Problem:You would like to have certain programs starting with your system. Solution Press windows key + R In the “Run” box type “Shell:startup” (without quotations) Copy the application icon into the folder.
Problem If your Mac is having any of the following issues, try running Safe Boot first and if that does not work, try Single User Mode as detailed below. Flashing question mark appears when trying to boot Gray screen with a stuck or always showing progress bar White or Blue Screen upon boot Unable to… Continue reading Troubleshooting with Single User Mode
Problem If your Mac has any of the following issues then getting it into Safe Boot may help: Flashing question mark appears when trying to boot Gray screen with a stuck or always showing progress bar White or Blue Screen upon boot Unable to repairing permissions System is running extremely slow Unable to log in… Continue reading Safe Boot Mode for Mac
Problem When you start your computer, a notepad window appears with some text. The name of the file is “desktop”. It may contain the following text: “[.ShellClassInfo] LocalizedResourceName=@%SystemRoot%\system32\shell32.dll,-21787” Cause This is caused by the desktop.ini files (created by Windows) being present in (at least) one of the startup folders. The files should be set with… Continue reading “desktop” file opens in Notepad on startup
Problem When you turn on your Mac, you a see a flashing question mark. It may continue to load up normally. Solution If you are able to login after seeing the question mark: Click the Apple icon in the top left of the screen. Click System Preferences. Click the Startup Disk option. Select the main… Continue reading Flashing question mark when starting Mac