MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot

MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot

Sometimes suddenly on your MacBook you may face issues on you MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up and will not go to welcome screen or start screen of your MacBook and this occurs mainly due to RAM

There are several different methods to fix this issue and resolve it on your own, So lets see them in detail how to fix MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot.

MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot:

First Things first – Disconnect and Re-Connect all Power cord connectors:

Step 1: Shut down your MacBook

Step 2: Disconnect all power cord connectors connected to your MacBook (unplug everything) Printers, Pen drive, scanner, hubs, external hard drive etc.

Step 3: Wait for few seconds and reconnect all the power cord connectors like before.

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Step 4: Now turn on your MacBook and see it starts normally or you are facing same issue.

If you still face issue of your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up then follow the below methods first.

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Restart Mac in safe mode to fix MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up

Step 1: Turn off your MacBook.

Step 2: Hold down the power button until your mac turns off. (For touch id – hold touch id for 5 seconds).

Step 3: Now turn on your MacBook – After pressing the power button immediately hold down shift key.

Step 4: Hold down shift key and apple logo will appear and don’t let go shift key now, let go off holding shift key when login window appears.

Step 5: If you MacBook air or pro is encrypted with file Vault you will be prompted to login twice.

That’s it once you login and enter safe mode successfully, restart your mac and you will not be facing any issue of MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up any more, it will be working normally now.

Reset SMC to FIX MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up

Step 1: Turn off your mac and hold down shift + Control + Option + Power Button simultaneously.

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Step 2: Wait for 10 seconds and release the keys.

Step 3: Now turn on your MacBook pro or MacBook air.

Reset PRAM/NVRAM  to fix MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up

Step 1: Turn off your MacBook and then press power button on your mac

Step 2: Now Immediately after pressing power button – Hold down Option + Command + P Keys simultaneously.

Step 3: Let go all the keys when apple logo appears for second time.

Step 4: Now wait for your MacBook pro or MacBook Air to restart.

Note : It May take up to 30-40 minutes to restart sometimes.

Reinstall macOS to fix MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up

Step 1: Turn off your Mac and press power or touch button to turn on.

Step 2: After pressing power button, immediately hold Command + R key simultaneously until apple logo appears.

Step 3: Now macOS utilities window will appear -> Select Reinstall macOS and then click continue.

Step 4: Follow on screen instructions to re-install macOS Catalina.

That’s it, once you have successfully reinstall macOS then you will not see any error like MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up or start loop issue.

Why MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up?

This is due to incompatible software’s or RAM issues or also hard drive (no space) as well and peripheral devices.

How to fix MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Keeps Restarting and doesn’t boot up

You can fix by several different methods, like reinstall macOS, Restart MacBook in safe mode, reset PRAM/NVRAM, Reset SMC and other different methods explained in this article.