Has your MacBook become sluggish, or is it showing signs of aging? Are you thinking about a MacBook repair to solve the problem? Or are you planning on discarding your MacBook due to its issues?

Before you take any step, we have listed 5 common MacBook problems and MacBook repair solutions. 

List of 5 MacBook Problems with Solutions is as follows:

Problem 1: Incompatible Login Items:

Are you staring at a blue screen when you start up your Mac? This might indicate that one of your startup items which are apps that startup automatically when you start up your Mac, is incompatible with the macOS.

Solution: You can conveniently remove all login items one at a time and start up your Mac after every removal to see if the problem is solved.

Fording so, follow these simple MacBook repair steps:

  1. System Preferences>Users & Groups, and then click your name on the left under the current user.
  2. Highlight an app and click the “-” sign below.

This will get removed from the login item list, and you can restart the Mac to see if the issue is fixed or not.

If the issue is not fixed, you can go back to the list, remove another app, and keep going until the culprit is found.

Problem 2:Startup Issues:

A common MacBook repair problem is if the Mac fails to boot correctly and you are staring at a blank or grey startup screen instead of the desktop. It’s time to reboot your Mac in Safe Mode.

In the safe mode, the macOS will boot with the bare minimum of software and drivers needed, run a check of your startup disk, and repair any directory issues causing these startup issues.

Solution: For turning on the Safe Mode, start the Mac and then press and hold the Shift key. The Apple logo appears, followed by the login screen. You can then release the shift key once the Apple logo disappears and the login screen reappears. It can take a few minutes before you get to the login screen as the MacOs run the diagnostics on your hard disk. As usual, for leaving safe mode and starting up your Mac, restart the Mac without holding any keys.

Problem 3: Spinning Beach ball:

If you continue seeing the spinning ball regularly, it’s time to look at what might be causing the slowdown.

Solution: Start by opening the Activity Monitor ( you can search for it and find it in the Utility folder inside your Application folder.) to see the impact of the apps currently running on your system’s resources.

In the Activity Monitor window, you can view real-time stats on the amount of CPU and memory resources every app uses. You can even use the activity monitor to quit any app that uses more resources. 

Problem 4: Unresponsive App:

Sometimes, an app you constantly use can occasionally trip up your Mac and cause it to Hang.

Solution: When an app freezes, it won’t let you do anything, including quitting it. You can Enter Force Quit. You can choose the Force Quit menu from the Apple icon in the upper-left corner or hit Command-Option-Escape. You just have to highlight the app that’s not responding and hit the Force Quit button.

Problem 5: No Internet Connection:

Sometimes Macbook freaks out and can’t connect to a WI-FI network.

Solution: On the Network page in the System Preferences section, click the Advanced button in the lower-left, and you will view a list of preferred networks. These are all the WI-FI connections you have connected to in the past. Highlight your WIFI network, after which click the “-” button. Choose the Remove option to forget it. Once your network is removed and forgotten, you can click the WI-FI icon menu bar and reconnect to your preferred network via entering the password and starting anew.

  • Takeaway:

Simple MacBook repair can be done DIY by following the mentioned solution steps. However, if your Macbook faces severe issues, it is always better to show it to a Macbook repair professional. You can visit Techcare Plus in New Zealand to solve your complex MacBook repair problems.