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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

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  • 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
    Commented Mar 26, 2019 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. Commented Mar 26, 2019 at 22:43

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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 :) Commented Mar 26, 2019 at 21:47

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