Macbook Laptop Problems Solution

Macbook Laptop Problems Solution
  • Jan 11th, 2024
  • Ranjeet Singh
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This blog primarily describes common problems MacBook laptop users face and their solutions. We hope this blog will significantly help MacBook laptop users who cannot resolve their laptop-related problems. For any issues in the future, please get in touch with the NSS Laptop Service Centre.

MacBook keeps dying suddenly and repeatedly.

When you are using a MacBook Laptop that keeps dying, your battery isn’t charging correctly. If this is not the issue and your MacBook is shutting off randomly despite a healthy battery percentage, you have another problem. After the shutdown, try to restart your MacBook by using the power button. Once you have powered and loaded Mac OS, restart the computer again. Restarting your MacBook allows it to conduct a healthy and complete shutdown procedure. Fully reset the System Management Controller (SMC) after the Mac is restarted. Your Mac’s SMC controls include one of the most essential hardware processes, including battery charging and sleep mode. Therefore, when your Mac doesn’t work correctly, a quick and straightforward method is to fix and reset the SMC. If SMC cannot resolve the issue, you must consider a professional MacBook repair. If under warranty, consider replacing your Mac by taking it to an Apple Store.


Mac’s Start-up displays a blank screen.

Most MacBook Pro screens face the common problem of a blank black or blue screen during start-up. If this screen remains, it’s a sure sign that your MacBook froze while loading a particular app or login function. To resolve this problem, you must press the power button for several seconds to restart your Mac. Suppose you cannot boot your MacBook into Safe mode; check and remove troublesome and login items once the computer restarts. You will see a grey screen with an Apple logo in its center, meaning there’s a technical glitch in essential software. We recommend you restart the computer manually and then apply macOS updates, which may be needed to see if the problem goes away. If this doesn’t work, use the Disk Utility tool to locate and resolve any disk problems that will keep your computer working correctly.

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 Unable to connect external devices properly

If your Mac cannot work with an external device, then it could be an issue with the device itself. Connect the device with other computers to see whether it works, and if it works, then the device is OK. Connect the external device to your Mac again by properly plugging it into the correct port. Check whether the cable and the port are not damaged in any way. If the device is still not working, then try restarting your Mac and the device. Despite testing, if there are no changes, your external device and Mac aren’t compatible. We recommend you try plugging some other device into the same port you’re sure is compatible with your Mac. If your second device also doesn’t work, a hardware issue in your Mac must be resolved by a professional. If the second device works, there is a compatibility issue only with the first device and not your Mac. Then, a professional needs to have your device checked.

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Mac’s FaceTime Camera Image has poor quality.

With MacBook Air, one of the most common problems you have is the poor image quality of your FaceTime camera app, which is worth not using. The user experiences a terrible, grain representation of his face. Interestingly, this problem isn’t even related to Mac hardware in most cases. In most cases, the camera works perfectly fine and does other camera-related activities without a technical glitch. In such cases, the issue is with the FaceTime program, where you must apply macOS updates, which resolves the problem. If your camera app doesn’t work correctly on other apps, it would be a good idea to take your Mac to a professional and check it out.

Mac runs very slowly.

Slowdown affects all types of Mac PCs. This happens when you do too many tasks simultaneously, which consumes your RAM. This results in the slowing down of your Mac since the memory of your hard drive is filled, which causes your machine to struggle to read and write data smoothly. Upgrading your Mac is the best solution. Clearing your hard drive space is a more straightforward, efficient, and affordable way to fix your hard drive space. This helps to open fewer tabs simultaneously.

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The Mac screen Flickers repeatedly.

It’s annoying to encounter flickering problems in most Macs where the user’s screen dims intermittently or loses resolution completely. If this issue appears repeatedly and rapidly, then one of the top causes behind this problem is physical screen damage. Screen replacement is the perfect solution to this problem. If flickering still happens, although your Mac’s screen is OK, try resetting the PRAM/NVRAM. This step can effectively fix minor flashing problems. Try applying MacOS updates, which you haven’t done yet. Firefox or Chromium can sometimes cause screen flickering issues on your Mac. Fix the problem by trying to disable or remove them. Also, identify and remove any other unwanted apps.


The MacBook Air is overheating.

Look for any hidden or unexpected apps: By clicking on the menu bar, followed by Utilities, open the Activity Monitor. This shows the first tab as C, indicating the CPU time and energy each open app uses. Shut down by clicking the name if anything strange uses a lot of CPU percentage. Finally, click the Stop button on the top-left corner of the app.

Check the fan:  Mac will get hot if the fan isn’t working. If it even spins, then listen for the noise. Don’t panic if you cannot hear if your far is not running at its maximum noisy speed. However, there is a compute-heavy application running like a Steam game in which you cannot hear a fan, run diagnostics, or contact Apple.

Check the vent: The vent is located on the back of the hinge area. Due to its location, there can be a collection of debris, which prevents it from proper heat exhaust. By using a can of compressed air, you can always clean it out.

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Run Apple Diagnostics for newer Air models: Shut down your Mac entirely and disconnect all the secondary devices, like the external drives. Next, press and hold the key by pressing the Power button. Perform this until the Apple Diagnostics check starts. This will eventually produce a report which will include a progress bar. If any error occurs, read it carefully, and what it says, write down any error codes and instructions. Then, Click Restart to return to MacOS.

The case or shell must be removed: Third-party cases and bullets typically have vents along the bottom to allow proper heat dissipation. This is unlikely to cause overheating issues; you can also remove it to see if the problem disappears. The specific shell or case may be the culprit and require replacement.


This blog would help MacBook Laptop users resolve their MacBook-related problems and issues.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Click Windows Start button in the lower left of the taskbar. 2. Click the power button symbol and a fly out will appear with options to Sleep, Shut down or Restart. Clicking again on the desired action will make the computer proceed and take the action selected.

Press and hold the power button on your Mac for at least 10 seconds, then release. Every Mac has a power button. On notebook computers that have Touch ID, press and hold Touch ID. If you see no change on your Mac, press and release the power button normally.

Press the power button on your Mac and then immediately press and hold down the D key on the keyboard. (To start Apple Diagnostics over the internet, hold down Option-D.) Release the D key when the prompt appears on the screen asking you to choose your language using the arrow keys.

Press and hold down the Command (?) and Control (Ctrl) keys along with the power button (or the ?Touch ID? / Eject button, depending on the Mac model) until the screen goes blank and the machine restarts.

To force a restart your MacBook, you need to press and hold down the Command (?) button, the Control (Ctrl) key, and the power button at the same time. Hold these keys down until your MacBook's screen goes blank and the computer restarts itself.
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