Apple has recently released macOS Sierra for OS X 10.11 El Capitan users with significant updates and bug fixes across the board. Though, the new package comes with great features but also have handful of problems like Wi-Fi connectivity issue and unexpected errors.
Similarly, there are many issues you may encounter while updating this OS version on your Mac. To deal with these issues, here below we brought list of all common problems that are bothering Mac users with right mix of troubleshooting tips to overcome the issues effectively.
macOS Sierra Freezes or Crashes While Installing
Mac is crashing before you finish the updating process and sometimes not respond for very long time, freezes everything not allow you to do any other action on your PC. To avoid such issues disable or uninstall antivirus software on your Mac machine and again run the update. Freezing issue can also occur due to running updates over Wi-Fi network which is not strong enough to download such updates, connect your Mac with wired connection and run the update process.
Apps Damaged or Not Open and Showing Error
Many Mac users are complaining about the apps that are not opening or showing error message “'file damaged and can't be opened”. To fix this error you have to delete cache in macOS Sierra and to do this job you need to open the finder window from Go to Folder. Remove all the cache data from every folder and repeat the process with library cache memory. If you need help you can call at Mac technical support number +1-877-232-0717 and get quick online assistance to clear cache files from your system.
macOS Sierra Not Starts or Unable to Boot
After updating if your Mac machine not starting up, you need to hold down the command key with option P and R will reset the NVRAM (non-volatile RAM). Keep holding the keys down till your Mac restarts and you listen a sound of startup chime for two times. After hearing the sound release the keys and PRAM will be reset hopefully solve booting problem. At this moment you can take help for Mac OS X technical support and get right assistance at your desk.
Unable to Find the Data on Mac
This is one of the major problems among the Mac users, who not able to find their data after updating to macOS Sierra. Actually, due to update, data is not deleted from the hard drive, but it is not visible due to disk fragmentation. At this stage you need to call at Apple help number +1-877-232-0717 and allow a remote session on your Mac to find the data safely. You will also get online solution for other problems you face at the time of updating to macOS Sierra with assured results.