With over 20 years of combined experience performing Mac repairs, you can rest assured knowing your Mac is the best possible hands. There is no need to make an appointment, stand in line or ship your computer out of state. At Dayton PC Repair you’ll get immediate attention. It’s important to know that Macs require a different set of skills and tools to professionally repair. We’ve seen too many poor Mac’s destroyed by in-experienced PC repair shops claiming to offer Mac services.
All new Macintosh computers can run the Windows operating system and software. Three of the most common ways are: BootCamp, Parallels or VMWare. Our support staff can assist you in enabling this for your computer. You can then run all your previous Windows-only applications, so you have zero compatibility issues. You have to see it to believe it.
Cracked screens are becoming a big problem with new laptops as the manufactures are making thinner lids that don’t provide any structure to protect the LCD/LED. We can not give prices without seeing your laptop. Many things affect price such as, finish (glossy or satin), ratio (widescreen or not), brand, and age.
Store more music, photos, videos and files with a new hard drive upgrade. If your current drive is slow or clicking, a new hard drive can restore functionality to your Mac. Pricing Includes: Installation of the new drive and transfer of your data. If your current drive is failing, a new operating system is installed. Data recovery can be added at a discounted rate.
Work, Play & Surf Faster! Nothing increases the performance of your Mac like a memory upgrade. More memory increases overall machine speed and allows for faster video rendering, photo viewing and application performance. Take advantage of our discounted memory upgrades if your Mac is already in our facility for another repair.
If your MacBook won’t Charge you may need our DC-in Port Replacement. The DC-in port (MagSafe port) charges your MacBook Pro’s battery and powers your Mac from a wall socket. Replace a damaged or non-functioning port with a new DC-in port.