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Assuming it is now charged… Hold Home & Power buttons for at least 45 seconds, see if it starts up normally. If not… Plug your iPad's USB cable into a computer with iTunes. Hold down the Home button [keep holding] and connect to your iPad. Keep holding the Home button until you see a screen telling you to connect to iTunes. iTunes should show you ...


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Follow those instructions for single-user-mode, then when you are done, type "exit" and copy some of the first few lines of the output - on paper if you need to. I'm mentioning this because I skipped the exit step a few times, but more interesting things might come up there. When I brought the lines with me and showed them to the Apple tech (genius) he ...


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For some operations certain models require more power than the Power Supply alone can deliver at a given time. For this incident it relies on additional power from the battery. It is to be assumed that that is your machines issue. You'll probably need to get that battery replaced. The price is usually between 120-150 at an Apple Certified Repair Center in ...


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According to Everymac's MacBook Pro listing, there is no such thing1 as a MacBook Pro 13" Late 2008 5,1. The earliest 13" MacBook Pro was a June [Mid] 2009 5,5. The smallest Late 2008 5,1 model was only 15". To clear things up: Maybe you mean MacBook and not MacBook Pro? Is it a Unibody model, or Pre-Unibody? Is it really a 13" or 15"? Is your battery ...


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Possible bad news, you should have gotten Replace Battery warnings way before, that you could not missed. What it indicates is your Logic board is failing where the SMC chip sits on it. You can open it and take battery out, then place it back in, but that is slim hope. Before you spend a fortune in replacing the logic board: There is a small circuit build ...


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So the gel containing battery acid has leaked out and dried up. You need to make it muddy again to be able to remove it, since dry removal is not possible. There are multiple methods to do that described here. (Vinegar, Lemon juice, and others). Example: Mix water and baking soda into a thick paste. Start with about a teaspoon of baking soda and add ...


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All iOS devices do that after they have been completely discharged. If it does not boot up with in 5-10 minutes of being plugged in, then it could be an indication of hardware failure. The battery is likely not accepting a charge.


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I do not know of any software solution, but there is a hardware solution. Use a piece of tape and cover the middle pin on the Magsafe plug.


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Yosemite startup hanging at 50% is something we've seen a good few times, and a couple of users got so fed up with it being a recurring issue they asked for a roll-back to Mavericks. The first thing to try is boot into single-user mode (Command + s at startup) and run a disk check with the command /sbin/fsck -fy. Once that's done try starting in Safe Boot ...


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When your phone is near-dead, go to Settings > General > Usage and see how long your battery has lasted. Then check how long your phone should have lasted. I use the app "System Status" by Jiri Techet to tell me that information, but you can look it up online or use another app.



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