Progress Bar Stuck at 100% After Installing macOS High Sierra?

Advance bar stuck at 100% in the wake of installing macOS High Sierra? A stuck advance bar for the most part happens when your PC endeavors to reboot from an unforeseen shutdown. Such a shutdown happens because of one of three issues:

  • A product blame making the PC reboot surprisingly
  • The power catch is constantly held down, driving a shutdown
  • A more seasoned battery rapidly depletes to 0% preceding the working framework has the chance to close down nimbly

Attempt the accompanying arrangements underneath, all together, to determine the issue.

Why Mac Stuck on loading bar on High Sierra

Boot your Mac in Safe Mode. To stack your Mac in Safe Mode, press and hold the Shift key while tapping the power catch to begin your PC. You can quit holding the Shift key when you see an Apple logo and advance bar. On the off chance that your PC stacks effectively, you will need to run disk upkeep on your startup disk:

  • Tap on Spotlight (upper right of your work area), type disk, tap on Applications: Disk Utility
  • In the left section of Disk Utility, select the Macintosh HD. On the off chance that there is in excess of one thing that says Macintosh HD, select the one in the photo beneath.
  • Tap on the Repair Disk Permissions catch and let it run a check. This should take 1 to 5 minutes.
  • Tap on Verify Disk to run an output, This ought to likewise take around 1 to 5 minutes.
  • Once both Repair Disk Permissions and the Repair Disk undertakings are finished, restart your PC typically without holding the Shift key: Click the Apple symbol on the upper left of your work area, and choose Restart.

Boot your Mac in Recovery Mode

To stack your Mac in Recovery Mode, press and hold the Command (⌘) and R keys while tapping the power catch to begin your PC. You can quit holding the Command (⌘) and R keys when you see an Apple logo and advance bar. At the screen where Apple requests that you select a dialect, just press enter. Presently take after stage 2 in Solution 1 (Boot your Mac in Safe Mode).

Attempted the accompanying however none settled it:

  • Boot to Safe Mode/Boot (squeeze left Shift in the wake of squeezing power until the point that the Apple logo shows up), however it’s adhered to 100% still.
  • PRAM reset (squeeze Command (?) + Option + P + R subsequent to squeezing power, hold until the point that the PC restarts and you hear a sound for a moment time)
  • SMC reset
  • Recovery mode (squeeze Command + R until the Apple logo appeas) at that point Disk Utility and run First Aid – no issues found
  • Single User Mode (squeeze Command + S) at that point issued the fsck – y – no issues found yet at the same time adhered to 100%

I thought it was the memory update/substitution that activated it, however it’s definitely not. Despite the fact that, I made a decent attempt drive and went to Recovery mode (Command + R in the wake of squeezing power) and reestablish from a Time Machine reinforcement (back to Lion however). At that point I could boot legitimately back to the work area, I at that point refreshed to El Capitan once more, at that point to Sierra. I had few shutdown and there was no issue. I did another shutdown and it has returned to advance bar adhered to 100%. However, I additionally overlooked that I likewise refreshed the HP and Epson printer drivers which caused the 100% stuck stacking bar issue.

I connected to the first hard drive back and began on Verbose Mode (Command + V), where it ceased on “SmartBattery: got done with surveying compose 1” at that point “SmartBattery: got done with surveying write 4”.

At that point when I saw the system.log (tail – f system.log), I saw an error:

  • com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.kextd): Service kept running for 2 seconds. Driving respawn out by 8 seconds.
  • com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.kextd[284]): Service left with unusual code: 71
  • # mount the drive as read/compose
  • mount – rw/
  • # make a catalog for “disabled” augmentations
  • mkdir/Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/Library/ExtensionsDisabled
  • # see files that exist in your Extensions folder yet not the recovery segment
  • kexts=`comm – 23 <(ls/Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/Library/Extensions|sort) <(ls/Library/Extensions|sort)`
  • reverberate $kexts
  • # move “additional” kext files to the “disabled” catalog
  • for kext in $kexts; do
  • mv/Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/Library/Extensions/$kext/Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/Library/ExtensionsDisabled/$kext;
  • done
  • exit

 

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