MacBook startup or power issues repair Dallas

Are you having Macbook startup or power issues? Does your computer not turn on no matter how you try turning it on? Does your Macbook have a hard time charging or doesn’t charge at all? Don’t worry MacFixDallas can help you repair startup or power issues on your Macbook. The expert technician at MacFixDallas provides MacBook startup or power issue repair service to all kinds of Macbook laptops including MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook pro. MacFixDallas not only provides MacBook services only, but we also provide services other various for iMac, Mac, HP, Lenovo, Dell, and so on.

Starup and Power issues is one the most annoying issues we may get in Macbook. Startup issues may include: Question Mark folder sign screen issue, Apple logo stuck screen issue and so on. It is very frustrating when your MacBook doesn’t work when you need it the most.

Why your Macbook isnot turning on?

  • Hard drive failure
  • Faulty Charger
  • Charging port issue
  • Liquid damage
  • Logic board failure
  • Faulty programs
  • and so on

This, Macbook startup and power issue can be fixed. Applecertified technicians at MacFixDallas, realizes that devices are very important to our clients. So, try to give your device efficient and affordable services. We will diagnose what is causing this issue and fix it for you.

We Can repair startup or power issues of your MacBook

We have expert technicians who have specialized in fixing apple products. We can help you repair the startup or power issue of your Macbook. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment with our certified tech or stop by our office

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We provide startup or power issues repair to all models of Macbook including 2015 MacBook, 2014 MacBook, 2013 MacBook, 2012 MacBook, 2011 MacBook, 2010 MacBook, 2016 MacBook, 2017 MacBook, 2018, MacBook 2019, MacBook 2020, Retina 12 inch Macbook, One USB-C Macbook, Unibody 13 inch Macbook Pro, Unibody 15 inch Macbook Pro, Retina 13 inch Macbook Pro, Retina 15 inch Macbook Pro, Touch Bar 13 inch Macbook Pro, Touch Bar 15 inch Macbook Pro,A1534, A1342, A1181, A1278, A1989, A1990, A1707, A1706, A1708, A1502, A1398, A1425, A1278, A1286, A1297, A1260, A1261, A1229, A1226, A1211, A1212, A1150, A1151, A1932, A1466, A1465, A1369, A1370, A1304, A1237, A1989, A1990, A2179

Services Apple MacBook Near Dallas

MacFixDallas is a tech company that provides repair, upgrade and consulting services for any hardware or software related issue with your tech. Our certified technicians have experience in working with all devices including iMac, MacBook, Mac mini, Mac Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Windows laptop, desktop computers, NAS, Exchange servers and many more devices. Give us a call today regarding your tech related problem and we can help you get it resolved.

We serve clients from all over Dallas including Dallas Downtown, Dallas Uptown, North Dallas, Highland Park Dallas, Westlake Dallas, Southlake Dallas, University Park Dallas, Flower Mound Dallas, Preston hollow Dallas, Arts District Dallas, Reunion District Dallas, Lewisville, McKinney, Allen, Garland, Grapevine, Denton, Little Elm, Farmers Branch, Carrolton, Richardson, Flowermound, etc. 

We also cover zip code including Dallas 75219, Dallas 75205, Dallas 75225, Dallas 75209, Dallas 75209, Dallas 75230, Dallas 75201, Dallas 75254, Dallas 75203, Dallas 75214, Dallas 75220, Dallas 75077, Dallas 75019, Dallas 75082, Dallas 76092, Dallas 75094, Dallas 75028, Dallas 75013, Dallas 75225, Dallas 75022, Dallas 75207, Dallas 75247, Dallas 75235, Dallas 75220.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Q. How do I fix a Mac startup problem?
A. If you are having startup issue on your Macbook then, You can contact apple certiefied technicians at MacFixDallas regarding this problem and we will help you fix it.

Q. Why does my Mac keep restarting because of a problem?
A. Sometimes this may happen due to a faulty program or files and folders. Get rid of the faulty program or you can also contact us at MacFixDallas.

Q. How do I fix a corrupted hard drive, Mac?
A. Along with startup issue repair, MacFixDallas also provides corrupt files and folder repair service. Contact MacFixDallas to fix this issue.

Q. How do I fix a stuck MacBook loading screen?
A. You can contact MacFixDallas regarding this issue and we will help you diagnose and fix this issue for you. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment with our certified tech or stop by our office

Q. How do I boot my Mac into recovery mode?
A. You can boot into recovery mode by following these steps: Restart Your Mac>Recovery Mode(Command + R)

Q. Why does my Mac Pro keep crashing?
A. Macbook pro may be crashing due to the following reasons:

  • Faulty program
  • Extensive use
  • Low power
  • Viruses

Q. How do you hard reset a MacBook pro?
A. You can follow these steps to hardreset a Macook pro: Restart Your Mac>Recovery Mode(Command + R) > Erase data> Reinstall Macos. You can also contact apple certified technicians at MacFixDallas.

Q. What causes Mac hard drive failure?
A. Some of the sauses of mac hard drive failure are:

  • Extensive use
  • Liquid damage
  • Dust and dirt
  • Huge impact on the computer
  • Heat and shock

Q. How do I fix my MacBook Pro randomly shutting down?
A. You can contact MacFixDallas about this issue and we will help you diagnose what is causing it and fix it for you.

Q. Wihy will my Mac not turn on?
A. Some of the reasons your Mac may not turn on are:

  • No charge
  • Hard drive failure
  • Logic board failure
  • Internal hardware issues
  • Poor connection

Q. How do I fix my MacBook Pro from crashing?
A. You can contact experts here at MacFixDallas. Without diagnosing what is causing this crash we cannot say how to fix it.

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