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MacOS won't start - this will help

You often depend on your macOS to work, both in your everyday life and in your professional life. If it doesn't, it will not only cost you time, but it can also become an exhausting problem. That's why you should first try to fix the problem on your own.

Recognizing the classic causes

In most cases, the reason for the problem is much simpler than it first appears. That's why we'll show you what to look out for.
  1. Check plugs: Check if all plugs are properly seated and power is available.
  2. Hold down the power button of your Mac and disconnect all external hardware. Now try to restart your Mac again. It may be that a defective hardware is the reason for the problem.
  3. Perform an SMC reset by first unplugging the power cable for 15 seconds and then plugging it back in.
  4. If you own an older device, then remove the battery as well as the power cable and hold down the power button for five seconds.
  5. Alternatively, you should boot your MacBook in safe mode. Hold down the Shift key while restarting your Mac.
  6. In the mode, remove the drivers or login objects and then reinstall the files.

When should you visit a service partner?

Generally, you should always seek help when you feel unsure yourself. If you need to make basic changes to your Mac's hardware but don't have the know-how, you should visit an Apple Store. Also, do not open the device on your own, as this will void any warranty or guarantee.

By Pfeifer

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