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If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Thanks! share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply vslo, Aug 25, 2012 vslo thread starter macrumors regular Joined: Jul 9, 2010 #6 Really? I see that on my machine when I plug in or unplug an external display. http://helpsbs.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-effect-on-sleep.html

It should also be worth mentioning that the keyboard is rendered non-functional as well.Sometimes, OS X will appear on both displays, with mouse cursor active, keyboard inactive, but I am unable mscsnoopy Similar issue for me - MBA 2011 will crash / restart after going to sleep - and than fails to find a system volume. I am using a mini display port to DVI adapter to the Dell display. My fans run more loudly, and whenever I put my laptop to sleep, the next morning I can not get it to awaken by the normal click of the trackpad or

I have to manually press de power button to shut down my macbook pro. Reply Tockly says: February 19, 2015 at 12:01 am Thank you. CloseQuantcast Metrics CloseQuantcast Metrics – Quantcast provides various analytics, demographics and insights into the audience of HighTechDad.com CloseHighTechDad Giveaways! but It's working and I'm happy !

In fact the screen is turned off but the imac is running normally. I already reset the the VRAM and the SMU. I went to the Bootcamp Control panel (accessed by clicking the grey diamond Bootcamp icon in the pop up arrow on the bottom task bar), clicked through to get to the Once i just smashed my keyboard after a few hours and that somehow worked too…) do not suggest that last one.

Macbook Pro Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014, with OS X 10.9.5 Reply Andrea says: July 25, 2015 at 10:21 am Thank you, thank you! It takes a few seconds to transfer this data from the HDD to the RAM. I just do not know how to fix it. this page Your code here just got me my computer back!!!

Still the black screen. 6. Take it to your local Apple Store. My power settings look like this: Also, be sure to check the comments below as people are leaving some great suggestions! I was in desperate need of the machine this weekend, and I had no time to return to an Apple Store.

Reply Roger says: December 28, 2014 at 2:28 am My MBA mid 2013 OS X Mavericks was totally locked with the black screen ana a movable cursor. i thought about this Here's how!How To Fix MacOS Sierra Beta Blank Screen & Crash After Sleep [Update #3]How to fix a MacBook Pro 15" Retina running MacOS Sierra (10.12) beta that has issues waking AirSquirrels, the makers of AirParrot and AirParrot 2, are aware of that problem and are working on a fix. Maybe this is an alternate option for you.

What is previously black becomes just about visible. this content May 8, 2010 I'm not entirely sure how long my iMac has been doing this, maybe two weeks? Good Hunting! Alerts Alert Preferences Show All...

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Also, the keyboard is unresponsive at the login screen, but the mouse cursor moves and the display goes to sleep normally. Yükleniyor... Nothing changed.

Disabled MacID - since Apple is building in very similar functionality to MacID which automatically locks or unlocks your Mac based on your iPhone or Apple Watch's proximity to your computer,

After entering my password, the display worked but I couldn't stop the reboot. What happens is I leave it, come back to it after a few hours, open the lid and the computer doesn't start immediately. Again. Reply Maggie says: January 24, 2015 at 11:13 am I tried rebooting with option command p r and it made the chime.

Wouter J Rietsema FYI, I downloaded the official Sierra OS to my iMac. So hopefully no more issues! The trick is to use both hands, left for command option, right thumb and "pinky" for P R. check over here Mac-Forums.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Web Hosting Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data Center Knowledge Data Center

I have my room light on so I guess I didn't notice the screen getting dimmer and dimmer. Reply Simeon Hanks says: February 12, 2015 at 3:28 pm The three fixes above didn't help. The exact issue I was experiencing was that my machine would boot to a black screen (no Apple logo) and not display the login screen until I slept the computer and