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How To Fix macOS Stuck On Loading Screen After Disabling SIP?

I have disabled SIP in Recovery Mode, did a restart, logged in, then made my account to be able read&write to Macintosh HD. Then I entered Recovery Mode again, enabled SIP, and did restart once more. After that, my iMac stuck on loading screen with progress bar on 50%. Ive tried following: to enter Safe Mode. Without success, Safe Mode didnt load same as normal mode being stuck at 50%. to check a disk with Disc Utility First Aid. No issues were found. to reset NVRAM and SMC. It didnt help. to do Apple Hardware Test. Result: ADP000: No hardware issues. Basically, all I can do now is only access Recovery Mode. Any other actions I might perform before reinstalling OS? Id like to avoid that.

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iBoysoft author Vain Rowe

Vain Rowe

Answered on Monday, July 10, 2023

Hi there, congratulations that you have resolved the trouble that Mac is stuck on the login screen after disabling SIP by erasing the hard drive and reinstalling macOS. Actually, there are also other solutions that you can try before performing the hard drive formatting to avoid the backup work: bypass login items at startup, boot your Mac into safe mode, and reset NVRAM/PRAM.

Hope this answer helps when you deal with the trouble that Mac stuck on the loading login screen on your device. Take care~


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