💻 The Dreaded Blue Screen of Death
The blue screen of death is one of the most dreaded experiences for Apple computer users. It’s a sign of something bad happening in the background and it can be a source of frustration for many.
Fortunately, there are a few things you can try to fix it.
- Restart Mac
- Disconnect the peripherals
- Reset NVRAM
- Boot Mac into Safe Mode
- Repair the startup disk in macOS Recovery mode
- Back up Mac and reinstall macOS
If the first two steps dont work, try to reset your Mac’s NVRAM. This will clear out any stored settings and might help the system run more smoothly. To do this, hold down the Command, Option, P, and R keys on your keyboard simultaneously. Keep them held down until you hear the start-up chime twice.
The next step is to run Apple Diagnostics. This is a built-in tool that Apple computers come with, and it can help detect and fix issues with the hardware. To run it, just turn off your computer and then turn it back on while holding down the D key. Once it’s finished, it will give you a report with any issues it found and how to fix them.
If neither of these solutions work, then you may want to contact a Mac computer support company like VisionStudios. We offer Apple computer support and our technicians are experienced and knowledgeable. Get your first 10 minutes free on your first technical support call to VisionStudios to make sure that we want to work together. You only pay after we finish the first 10 minutes and agree to continue. Contact us today!
These are just some of the most common technical problems you may encounter on your Apple computer. If you’re still having trouble, don’t hesitate to contact VisionStudios. We are sure you will be satisfied. Contact us today!