Top 3 Concerned OS X El Capitan Issues and Solutions

As the new version of Mac OS X, Mac OS X El Capitan has similar look like the Mac OS X Yosemite. Mac fans are looking forwards to have more new functions added in this new operating system. Just like updating iOS version, you may encounter some issues when you upgrade Mac OS to El Capitan. Here we sort out some common problems and relevant solutions, hoping that you can get help from the following post.


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1. Mac Won't Start


Many MacBook users maybe encounter MacBook pro is slow to start up El Capitan. And even though choosing restarting option, Mac won’t restart, either. In that case, you can take the following steps.


Step 1. Make sure that you have a good connection from your Mac to the wall outlet by confirming the power cord. If the wall outlet is working and you still have no power, try another power cord or adapter. If it works you may need a replacement cord or adapter.


Step 2. Disconnect all accessories that are plugged in to the computer.


Step 3. If you recently installed any of the solid drive, hard drive, make sure that they are installed correctly and are compatible with your computer. If it is possible, reinstall the original memory or drive into the computer to find out if the behavior persists afterwards.


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2. Mac Reset Pram on Mac OS X El Capitan


If something goes wrong on you Mac/Mac Mini/MacBook Air, like drives not appearing, Bluetooth problems, AirPort non connecting etc. These aren't problems that simple resetting PRAM on Mac often works. This means system and device settings need to be put back in place.


Step 1. Shut down your Mac and Press the power button and then press the Command-Option-P-R keys on your keyboard.

Step 2. Make sure that you get those keys pressed before the gray screen comes up or it won't work.

Step 3. Hold those keys down until your Mac reboots again - you'll hear the startup chime twice.

Step 4. Let go of the keys, and PRAM is now reset.


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3. El Capitan Bluetooth Issues


If your Bluetooth accessories and connectivity has problems with El Capitan. You may unable to get Bluetooth to connect properly and let all your stuff play together well and wirelessly. Below are some idea to fix this issue.


Firstly, disconnect all USB preferences, shut the computer off for several minutes and try restart the Mac and Bluetooth.

Secondly, reset PRAM as above showed.

Thirdly, reset the System Management Controller (SMC)

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Note:  If you suffer from bluetooth not available MacBook pro, you can follow the steps as below to Reset the SMC on Mac portables with a user-removable battery


Step 1. Shut down your computer

Step 2. Disconnect your Mac portable from its MagSafe connector

Step 3. Remove the battery and press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds

Step 4. Release the power button

Step 5. Re-connect the battery

Step 6. Reconnect the MagSafe connector and then turn on your Mac with OS X El Capitan