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It sounds like your Mac is starting up in 'Verbose Mode'. This shouldn't normally happen, unless you hold down the required key combination, or unless your Mac's NVRAM has been set to always start verbose. Try resetting the PRAM to clear the boot arguments. If that doesn't work, try the following Terminal command: sudo nvram boot-args="" (Assuming you ...


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Open System Preferences. Go to Users & Groups. Choose your nickname on the left. Choose the Login items tab. Check startup programs you want to remove. Press the “–” sign below. You're done.


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To my experience, it is a question of Secure Tokens, if it doesn't accept the admin even though it has the shipped (old) macOS installed from the recovery partition. Even though you have created an admin account, you need it to have a Secure Token and update the preboot, for the recovery partition to accept it. I did the following (when logged in as the ...


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I had the same issue with stuck left Shift forcing me into safe mode and couldn't fix it in software from macOS as the Shift is processed by the firmware before the operating system (or in fact anything) is loaded from disk. I didn't know about the Option trick in @Udhy answer and have now replaced the keyboard but it would be a better workaround than what ...


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On the basis of your current issue where you want to bypass Safe Mode, then Hold the Option button down on boot to bypass the Safe Mode ensures a normal boot However, you have mentioned that your keyboard is not working as expected. If you can afford it, I would recommend replacing the top case and keyboard. But, as an alternative Download and install ...


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