To avoid blocking, please try to follow the instructions in this composition and the videotape until the end. All the way are necessary to duly restore and reset your Macbook
If you are having difficulty with your MacBook and you are unable to access your PC, and you decide to Factory Reset Macbook and Reinstall macOS, follow these instructions in the video below and you will successfully restore your MacBook.
The first thing to do, you must put your MacBook in recovery mode to erase all your data. Factory Reset Macbook and Reinstall macOS.
To enter recovery mode on your Macbook, start your mac and hold down Command + R. Release the keys once you see the Apple logo on your screen. Then you will see the macOS utility menu. Select the Disk Utility option, click Continue, and select your startup disk. Unless you rename it, there’s a good chance it’ll be labeled Macintosh HD or something similar. Then click on the Erase button at the top of the Disk Utility window and fill in these two fields.
in the case of Name Choose a name for the new volume.
in Format choose APFS.
Still, choose the Mac OS Extended (Journaled) option for Format, If you have a Mac with a mechanical hard drive rather of a solid-state drive.
Also, click on Erase Volume Group, and once Disk Utility has done its job, exit DiskUtility.However, click the Clear button in the lower right corner rather, (If you do not see the Clear Volume Group button in the lower-left corner.)
You’ll also return to the macOS mileage window. However, restart your Mac by holding down Command-R while it restarts. (If not.) In the macOS utility window, select Reinstall macOS and follow the instructions to install the operating system. Your Macbook must be connected to the internet to download the rearmost macOS interpreter to install on your Macbook.
Once macOS is reinstalled, you will be saluted by the setup wizard, which you can also exit and shut down your Mac.