In disk utility, click a drop down arrow on it, Click the OS partition and click First Aid.
If the First aid couldn’t fix the problem, wipe your boot drive by clicking the erase function on it and set the file system as MacOS Extended (Journaled) and click erase.
After the wiping is complete, connect your MacBook to the internet and exit disk utility.
Once you closed the Disk utility, click the reinstall macOS and wait the reinstallation
(Note: Installation time may depend on your Mac and Internet Speed.)
After the reinstallation is complete, you will need to set up your user account and re-enter your iCloud credentials if you have.
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Try checking the disk if it has a problem by holding command + r while holidng the power button.
After you see the Apple logo, release the power button, and keep holding the command + R.
Once you saw the macOS utilities open the disk utility and click your MacBook Pro’s SSD.
Check if the S.M.A.R.T status says that it’s “Verified”
*If the S.M.A.R.T status of your SSD has anything other than verified on your MacBook Pro, there could be a problem on your SSD or the SSD cannot be detected
*If the S.M.A.R.T status of your SSD is verified continue following these steps.
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