An Easy Way to Avoid “Yellow vertical line” on the Screen of Macbook

Macbook is one of the latest appliances crammed with multiple features and functions that work incredibly. But sometimes it also causes several errors and make the data inaccessible saved in it. Due to various adverse causes like virus attack, corruption of the hard drive, improper shutdown of the system, corruption of the graphics card etc, Macbook generates various problems and disallows you to access the saved data and files. One of the common problems aroused in Macbook is the occurrence of Yellow vertical line on its screen.

These days many of the people are complaining about this problem. This problem occurs due to the corruption or damage of the graphics card of Macbook. When the Yellow vertical line appears on the screen then you fail to work as you are unable to see the screen properly. And in some cases this also generates many types of severe problems that can also cause data loss. It is important to eradicate this problem quickly so that you can prevent the Macbook from further problems and keep the files and data safe.

As this issue occurred due to the problems in graphic card then it can be recovered by just resetting the PRAM and NVRAM. And for this you have to follow certain steps:-

  • Firstly, properly turn off the Macbook

  • Search out the given keys on the keyboard i.e. Option, Command, P and R as you will have to press all the keys simultaneously in the next step.

  • Then Switch on the system

  • Now press the combination of keys mentioned above until the appearance of grey screen

  • Release the keys when the system restarts.

It is not certain that this manual steps can recover the problem of Yellow vertical line on the screen. So in this case you will have to use Macbook data recovery software. This software is based on strong algorithm and influential features that can recover this problem easily, quickly and without making any loss. Not only this, it also have the capability to repair and undelete the lost files.

System Requirements

Processor: Intel Power PC (G4 or later)

Operating System: OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard, 10.4 Tiger, and 10.3.9 Panther

Memory: 256 MB

Hard Disk: 40Mb