iMac is a range of Macintosh computers that is also considered as the low cost versions of Apple computer. iMac inbuilt technology are advanced enough against any error, but like the other Apple devices iMac is also not far away from trouble.
iMac is a range of Macintosh computers that is also considered as the low cost
versions of Apple computer. iMac inbuilt technology are advanced enough against
any error, but like the other Apple devices iMac is also not far away from trouble.
There are varied types of issues that users have reported due to which they
frequently needed to dial a toll-free of technical helpline number for iMac. iMac
start up issue is also one of them that is considered as the most common issues
that many users have faced while using iMac.
There can be many reasons due to which you could encounter startup issue with
your iMac. But, nothing to get worried as with the help of customer support
number for Apple products, you can easily have a solution for startup issue you
are getting while using your iMac. Anyway, you may also read this article to have
solution for this startup issue. So, let’s have a look at that:
First check the power connection
Make sure that your iMac is plugged with a power supply. In the case, if the cord
is unplugged then it wouldn’t cause any damage. Here, you can try SMC reset
again and plug something else in socket to check its’ power connection.
Check all hardware connected to iMac
Make a check that whether all cables are connected properly or not. Here, you
may also need to reset the cables by plug-in and unplug to make sure that they
are properly connected.
Execute a power cycle
If your iMac is in frozen state and not responding with power button, you can fix it
by disconnecting power and forcing it to restart. Here, you may also unplug the
cables and leave it unplug for 10 seconds and then plug-in.
Reset the system management controller
In some cases, you may need to reset ‘system management controller firmware’
that can be a last option to try if your iMac is not responding even with power
Use recovery mode with disk utility
If disk utility not responding, you may need to reinstall Mac OS X on your system.
Your disk may be corrupted, so you need to have recovery mode to fix this issue.
These are some of the ways that you can apply if your iMac wouldn’t turn on.
However, if all these tips don’t work, you can dial a iMac technical support
number to have support from iMac expert.