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Posts Tagged ‘fix’

Looking for Reliable Mac Repair in Gainesville?

Written by iHospital. Posted in iHospital iV

Gainesville mac repairAre you searching for reliable and cost conscious Mac repair in Gainesville, Florida?  You’ve come to the right place. We know you’ll find a multitude of Mac repair shops in the Gainesville, Florida region. But how can you tell the good from the bad?  Simple. Check out our social media presence on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.  Our customers love iHospital.  We’re 100% confident that once you visit iHospital Gainesville, you’ll continue to come back for all your Mac repair needs. Here’s five more reasons why iHospital Gainesville excels at Mac repair:

1.) No appointment is needed when you visit iHospital Gainesville for Mac repair. Grab your Mac computer and head down to our central location located at 1702 West University Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32603.  One of our certified D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices

iHospital Excels at iPhone 5 Repair

Written by iHospital. Posted in iHospital iV

iPhone 5 repairAre you one of the lucky few that own a brand new iPhone 5? If so, we’re happy to let you know iHospital is your number once choice when it comes to iPhone 5 repair should the need arise. We know you have hundreds of options when it comes to iPhone 5 repair, and we’re confident we’ll exceed your expectations.  When it comes down to the nitty gritty details of iPhone repair, our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices always come out on top.  Here are several reasons why iHospital excels at iPhone 5 repair.

1.) When you need your iPhone 5 repaired quickly and efficiently, iHospital is your trusted source.  You don’t have to make an appointment when you visit any iHospital location.  The process is simple; get your damaged iPhone 5 and come to the iHospital.  One of our expert D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices will meet with you right away and give you a cost and time estimate within five minutes of walking in the front door. This is what sets us apart from the competition when it comes to iPhone 5 repair. 

How To Reset an iPad

Written by iHospital. Posted in How To

how to reset an iPad

We love our iPads and have come to depend on them for just about everything.  Despite its flashy applications and leading edge technology, Apple’s iPad is similar to a computer and comes with the same problems.  Sometimes our trusty iPad applications freeze and it becomes tough to use your iPad.  We would call this situation a crash which means your iPad won’t respond to the home button, on/off button or the touchscreen. To fix this problem, you need to reset your iPad.  Our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices wrote this brief tutorial to help you get your iPad back in tip top running condition.

How to Reset an iPad

1)  The first step in resetting your iPad is to press the home button and the on/off button down at the same time.  The home button is the round one at the bottom center of the iPad’s front and the on/off button is located on the top right corner of the iPad.

2) After you hold down the on/off button and home button, you will have one of the two following things happen. First, the screen will flash and go dark, or a red slider will be displayed at the top of your screen. If you see the slider, slide it to the right to turn your iPad off.  You also have the option to cancel the reset from this screen.

How To Restart a Frozen Mac

Written by iHospital. Posted in How To

how to restart a frozen macIs your Mac throwing a high-tech temper tantrum that’s driving you crazy? This blog post will show you how to force your Mac to shutdown so you can back to your busy day.  We’d like to warn you that this process will force a shutdown of your Mac computer and you will lose all unsaved work.  All important activities will stop as well.  Have any questions? You can always contact one of our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices using the contact form on our website or via Twtter at @iHospital.

How to Restart a Frozen Mac

1) The first step to restart a frozen Mac is to find the power button. If you have an iMac, you’ll find the power button on the back of the computer near the left bottom corner. If you have a MacBook Pro, the power button is on the right speaker.  For Mac Mini’s, the power button is on the back, near the right corner.  For MacBooks, the power button is at the right corner of the base.  Finally, the power button can be found on the front of Mac Pro’s.

How To Fix A Slow Mac

Written by iHospital. Posted in How To

How to fix a slow MacThis post is all about how to fix your slow Mac with Activity Monitor, a free app that is built right into Lion.  Your crawling Mac might be slowing down because of one particular misbehaving application, and Activity Monitor will identify and terminate the problem.

Here’s how to fix a slow Mac using Activity Monitor

1.  Go to the Applications Folder and open the Utilities folder.  Don’t forget you can type the letter “U” for Utilities while in the Applications window to jump right to the desired folder.

2. Inside the Utilities folder, you’ll find Activity Monitor.  Launch it by double-clicking as you would to launch any other program.

3.  The Activity Monitor shows all of the current processes and applications running on your Mac.  Here’s where you want to search for the pesky application that is dominating your Mac’s processors.  Sort Activity Monitor by the %CPU column by clicking on it twice to ensure the processes that are taking up the most space are showing at the top.

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