It is indeed annoying when your MacBook restarts often and most importantly when you are doing an important task.
Have you encountered this? If yes, and you want a solution too before your Mac becomes completely dysfunctional read on further.
An update problem
Refresh your mind to recollect if you missed an update. You just hit the ‘Remind Me later icon’ and forgot about it. A missed MacOS update can be the reason for constant restart. It affects your Mac settings.
The best and only solution is to install all the updates that you have missed. You have to restart after all the updates have been installed. This may take quite some time but a good solution for your problem.
In case the updates won’t install because your device is old, you should think of upgrading the Mac from the best macbook repair Singapore.
Breakdown of peripheral devices
The blue screen of death of your MacBook may also happen due to the failure of peripheral devices. This may happen immediately after your device starts. A peripheral device is an auxiliary device connected to your device like the keyboard, graphic card, mouse, mic, loudspeaker, webcam etc.
To solve this issue remove all attached devices and then try working on your Mac. If there is no issue then you know one of the removed peripheral devices is the culprit. Now connect them one by one to find out which among them is causing trouble. This is a simple way to solve the issue.
A kernel panic may happen sometimes. This is a boot issue faced in Linux-based systems. The kernel cannot load properly and results in a failed startup.
This may be due to any app you installed or a recent software update. In such cases read the error message displayed. If there is any further information like the name of the software causing trouble, note it down. Try to fix the problem by reinstalling the software after manually removing it. If it does not solve your problem, contact the service center.
Flaw in MacOS
There may be issues beyond simple repairs. Here, you may have to reinstall your MacOS. Reinstalling your OS will lead to loss of data.
Ensure that you take professional help in this as you have to backup all your important data, photos, and other information that you may need later.
If all basic troubleshooting does not seem to help, try contacting your Apple store. They can help you in the proper identification of problems and provide timely solutions.