- To fix M1 macbook pro or air keeps restarting itself or randomly after macOS Monterey update -> you need to disconnect all connected devices and restart your mac.
- Reset SMC on M1 Macbook pro and restart your m1 macbook in safe mode and fix m1 macbook pro or air keeps restarting issue after update.
- You need to update your macOS to the latest version and reinstall macOS to fix macbook randomly restraining or keeps restarting and kernel panic issue of m1 macbook pro or air.
If you have updated your M1 macbook pro or air and having an issue of m1 MacBook pro keeps restraining itself randomly on its own because of a problem press any key or wait for few seconds or m1 macbook pro keeps restarting at boot then you need to follow these simple methods and get rid of this macbook pro or air keeps restarting error on MacBook m1 pro.
M1 MacBook pro or air keeps restarting after you have updated your macOS occurs due to software installation errors or if MacBook air not starting after update or if MacBook gets interrupted during the update or macOS error or mac restarts after you enter password.
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Fix M1 MacBook Pro/Air Keeps Restarting itself Randomly After macOS Monterey Update
Follow below solutions and fix M1 MacBook Pro or Air Keeps Restarting itself Randomly After macOS Monterey Update.
Solution 1: Disconnect the Peripheral Devices
Step 1: Disconnect all external peripheral devices like Scanners, Printers, Pen Drives, Hard Drives, Usb Hubs etc..from your Mac.
Step 2: After that Restart your Mac and check if your problem is solved or not.
Step 3: if you want to connect external devices then connect one by one and find which device causes an issue
Note : Don’t connect the external devices before turning on your mac, first turn on your mac and then connect the external device
Solution 2: Reset SMC
Before trying this solution disconnect all external peripherals devices from your mac
Step 1: First shut down your Mac, Go to Apple Menu then Click on Shutdown and Again click on Shutdown or you can also Shutdown your Mac to hold down the power button/touch id until your Mac turns off
Step 2: After that hold down the control + option + shift + power button/touch id simultaneously for 7 seconds after that release the keys
Step 3: Press the power button/touch id to turn on your mac.
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Solution 3: Restart your Mac in Safe Mode
Step 1: Shut down your Mac to hold down the power button/touch id until your Mac turn off then wait for few seconds
Step 2: After that hold down the power button or touch id until you see the startup options window
Step 3: Select your startup disk and hold down the shift key and click continue ( click “continue” while holding the shift key)
Step 4: Click continue in safe mode while holding the shift key then release the shift key until the login window appears on the screen
Step 5: Now enter your login details now check if your problem is solved or not
Step 6: if the problem still continues then restart your mac, open apple menu then click on restart and again click on restart
Solution 4: Update your Mac
Update your mac to the latest version of your Macos and then check if the problem is solved or not
Step 1: Open Apple Menu and Select System Preferences
Step 2: Click on Software Update then click on Update Now or Upgrade Now
Solution 5: Reinstall MacOS
Step 1: Turn off your Mac to hold down the power button/ touch id until mac turn off then wait for few seconds
Step 2: Hold down the power button or touch id until you see the startup options window
Step 3: Click on options and then click on continue then wait for a few seconds then Macos utilities window will appear with four options.
Step 4: Now Select Reinstall MacOS Monterey and Click on Continue and follow the on screen instructions to Reinstall Macos.
Why Does My M1 MacBook Pro or Air Keep Restarting?
M1 MacBook pro or air keeps restarting itself due to software glitches and unexpected restarts is due to improper installation of softwares on your M1 MacBook and by simple restarting or force restarting or by restarting your macbook is called kernel panic and macOS feels it gets fixed and that is the reason Macbook restarts on its own.