Mac OS is a series of graphical user interface-based operating systems that are developed and marketed by Apple Inc. for its Macintosh range of systems. It was originally introduced on January 24, 1984 and was later named in 1996 as Macintosh. At that time Apple branded its 7.6 version as Mac OS as part of their Macintosh clone program. The Macintosh, is specifically popularized with its worldwide users because of it’s the graphical user interface concept.
The company also offers Mac Support to its users in the form of live as well as online support. Official support sources are available for free till the product is under warranty but when it has expired some of the live modes become paid. On the other hand online support still comes for free to all the users and includes all issues’ resolutions with it however it may not be sufficient for all complex issues and this may lead a user to start looking for some other modes of help.
Here are some of the common issues that a Mac OS can have with their resolutions:
Not able to print anymore: This could be caused because of different issues relating to your printer hardware or printer drivers, first you should check your printer machine and if it is fine them only check your OS. In case your Mac is causing the problem, it’s always a good idea to reset your entire printing system by going into your Print & Fax System Preference, right-clicking in the printer list, and choosing Reset Printing System.
Not able to reset OS X password: Whenever you retyping your password, be carefully, and check at least twice to make sure that you just typed it correctly, you will need use your OS X install disk, insert it into your Mac and restart holding down the C button. After selecting your preferred language, in the menu bar, choose Utilities -> Reset Password. Follow the instructions and there you go.
Not able to find your location with your Mac OS: These could be more than one resolutions of this issue but best of all is its Auto Locate feature, which will determine your exact location, using the same Sky Hook Wireless Wi-Fi Positioning System that your iPhone uses, and it would automatically change all of your settings for you.
CD or DVD is stuck in the optical drive and not able to come out when you select eject: In case your eject button is not responding even after holding it down for several seconds, restart your Mac and hold down the primary button on your mouse ->the track pad button will work as well if you are on a Mac Book and during startup the disk should be ejected automatically.
If it would not work for you and you are still looking for some other mode to get Mac support, there are several service providers are available that would offer you on-call assistance and resolve your issue at the earliest. These service providers have dedicated teams of skilled technicians who are trained and capable to provide you best possible resolution even if you problem is very complicated.
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If you are not comfortable with on-call help modes these companies can also offer you Mac Support via remote access technology. In this technology one of the technicians would ask you for your system access and resolve issue by him. Meanwhile you can rest or monitor the activities of his activities to get the information of the resolution procedure. He would call you back for the confirmation. To know their contact details you can simply search them over the internet and get all the required info from their websites.
The author is an expert Mac Support technician with Mac Health Check who has written many articles on Mac Machine. He also writes articles especially on Apple Support to provide all with in-depth detail about their Apple Devices.