For some months I have the following problem: After a restart (when my MacBook Pro 2017) runs out of battery, and after having logged in, a message that the computer was shut down unexpectedly occurs. Is this behavior normal?

Does anyone has a similar problem? Do you need more information regarding this problem from me?

With best greetings, Leon

  • Why do you consider this a problem? It seems to be a normal message. Your computer shut down, by itself, because you let it run out of power. That's an unexpected problem. The message appears accurate to me. – fsb Mar 26 '19 at 20:16
  • When it runs out of battery, it looks to the operating system after the restart in the same way as it does when the kernel crashes. – Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen Mar 26 '19 at 22:43

I think it's normal, because before exhausting the battery completely (around 3-5%) it goes into a sleep mode. But if it is completely exhausted, the message it mentions is displayed and allows you to restore what you had previously opened or restart the startup.

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  • ok because on my Mac book air there does never show up that message, but thanks :) – Michael Frischauf Mar 26 '19 at 21:47

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