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MacBook and Apple Computer Repair

You might need a nerd if…

  • Your MacBook is running slowly or crashes regularly
  • You want to upgrade your MacBook’s RAM
  • The image on the screen is dark or won’t display at all
  • Your MacBook WiFi isn’t working
  • Your MacBook’s USB port has something stuck in it
  • You MacBook won’t power on at all
  • You want to install software to protect your MacBook against theft
MacBook The only thing cooler than an iMac desktop is a MacBook computer. After all, why be stationary when you can take your Mac with you wherever you go?   But, as you use your MacBook more and more, components can wear out, leaving you with a MacBook that just won’t work anymore. Maybe there is no image on the screen when you boot up, your WiFi won’t connect at the local coffee shop or anywhere else, or your MacBook won’t power on. Whatever the problem, being without a working computer can be aggravating.   But there’s no need to worry. We’ve got your MacBook repair issue covered here at Nerds on Call. Just dial 1-800-919-6373 and tell us what your MacBook is doing. You can also contact us by filling out our contact form.   Here are some of the MacBook repair services we offer.

MacBook hardware repair

Have you dropped your MacBook and cracked the screen, broken the USB port, or spilled a drink on your keyboard? These are MacBook hardware problems. Some hardware problems are also caused by normal wear and tear. A hard drive may become corrupted, a RAM stick may burn out, or your LCD may just stop working. Regardless of the cause, a hardware problem exists anytime a physical component is not working correctly.  MacBook Air Whatever your particular hardware problem is, we can fix it. We can replace broken USB ports, shattered screens, keyboards that stick, burnt out RAM sticks, hard drives that don’t spin, and other hardware problems. Read our full page on MacBook hardware repair to find out more.

MacBook software troubleshooting

Have a problem with an app that just won’t work? Seeing that dreaded beach ball icon that just keeps spinning and never goes away? Nerds can troubleshoot and fix MacBook software problems. If a routine update fails to fix your software problem, we know how to test your apps multiple ways to get to the root of the problem!  Spinning beach ball circle of death Whatever MacBook software problem you are experiencing, we are here to help.

MacBook protection software

It used to be true that Macs and MacBooks were more secure from viruses than Windows PCs. But over the past few years, more and more computer viruses have been discovered that target Macs. Because of this problem, it pays to protect yourself. computer virus We use Webroot Antivirus to monitor your computer and detect suspicious files before they do any damage to your system. If your MacBook has already been infected with something that can’t be deleted through a normal anti-virus program, we've got the know-how to remove it manually. Read our guide to MacBook protection software for more info.

MacBook Tuneup

If you’ve got an old MacBook that just isn’t running the way it used to, it may just need a tuneup. Here are some of the things we can do to speed up an old MacBook:
  • Remove viruses and spyware
  • Update all software
  • Clean your browser’s history, cookies, cache, and other junk files
  • Eliminate unused browser extensions
  • Install an adblocker to stop intrusive pop-ups
  • Remove unused widgets
  • Stop unwanted programs from loading on startup
MacBook Tuneup Read our full page on MacBook tuneup for more information about this service.

Nerds on Call can repair your MacBook

Whether you are dealing with a slow or crashing MacBook, no power, bad RAM, or some other issue, we can repair it at Nerds on Call. Just give us call at 1-800-919-6373 or fill out our contact form.  

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Questions nerds often hear about MacBook and Apple Computer Repair

Why does my MacBook keep shutting off?

MacBooks often shut off because they are overheating. It could also be caused by corrupted memory or a virus.

Why does my MacBook keep giving me errors and crashing?

Errors/crashes can be caused by a number of problems, including damage to a section of the hard drive, a bad RAM stick, or malware.