Why is my MacBook Pro Turning ON with a black screen?
Many reasons that cause a Black screen on Macbook Pro. If you experience a MacBook Pro black screen while rebooting your MacBook Pro, the following reasons are.
- Hardware problem: if you have recently dropped your Mac and some damage happened to the screen. This could cause the Display to go black completely. In this situation, we should take our Macbook to experts to check it for hardware failure.
- Firmware corrupted: instaling the wrong application and having Viruses can corrupt the IOS. Fix this Problem, Reinstall the ISO and redownload all the Display drivers by guidance.
- Water Damage: If your MacBook has been water damaged recently, it could damage the screen. In this situation, you need a new screen replacement.
To check the Display, connect the system to an external Display via HDMI Cable to see if you can see the desktop icon on the external monitor. Then take a flashlight and place it on the desktop at an angle to see if you can see the blurred shape of your desktop icons.
Assume your external monitor is working correctly, and the light of the flashlight allows you to see desktop icons. In that case, the Problem can be attributed to a malfunction of the backlight Chip and need expert Tech to take to look at this Problem. The technician Will take it down and diagnose Mackbook Black Screen.
Okay, that’s the Problem. A chip on the logic board converts the power from the Chip to the accurate Signal and Voltage for the backlight LED. These are usually damaging by getting the system wet if you have ever put the laptop on a damp surface or something splashed on it.
Boot into Safe Mode
Occasionally the black screen on Mac results from corrupt data on the startup disk. There is a way to fix this Problem, and A simple solution is to push your Mac to run diagnostics on the disk by booting it in safe mode.
safe mode method
- Power up or restart your Mac
- Hold the Shift key until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
- Let go of the Shift key and let the system startup.
The boot is likely to take longer than usual because it’s running diagnostics during the boot sequence. Let it finish the safe-mod boot to completion.
After it finishes starting up, restart again to leave the safe mode. It will usually start to see if the screen problem has been fixed. If the problem is still there, it is going to either the screen or the motherboard. If the user cannot locate the issue, take your MacBook to Macbook Repair Store and get it checked by a Technician.