The Macbook Air is the smaller sleeker cousin to the Macbook. Our team has years of experience with Macbook Air repairs, and we’ll get your computer back up and running as soon as possible. Whether your computer is having trouble holding charge, has suffered water damage, or any other problem, bring it in today for a free diagnostic. Our team is here to help. Common problems we see include:
Computer Won’t Turn on And Power Supply Issues
Computers failing to boot are a common problem we see. This can be the result of a number of problems including power supply trouble, memory failure, or corrupted Mac OS. If your computer will not turn on, come to one of our shops today for a free diagnostic. We’ll get to the root of your problem and get your computer back up and running as soon as possible.
When Macbook Air’s will not turn on, it is often because the computer is not successfully accepting power. If this is your case, we can get you setup with a new charger or replace the battery, depending on the root of your computer’s problem. Problems with the charging port on the Motherboard is another common issue, and our team of specialists can help you in this situation as well.
Macbook Airs also get stuck in a boot loop from time to time. This is when your computer will partially turn on, but get stuck at some point in the boot up process. A corrupted Mac OS or memory failure is often the root of the problem. If this is the case, our team will restore and replace the necessary components. We also offer comprehensive data recovery services so you will not lose your important files!
At GoEBITS, we are experts in screen repair. When it comes to screen repairs, oftentimes only one component of the screen is broken, such as the glass or the LCD. A few common problems with your screen include:
- Physical damage to the LCD or Class
- Damaged connector hardware
- Problems with display drivers
- Issues with the motherboard
If your computer has one of the above issues, or any other problems related to a cracked screen, we’re here to help. Our mac specialists are experts in Macbook air screen replacement, macbook pro screen replacement, macbook screen replacement, or iMac screen replacement. Contact us or drop by today so we can identify the root of your problem and get your Macbook Air up and running!
Hard Drive Repair
Your computer’s hard drive is its central storage unit where your valuable data is stored. Hard drives can often be the first thing to go on computers, as they typically last for about 1,000 hours. If your hard drive is starting to decline, it may show signs such as running slowly, freezing, or even making sounds. Come by our store today to avoid losing valuable files and keep your computer up and running! When it comes to hard drive repairs, our plan of action typically includes:
- Repairing or often replacing hard drives
- Recovering files from old hard drives to avoid losing data
- Upgrading to a solid state drive (SSD) if you are interested in increased,
- longer lasting storage
Computer work is often accompanied by water bottles, coffee cups, and other sources of liquid. If you have had an accidental spill on or around your Macbook Air, we’ll do our best to repair the damage. Make sure to turn your computer off, and be sure not to power it back on until our Mac specialist technicians can take a look and assess the liquid or water damage. Remember, the more it is left on after a spill, the worse the corrosion damage can get!
The Motherboard (also known as the Logic Board) is the central computing system within your Macbook Air. It enables all process to take place and directs signals within your computer. There are a range of problems that can happen within the motherboard, and they manifest themselves in different ways. We will need to run a full diagnostic to determine the root of the problem. Bring your mac computer in for a fast and free diagnostic!
Motherboard damage can be a result of dropping or trauma to your computer, spills and water damage, as well as general wear and tear. Because motherboard repair can be complex, these types of repairs typically take between 3-5 days. If your computer isn’t running properly, bring it in ASAP so we can get it back up and running.