Black Screen. HELP SUPER URGENT
Also fully uninstall your current video card drivers. pball508-21-2012, 11:35 AMCould be faulty hardware but you'd probably be getting BSODs if that were the case. After fiddling with brightness (had that issue before) I found this article and tried 3 solutions one after the other. I tried doing wipe and reset and reboot options by entering recovery mode but it does not work. http://mysqlzine.net/black-screen/welcome-screen-load-time-or-black-screen-with-a-cursor.html
Steps to solve issue (MacBook turns on makes the sound but no display or cursor, just a dark screen) 1) turn off system 2) push power button then immediately hold the Reply Will says: January 15, 2015 at 6:58 am Try booting while holding Option+Command+P+R James says: January 20, 2015 at 12:21 pm Just want to say that Will's solution (Option+Command+P+R) worked The third one worked for me Reply Kirsty says: February 27, 2015 at 12:19 pm Thank you so much for this article, third option worked perfectly!! Saved me the trouble of having to pay to fix it! http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/301119-black-screen-help-super-urgent.html
This issue never happened with me so I´m just guessing and trying to help. Nothing worked. Reply Marten Otten says: October 11, 2015 at 8:50 pm The black screen happend 2 me 2.
When the black screen came back up, power butten, "s" key, power off, restart…still nothing. 3. Also fully uninstall your current video card drivers. At least, you know you've done your best in keeping the Mac in tip-top shape, so you can roughly guess and zoom in on a software problem/ hard disk corruption if Did it get moved or jarred at all?
And if you have continued problems throu out the day till a nights worth of cool down then that sounds like a component failure on your card. Another thing I'm concerned about . to clean the contacts. Again.
The best course however is to go back to where you bought it and get a replacement. Reply C Love says: February 28, 2015 at 8:13 am I had to try all 3, and finally the PRAM reset worked for me. So in the beginning when it crashed.. Reply Meelis says: June 14, 2015 at 11:51 pm Third PRAM Reset solved the issue.
Personally this MacBook of mine has died 30+ times to count, and I have over 10+ slips of repair invoices and even had all my receipts and numbers digitized for "easy I did this connected to a secondary monitor so I could see what was happening. If no one else says what nvidia driver is confirmed to be working for them just use a well liked driver from a few months ago. On Yosemite, Macbook pro 15″ retina.
Reply China man says: January 30, 2015 at 10:46 pm I want to say option command r p power saved my life !! check my blog Reply Kevin says: February 19, 2015 at 10:13 am Booting to safe directory mode and moving the loginwindow plist file solution worked for me. So, just in case all those solutions don't work, don't pull your hair out just yet. That sounds like over heating issue or even a corrupt nv4disp file Make sure you airflow isn't being blocked and intake of air is just as even as outgoing As for
So the top MacBook thought the screen was closed (and so, turned it off). Then I followed the startup repair... If it boots, install a different recent version of your video card drivers. this content Please help urgently.
Mac is run. Not with just CS:GO or did you try the beta of CS:GO and after that the problems started? Reply Wade says: February 18, 2015 at 1:15 pm I'm having this problem as I write this.
Thanks so much whoever from genius bar posted all the solutions.
The fix I did was, with the connections still in place, I did a SMC restart (SHIFT+CTRL+OPT+POWER, then Power on) and the Start up Apple logo came up! HELP SUPER URGENT My pc was working just fine , I restarted and.. If you have no experience in troubleshooting hardware (it can be a pain) I recommend getting professional help as you may just cause more damage. Obviously a fault with the Apple software!!
All the best and hope you find your solution! BSOD Help and Support Dual Monitors (2) Black Screen ! I have heard of that happening before. have a peek at these guys It kept crashing and my computer kept not recognizing my graphics card.
And Source was not a problem.. Thank you so much! or overheating GPU... Urgent!
Reply Kungfupanda says: January 28, 2015 at 4:55 pm Shift, ctrl, cmd & power finally worked for me. Reply Cleyton Joseph says: November 23, 2014 at 5:30 am Hi, Maybe you can check if booting an OSX installation pendrive, to see if the graphics start to work. It's so dumb, it's only when i play the game this stuff happens. Bf3 can run for hours, same with Tf2, l4d2, etc EnragedNinja10-03-2013, 02:35 PMSince i have been diagnosing this problem i have been seeing a lot of threads with the same issue
And now have black screen. Best guess: I have been using the number keys quite alot so I guess I was also hitting the brightness key accidentally and repeatedly until I hit one too many times