iMac Apple Logo Stuck Repair Plano

Need to get your iMac repaired near Plano? Is your iMac stuck on Apple logo loading bar? Does it take a long time for your iMac to boot? Does your iMac restart after Apple logo bar loads? It is safe to say that you are having issues with getting inside your iMac. This issue could be a result of firmware update, corrupted macOS, harmed hard drive or SSD or connection issue on iMac. Try not to stress, we manage fixing all issues with iMacs both programming and equipment related. We give business backing and home administrations for all service areas in Plano Texas so you can simply call us to plan a meeting with a tech to come at your helpful area and get your iMac issues settled.

We work on all models of iMac Retina and Non-Retina models including 2020 iMac 5K Retina Display, 2020 iMac 4K Retina Display, 2019 iMac 4K 21.5-inch Retina Display, 2017 iMac Pro 5K Retina Display (A1862), 2019 iMac 21.5-inch 4K Retina Display i3,  A2116), 2019 iMac 5K  Retina Display i5 & i9 (A2115), 2017 iMac  5K Retina Display (A1419), 2015 iMac  5K Retina Display  (A1419), 2014 iMac  5K Retina Display  (A1419), 2013 iMac  display  (A1419), 2012 iMac  display (A1419), 2017 iMac 21.5-inch 4K Retina Display (A1418), 2015 iMac 21.5-inch 4K Retina Display  (A1418), 2013 iMac 21.5-inch Display (A1418), 2012 iMac 21.5-inch Display  (A1418), (2009-2011) iMac  display Core 2 Duo, i3,  (A1312), (2009-2011) iMac 21.5-inch Core 2 Duo, i3, (A1311).

Expert iMac Apple Repair Service Plano

Some of the services we provide for troubleshooting your iMac being stuck on Apple logo include

  • iMac software update apple logo stuck repair Plano
  • iMac firmware issues apple logo stuck repair Plano
  • iMac corrupt macOS apple logo stuck repair Plano
  • iMac apple logo stuck not booting repair Plano
  • iMac apple logo bar stuck restarting repair Plano
  • iMac apple logo stuck full storage repair Plano
  • iMac apple logo stuck incompatible OS repair Plano
  • iMac apple logo stuck storage issue repair Plano
  • iMac apple logo stuck virus removal Plano
  • iMac apple logo stuck kernel panic repair Plano
  • iMac black screen apple logo bar stuck repair Plano

Troubleshooting Steps: How To Repair iMac Stuck On Apple Logo

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If the iMac is stuck on the Apple logo and does not load, you might either have a software problem or a hardware related problem. Because of corrupt macOS or corrupt startup applications or other software-related issues, your iMac could be stuck on the Apple Logo or hardware-related issues such as failing or malfunctioning hard drive or defective graphics card, loose connection, motherboard issues ,etc. If the Apple logo is stuck on your iMac and you need to address problems with iMac software, follow these steps.

  • Make sure to switch your iMac off first and then boot it into Safe Mode.
  • To boot into safe mode: Restart the iMac by pressing the shift key until the Apple logo appears.
  • Use your Username or Password to log into Safe mode.
  • You should try rebooting the iMac after logging into Safe Mode. It could fix your iMac Apple Logo problem.
  • Then try NVRAM Reset if it has not been resolved.
  • For NVRAM Reset: Press the power button to turn off the iMac. Switch off your iMac for at least 10 seconds. To reset the NVRAM hold the Command, Option, P and R keys simultaneously and turn on the iMac and keep holding the keyboard keys until you hear three chimes coming from the iMac. This will reset the NVRAM.

When You Need Our iMac Apple Logo Stuck Fix Service In Plano?

iMac macOS Install and Configuration Service Plano

Software Update Stuck on Apple Logo iMac Repair Plano

Did you upgrade your iMac to the latest macOS and your iMac is stuck on the bar loading screen of the Apple logo? Is your iMac not booting past the iMac apple logo screen? Often, if your iMac is an older generation model or if your iMac firmware is outdated, you might have this Apple logo being stuck issue. If it is a software related question, the problem could be solved by reinstalling the macOS or upgrading the firmware and downgrading your macOS. If you have issues configuring macOS, the trained techs at iCertifiedGeek are here to assist you.

iMac Virus Infection Apple Logo Stuck Repair Plano

You can often get stuck on the loading bar of the Apple logo or random pop-ups on your iMac screen that say the user profile is corrupt or contact Apple to restore your iMac. If you see such errors, then it is possible that viruses or malware will infect your iMac and your information will be compromised. Don’t worry, that’s why iCertifiedGeek virus removal experts are here to support. We have extensive iMac repair solutions for all iMac related problems in Dallas.

iMac HDD Upgrade and Replacement Plano

iMac Hard Drive Failure Apple Logo Stuck Repair Plano

If your iMac is stuck on the Apple logo for a long time and the performance of your iMac is very slow, your iMac can have problems with your hard drive or storage failure. If your iMac storage is nearly complete or you have any bad sectors on your hard drive, it may be important to backup the data and get it replaced. If not replaced, once the hard drive gets completely destroyed, you might end up losing all your data from your iMac. It’s also a good indication that you need to check your hard drive health and maybe get it replaced to fix iMac stuck on the Apple logo. iCertifiedGeek will help repair or upgrade the hard drive of your iMac and move the data to the new hard drive from your hard drive.

iMac Flashing Folder Repair Plano

iMac ? Folder or Apple Logo Stuck Repair Plano

You would have trouble with your iMac macOS if your iMac shows a blinking question mark folder or is stuck on the Apple logo. This could be due to an unsupported or corrupt hard drive malfunction or macOS, or it could be due to iMac firmware problems. We provide full diagnostic service on your iMac here at iCertifiedGeek and isolate where the issue comes from and provide you with the best solution for your iMac stuck on the apple logo.

iMac Backup and Data Recovery Service Plano

iMac Apple Logo Stuck Data Backup Service Plano

Do you need to backup and restore your iMac data after the Apple logo is stuck on it? How important your data is, we understand. Often, it may be worth it to just have the data backed up and restored, rather than repairing your iMac. In that scenario, when your iMac gets stuck on the Apple logo, we can prioritize data backup and after the backup process is complete, we can switch to repair your iMac getting stuck on the Apple logo. Let iCertifiedGeek experts backup your iMac data for you.

Why Choose Our iMac Apple Logo Stuck Repair Services In Plano


NO HIDDEN FEES

There are no hidden fees for our iMac Repair Services In Plano. We will tell you the price before we start the repair on your iMac. We won’t charge you for further repairs if we can’t repair, upgrade or troubleshoot your issues with your iMac.

FAST TURNAROUND TIME

We have a track record for performing fast repair services for iMac repairs. Our sole purpose is to eliminate long periods of repair time and that is why we have an arsenal of iMac repair parts for almost all models so we can provide our customers with faster repair turnaround time.

CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL & AFFORDABLE SERVICE

Our repair technicians are certified experts with several years of experience in fixing all software and hardware related issues on all Retina and Non-Retina iMac models and provide services at an affordable cost.

NO APPOINTMENTS NEEDED, WALK-INS WELCOME

No need to wait days in Plano to get an appointment and another few days to get your iMac repaired. iCertifiedGeek, iMac Repair Plano accepts walk-ins and will get right at work on your iMac. Call us and ask for more information.

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