Why my Mac Suddenly go Unresponsive, and How can I Fix It?

What is the reason for my Mac not working?

If you are using your Mac and suddenly your Mac not working, then it might give you a headache because you got all your work inside it. Then, in that case, sit back and follow this article which includes answers to your every issue. Before proceeding further, you need to check the power connections, get your eyes on the power cable, whether it is damaged or not, and adequately plug it securely into your MAC.

If your Mac has no built-in display feature, you must ensure that your external display is correctly connected to the power outlet and the other end is connected to the MAC and then turned on.

How do I fix an unresponsive Mac?

If your MAC is not responding to any command and is off, you can press the power button and hold it for 10 seconds. For your information, every MAC has a power button, but laptop computers have a touch ID, press and hold touch ID ). Then press and release the power button usually.

Sometimes the screen of your MAC displays the question mark, which flashes continuously, or anything else that means your Mac is on but not responding, so, in that case, you can follow the below-mentioned method.

  • First of all, hold the power button for up to 10 seconds then the Mac will turn off.
  • After that, you can use the disk utility to repair your startup disk.
  • If the disc utility shows no errors or has fixed all errors, then you can reinstall macOS.
  • At last, your system will start successfully.   

Unplug accessories

You can fix an unresponsive MAC by unplugging all the accessories from the MAC, including printers, drivers, USB hubs and mobile devices, etc. After that, try to press the power button and hold it for a few seconds. This may make your MAC start again. You have to do this because sometimes the plugged accessories might cause an issue in your system.

How can I run troubleshooting to fix my unresponsive Mac?

You can run troubleshooting to fix your unresponsive Mac with the help of the below-mentioned method.

  • You can reboot your computer during startup by pressing the command and r buttons.
  • After that, you must choose recovery HD from the menu on the panel. a
  • You can select the disk Utility option and tap on the drive you want to use to check errors.
  • At last, click on the repair or first aid button.
  • Finally, the repair disk option will scan the problems, and the Mac will begin responding.

How to force quit a frozen app?

You can force quit a frozen app by pressing the alt, command, and esc keys together. After that, the app will come back to its position.

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