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Why Mac is stuck at startup –
Mac computers are the good computers but it gets hard and become more trouble when they get stuck on some point .
Try these few options and see if this helps you solve this mac screen stuck or no boot problem.
sometimes Problem occurred after update. If you hear additional beeps or chimes at this point, this indicates a possible hardware issue and startup halts.
Sometime its just hard to say why Mac is stuck at startup but we can fix this using the basic settings .
remove everything power cord, USB, audio jack everything.
first you have to do boot up your matchbook in safe mode by holding shift key.
shutdown your Mac in power backup by holding the shift key. (power+shift key)
when your mac is fully started in safe mode go a head and restart it normally.
after that plug everything back in power cord, USB audio jack everything
then run disk utility turn off and turn on your mac and hold the command and R keys together. see there “Mac OS x utilities”
select disk utility, click your Os X hard drive and select repair disk.
after that you have to reset PRAM turn off or on your mac and immediately hold command-P-R key until your mac restart.
If nothing above works.then try this..
our Mac needs to be connected to the Internet. Restart your Mac and hold down the Command key and the R key until the Apple icon appears; when you see the Mac OS X utilities window.
Reset and update the mac computer –
Try restarting the mac computer in safe mode and please remove all unwanted junks and software out of your computer .
update the latest version of software’s .
Click On the apple icon on top than select about this mac there you will see option for check for software Update .
click on this Option and wait it may check for software update .
Now it may ask for User name and password for you application please type it and install the latest software available for your mac computer .
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