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To fix this try the following: boot to internet recovery mode by pressing cmdaltR immediately after the start-up chime. Depending on your internet connection the boot process may take several dozen minutes. open Disk Utility, choose your main volume, verify and repair it if necessary if you had to repair errors just repeat the step to recheck that all ...


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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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You may find these links of some interest: https://www.facebook.com/2011mbp http://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues


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Though the following should be valid for non-encrypted volumes and unlocked encrypted volumes, it doesn't help much because the main volume here is encrypted and locked. So skip to FileVault2-encrypted volumes Non-encrypted volumes Almost no free space on your start volume is a problem. At least 10% free space are recommended. It's indeed possible to ...


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On OS X Yosemite you should add the script in: /Library/LaunchDaemons using this name for the script: com.mysql.mysql.plist and this content: <!--?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?--> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>KeepAlive</key> <dict> <key>SuccessfulExit</key> ...


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Rarely a Power button is broken, but it can happen, so you can not turn it off. But to check your instant wake up with lid open check in the Console if it was just hibernating. Open Console in your utility folder and look for times after you turned it OFF. You might see some activity few hours later while you were sleeping, that would tell you it was just ...


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I am pretty sure your MBP always did that. It is something annoying I never really liked about the MBP: They have a "subwoofer" which is situated on the right-hand side of the MacBook. So sounds with a lot of bass always appear to come from the right speaker. Here is what Apple says.


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Note: This RAM change trick no longer works on 2010 or newer Macs. I haven't done this in many years, but it did help back when I needed it. If your laptop is old enough, and you can easily get to the RAM, (depending the model): Shut down the Mac Disconnect the power. Open the MacBook and change the RAM configuration. Add or remove RAM so the amount is ...



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