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macOS Ventura, macOS Monterey, macOS Big Sur, macOS 10.15 (Catalina), macOS 10.14 (Mojave), macOS 10.13 (High Sierra), macOS 10.11 (Sierra), Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan).
Troubleshoot Common Mac Issues with a Single Click
Your Mac acts strangely for no apparent reason? Closing all apps and restarting your Mac won't help? 4DDiG Mac Boot Genius can help you out by automatically resetting SMC or NVRAM.
Mac screen is flickering suddenly
Mouse, keyboard, fan or camera behave strangely
Monitors don’t display properly
The audio volume doesn't respond correctly
The time zone or clock is wrong
The battery doesn’t charge well
Mac keeps overheating constantly
What Makes Us Outstanding?
Whether your Mac is experiencing hardware issues or system errors, we can help you automatically fix it.
Free macOS Toolbox
4DDiG Mac Boot Genius is a completely free macOS handy toolbox.
No complicated operations or technical knowledge is required. You can repair your Mac in simple steps.
4DDiG Mac Boot Genius Technical Specifications
APFS, HFS+, FAT32, exFAT, NTFS.
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How to Use 4DDiG Mac Boot Genius
Step 1: Dowload and Install
Step 2: Select the Function
Step 3: Troubleshoot Mac Issues
4DDiG Mac Boot Genius
Free Yet Powerful Toolkit for Mac
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4DDiG Mac Boot Genius FAQs
Essentially, the SMC is in charge of low-level functions and will not interact with your storage or hard drive, so no data should be affected. And there is very slight risk that the system will not work properly after the reset.
The System Management Controller (SMC) controls most power functions on modern Macs. Resetting the SMC can fix a variety of computer problems, including slow startup, video display problems, sleep problems, fan noise problems, battery charging problems, and more.
NVRAM stands for non-volatile random-access memory. It is a small amount of memory in Mac that stores the OS-related settings that allow your computer to start up quickly and perform well.
Resetting the PRAM/NVRAM will erase your Mac's current state data and return all of its default settings, including as display resolution, sound level, time zone, etc. to their original condition. Additionally, your internal hard drive will be assigned as the startup disk.