20 Most Recent Apple MacBook Pro Notebook Questions & Answers

If warranty, no body better then Apple. I've heard of good and bad stories from Geek Squad, so I guess it depends what you need.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Feb 10, 2020

When does it freeze exactly? When you are running an app or is it a sleep/awake failure?

Without knowing this, I will suggest the following:
Start by making sure you have the latest software updates. After that, go into your Applications, then Utilities and click on Disc Utility
Click on your drive then click on Repair Disk Permissions.

I hope this helps stop the freezing.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Jan 21, 2020

Go to closest Apple Retailer fixer. A tech maybe able to flash recover your systems data. Being backed up will help. This may not be as painful as it looks. Make the call.

Reboot and tap f8 to see if a system recovery command pops up. Follow the screen instructions.

Your call service for the Mac should also b able to talk you through the process. Then remotely have troubleshooting accomplished while you watch and converse on the telephone.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

1) What model and what year is your Macbook Pro?

2) What country are you in?

3) Is your Macbook still under warranty? That is, can you call Apple or send it to Apple for repair if you have to? Because on some Macbook Pros, only Apple can reset the EFI PIN

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Nov 01, 2018

Here is a service manual that will explain how to service and change out components on your macBook....check out page 47.


Apple MacBook... | Answered on Oct 03, 2018

Follow these Simple steps to reset your Apple MacBook Air - http://www.ehow.com/how_6934095_reset-macbook-air.html
and share any Mac problem with Apple Customer Service for help.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Aug 07, 2018

from apple:"From page 31 of the "Welcome to Mac OS X" booklet:
If you forget your password for your computer, insert the Mac OS X CD and restart your computer while holding down the C key on the keyboard. When the Installer appears, choose Reset Password from the Installer menu and follow the onscreen instructions.
Tip: Resetting an account password doesn't affect other kinds of passwords that might be forgotten, such as your email account password, .Mac password, secure server , Internet access password (if you have one), Keychain passwords, or Mac OS X 10.3 Panther's master password. "

If that does not work, follow the indications at the bottom of this page: Macintosh OS: Lost Admin Password

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Jan 16, 2018

Are you at home, or at work? Sounds like a firewall issue. Try the Macbook at another location so you can see if it's at the PC level, or the router level. Maybe explain what happens when you try to go there...do you get any errors in your browser, or does it just not load the page, or what? Try turning off your security software for a minute to isolate.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Dec 02, 2017

The unit is fubar and needs to be replaced since repair is not cost effective.. You might open up unit to see if there is any debris in the path of the tray that could be interfering in its operation. If all is ok,time to go shopping.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Sep 02, 2017

see the hard disk space available

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Jun 03, 2017


... yes, this is a URL with a number of values and encrypted stuff passed back to the server as a request ... there may be something missing at the end that prevents the page from loading properly.


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Apple MacBook... | Answered on May 04, 2017


Steps To Troubleshoot The Error “MacBook Won't Charge”

Steps To Troubleshoot The Error "MacBook Won't Charge"
Unable to charge the MacBook can often be really frustrating for users. After all, it's considered as one of the most beneficial devices ever. A user can unplug it from the mains and can easily use it anywhere anytime. So, that's the only thing which will make sense if it holds a charging point. In this blog, our MacBook tech support experts are going to make you aware of how to troubleshoot the error when it say that "the Macbook won't charge".

Steps to troubleshoot the error "MacBook won't charge"

Step1: Check for all the basic features

    ·Check whether the MacBook is plugged in? Is the MagSafe connection accurately plugged in to the laptop?
    ·Perform a deep check for the Apple adaptor whether it is connected together or not? Each Apple laptop adaptor will comes in two parts, the first one will be a square adaptor and the second one will be a removable plug (or lead) that will have full capability to connect to the wall. Pull up both the parts and then put them back together.
    ·Perform a check whether you have plugged into a wall socket or not? Is the socket accurately turned on? Have you ever given a try to a different wall socket?
    ·What does the Apple adaptor actually appears to be? Perform a check for whether it in pristine condition or has it got any tears in the cable?
    ·Check carefully for the MagSafe connection on the Apple laptop for any dust. By doing this will surely prevent the MagSafe connector from making a clean connection to the Mac device and will stop users from charging it up accurately.

    Step2; Check for all the settings

      ·Open up the "System Preferences" option and choose the "Settings > Energy Saver" icon.
      perform a check for that the Computer Sleep as well as Display Sleep slider option.
      ·If they appear, then carefully click on the "Default" button to reset it.
      Step3: Apple's solutions
      At last, the Apple device has three solutions for this error that are described by MacBook technical support professional team members and they are as follows:
      • Resetting of the battery
      If a user is having an older Apple laptop with a benefit of removable battery then one should definitely remove it and re-insert to make sure it's completely installed.
      • Reseting the SMC:
      Resetting the SMC which will help the proper functioning of the battery and power related problems.
      • Get the Mac serviced:
      If resetting of the SMC doesn't work at all then the Apple recommends you to take the Mac to any nearby Apple Store.
      Well, these are few solutions for the above MacBook issue. If still in confusion then do try us at MacBook customer support Toll-Free 1-800-213-8289 number which is absolutely a toll-free service available for users 24*7 hours a day. We solve all types of Mac Book related issues by applying the best available solutions in the market.

on May 02, 2017 | Apple MacBook Pro Notebook

As always the Apple products are proprietary and DISPLAY post has issues. Disregard all the testing with other adapters and displays and replace the inverter first, it is the cheaper option.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Mar 02, 2017

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Apple MacBook... | Answered on Oct 24, 2016

Thank you for contacting Fixya Support, I am glad to assist.

Depending on your web browser, you first should clear the Cache of the select web browser and then reset the browser.

I would also recommend you try this simple procedure I am providing you from MacOSX.com forum regarding the inability to launch or load Facebook:
Link: Cannot Load Facebook on my Mac

In regards to video suggest you try, depending on the web browser you have (Safari or Firefox) is to check the Add-ons of that browser, for any updated plug-ins for viewing Youtube videos.

If you are accustomed to using just one browser, experiment with different browsers.

The most commonly used web browsers for Mac OS X are:

* Safari (Built-in web browser from Apple direct)

* Firefox (Developed by Mozilla)

* Camino (Developed by Mozilla)

* Opera (Developed by Opera Software)

For your current web browser, if you want to keep working on the video playback for your Youtube, you should clear the Cache of the web browser and reset your browser.

These are some general practices to resolving the stated issues you are having with launching Facebook and loading YouTube videos.

Let me know if this helps.



Apple MacBook... | Answered on Oct 21, 2016

You can look up user account password reset under the support tab at Apple.com it walks you through answering the hard drive and changing the system password

Apple MacBook... | Answered on May 15, 2016

You should also try turning off the remote content feature on your mail server. Start mail then in the task bar at top click mail> preferences> viewing.then uncheck the box as shown in the photo.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Feb 22, 2016


After buying a new MacBook Pro, what are some things you should do to it right away?

Here is my suggestions that proved to ease my productivity and experience with every Mac laptop I've had.
1. Learn the basic Swipe Gestures: Use your fingers to use your Mac in

OS X El Capitan

2. Take a few minutes to learn the basic Hotkey Functions in the Mac OS Operating system. OS X keyboard shortcuts. This will quickly improve your overall experience when working with different applications and ease your daily workflow.
3. Learn the basic on Installing Applications How to install an application on your Mac. ( Often new mac users forget to delete the .DMG 'Disk Image' file afterwards. Which is essentially your 'installation file'. If you don't need it anymore after installation, why keep it?)
4. Easily find everything you are looking for on your mac using the built-in Mac Basics: Spotlight. (Learn the simple hotkey)
5. You can try and install a small application calledSpectacle . It's a small application that runs in the background. As they say on their website; "
Move and resize your windows with ease" Take a few minutes to learn and use the hotkeys. It might seem as a lot to do for just learning to resize your windows, but it's really not, and I find it to be very useful.
6. Go get Dropbox - Downloading Dropbox and Google Drive - Free Cloud Storage
7. Visit the AppStore So many powerful apps. Built right in. An icon for the AppStore should be located in your Dock or Application folder. Here you will find a lot of free and paid apps.
8. Browsers. Pick your favorite and download/install them. Chrome, Mozilla Firefox Web Browser, Opera browser - The alternative web browser. You should already have Safari installed .
9. Setup iCloud. Your content. On all your devices. Sync your Calendar, Contacts, Photos etc. to the "Cloud".
10. Connect to your social networks like Facebook & Twitter. Setting Up Twitter & Other Social Networks

on Jan 11, 2016 | Apple MacBook Pro Notebook

Hard drive could be heading south. Can we assume the several 1000 emails are not important as they are not archived? Is so I suggest getting a SSD and replacing the stock HD.

Apple MacBook... | Answered on Oct 28, 2015

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