Using a MacBook Pro you face some problem which is your MacBook Ramdom Shutdown sometimes. You do not know the reason of this problem. It can possible to create this problem in old MacBook Pro. You are looking your MacBook battery is full charged but the Machine shutdown as it is unplugged. It may also happen when your machine is in sleeping, charging and unplugging. In that case you have to do something with your MacBook Pro but the problem is unable to resolve then your must took it to the Apple store. The solution of your machine would be battery replacement. A new battery has flawlessly for the last 3 or 4 months.
Solution of MacBook Pro Random Shutdown Syndrome
Update to the latest Mac OS
You need to update your MacBook Pro to the latest operating system. With new version of Mac operating system the MacBook does not create any problem. An Apple developer uses the best way to fix the Mac software problem. After upgrading to El Capital, you will not lose your data, setting, passwords or other things. You noticed a slight improvement in your MacBook Pro battery life. You not need to worry about this problem and should update the latest Mac OS.
Reset Parameter RAM and resolve most of your MacBook problems
It is responsible for storing all the small settings on your MacBook. Parameter RAM is responsible for the small things, remembering your alarm, volume setting, startup disk and display resolution. It is too important but if something wrong in Parameter RAM in your MacBook then it suffers from Random Shutdown syndrome.
But resetting the parameter RAM can resolve almost all the problems of the MacBook.
Reset SMC to fix battery and other hardware problems
SMC (System Management Controller) is responsible hardware inside in your MacBook. SMC controls everything’s from all the lights in your Mac such as the fan, battery and other part of the logic board. Here we are describing some sign that you need to reset your SMC
- When Mac fans runs too loud
- Mac Keyword backlight not working
- Mac unexpected shutdown or restarts
- Steps to fix this problem
- Shut down your MacBook
- Press the power button
- Then press and hold Option command P-R
- You have to hold these key until you hear the startup sound twice
- Now Release the buttons
- Let your Mac turn on normally.