Macbook Pro is one of the best notebook available in market. It is inbuilt with plenty of great software and applications which comes with Mac Os X. Apple Inc. has upgraded the Macbook pro configuration and providing new Sandy Bridge Intel core i5 processor and Thunderbolt technology which offers lightening transmissions. However at times due to various reasons stability of Macbook Pro gets affected and arise various problems. Macbook Pro won't turn on is one of the problems which has affected thousands of users all around the globe.
In such cases, whenever user tries to turn of there Macbook pro, it fails to perform the task. To get rid out of this aforesaid situation user tries to restart there system but the problem remains unsolved. After making several efforts, users are still unable to solve the problem. There are several reasons which are responsible for the Macbook pro won't turn on problem. Some of the common reasons are as mentioned below:
Hardware or software malfunctioning
Corrupted file systems
Missing of any important files and others
This problems effects the performance of Mac OS and not allows you to access your important files and folders. Sometimes, this problems also arise data loss situation which is very much frsutrating for any of computer users. So, in order to avoid such problem you need to fix Macbook Pro won't turn on problem immediately. You can perform this task with the below mentioned steps:
First, disconnect all the peripheral device which are connected to system
Next, see that is your power adapter working properly. If not, then unplug your adapter then try to restart your notebook.
Now, you need to check the battery level of Macbook pro. If it is discharged then recharge your battery and then restart it.
The Macbook Pro won't turn on problem also occurs due to the problems with system controller management. In such case, you have to reset SMC to avoid this problem
TIf the problem still persist, then it clearly indicates that something has went wrong with Mac OS X. Now, to resolve this problem, you need to reinstall Mac OS X. By reinstalling it, you will be able to resolve the problem but it will make your entire data inaccessible. In order to get back your important files and folders you can try contemporary Mac data recovery software.
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