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On Macs with Apple silicon, press and hold down the Power button, and then select Options from the menu on your screen. On Macs with an Intel processor, press the Power button and then press and hold down Command + R keys at the same time. Select the Reinstall macOS option. Place your Mac on a hard surface. Turn off your Mac by going to the Apple menu  Shut Down. Turn on your Mac and immediately press and hold the D key. Keep holding the D key until you see the language screen. If macOS Catalina encounters a problem at the end of installation, and then shows an error message, restart your Mac and press Command + Option + R on your keyboard while the Mac boots to start up.

I was downlloading software from the Mac store, and after I downloaded it the computer told me to restart. And when i was waitting before the computer restarted then I closed it before it finished restarting. Now when i try to go on my mac, all it says is, 'computer restarted because of a problem.... press any button to continue startup' I press it then I get a white screen with the apple sign on it and black text on the screen and this is what I seen for the most part. It continuely does this and I don't know what to do. Please hel[
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Circle with a line through it

Learn what to do if your Mac starts up to a circle with a line through it (prohibitory symbol).

Question mark

Because

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Options with a gear icon

Step

Learn what to do if your Mac starts up to Options with a gear icon.

Blank (empty) screen

Learn what to do if your Mac starts up to a blank screen, such as an empty gray, black, or blue screen.

Apple logo

Learn what to do if your Mac starts up to an Apple logo or progress bar.

Globe with alert symbol

A globe with an exclamation point means that your Mac tried to start up from macOS Recovery over the Internet, but couldn't. Learn what to do if your Mac can't start up from macOS Recovery.

Lock icon

If your Mac is using a firmware password, the lock icon appears when you try to start up from another disk or volume, such as an external drive or macOS Recovery. Enter the firmware password to continue.

System lock PIN code

Your Mac asks for a PIN code when it has been remotely locked using Find My. Enter the four-digit or six-digit passcode to continue.

Login window

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Macbook Your Computer Restarted Because Of A Problem Press A Key Button

At the login window, enter your user account password to log in to your Mac. If FileVault is turned on, this also unlocks your disk. You might see a default desktop picture in the background, which might change to your chosen desktop picture when you select your account.

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Macbook your computer restarted because of a problem press a key message

Thunderbolt, USB, or FireWire symbol

A large Thunderbolt , USB , or FireWire symbol against a dark background means that your Mac is in target disk mode.

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Your Computer Restarted Because Of A Problem Press A Key Or Wait Macbook

  • Learn what to do if your Mac displays a message that it restarted because of a problem.
  • When starting up from Windows using Boot Camp, your Mac doesn't show an Apple logo or the other macOS screens in this article.