I’ve seen a lot of posts about boot loops and blank screens, but I’ve yet to see any posts with the problem I seem to be having. My MacBook Pro (late 2013, i5, 256GB) started acting weirdly about a week ago (since the Mojave update I think). It started with a flickering screen which would lead to the machine rebooting itself. As this only happened on battery power, I put that down to a faulty or failing battery as it worked perfectly with the MagSafe connected. Then, a few days ago, after waking up from sleep, I saw that the Wi-fi was disconnected and the cursor was freezing. After 30 seconds or so, the cursor would then move across the screen to where I’d obviously moved it to when it froze. After a few minutes of this, I forced a shutdown with a long press of the power button. Then, when I attempted to start it back up again, I heard the chime and the backlight came on, but there was no Apple logo. I tried a NVRAM reset and an SMC reset, but nothing worked. I still got a chime, but nothing else. I did notice that if I turned it off and connected the MagSafe with the lid closed, the Apple logo on the lid would flash on and then straight off again. On opening the lid, the screen is completely black (no backlight), but the MacBook appears to still be on as, after a while of being sat in that state, the bottom was warm and I could hear the fan going inside. Then, last night, after trying countless reboots, resets of every type and several frustrating hours, I hit the power button and the Apple logo appeared and it booted as normal. I ran a diagnostic test which showed no problems, but did a full restore which went through without a hitch. All was was good until this morning when, once again, the Wi-fi turned off after waking from sleep and it froze again. And now I’m back where I started. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I’m starting to lose my mind.