MacOS Sierra is the new OS for Mac system and as many people are interested to install it. But as many people are installing it there are issues which arise with the installation of macOS Sierra. The problems are identified during and after installation of the macOS Sierra. Here we are discussing few issues regarding macOS Sierra problems and their recommended solutions.
Problems during Installation
The first thing you need to do before the installation is to disable the antivirus on your Mac. Then during the installing if your system becomes unresponsive then you need to run your system in safe mode to complete the installing. Make sure you have a good internet connection to complete the task.
- Press down the power button until the system shuts down.
- Turn on power button and when you hear the startup sound press down until you see an apple logo. Now release the key and system boots in safe mode.
- Now complete the installation of macOS Sierra in safe mode.
Mac won’t Start after Installation Process
This is the most common problem that mac won’t run successfully after the installation is complete. Some says the screen is stuck with the white screen and some complains above the grey screen on reboot. To cope with this problem try to reset the NVRAM and PRAM. Performing these operations described below your Mac will start without any issues.
- Restart Mac and hold down command, option, P and R key together to reset the NVRAM.
- Try to shut down Mac, unplug all the cables wait for few minutes, plug them on to MAC and restart now to reset system management controller.
Mac won’t open the apps
After updating to macOS Sierra another major problem which is faced is the apps couldn’t be opened.
- To solve this issue you first need to clear the cache.
- Go to Finder window, Choose ‘Go’ from menu and select ‘Go to Folder’.
- In the text box type ~/Library/Caches
- Delete the files from every folder.
- Now, repeat the same process with typing /Library/Caches (without the ~ symbol)
- Clear the PRAM by Restart Mac and hold down command, option, P and R key together to reset the PRAM.
Hope these solutions fixed the macOS Sierra problems faced before and after installation.