Apple iMacs are a good computer for everyday use. However, there are still cases wherein some owners are experiencing hard drive issues. Just recently, one of our customers encountered the “Question Mark” boot-up when he turns on his iMac.
According to him, he didn’t experience any data loss or anything related to it. His computer just wouldn’t go past the “Question Mark” boot-up screen. No matter how many times he turned it off and on again, the same thing happened. Fortunately, we were able to help him fix the issue and his iMac is now working correctly.
This particular problem is usually caused by an incorrect setting in the System Preferences. To fix this, you’ll need to open up the System Preferences and select the “Startup Disk” preference pane. Once you’re there, simply select your main hard drive as the startup disk and restart your computer. This should fix the problem and allow your iMac to boot up properly.
This could be due to the faulty hard drive or corrupted OS as well.
- How to know if you need an iMac question sign repair?
If you’re seeing a question mark on your screen, it’s time for an iMac repair. This error usually indicates a problem with your computer’s hard drive or software.
- How much does an iMac repair cost?
The cost of an iMac repair will vary depending on the extent of the damage and the type of repairs required. However, we offer affordable rates and same-day service to get you back up and running as soon as possible.
- How long does an iMac repair take?
Most iMac repairs can be completed within one to two hours. However, more complex repairs may take longer. We’ll provide you with an estimate when you bring your computer in for diagnosis.