Mac Pro Repair
If your Mac Pro is slow, we can upgrade it with an SSD or more RAM memory.
But you can also come to us for worse issues, like a Mac Pro that won’t power on at all. Or maybe it will power on, but won’t start up fully.
We don’t get as many Mac Pros in as the other models from Apple, simply because there are so much less of them in use nowadays.
Nevertheless we do specialize in the older models built between 2006 and 2012.
Give us a ring or send us an email and we’ll gladly help you out!
Read below for a couple of common repairs.
Upgrade to SSD (Solid State Drive)
Most Mac Pro’s still contain the old conventional rotational hard drives.
Those drives are built with older technology whereby spinning platters are written to by a head. This head has to move back and forth and this can cause wear. Bad sectors on the drive come in to play, and over time, your drive will become slower and eventually die.
We’ll replace your hard drive for an SSD, giving you professional read- and write- speeds of 5-fold up to 10-fold faster (using PCIe-SSDs).
Besides that, we’ll do Data Recovery if necessary and migrate all your files over to the new drives.
RAM or CPU upgrades
The memory (RAM) in your Mac Pro can be upgraded in most cases.
This is an especially smart upgrade if you’re working with heavier (bigger) software, such as most image-processing software from, for example Adobe, or when you’re using audio editing software. But it can also be useful if you’re likely to have a lot of different Apps open at the same time.
The motherboard (more specifically, the CPU tray) in some Mac Pros can be upgraded with a firmware-upgrade and a different type of CPU, so that it is equal to a newer Mac Pro.
Contact us and ask for the possibilities for your specific model of Mac Pro.
Mac Pro won’t turn on
You press the power-button and……nothing happens!
Oftentimes, there is something wrong with the power supply in your Mac Pro.
We replace power supplies for all types of Mac Pro, so we can help you get up and running in no time.
In some cases, the power supply is still functional, but there is something wrong with your motherboard (Logic Board or Backplane Board).
In all cases, you’ve come to the right place to have your Mac Pro fixed.
ContactRegister a repair or ask a question. Contact us immediately
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