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Modify Whether Your OS X Automatically Restarts Once a System Freeze

You don’t have to check it out, it’s a default condition. Your Mac gets automatic reboots one your system freezes. At the regular interval, this moment is good for every Mac users. But using automatic biography of a reboot can make trouble for end users. The site OS X Daily come to change that Terminal Command with few step up.

You can test below the Terminal Command on your Mac:

sudo systemsetup -getrestartfreeze on

To stop the restart function, you need to follow below Terminal Command:

sudo systemsetup -setrestartfreeze off

By doing this way it’s worth to stop the restart function, and your Mac doesn’t show when the system was frozen. And the system doesn’t take care in his own mind, so you need to activate through manually. For all that, if you are facing any difficulties from your Mac furtive freezing and automatically restarts on himself, this is the method to stop auto restart to get the perfect solution. That’s it.

Via: OS X Daily 

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