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Let me summarize the troubleshooting steps. Before disassembling: 1- Run the Apple Hardware test to see if it comes up with anything. 2- As far I know you have a NVIDIA graphics car. Run without it to test. 3- Connect a external monitor to test if the internal display is failing. 4- Open up the computer and unplug/plug the Video cable few times to clean ...


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After getting many useful suggestions and none of them solving my problem, I went for a logic board exchange. After that I haven't had another blackout, 1.5 weeks and counting. So, in conclusion what looked like a software problem was probably a faulty GPU on the logic board or something on the board that caused the GPU to fail. Big thanks to Pratika and ...


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Either because of a bad cable or a bad connector in the phone, you are disconnecting the phone by touching/moving the cable. Either - 1. Don't touch it. 2. Try a new cable. 3. Worst case, will require a new charging port. I just had this happen on my iPhone 5 and had a non Apple repair done for $50 at the familiar repair kiosks you find outside most Apple ...


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Rebooting to upgrade to 10.10.1 seems to have fixed the problem for now.


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I had this same issue and I just couldn't figure out what to do. After searching and searching, I finally found out what to do and I created a YouTube video showing the simple steps. Let me know if you this is the same issue you had. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnR98GOGtng


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I also have a mid-2012 15" rMBP and have seen similar problems intermittently for the pst couple weeks. I only notice it on startup. On the bad startups, the screen stays black and the computer won't start. The issue persists on reboot, smc reset, pram reset for an hour or two and then goes away. Today it started again. After I got it booted in recovery, ...


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Here's my workaround: right click on the 1/4-screen video and, if you're using Flash 15.0.0.xxx, you should see a Stretching is <type> item in the options list. Click on that and the video will fill the screen. Keep repeating until you get back to the 'Stretching is none' setting, unless you prefer something else. I have the same issue when using ...


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you just dim the screen all the way down. The controls are beside the escape button in the top left.


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Possible methods depending on the scratch depth. 1- Fill it - for deep scratches. Fill it with toothpaste! or professional glass filler. Believe it or not, toothpaste can be used to patch some screen scratches. Actual toothpaste, not gel or paste-mouthwash hybrids, must be used. Users should gently massage the paste into the scratch with their ...


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i had the same issue (under iOS 6) and i got it fixed with changing the whole part of the front camera! hopely this will help you guys



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