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When you have spontaneous problems with your Mac, there are several things you can try to resolve the issue (listed in order of increasing difficulty): Reset SMC Reset PRAM/NVRAM Swap out memory modules* Swap out hard drive* The SMC (System Management Controller) handles a lot of low-level system components. Fan issues, power issues, or spontaneous ...


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I was googling for solution, tried re installations of OSX, tried some cleanup by Onyx utility. But in console where you see that something is crashing and restarting and crashing again, you can see some file path in reports... So this solution I found somewhere and this path u can see in the console when the problem is occurring , so it make sense and wokrs....


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I recently had this issue. It turns out that Apple has a repair program for this issue at no cost that runs until Dec 31, 2016. Here is the link: https://www.apple.com/support/macbookpro-videoissues/ I took my laptop in to the nearest Apple Store. The Genius Bar tech ran a diagnostic test to verify the issue. They sent it to a repair location in Texas and ...


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The problem you are experiencing is an issue known by Apple. It is an issue that plagued the 2010 MacBook Pro models (especially the 15" versions). The issue is called intermittent black screen or loss of video. At one point in time they had a replacement program for the affect models. They have discontinued that and all 2010 models are now in Vintage mode....


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First, try rebuilding your Mails' Envelope Index.. To do this: log into your user make sure Mail is NOT running. pull down "Go", click (near the bottom item) "Go to Folder", and insert this in the window: ~/Library/Mail/V2/MailData/ Look for: Envelope Index Delete it (drag to trash).. DO NOT EMPTY TRASH YET... restart Mail. It will tell you that it ...



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