After you stopped Mac from the button (cold shutdown) or after a power failure, when the system restarts the message appears: “You shut down your computer because of a problem”, which gives the user the option to reopen applications that were running before the shutdown. "Shut down".
This is a very useful "recovery" function, which reduces the chances of losing the data you were working on at the time of the forced shutdown.
However, many users complain that this message, “You shut down your computer because of a problem” it reappears every time it is turned on Mac, MacBook or iMac.
Solution Mac “You shut down your computer because of a problem”
To get rid of this message that appears every time you open Mac, iMac or MacBook, follow the steps in the tutorial below:
Open "Finder", go to: "Go”>“Go to folder…” (or simultaneously press the keys: Shift + Command + G) then navigate to:
In the folder "DiagnosticReports", use the search bar to find files containing "sleep". Delete the files or the file containing the name "Sleep Wake Failure".
After deleting this file, empty “Bin", then hang up Mac from “Apple”>“Shut Down".
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Leave closed Mac at least 30 seconds. After restarting the system, the message should no longer appear.
In my case, the problem occurred on a computer iMac (macOS Ventura), but it is a fairly common problem on laptops as well MacBook Pro, MacBook Air.