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Setting the automatic restart of the Mac when there is a system freeze


Macs now with new versions of Mac OS (or Mac OS X) by default automatically reset when the system freezes. This is a troubleshooting feature that is intended to prevent average users have to make a forced reboot, since the Mac simply restarts by itself, if a system freeze occurs.


While most users should not adjust this setting the automatic restart option by default, some advanced insurance Mac users want to change or disable the automatic restart function system freeze for some reason or another.

Check whether the Mac will automatically restart.

Start Terminal and type the following command string, the systemsetup sudo command requires to access:

sudo systemsetup - getrestartfreeze
You will see one of the following two reports indicating the status of the function:


Restart After Freeze: On or Restart After Freeze: Off


Again, the default configuration computer is now in "On" - it is recommended to leave the setting as it is and not fit.

Setting the automatic restart of the Mac when there is a system freeze:


If you are an advanced user and want to enable or disable the automatic start function freezing must run the command that will give you later. Adjust the 'On' or 'Off command to achieve the desired effect:


To enable automatic restart when a freeze:


sudo systemsetup -setrestartfreeze on


To disable automatic restart when a freeze:


sudo systemsetup -setrestartfreeze off

Note that if you disable this feature, the Mac will remain frozen indefinitely until a user restarts the computer to force.
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