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As a follow-up to my earlier comment: Have you tried resetting the smc and nv-ram? If not, here is a guide on how to do it. If it does not work, it might be the graphics card. You need to find a way to switch to integrated graphics only, so you can verify. There is no official way to do this but perhaps gfxCardStatus will work out for you. Luckily there is ...


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It seems to be a GPU problem. Apple introduced Repair Extension program for some iMacs sold between May 2011 and October 2012. It is not on main Repair programs site though. The affected iMacs contain serial numbers with the last four characters of DHJQ, DHJW, DL8Q, DNGH, DNJ9, DMW8, DPM1, DPM2, DPNV, DNY0, DRVP, DY6F, or F610. Source Check with this ...


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Maybe replacing the Upper Case will solve your problem. This guide from iFixIt will certainly help you do that. If you would just want to replace the hinge itself, maybe Step 37 in the guide would be useful? Check the top of the guide for required parts and tools!


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Depending on your Model: You could do it your self to save some. If you ONLY replace the LCD part and not the whole display the costs are in the range of $100 to $200 depending on which LCD type you choose. There are some very good instructions how to at ifixit web site.


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I found problem. The problem seems to first exhibit itself during graphics-intensive tasks like playing games or high-definition video, or running the CPU hot. The display ends up distorting, or going entirely blank, and while reboots make the problems go away for a short period of time, they almost always return later. After the graphical glitches start, ...


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2560 x 1600 is more than "fullHD" or whatever marketing terms they use these days (or those days). 1080p - is often called "fullHD" and is 1920 x 1080 resolution. QuadHD is quad (4x) 720p or 2560 x 1440 resolution. The old high def resolution is 2560 x 1600 - this is the resolution of old professional or similar monitors -such as Apple's old 30" cinema ...


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You can't setup Bluetooth devices without logging in, USB keyboard is the only way to go. Bring you Macbook to school or work and use one of their keyboards for a minute to logon and pair the Bluetooth keyboard.


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You could login as a guest user, if you've enabled that option. No password necessary!


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I brought iPhone back to Apple Service and the guy cleaned my iPhone at the plug with the needle that you can open the sim card tray. So he cleaned it, and that was lots of dirty coming out. And after all I have to claim connection is much more stable. So you should clean it first.


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In short, no. OS X has always behaved like this. The only alternative is to use maximised rather than fullscreen, though that is app-dependent, especially when it comes to video playback… For instance, VLC can do it, Youtube can't. If the window has the traffic light buttons, top left, it can. If it doesn't - like a Youtube video where the main window has ...


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iFixit has a great guide about the disassembly of the iphone 5. All courtesy of the pictures goes to them. Step 11 clearly demonstrates the ribbon cables . I highly suspect that you just yanked a little bit too hard on the LCD cable and hence the black screen. I am in no way affiliated with iFixit but I recommend the use of the iSclack opening tool. It ...



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