A few days ago, we revealed here that macOS Big Sur is causing issues in the slightly older MacBook Pros, namely those from 2013 and 2014.
Although the vast majority of times its installation goes smoothly and without any issues, the truth is that many users have had serious issues with the new operating system. Some MacBook Pros just appear “dead” because their screen has gone black and does not seem to come back on.
Fortunately, Apple is a trustworthy company and, as always, tries to help its customers with their problems. As such, if any of the devices are affected by this issue, the company has posted an article on its support page to explain how to work around this issue and get macOS Big Sur working on your device.
How to try to recover a MacBook Pro that had problems installing macOS Big Sur
Press and hold the Mac’s power button for about 10 seconds, then release it. The Mac will shut down, even if it is on and has no picture. Remove all external devices connected to the Mac, including monitors, SD cards, printers, USB accessories, etc. Now is the time to turn on your Mac, right? restart the SMC according to the instructions. Didn’t it work again? restart NVRAM or PRAM. Still not giving? It is best to contact Apple Support. Help us grow, visit our Facebook page and leave your taste, to get access to all the information first hand. And if you liked the article, don’t forget to share it with your friends. Also follow us on Google News, select us among your favorites by clicking on the star.
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