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MacBook Pro Stuck On Loading Screen – How To Fix It

enero 21, 2020

Is your MacBook Pro stuck on the loading screen with the Apple logo? You waited several minutes and it showed no progress? Normally, Mac startup only takes 30 seconds. If this has not happened, try the solutions listed below to fix it.

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MacBook Pro stuck on loading screen

Shutdown your Mac

When you find that your MacBook Pro is stuck on the loading screen, you cannot turn it off from the Apple menu. All you can do is press the power button for a few seconds until the computer is turned off. Then disconnect all of the devices from your Mac and wait a few seconds to 30 minutes to 1. Press the power button on your MacBook Pro to turn it on.

Reset NVRAM

When MacBook Pro is stuck on the Apple logo and the load bar shows no progress for a few minutes, resetting NVRAM may be a solution. First, you need to turn off the computer. Switch it back on and immediately press the Option, Command, P and R keys simultaneously. Release them after 20 seconds or once you hear the startup sound or when the Apple logo appears.

Reset SMC

Many MacBook-related issues can be resolved by resetting the System Management Controller (SMC). First, the problems with low-level functionality on Intel-based Mac computers.

  • turn off your MacBook Pro
  • Press and hold Shift, Option, Command on the left side, and then press and hold the power button for about 10 seconds.
  • Release all the keys and turn on your Mac.

Start in safe mode

You can use the Safe Mode method to check if your MacBook has another problem or not. If you do not find any problem, try to start the computer normally. To start Mac in Safe Mode, hold down the Shift key until the login window appears, then release it.

Repair disc

The hard drive may be the reason your MacBook Pro is stuck in the loading screen. In this case, try to repair the disc.

  • Restart the PC
  • Once you hear the chime, press the Command and R keys until the Utility menu appears on the screen.
  • Select Disk Utility and click the Continue button.
  • Click on Display and choose Display all devices.
  • Select the disc in the lateral list
  • Choose First Aid and click on Done.

Reinstall macOS

Reinstalling macOS can repair your MacBook Pro operating system and repair damaged files. You will need a reliable internet connection to run this method. Then restart the computer and hold down the Command and R keys until the macOS Utilities menu appears. Choose Reinstall macOS and click Continue. Then follow the instructions on the screen.