LCD replacement in Dallas for the best deal and with the best conveniency with a 90 days manufacturer’s warranty in case something goes wrong (which is very rare).

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

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iMac Speaker Replacement:

If your iMac is not shattered and is not defective but the speakers does not seem to work, check on sound and go to input and increase the input volume. Your iMac has built in speaker, that’s why you will not be able to use all these like FaceTime, no sound in songs or cannot play youtube videos. Sometimes, software crashes can be a cause of the problem on iMac that leads to no sound. Make sure you’ve checked the settings of the volume slider. If the volume slider is set low, move the slider and make sure to is working good. If you still don’t hear any sound, it might be a hardware problem and need a Hardware repair.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

iMac Logic Board Replacement:

Replacing the main logic board/motherboard is an excellent option and an easy repair, also a far better option when you don’t want to spend triple the price in buying the new product. Sometime swapping some defective parts on the logic board would make the iMac work back again. But it needs microsoldering which would cost almost the same as replacing a new one. If the damage seems to be a manufacturer’s defect, take an advantage on Apple warranty, but if the iMac is damaged resulting from overheating or lack of airflow, short circuit, and so on, the board needs a replacement. Do not worry if your iMac is out of warranty. Our certified technicians really don’t care what the situation is. They just want to provide you with efficient and best service in your iMac’s repair in Dallas also keeping in mind; the best deal.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

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iMac Hard Disk Drive Upgrade or Replacement:

iMac is all-in-one PC which means that it is a heavy device, both weight and performance wise. The heat it produces when it is running is expelled out by one or the other means. But if the iMac is trapped with dirt inside the sleek aluminium housing, heat gets trapped in there which leads to Hard drive Failure. To avoid these situations, iMacs should be cleaned regularly. The  storage mass Hard Disk Drive (HDD) that comes with the iMacs can be upgraded to Solid State Drive (SSD). SSDs are made up of interconnected Flash memory chips that transports the the commands that you want your iMac to do, to the flash memory chip on superfast interconnect that streams datas in few microseconds which allows all the applications to load up and start up operating system faster. If the SSD is ageing or if it is not functioning properly, these are the warning signs it might show: frequent crashes or freezes while booting up, question mark folder sign “?” while booting, slowing iMac, disappearing files and folders, blue screen and many more. If you see these signs, upgrade your HDD to SSD which is also a great opportunity to increase size of the HDD and have some more storage with a faster iMac than before.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

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With efficient iMac hard drive upgrade solutions, we will help you to quickly replace your defective hard drive or you can simply upgrade to a larger hard drive. Common iMac failures where a hard drive upgrade is required include clicking hard drive, hard drive is not functioning properly, flashing folder with question mark, slow access or slow performance and other component level hard drive failures. We offer hard drives with different capacities including 80GB 7200 RPM SATA, 160GB 5400 RPM SATA, 250GB 5400 RPM SATA, 320GB 7200 RPM SATA, 500GB 5400 RPM SATA, 750GB 7200 RPM SATA, 500GB 7200 RPM SATA, 1TB 5400 RPM, 120GB Solid State Drive, 750GB Hybrid SSD/HD, 480GB Solid State Drive and 240GB Solid State Drive. All hard drive and SSD upgrade services we offer comes with a standard warranty.

Our certified technicians are also willing to help you out and turn around your MacBook Pro the same day if you need any HDD replacement or an upgrade to a faster SSD in your MacBook Pro.

iMac RAM Upgrade:

If you are experiencing subpar performance or very slow iMac while computing any tasks, you are getting the memory error notifications saying “low memory”, or “out of memory” or for instance files don’t open immediately when it is supposed to respond instantly when you click on any program you want to launch. Instead, it is taking forever to open. Sometimes, you are not able to run multiple programs at the same time, because it keeps on showing the spinning ball. Check your iMac of its usage of its memory by going into task manager. This will let you know the percentage of memory your iMac has been using. If you feel like it is not enough for your iMac, it can be upgraded in no time by our certified technicians without any hassle and in the same day.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

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iMac Fan and Heat Sink Replacement:

It’s ok for your iMac to be loud under load. If you play games or watch very high resolution video it’s normal for your iMac to be louder. But if this started to happen only recently – this is cause of concern. If your iMac was much quieter and getting progressively louder each day – you need to replace iMac fan as fast as you can.

The fans in your iMac runs all the time. The fan’s running shouldn’t be audible. Usually, you can hear the fans running when they are running in full speed. The reason why the fan runs really fast is when the air vents are blocked. A heatsink is a metal device that is used in iMac for radiating the heat away from the iMac as it generates large amount of heat when it runs. It is connected to one or two fans that lies across it. Therefore if the heat sink chip wears off and the fan goes bad, it adds up to collecting large amount of heat in the iMac which might result in a permanent damage on the iMac and your data. Give us a call at 469-654-3357 for free consultation.

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Usually, air is expelled from heat sources in modern iMac models using a ‘heat pipe’ system, which delivers the exhaust to the fan to be blown out through the cooling vents. A damaged or defective fan is a critical problem because everything in your iMac is packed together so tightly. An expensive laptop can become junk in just a few hours if your cooling system goes off. To stop that happening, our fan repair services are here.

Give us a call if your iMac often overheats, or the fan makes irregular noises or screeching sounds. We’ll get the rest done.

Our iMac fans replacement service is assured, like all of our other services. On any new parts that we install on your iMac has a manufacturers warranty depending on parts and service provided.


iMac Graphics card Replacement:

A Graphics card in a iMac operates the system by displaying the data of your iMac to the monitor. The signs of a failing GPU is random rebooting of iMac and may require a hard reset. You might also see a blue screen on the monitor. If you are seeing vertical lines or colourful lines on the screen, or sometimes you can even see a random green screen after watching a video, it could be an indication of the failing GPU. The poor performance of the iMac with the increased fan noise that indicates the ending lifespan of GPU. This is a very delicate job that requires work with the motherboard and not any technicians can do it. But at MacroGeeks, our certified technicians will be available to help you out during the office hours.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

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iMac Data Recovery Dallas:

Accidentally deleted important files from trash? It is easy to look up files if you deleted files and it is in your macOS trash. But if you deleted files even from the trash, then the process of searching a specific file is complicated and this is when you should turn to a software to recover the deleted items from macOS Trash.

When you lose access to your important files, and somehow your iMac has crashed, don’t panic. It’s important to trust the best professionals to get them back. Our experienced and professional data recovery service will provide you with the best chance of recovery. No Matter what your iMac has gone through, either it might be a decade old HDD and you want to retrieve datas from there, or any kind of issue you’re having and you are not able to backup the important datas from your iMac, we are here to help. Our data recovery Techs at MacroGeeks have decades of experience in retrieving datas from your personal or business servers, iMacs, laptops or any kind of iMac you have.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

iMac camera Replacement:

iMac are designed with a built in iSight cameras that can be used for audio calls using Facetime, making videos and clicking pictures. While trying to take pictures or using the facetime video call if the camera looks black, doesn’t seem like functioning properly, there are numerous reasons behind it. It could be mechanical and hardware problem or sometimes a software glitch can cause it to happen. If your iMac is not physically damaged but the skype does not work or the camera simply flips over showing a black screen when trying to use it, your iMac needs a camera replacement.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

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iMac stuck on Apple logo repair:

Apple iMacs have great performance, they have the best security options in terms of datas, applications and also has very convenient ways of restoring datas. Meanwhile it also has potential to crash frequently in lot of circumstances. In lot of cases, these minor crashes can be fixed without getting a professional help. By just restarting the iMac. If it is stuck in a ‘Boot loop’, it automatically denotes that it is a hardware issue. It could be software crash as well in some of the cases. But If you doubt on your HDD, back it up first then only attempt any further repair on your HDD. If it happened because of software crash, a new software has to be upgraded. Make sure your datas are all backed up in your icloud because in this process, you could potentially lose all your datas.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

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iMac Running Slow

So your iMac takes forever to startup? Do you see the beach ball every time you are trying to open something and it takes forever to load? You want to boost your iMac by downloading a third party app? Hold On before downloading another program and restart your Mac first to see if this helps with the speed.

Did it work? If not, then check your Activity Monitor to find out if there is any app that is taking over the power and memory of your iMac. For this, press Command + Space-bar at the same time and type Activity Monitor. Or you can go to Applications > Utilities > Activity Monitor.

Now, go to the CPU and Memory tabs. Check if there is any application that is using too much of the iMac CPU power. If there are any, close the app that’s eating your memory. Go to the app and quit it from the menu in order to close the application that is using too much of your memory.

If any of these software diagnostics does not help you out, then you might need further diagnostics related to the hardwares. You might want to make an appointment at MacroGeeks to let our professionals to take a look at it. Our certified technicians have had more than a decade of experience in fixing iMacs and can let you know the issue while you wait. Or if you want to make an appointment, you can always give us a call at 469-654-3557.

iMac Folders/Mails Disappearing on iMac

Many of our customers come in with the problem where they have their folders or their mails disappearing. Upon asked, we came to figure out that it would happen after an update. Or they would have some folders but empty on the inside. Some of the the causes for this issue can be:

  1. Malware or virus attack on your system.
  2. Deleted mailboxes unknowingly or intentionally.
  3. Improper configuration of the mail account.
  4. Bug entered during the upgrade process.

It is always a good idea to have a regular backup of all your files and folders in your iCloud or in an external drive. But if the folders that are missing are local “On My Mac” folders, they could still be on your Mac but not showing up. Otherwise they can be restored from Time Machine if you have had a backup before. Some of the solutions one can try to solve the issue are:

  1. Rebuilding Apple Mail Mailbox : Launch the Apple Mail application on your iMac. From the list of folders, select the folder that you wish to rebuild. Click the Mailbox menu followed by Rebuild. 
  2. Restoring Apple Mail Account : On your Mac Mail application scree, click the Mail menu and go to Preferences. In the pop-up window, select the Account option. Disable and Enable the account again and click on the Save button.
  3. Disable the Message Filter Option : Click the View menu on the Apple Mail application and locate the Enable Message Filter Heading and click on it. If this did not solve the issue, they next method.
  4. Re-sync the Mac Mail’s Inbox : Click on the Mailbox option and right click on the Mailbox. In the pop-up menu, select Synchronize option.

If the mail folders have disappeared after an update, one may try to rebuild and re-index the Apple Mail application. If this is not the appropriate solution to your problem, then please quit and re-open Mail. This might help sometimes as well to make the folder re-appear.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.


iMac Overheating Mac

iMacs are all-in-one desktop and is equipped with heavy processors. Heating of iMac is common as it has to run on a heavy processor. However, if your iMac is heating regularly or shutting down after getting overheated, then this could be a sign of a very serious problem. Some of the steps that you can take to solve as well as prevent your Mac from this issue are:

  1. Check the Temperature : There is no way you can tell a iMac’s heat by basic sensation. But there are plenty of applications that will track the internal temperature of the system. One of the applications are iStat Pro, which is a free app that offers basic temperature regulation and reporting.
  2. Take Practical Measures : You can always check if there is any coverage on the vents. If there is any dust stuck in it, then you can use compressed air to clear that out. Also avoid your iMac from direct sunlight.
  3. Check your Mac’s Fan : Check if your mac’s fan is making any strange noise. If so, unplug the power cable, reconnect it and press and hold D before the startup screen. Follow the instructions in order to do a built in diagnostic. This should pick up any problems with your fan.
  4. Check for Runaway Apps : Check for any apps that use up most of the CPU resources. For this, open Activity Monitor from Utilities. Choose All Processes. Click CPU > CPU Column. For those apps using 70%-90% of the CPU, but aren’t currently working on an important task, press Quit Process.
  5. Check Hard-Disk Drive Health : If you are having the overheating problem on a regular basis, we would recommend to go ahead and check for the hard-disk drive or the solid-state drive health before you lose all your stored data. There are some free online apps that would help you out to diagnose any problem however we would not recommend this as there are chances of getting bugs in your system while doing so. Bring it here at MacroGeeks and our certified technicians will help you figure out if this is the actual issue within couple of hours of diagnostics.
  6. Reset the SMC : This is the last resort. If any of the above solutions do not solve the issue, we recommend resetting the SMC by unplugging the power chord, holding the power button for 5 seconds, plug back the chord and hold the power button for another 5 seconds.

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If any of these self-diagnosis do not solve the issue, then we recommend bringing it to MacroGeeks for a quick diagnosis by our certified technicians and move forward accordingly. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

Kernel Panics on iMac

We have all been there when we first heard it, Kernel Panic. Sounds scary doesn’t it? Kernel Panic is simply an occurrence when your Mac keeps rebooting or restarting for no obvious reason. This is pretty much the same as the blue screen of death in Windows. You will have several messages on your screen saying you need to restart your iMac. When it happens it won’t happen that often and a basic restart should just do the work. But if it starts to occur too often, then it might be a symptom of a bad hardware which is serious and you might need the help of a certified tech for that.

In 90% of all the cases, software conflicts are to blame.

The first step should be to isolate hardware issues from software-related ones, or a combination of both, like when your RAM has turned off, while two apps are conflicting for memory.

Any further diagnosis requires more complicated experience with the internals of the iMac which at MacroGeeks, we have certified technicians who have more than a decade of experience in the same field. You can set an appointment anytime by giving a call at: 469-654-3357.

iMac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth not working

Can’t get online because of no network connections? Do not worry cause it might not be as complicated as you think. Sometimes all your devices connect to the same WiFi but our iMac won’t. It might not be as complicated issue as you might think it is and could be solved with just some basic self diagnostics.

  1. Check with your Broadband Provider: You should definitely check if the problem is at the provider’s end. There is not much you can do about it except for complaining – and you should absolutely do that.
  2. Reboot the Router: Sometimes the router might be the problem and a simple reboot would just fix the issue.
  3. Reboot your iMac: Just like rebooting your router, it is also a very good idea to reboot your iMac as well.
  4. Analyse the Wireless Environment: iMac can use Wireless Diagnostics to perform additional analysis. By pressing and holding Option key, you can choose Open Wireless Diagnostics from the Wi-Fi status menu.
  5. Check for Software Update: If you have a beta version of a macOS, you might be facing problems with your Wi-Fi. Check if the macOS is up to date and with the full version.
  6. Reset the NVRAM/PRAM and SMC: This could be a very good shot sometimes as it can fix various pieces of hardware not functioning correctly. For NVRAM reset, immediately after hearing the power up chime, press command + option + P + R keys all at once. And for SMC reset, unplug the power supply cable from the iMac and dry out the remaining power on the capacitor by pressing and holding the power button for 10 seconds.

If any of these do not work, then you might need some deeper diagnostics which includes hands on experiences with the more complex software configuration or with the logic board. Our certified technicians here at MacroGeeks are able to help you out with your iMac at any preferable time. To set an appointment, please give us a call at: 469-654-3357

iMac Virus Removal

We understand that security and safety of data as well as your iMac is essential for each user. Digital environment can sometimes be dangerous due to ransomware, viruses, and many other serious threats. When you own a premium computer like iMac, getting a right service provider become even more necessary. In some cases, late detection leads to data loss which can interrupt your work to a great extent. Presence of virus is difficult to identify. Usually, the iMac will perform poorly, or some software will stop working. To prevent such situation where you may lose data or even had to trash the equipment, MacroGeeks provides you state-of-art services for Mac Virus Removal support.

We offer protection from every type of malicious software

Our team has developed their methods with the help of latest technological advances. Following are the services which we offer to guard you:

  • Laptop and PC scan services
  • Virus detection and removal services
  • Configuration and security analysis
  • Identification of corrupt or infected data
  • Activation services for security settings such as firewall
  • Browser’s security settings
  • Best antivirus software for Mac
  • Blockage of pop-ups to stop suspicious activities
  • Mac malware scanner help
  • Antivirus installation help
  • Antivirus upgrade support
  • Antivirus installation or removal services

Our technicians have gained certification from Apple to deliver you the same standard of services. With the help of regular training, we make sure that our specialists stay updated. We recognize that risk will always be there in digital space, but we make sure you stay one step ahead of being simply secure and protected.

Symptoms of virus infection:

  • System becomes very slow and non-responsive
  • Unknown programs or applications are executed during start up
  • Email attachments with unknown extensions
  • Anti-virus program has stopped working
  • Windows cannot boot
  • Pop-ups and ads appear and you cannot stop them
  • Can’t install new anti-virus, programs or applications stop responding
  • Operating systems repeatedly restarts
  • iMac Memory errors
  • Pop up screens on the iMac demanding payment

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING ANY OF THE ABOVE SYMPTOMS…

Your iMac might be already infected by malicious software. It’s essential to keep your iMac secure from security threats and viruses. Switch off the iMac and disconnect it from the internet. Call 469-654-3557, Your local PC Doctor will erase any threatening software found and give you the preventative advise to stop it from reappearing. Call 469-654-3557 today to speak to one of our professionals here in macrogeeks who can best advise you on your problem.

iMac Liquid Damage Repair

You spill water or any other liquid on your iMac and the iMac died. Apple gave you a repair bill of $1000+ or even told you the iMac is not repairable. What now? iMac water damage is a common but very stressful issue, however, the fix is easier than you think! 

Liquid or water-damaged iMacs can be professionally repaired at a reasonable cost. Most customers leave our store paying between $450-$800, depending on their problem and the MacBook model. The degree of damage depends on how you handle the liquid spill. If you switch the iMac off immediately after the spill and never turn it on again, you pretty much guarantee your beloved iMac is repairable and at a much lower cost. Severe damage happens at the moment you turn on a liquid-damaged and then dried iMac.

After receiving your iMac, we will perform a diagnostic assessment and provide you with an obligation-free quotation. We will let you know what has been liquid-damaged and how much it costs to repair or replace. So you can make a decision based on the situation. From our experience of repairing hundreds of water-damaged MacBooks every year, the damages from likely to unlikely are in this order: logic board, keyboard, touchpad, battery, screen, and hard drive. So your data is quite safe as long as it is in a removable hard drive, be it an SSD or a conventional spinning hard drive.

We are a Mac repair specialist in Dallas with more than a decade of experience repairing water-damaged iMacs. We can fix your iMac for a fraction of Apple’s quoted price. Most water-damaged iMac computers are absolutely salvageable.

Remote Support Services

In today’s modern world the most secure and efficient way to receive technical computer support is through the Internet using remote IT support. We know that can be hard to believe with the media dramatising hacking and credit card fraud. But it’s true. If you still don’t believe us. Then how about listening to a few reasons why remote support is the best option for your iMac support needs.

The three main ways to receive iMac support these days include:

  • Mobile iMac technicians
  • Dropping your iMac off to a repair shop
  • Remote Support through the Internet.
What is Remote IT Support?

Now you know how useful a remote computer support service can be, let us tell you what you can use it for. If you can relate to the following:

  • You are too busy to wait for assistance
  • You regard you privacy highly
  • There are no tech support services local to your town
  • You prefer to monitor what your technician is doing

Our certified technicians at Macro Geeks can remotely assist you with a variety of tasks, including simple diagnostics, help with technical support, email support, booking an appointment at your convenience if you are not able to come to the store. Our tech support will assist you with app installation and removal, operating system updates, remove caches, protect your iMac from losing datas, fix internet problems, tune up iMac, viruses and malware removal, removing errors and pop-up messages, back ups, help with iPhone issues and freezes, software glitches and many other issues.

Examples of what can be fixed with remote support:
Computers & Laptops
  • Windows update errors
  • Email connection issues
  • Printer & scanner connection
  • Virus removal
  • PC performance issues
  • Data recovery & missing files
  • PC & Mac tutoring
  • Software configuration
  • File & printer sharing
Cloud & Networking
  • WiFi network configuration
  • Forgotten passwords
  • Office 365 for home
  • OneDrive, DropBox & Google Drive Configuration
  • Network printer setup (Scan to email)
  • Branded email server (Office 365 Business)
  • Server maintenance
  • WordPress website issues
  • Internet browsing issues

WHY US?

Benefits of opting for MacroGeeks

MacroGeeks has been providing Apple iMac MacBook Repair Services for Dallas area’s customers for over 10 years. Macro Geeks has certified and experienced technicians who are known to provide best customer service and outstanding repair services. we can assure that we have recovered almost all. From the iMac that has software /hardware issues, HP Laptop that has been crashed, or the Apple MacBook Pro that has shattered screen or needs any kind of upgrades or any laptops or computers that were totally formatted. If you have lost or deleted volume data, you should take our data recovery services that will help to recover your lost datas.Our Data Recovery Services Provides Options for all Hard drive Brands like: Western Digital®, Seagate®, Toshiba®, Hitachi®, San-disk®, Sony®, Kingston®, Transcend®, Samsung®, Mushkin®, Apple®, Hp®, ADATA®, Buffalo Technology®, Quantum Corporation®, Maxtor®, LaCie® and many more.

Our focus is on presenting you with a delightful experience so that you can trust us completely. Customers get loyal to those service provider who offers quality with affordable price. We promise to deliver budget-friendly solutions with efficiency. The following are the perks which who will get if we become your choice for virus removal:

  • Trustable and reliable
  • Online Chat, Call and Email help
  • Instant response
  • Complete professionals support
  • Cost-effective services
  • Onsite remote support
  • Guaranteed resolutions
  • Usage of latest antivirus tools

To know what is bothering your iMac, call our expert today as help is just a call away.

FAQ


Q: How much does Apple charge to change iMac’s screen ?
A:  An average screen replacement cost in Apple store depends after you pay a service fee for diagnostics. If your initial warranty has expired and you do not have Applecare, it could be a little expensive.

Q: My Mac’s startup desk is nearly full, can you fix this?

A: Yes. We can clean up your hard drive and free up some space depending on your situation. As the prices of SSD drives drop, a better solution is to migrate all your data and applications to a bigger, faster and more reliable SSD drive. You have options to choose the SSD drive capacity suitable for your needs and budget.

Q: How long will the repair take?

A: We offer two levels of service, emergency 24hr or 2-3 working day repair. If you opt for the emergency service and it is delayed past 24hrs, then your service will be downgraded to the standard service cost.

Q: What laptops do you repair?

A: Our team of experienced engineers can repair all makes and models of laptops providing a quick and economic service for your laptop computing needs.
Our approved network of suppliers ensures all parts are widely available and costs are kept to a minimum. At every stage of your laptop repair, we will inform you of the current progress and whether or not any additional parts or costs will be required.

Q: How do i Fix the blue screen on my iMac?

A : Whenever you see a blue screen on your iMac, start by disconnecting the power cable and any accessories that are connected to it. Now restart your device in a safe mode. The blue screen of death on your monitor could be because of hardware issues such as any hardware that is running beyond its limit, if the device is overheated, bad RAM or the main cause is Power supply issues.

Q: I see pixels popping and green dots on my iMac. What is it and is it fixable?

A: The pixels popping, green dots, lines on screen are the signs of bad graphics cards. Yes, it is fixable. The graphics card sometimes wears off eventually and stops working, so it needs to be replaced.

Q: How to remove firmware password on my iMac?

A: Turn off your device then turn it on. Hold command+R keys until you see utilities screen. click utilities, select Firmware password utility, Turn on Firmware password, set up a new password then restart.

Q: I have spilled water on my MacBook and now it won’t start, can you fix?

A: ßYes. The electronic components such as resistors and capacitors on the Mac logic board will be corroded after in touch with liquid. We will replace the faulty chips with new ones. This is called component-level repair, the highest level of Mac repair. The repair can be done in 2 days. This is the most economical way to get your Mac back to work again.

Q: How do i Fix this spinning ball and slow computer?

A:  when the cursor turns to the spinning ball, while using any program, force quit that program pressing command+option+Esc. sometimes if that does not work,Restart your iMac. if still it gives you error message, hold power button and force shutdown.

Q: Does Mac have built in antivirus or do we need to install any antivirus?
A:  Your iMac has a built-in Antivirus. but sometimes Macs are not immune to some malwares so to secure your device even further, Antivirus can be installed.

Q: My iMac is running too slow, can it be upgraded?

A:  Yes, iMacs can be upgraded in terms of software and Hardware. The software upgrade always helps the datas to be safe as well as Hard drive upgrades helps for the same as well as it improves device’s performance.

Q: Can I upgrade my MacBook SSD drive?

A: You can upgrade the SSD drive if your MacBook has a removable drive. These models include MacBook Pro A1708, A1398, A1502, A1425 and MacBook Air A1466, A1465, A1370, A1369. All MacBook with SSD chips soldered on the logic board cannot be upgraded. These models include MacBook Pro A2289, A2251, A2159, A2141,A1990, A1989, A1707, A1706, MacBook Air A2179, A1932 and 12″ MacBook A1534. You can find the model number on the back case.


What Customers Say About Us:


Mary Kneese ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Visited this store for the first time and turned out to be a great. The store itself will please you like you are in apple apple. I had a cracked screen phone and they fixed it within 30 min at very reasonable cost.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff made me feel secure that I was at right place. Definitely recommend everyone.

 

Samantha Blaire ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Excellent service, friendly and professional. I needed my Mac battery replaced early Sunday evening and they were able to help me the same day. Quicker and cheaper than dealing with the Apple Store!




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We would be happy to help you at any time. You can set your appointment by contacting us directly via cellphone at 469-654-3357.

Or you can fill out the appointment submission form below with a brief explanation of your device’s problem. One of your technicians will be in touch with you regarding the appointment; as to your preference via either email or by phone (also mention in the ‘Notes’ section please).

MACRO GEEKS |

7989 BeltLine Rd . Dallas 75248 .


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