Is your MacBook Pro keeps Crashing to black screen? Getting the black screen on your MacBook on the startup is really a serious issue that needs a fix. But, how to get rid of that instantly, just check if the MacBook keyboard has the light.
Well, if you have not done anything wrong with your MacBook and just looking for some commands to run your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro from recovery, let me tell you that the system does not respond always to those commands also.
I could remember that time someone faced the same situation and just shared the experience with me and I also suggested the commands to try and those are easily available on the internet (I will include the commands in this article also).
If you have just faced the same situation that your MacBook screen goes black then either you need some recovery commands to fix or just fix into the hardware parts by cleaning it. Just open the back cover and just disconnect & reconnect some hardware that I will guide you step-by-step.
First of all, this has been confirmed why this MacBook goes to the black screen, either you dropped it or just updated your macOS. Whatever the reason is, will provide the guide accordingly.
Why does my MacBook Screen go Black Randomly?
You might have many reasons behind having the black screen on your MacBook Pro or Air, whatever it is, either you dropped it or it has some internal issues. Let’s dive into the more details why this happens:
⦿ Incomplete Update:
If your MacBook was on the update mode and you just forced turned off before it gets completed then you have to face this type of error on your MacBook. So, once your MacBook is on update never turn it off instantly, let’s get it completed then you can do it from the options.
⦿ Internal Issues:
The issue can be with the SSD or RAM slot that you need to check. If this is a software-related issue you can get it fixed with the NVRAM reset commands. But, in case this is an internal SSD issue, you have to open the MacBook Back case and fix it manually.
There may be a hard-drive issue or the connector issue with the battery that you have to fix. You can check the connectors if set perfectly as you dropped it.
⦿ Unable to Boot Up:
Do you see the blue screen on the MacBook? But, the Apple logo does not come on screen that means you have power on your MacBook but your SSD is not working and preventing to boot up.
Normally, when the MacBook does not get the power that means you have booting issue with your MacBook and soon need to fix it. Would you keep it overnight as it is or just start the DIY!…
These are the known reasons but not limited to. You may have many more reasons if your MacBook is giving black screen or does not show the Apple Logo on it. First, you have to try fixing the MacBook with reset commands for safe or NVRAM reset. If that thing does not work just go for the hardware fixes.
After following the DIY, you will notice the black screen issue will get fixed.
How to Fix MacBook Pro black Screen? – Apple logo not lit
If you want to fix the black screen you have to perform many actions as you’re not sure what happened with your MacBook Pro. You will try the commands to fix the issue by resetting the RAM/SSD or just booting it up through the Safe Mode. Here, I will share every detail in a more descriptive way, let’s start:
Here the steps to go:
1. First, just press the power button to check if the light comes on the screen.
2. If your keyboard has light just press Shift button on the keyboard for 10 seconds and then the power button at the same time to boot your MacBook in safe mode.
3. If that does not work just reset the NVRAM using the command: Option+Command+R+P at the same time for 10 seconds.
4. Next you have to fix the hard drive from the hardware, opening the case and disconnect and reconnect this again. There nothing more you can do if you’re not an expert or you the option to go to the service centre.
1. Using commands:
Commands are the simple ways to reset any internal hard drive and make your MacBook work as the beginning. You have many commands to fix this or reset the NVRAM or booting up in safe mode.
Reset the NVRAM:
Now the part comes finally where you have to press Option+Command+R+P at for seconds on your MacBook and the power button at the same time and this will reset the NVRAM on your MacBook.
This mostly takes 10-15 seconds to reset and your MacBook might turn on if there is no internal damage.
Restart from Recovery:
Another option you can follow getting it fixed from the internet recovery but your SSD might be working well in this case and internet recovery mode also needs your device having Apple logo on the start, then it works perfectly.
To boot up your MacBook in Safe mode your just have to press the Shift+power button at the same time for about 10 seconds. The MacBook will boot up in safe mode in this way. However, if this still stuck to the black screen and no effect then just go for next the hardware fixing guide.
2. Fixing the Hardware on MacBook
The next part that comes to fix the internal hardware on your MacBook. Maybe your MacBook SSD is just disarranged when you just dropped it or any corrosion into the connector can have such issue occurred.
In this process, I will show you fixing two parts, first is SSD and next is the battery as if the power connection comes well from the battery then starting issue might happen from the SSD where you have your system stored.
Opening the back Case:
Before opening the back case make sure your MacBook is turned off to avoid any shock from the hardware. Just remove the screws and flip up the case and the hardware parts are there. You can check the fan if working by turning it once on and then turn it off and proceed to the next steps.
Cleaning the SSD:
On this start open the case on your MacBook and just check the connector if placed well and if any issue is seen there just disconnect the cable or unplug the SSD and reconnect that again. Before, just clean any dirt or check the connector part well, remove the dirt and place on its position again.
Removing the SSD is really simple, all you have to do just unlock the screws and this will come out.
Disconnecting the battery:
The same thing you have to repeat with the battery cable by disconnecting it from the processor on your MacBook. The process is simple, just unplug the connector and opening the cable then reconnecting it again the dirt removal. This will fix those reasons that create the connector issue on your MacBook and just fix it up with.
i) Be an expert for doing this type of DIY fixes while you’re on your MacBook hardware part. If your arrangement goes wrong you might face more severe issues with your MacBook pro.
ii) Make sure your MacBook takes light on the keyboard when you press the power button that means the MacBook have power but there has an issue on SSD that is when you should go for hardware fix or replace it. IF you see no power it takes then check the adaptor or battery connector at the first.
The Bottom Lines:
Now if you want to fix the black screen issue just check the NVRAM reset commands and directions to reset it. If you notice the commands are unable to turn on your MacBook just go for the hardware fixing where you have to check the battery and SSD if those are connected perfectly and just disconnect & reconnect it again.
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