Apple, Mac, Macbook Repairs – Techsonduty


Apple, Mac, Macbook Repairs - Techsonduty
Macbook, Apple, Imac Repairs in Long island


Apple, Mac, Macbook Repairs – Techsonduty

Providing local Apple, Mac, Macbook Repairs – Techsonduty.  We also provide OS X Installation and Upgrades and Glass Screen Repairs. Easy and convenient  Mac repair and upgrade services at Techsonduty of Long Island. All work is performed by experienced technicians. We offer Mac services that Apple stores don’t such as data recovery, out of warranty repairs, and most iMac & MacBook Pro LCD & Glass screen replacements.

Quality Work, Low Prices
Fast Turnaround
No Appointment Necessary
Questions, Pricing 516-360-0757 TechsonDuty


We fix all types Mac OS X and hardware problems.

Start-up Problems
System Running Slow / Freezing
OS X Installation and Upgrades
Some MacBook Pro LCD / Glass Screen Repairs
Some iMac Display Glass Repair
Hard Drive and Memory Upgrades
Mac Battery Replacements
Superdrive / Combo Drives
Case, Keyboard, and Track Pad Repair
We only use genuine Apple® service parts when repairing your Mac.


Apple, Mac, Macbook Repairs - Techsonduty
Macbook Repair Long Island

Service and Repair for all current Apple® computer models.

Mac Portables
MacBook 13″ (white, black, unibody)
MacBook Pro
Macbook Pro Unibody
MacBook Air
Mac Desktops
Mac Pro
iMac (PPC, Intel)
Mac Mini
PowerMac G5

Mac Data Recovery

Data Recovery Details

SSD & Memory Upgrades

Troubleshooting a Mac is different from troubleshooting a PC, but not all that different. Use your Mac’s built-in startup options to test your hardware, boot in safe mode, reinstall Mac OS X, and perform other system tasks.


To access one of these tools, you’ll first have to shut down or restart your Mac. You’ll then have to press and hold the appropriate key or key combination before the gray startup screen appears. Press the keys right after the startup sound plays.

Startup Manager


To boot from a specific device, press and hold the Option key while booting your Mac. You’ll see the Startup Manager appear. From here, you can choose to boot from different connected hard drives, USB flash drives, network locations, and other boot devices.


To skip the Startup Manager and boot straight from a removable device — for example, a CD, DVD, or USB drive — instead of its internal drive, press and hold C. To boot directly from the network with Netbook, press and hold N instead.



Apple Diagnostics / Hardware Test


Apple Diagnostics tests your Mac’s hardware to ensure it’s working properly. On Macs released before June 2013, Apple Hardware Test (AHT) will appear instead of Apple Diagnostics.


To access this tool, press and hold the D key while booting your Mac. Select your language and your Mac will automatically test its hardware and inform you if anything is wrong.



Safe Boot / Safe Mode


Macs offer a Safe Mode, also known as Safe Boot. When you boot in Safe Mode, your Mac will check its startup volume, only load necessary kernel extensions, and disable third-party fonts and startup options. It’s like Safe Mode on Windows — it won’t load third-party hardware drivers or startup programs, so you can use this mode to fix problems if your Mac isn’t working or booting properly.


To load your Mac in Safe Mode, press and hold the Shift key while it boots. You can stop holding the Shift key when you see an Apple logo and progress bar. To leave Safe Mode, just reboot your Mac without holding the Shift key.



Single-User Mode


In single-user mode, you’ll be presented with a text-mode terminal you can use to enter commands you might need to troubleshoot problems. This works like Linux’s single-user mode — rather than getting multi-user operating system, you boot directly to a root shell.


Press Command + S to boot into single-user mode. To leave this mode, type reboot at the prompt and press Enter.



Verbose Mode


In verbose mode, you’ll see normally hidden messages appear on your screen. If your Mac is freezing, especially during the boot process, the messages here can help you identify and get help with the problem.


Press Command + V to boot into verbose mode. You’ll see the terminal messages appear during the startup process. If everything goes properly, your Mac will boot to its normal desktop.



Recovery Mode

Recovery Mode provides various graphical tools for working with your Mac. From here, you can reinstall Mac OS X, restore your computer from a Time Machine backup, or use the Disk Utility to repair, wipe, and partition your Mac’s internal disks.


Press Command + R to access Recovery Mode. If necessary, you’ll be asked to connect to a network so your Mac can download the appropriate recovery software. You can then choose your language and use the graphical tools here.




One of the nice things about a Mac is that this is all built-in. You don’t even have to download a Mac OS X installer — if necessary, your Mac will download the OS X installation files for you when you choose to reinstall the operating system. Better yet, it will download the most recent version of Mac OS X so you won’t have to spend hours installing patches and service packs, as you do on Windows


One of the nice things about a Mac is that this is all built-in. You don’t even have to download a Mac OS X installer — if necessary, your Mac will download the OS X installation files for you when you choose to reinstall the operating system. Better yet, it will download the most recent version of Mac OS X so you won’t have to spend hours installing patches and service packs, as you do on Windows.


MacBook Screen Replacement + iBook, PowerBook, MacBook Pro Screen Replacement Services: Fast, Convenient, and Affordable MacBook repairs!

Call us to handle your MacBook Pro, MacBook, iBook, and PowerBook repairs! We specialize in MacBook Screen Replacement services (All Models)! Call 516-360-0757 for more information on our MacBook repair offerings.

Let Certified Technicians Solve ALL of YOUR Apple Notebook & MacBook Repair Problems anywhere in Long Island!


About the service: MacBook and MacBook Pro repairs are what TechsonDuty does best. We handle the repair of your damaged or broken MacBook in a professional and fast manner.

Our MacBook Pro repair service has fixed many computers who have damaged their MacBook Pros in many ways. The MacBook Pro is highly susceptible to broken screens and cracked glass above the LCD Screen. We specializes in replacing broken glass screens on all models of the MacBook Pro. Even if you broke both the outer glass AND the LCD screen underneath, we can repair that as well.


MacBook Air screen replacement is another one of our specialties. When a MacBook Air is dropped, it is more than likely that the screen would be damaged. Replacing a MacBook Air screen is the only fix and is cheap if you have to repair it.


If you own an older MacBook, whether it is a pre-2011 MacBook or one of the newer unibody models, our certified technicians can handle the repair. Again, the most common repair on these notebooks is for cracked LCD screens. Other common repairs on all Apple notebooks are super drive repairs, top case and keyboard repairs, and hard drive upgrades.


Whether you broke your MacBook Pro by dropping it and breaking the screen or if you want a hard drive upgrade, Techsonduty is the most dependable and trustworthy place to go for MacBook repairs and upgrade services. Get started on your MacBook repairs by selecting the model you own above and clicking on its image in the box.

Call us to handle your MacBook Pro and Apple Notebook repairs!

Located in Valley Stream – Techsonduty provides service to surrounding towns like Lynbrook, Malverne, Elmont, Woodmere, New Hyde Park, Franklin Square, Mineola, Hewlett, Freeport, Rosedale, Manhasset, Lake Success, Floral Park, Queens Village, Rockville Centre, and East Rockaway.

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Techsonduty located in

1155 Slabey Avenue
Valley Stream,
New York, 11580
Phone: (516)360-0757.
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