It also notify's me that my start up disc is full. So, my sister was fooling around on my laptop, and somehow managed to change the color display. If you have any further problem, just comment below, and we will solve it within here. Working in Safe Mode might need some patience and compromise. The process apparently stops there and the spinning circle appears. Hello everyone I've been trying to assemble my first Hackintosh.
There are a couple of ways of doing this: 1. As I understood, my video hardware is not compatible with the new version of Sierra. However, it is nevertheless a machine and sadly, does indeed malfunction at times. If you have enough space then skip and move on to the next step. Your advice helped me through the installation process. You'll need to shut your Mac back down, reconnect one peripheral, and then restart your Mac.
This issue was first time detected in 27-inch, Mid 2011 iMac model with 3. If your Mac starts and makes it to the login screen or the desktop, then verify that your startup drive is working correctly. Apple had accepted the fault and also conducted a recall program for the affected model. A bad peripheral can make its associated driver software stuck in loop while it waits for the peripheral to respond to a command and thus can prevent a Mac from starting up, and cause it to stuck. Till login is fine but after that its plain white screen. Remember do all this with Main Power plugged in. Obviously Intel Hyper-V is enabled.
You can to check and repair your drive; you may even need to replace the drive. My other apps like Safari and Chrome would shut down within a few seconds of opening them. If the Mac were able to start in safe mode, it would have been easier to free up disk space on startup disk as you could have simply gone to different folders, checked the unwanted file and deleted them and finally emptied the trash to claim more space. Go to Utilities menu up at the top and select terminal. It's still stuck that way! Try booting from if you created one earlier and then repair and clean your original startup disk.
After the disc appears select it then click on the downward pointing arrow button. I don't know what other things I can do in single user mode. What is the problem and how can I diagnose? This all started when I had to turn off my Mac because it had completely froze. However, If you have the FileVault enabled, it shows a login window before loading the single user environment and ask for the administrator password who encrypted the hard drive using FileVault. This way you can find the problematic peripherals, which will cause the Mac to stall again at start up right after connecting it.
However, when i try to connect my iphone 5s to the virtual high sierra it loops between connecting and disconnecting between the host windows 10 and the virtual high sierra os. After reading lots of discussions forum and supporting hundreds of users, here are the reasons that I have learned which causes the Mac stuck during boot. There could be so many possible causes to this grey screen problem, sometimes an incompatible or malfunctioning hardware attached to the Mac or low disk space on your startup disk stalls the Mac during initializing the system processes. If you are experiencing any of these problems and looking for a solution. Plus, there are various types of problems, which includes installing problem, graphics issues and much more. I don't have a Sandy Bridge machine to test it against, so you will have to try it out yourself.
This really happened to me. Now you have the list and you can find the third party kext, so just move the third party kext into kextbackup folder. However, I've yet to unleash the awesome power of MultiBeast currently ethernet, internal graphics and audio not working. If you have more than one user account and you do not need anything stored by the other account you can simply delete the home folder belonging to the unwanted account. If you are seeing a dark grey screen with a loading bar stuck at 75 percent, or a spinning gear just underneath the Apple Logo then it is most likely that your Mac is having trouble loading kexts, drivers, or other system processes.
Thanks SydneyBush for the Step by Step Troubleshooting! Wait for the boot manager screen to appear, then insert the installer disc into the optical drive. Maybe I'll try again after increasing the memory of the vm. Double check every command for typo before executing it as it could be dangerous and lead to data lose. So, type these commands to delete them. When the Startup Manager displays, use the left or right arrow keys to cycle between hard drive options. I probably let my iMac sit there for ~15-20 minutes maybe, with no change.