This is a great tip that we are sharing with owners of old Apple Mac computer who has forgotten firmware password on older Apple iMac (2009 models or older). If your Apple iMac powers on and shows a padlock icon asking for password, it has firmware password lock on it. You can remove this firmware
Apple devices are known for their design and their high prices. As a result, many Mac users seek to repair their Apple products rather than paying the price of replacing them. While Apple Macs have a limited lifespan, there are 3 common repairs that are simple fixes that can keep them going the extra mile.
In this article, we will address issue of Apple iMac fan noise running constantly at full speed after hard drive replacement or hard drive upgrade. If your Apple iMac computer has hard drive replaced or upgraded recently and you notice that the computer fan is noisy at all time, the fan appears to be running
To ensure that your Apple Mac stays working at optimum capacity it does need to be regularly maintained. Even though Macs are hardy and are one of the best computers on the market, they are not immune to security threats and computer bugs. Investigate Any Errors If your Mac crashes or has any system
For many years, Microsoft has enjoyed its dominance in personal computer market. Majority of personal computer operating system was Windows. PC manufacturers have been installing Microsoft Windows on their computers. But this all changed since the days Apple computers took its turn and became one of the most popular computer brands. You can't help but notice
Upgrading to Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite was released on the 16th October 2014. The new OS by Apple comes with a number of new features and a complete redesign of the operating system layout. Being a computer enthusiast, I use both Windows and Mac. I like both. Even though
Have you ever wondered how or why your computer broke down?, or maybe you just can't understand why it crashed for no reason? Usually some components or parts inside the computer have gone faulty. It might be manufacturing faults, over-heating, blown capacitors, burnt chip, or simply worn out components. The facts is that
Reported Problems: One of the biggest challenges we have ever done! An Apple MacBook Pro 13 inch A1278 year 2011 laptop was booked in for repairs. The laptop was soaked with water (lots of water, inside a bag) and was no longer booting up. The Repairs: This laptop may have suffered multiple water damages. The
Reported Problems: An Apple MacBook Pro 15 inch A1121 Laptop was booked in with over-heating and noisy fan problem. One of the laptop’s fans appears to have weakened and making noise. The Repairs: Let’s first remove the laptop’s keyboard and touchpad units and have a look inside. The 2 fans were removed from
Reported Problems: An Apple MacBook Air laptop was booked in with keyboard problem. Owner of the laptop spilled water onto the keyboard of the Mac, since then the keyboard didn’t work properly. Random letters came up when typing. The laptop booted up straight into Safe Boot as if Shift key was engaged.