Have a Mac in Sacramento? Core Care is where you should go for hardware work

 

I have a MacBook from late 2007.  It originally had 1GB of RAM and a 160 GB hard drive. For the past year and a half, I’ve known I was on borrowed time with the hard drive.  Last week, it finally died.  Thankfully, I’ve learned my lesson about backing up regularly and use Time Machine and a 500GB Seagate drive for backup.

Thanks to Core Care, I have my MacBook back, now with a 750GB drive, more RAM, oh and a new keyboard and top, which Apple replaced. All of this was about $280.  Why not just get a new MacBook?  Apple has a new version of its operating system coming out later this month.  I try and never get the first rev of the OS. Trust me on this.

 

My plan was to wait until the end of the year then start looking for a new MacBook, but with how sweet the old one is running right now, that might get pushed back a little further.

 

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2 thoughts on “Have a Mac in Sacramento? Core Care is where you should go for hardware work

  1. I love Core Care. Casey and the team always treat their customers with highest regard. I agree that you should wait a while to run any new operating system – especially if you count on your computer to be your business machine. Good post.

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