Aug 17, 2015

Never lose a byte of data from MacBook - Prohibition sign, Flashing question mark, Grey screen or a mac that sits simply.

Never lose a byte of data from MacBook - Does your MacBook popping prohibited symbol or logo, or not turning up or os corrupted or cant startup with mac os from windows or sdd corrupted or missing support partion and the situation you dont have the back up and your device is out of warranty is not sweet.
Nothing can be more frustrating than turning on your Mac only to find that it won't start up. Instead of seeing the Finder, you see a blue or gray screen, an icon of a broken folder, a kernel panic, a flashing question mark, or a computer that just sits there. What can you do? Don't worry. It could be a simple issue that you can fix yourself sometimes, but not it works always.
The first step to help your Mac start up again is to identify which symptom you see. Once you know what the symptom is, you can try to fix it. Here's a list of the most common things you might see if your Mac turns on but doesn't start up.

Things that you view with mac may be one of these or may not be.

  1. You see an empty, blue screen. You might also see a progress indicator, which looks like a colored pinwheel or spinning disc.
  2. A "broken folder" icon, a  prohibitory sign, or "kernel panic"message appears.
  3. You see a blank, gray screen.
  4. A flashing question mark appears.
  5.  None of the above happens, but your Mac doesn't start up.
Image result for macbook prohibitory sign


And things you shouldn't try which may make you to lose the files.

  • Erasing disk,
  • Contracting or expanding disk,
  • Renaming the disk,
  • Portioning the disk, 
  • Changing the format of disk,
  • Deleting unknown partions,
  • Erasing unknown partions,

Things to try to repair your mac on own - if it works that's sweet.

  • Shutdown > Startup holding down alt > Cmd + R ( high speed internet connection required for os x 10 ) > Recovery mode > repair disk
  • Try repairing and verifying two three times
  • PRAM RESET
  • Booting into single user mode


And if it doesn't work, here I am to help for you at your door in Bangalore only!! Shoot an 📧  email @ sachinn.v2@gmail.com about your problem, current state of your machine, importance of data, and contact number and address, and get a quote back soon.
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