Computer Repair - Richmond, VA
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Same Day PC + Mac repair for your Home or Office

Get your computer fixed today from the comfort of your own home

We provide on-site PC or Mac computer repair in the Richmond, VA for your home or business. We can fix and upgrade all Apple and PC models such as IMAC, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, laptops, desktops, notebooks on all Windows and Mac Os operating platforms.

Our technicians are fully certified and can diagnose and repair a variety of computer problems ranging from slow start-up, virus infection, hard drive failure or networking issues. We have the resources and technical expertise to overcome any IT challenges that you may have.
Our objective is to get your PC or Mac fixed with a minimal amount of inconvenience or downtime.

Your Satisfaction is 100% Guaranteed.

  • Get computer help the same day in many cases
  • Complimentary pick up and drop off
  • No need to unplug anything
  • Certified technician come directly to your door
  • Data backup and restore (when possible)
  • 24/7 emergency repair and support
  • We service all major brands and models
  • Fast Turn around
  • Remote support available
  • 30 day parts and labor warranty


On-demand PC + Mac / Apple computer repair and I.T Support for home or business near Richmond, VA

One call is all it takes
Our computer repair technicians are always near you and ready to assist in a moments notice. We provide same day service in most cases, so you never have to wait more then a few hours to get your computer running again. We'll come to your home or place of business and fix the problem right then and there for you. No need to move or unplug anything. We deliver fast and convenient service without sacrificing quality.

Worried about the cost!
Our technician will provide you with an estimated cost before starting the work, there is no hidden charges or fees to worry about.

Are you ready to get your computer fixed?

Call or text 804-347-6647 to schedule your repair TODAY!

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Give your Mac devices a speed boost


Are you frustrated with your Mac computer because of a slow hard drive?

Owners of older MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and iMacs may look at the newer MacBook and Mac Pro with a tinge of envy, especially if their Macs uses the older mechanical hard drive. Replacing that old drive with a Solid State Drive makes for a relatively sensible upgrade, offering up to 10x faster access to applications and files.

Upgrading your hard drive can greatly improve the speed of your computer in many ways. Perhaps the most drastic change users notice is the improved time it takes the computer to reach the login screen. Booting the system can be up to 65% faster when using an SSD as compared to using the older standard hard drives. Surfing the web can also be faster by up to 10%.

Upgrading to an SSD could give your Mac or MacBook a new lease of life, but at the same time it seems like a daunting task. The speed boost an SSD provides over a mechanical hard drive is certainly worth the effort, with data transfers taking place at multiple time the speed of a mechanical spinning drive.

Bring new life to your Mac computer by investing in an SSD upgrade!

If you are not sure if upgrading your hard drive to a Solid State Drive is right for you? Call our technicians today to find out more. Our experienced techs are available to answer all of your hard drive and SSD related questions today.


Are you locked out of your Mac?

One of the easiest way to get back in again is to reset your password using the built in password reset tool that apple provides with all their operating systems. first of all You'll need to reboot your MacBook into Recovery Mode.

Step By Step instructions

Step 1 turn off your Mac.

Step 2 with your Mac turned off, press and hold the Command and R keys on your keyboard, then press the power button. Hold in Command+R until you see a progress bar below the Apple logo.

Step 3 with your Mac now in Recovery Mode, click on Utilities in the menu bar followed by Terminal. A new window will show up. Type "resetpassword" without the quotes, and press Return.

The Reset Password tool should now be displayed on your screen with the list of all you Mac user accounts. To reset the password for your account, you'll need to set a new password for all users.

If you have turned on FileVault encryption on your Mac during the initial setup, you have two additional options to reset your user password. The first option is to wait for one minute on the user login screen for a prompt to instruct you to restart your computer into recovery mode. Follow the instruction on your screen after which you should see a reset password window.

Option number two is to use the Recovery Key that you should have written down when you enabled FileVault during the initial setup, make sure to use upper case letter and hyphen when required.


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