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MacBook Pro: Repairs, Fault-Finding & Troubleshooting Service in Delhi

We’ve been fixing Macs for 15 years and have literally ‘seen it all’.

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Problems or Issues you might be having with your MacBook Pro

  • PROBLEMS WITH YOUR HARD DRIVE?
    How to Tell: you’ll see a flashing folder icon and a question mark, a spinning coloured disc for too long, or a completely white screen
  • Batteries swell up and warp case.
  • Funny noises – high pitched tones, clicking, moaning/mooing sounds.
  • Keyboard / trackpad stops working, or ‘loses’ letters when typing fast.
  • LCD has uneven brightness / dark corners.
  • LCD has pink lines on the display, scrambled display or distorted graphics.
  • Random shutdowns, shutting down when unplugged (even when battery newly charged).
  • Drops WiFi signal.

Emergency Damage?

Liquid spills – either hot or cold drinks.

Accidental knocks, or dropping the machine.

PLEASE NOTE: The information below is about the 2010 MacBook Pro. We have reviews in our blog covering the 2011 model, the 2011/12 upgrades, and the mid and late 2012 Retina models.

About the MacBook Pro

The MacBook Pro is Apple’s top-end laptop. All models in the 2010 range are under 1 inch high, with weights ranging from 2-3 kilos depending on screen size and feature set.

Processors start at 2.4GHz, with options on all size models to go up to 2.6GHz; 4Gb of RAM is standard across the range. Hard disk sizes start at 250Gb (with a 320Gb option on the 13 inch), then 320 Gb (with 500Gb option) on the 15 inch, and finally 500Gb on the 17 inch. Solid state drives (128Gb, 256Gb and 512Gb) are also available on all models.

A built-in optical drive is standard and CDs and DVDs can be played/burnt at up to 8 times DVD speed and 24 times CD speed. The 256Mb graphics card is from NVIDIA.

Screen resolutions of up to 1280 x 800 pixels (13″), 1440 x 900 pixels (15″) and 1920 x 1200 (17″) are supported and all models will drive external monitors up to 30″ and 2560 x 1600 pixels. Additionally, non-glossy display is available as an option on the 15″ and 17″ models.

WiFi, Bluetooth and Gigabit Ethernet protocols are all supported. Apple’s MagSafe power lead is (as the name suggests) magnetic, so if someone trips over the mains lead then no harm will come to them, the lead, or your laptop – because the lead just pops away.

A backlit keyboard adjusts according to ambient lighting and the trackpad is ‘Multi-Touch’, meaning you can use two, three or four fingers to rotate, zoom in or out, scroll and track as you wish.

All models have built-in stereo speakers with subwoofer, a microphone, the iSight webcam, and a Kensington lock slot (which allows you to fit a security chain). Standard ports across the range are

  • audio analogue input / digital output (two separate digital/analogue ins/outs on the 15″ and 17″)
  • two USB ports (three on the 17″)
  • MiniDisplay port (supports DVI, VGA and HDMI)
  • FireWire 800 port
  • SD card slot (ExpressCard on the 17″)