When your Mac started running very slow and started freezing at random times then to avoid you can reset the system and make it like a fresh new system. During this process most of the users lost their saved data and you need to know the methods to reset MacBook pro without losing any data or you can also create backup to take precaution.
If you are not able to take backup using time machine you are required to solve the issue read here How to solve issue “Time Machine Backup Can’t Find Disk on MacOS Sierra”. But to reset MacBook Pro without losing data you are required to read steps below and execute them one by one carefully to fix issue.
METHOD1: CREATE BACKUP
Step1: Connect an external drive and open system preferences.
Step2: Create folder to save backup and add all the existing files in the system you want to create backup.
Step3: You can use various apps like Time Machine to create backup.
METHOD2: RESET ALL THE APPLICATION
Step1: Open iTunes and click on account to choose authorization and select DE authorize this computer.
Step2: Select system preferences and choose security & privacy.
Step3: Select filevault and press lock icon and enter credential and select turnoff filevault.
Step4: Select system preferences and click on iCloud and press signout button.
Step5: In system preferences and from dropdown select imessage account and click signout button.
Step6: Hit command with R button and click utilities to open terminal type xartutil and press return.
METHOD3: RESET MACBOOK
Step1: Restart Mac and press command with R button and hold until utilities appear for Mac.
Step2: Select disk utilities and press continue button.
Step3: Choose disk and press erase button.
Step4: Now fresh install Mac and restore backup to computer.
You can contact independently to get in touch with MacBook support phone number you can call +1-888-488-2930 toll free round the clock. The number is available for the users in USA and Canada and the team here works online to solve various issues faced in Mac operating system while resetting Mac without losing any data.