Damaged 2007 Macbook Pro? STOP! Don't make it worse! trust your Apple Macbook Pro to the professionals!
If you are in the city of Marietta Georgia Cobb County, and need your
Macbook Pro 2007 repaired, we have a central location at 360 Cobb Parkway South, Marietta,
Georgia 30060, which is also Highway 41 and very close to Windy Hill and Marietta Parkway South.
We service businesses and residential neighboring communities within 30060, 30066, 30067, 30068,
30008 and 30080 zip codes, we make Macbook Pro screen repair
services easier for you with our mobile to site Mac Pro repair pick up and delivery services.
We understand that your time is valuable and it is critical that you have access to your
Apple Files and documents. We respond urgently to any Mac repair questions and Apple repair
needs in Marietta. We can pickup and deliver your Mac Book Pro laptop computer anywhere you wish.
All MacBook Pro and Macbook Pro accessories
will be handled in an professional, confidential and efficient manner to help you when you need your
computer repaired most. In the case of lost data, we can assist you
with any Data Recovery efforts to help you recover any important personal or business documentation.
We can also fix and restore your Apple Mac Book Pro to it's previous state. If you need assistance
due to liquid spills or water damages on you Apple
Mac laptop computer. We can repair any of these issues your Mac Book or laptop may be experiencing
if you are experiencing any other issues with your Mac such as your computer not charging properly,
your Mac's charging port may have become electrically shorted out and your
Macbook Pro charger may not work and need to be replaced. Your
Macbook Pro battery may need replacement, if it is
apparrent that it continuosly doesn't indicate an increase in your battery's status. In such an
instance, we will replace your Mac Book Pro battery, charging port and or charging adapter as
necessary, If your motherboard has become damaged by water or any other liquid damage has occured,
then the water damage may have caused the interior has become no funtional. We can also repair
liquid or water damage repair on your Mac Book. All walk ins are always welcome at 404
Computer Repair, just call us at (404)259-0183. We can honestly say 404 Computer Repair has the most
reasonable Mac Book repair prices, cell phone repair prices and tabet replacement prices,
in Marietta Georgia and to prove it, we will match any Mac repair estimate from any of the other
repair companies in Marietta, as so long as it is in writing.
On June 6, 2007 Apple introduced 3 Macbook Pros, 2 A1226 15 inch and an A1229 17 inch Macbook Pro.
The A1226 Apple MacBook Pro processor Core 2 Duo 2.2 Mega Hertz 15 inch laptop
was Apple's next move further into developing even more mini notebooks. This particular Macbook Pro
A1226 has a 2.2 Mega Hertz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. There are 2 additional similar Macbook Pro
Model A1226, both being 15 inch display sizes but differ in processor speed. There is a 2.4 Mega Hertz
A1226 and an A1226 Model 2.6 Giga hertz 17 inch display which came out on November 1, 2007.
So all of that being said there were a total of 5 Macbook Pro laptops which came out in 2007.
If you have the proper computer repair tools and know how to remove your hard drive or if it is an
external hard drive, place it into an anti static bag to prepare it for transport to a data recovery
or data retreival service company to pick up or ship to. Upon receiving your hard drive, we will
contact you and then begin the first step towards retreiving your hard drive data. Once we have
completed the data recovery process, we will have to transfer your data that has been recovered
to a new useful data median, meaning that a new external hard drive will be necessary. Either we
can provide you with a new extenal hard drive to transfer your recovered data to or you can provide
us with an external hard drive to transfer your recovered data to. Make sure that the hard drive
that you are going to provide us with to transfer your recovered data to is large enough to hold
the data that we recovered.