When I was trying to turn on my Mac, it was stuck on Apple logo with a loading bar. It’s really annoying. Then I had told this problem to one of my friends and she gave some solutions to me. Now, it works perfectly. In this article, I am going to share with you how to get rid of this problem. If you are having this problem, you can try out this fixes.
Fix 1: Boot the Mac in Safe Mode
To start your computer press the “Power” button and immediately press and hold the “Shift” key. Then don’t leave the shift key until you see an Apple logo and progress bar. To run disk maintenance on the startup disk, follow the steps below.
Fix 2: Select Startup Disk
To run disk maintenance on the startup disk, follow the steps below.
- At the top of the screen, tap on “Spotlight” and then type “disk”. Then you will tap on “Applications: Disk Utility”.
- Next, select the “Macintosh HD” in the left menu.
- Then, tap on “Repair Disk Permissions” and to check run it. It will take 2 to 4 minutes to run.
- After the Repair Disk Tasks and Repair Disk Permission completed, restart your Mac. For that, tap on “Apple” logo at the top of your Mac’s screen. Then tap “Restart”.
Fix 3: Boot the Mac in Recovery Mode
First, to start your Mac press the “Power” button and then immediately press and hold the “Command + R keys”. Don’t leave the key until you get and see an Apple Logo and progress bar. Mac asks you to “Select a Language” and your just press “Enter”.
Fix 4: Reset your Mac’s PRAM
PRAM is called Parameter Random Access Memory which is used as a memory in RAM. Some Settings that will be stored the data depending on which type of device is connected and type of your Mac. Then Settings add the speaker volume, display resolution and designated startup disk and etc.
- First, shut down your Mac.
- To turn on your Mac, press the “Power” button.
- Next, immediately press and hold the “Command+P+R” keys simultaneously as quickly as possible after pressing the power button
- Keep pressing until Mac restarts.
PRAM resetting will change the preferences and system settings. To restore your settings you can use “System Preferences”.
Fix 5: Slow Boot your Mac
- Click “Apple” logo and then click “System Preferences”.
- Choose “Startup Disk”.
- Tap on the “Lock” icon and then enter the passcode to unlock.
- Tap and choose “Macintosh HD”.
- Then tap “Lock” icon to lock the settings.
- Close the “System Preferences”.
- When you reboot the device you must see the boot and log in to High Sierra.
Fix 6: Uninstall and Reinstall the OS X
Make sure that your Mac is fully charged. If battery percentage is low, you should charge it. Next access your Mac in Recovery mode. To do so, press and hold the “Command + R keys” while pressing the “Power” button. Leave the Command and R keys when seeing an Apple logo and progress bar. Mac asks you to choose a “Language” and then you just press “Enter”. Then you have to choose “Reinstall OS X and press “Continue”. Follow the instruction to “Reinstall your OS X”. select a disk from the pane and choose “Current OS X” disk.
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