How To Troubleshoot Your Macbook When You’re Facing Issues?

There’s no denying that the Apple Macbook is one of the most sought-after Apple products currently available in the market. When you purchase a Macbook, you plan on entering the whole Apple ecosystem, which makes it all the more enticing because Macbooks are the perfect combination of software & hardware. 

But, there will be times when your Macbook might face issues, which means that you need to troubleshoot those problems so that you start using your Apple laptop again. Keeping that in mind, we’ll be sharing some much-needed tips & tricks on how you can do the same – with the help of MacBook repair in Auckland.

Tips & Tricks On Troubleshooting Your Macbook

Before you try out any of the following methods, it’s important that you first back-up your data, so that there’s no chance of losing during the troubleshooting process. If you’re someone who regularly back-up your data, then you need not worry much. 

But, if you’re not accustomed to the data back-up process, it’s suggested that you first purchase a new external hard drive for the occasion. After that, you can then use your external drive to back-up all your important data. With all your data being in safe hands now, it’s time to move to the actual troubleshooting procedure.

1. Shutting Down & Disconnecting The Peripherals

Since you’ve already backed up your data, you easily move further with this process. Your job is to shut-down your Macbook and then disconnect all the connected peripherals to it. If your Macbook has enough battery, you can disconnect the charger as well. Once you’ve done the same, you can now boot-up your Macbook. If the boot-up process is flawless, then you can easily ascertain that the problem is with the peripherals only and not your laptop. 

2. Booting Using Safe Mode

If the previous solution hasn’t worked out for you, you’ll need to then boot into safe mode. To perform such an action, you need to first shut down your Macbook and then proceed to boot up by pressing the SHIFT key. The operation will take some time and is also quite complicated, so it’s better to have patience and wait for your system to boot into safe mode. You also may have to insert your Macbook password to initiate the process. 

Inside safe mode, your system will load up no software drivers and only the basic functions will work. During that time you’ll learn whether the problem persists, which if it doesn’t, then the fault is with the software side of things (Macbook drivers). 

3. Reinstall Your Operating System

In case none of the problems doesn’t work, then it’s time that you reinstall your OS. Reinstalling is easy and if you’re not comfortable with the process, you can always take a professional’s help.

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