I've been having issues with my MacBook Pro randomly shutting down for about 2 weeks now.
I tried taking it to a local Apple reseller and here's what they told me:
- The main cause of my problem was because I was using f.lux
- They tested the battery and it apparently said that "the battery test failed". I'm not even sure what that means.
I tried all the different tools to check my hardware and software, I ran the Apple Hardware Test and the only thing I got is:
I checked if there were any malware or viruses on the computer but every program I used points to the same conclusion: everything is going fine. I tried SMC and PRAM reset, I even formatted the SSD and reinstalled macOS High Sierra but the problem still occurs.
Here are my console logs, I took the first 25 lines just before the BOOT_TIME: https://pastebin.com/QMjiwx72
I tried the
syslog | grep shutdown command in the terminal and here's what I get:
Nov 4 21:39:15 macbook-pro-de-sylvain shutdown <Notice>: SHUTDOWN_TIME: 1509827955 280191 Nov 4 21:39:37 localhost com.apple.xpc.launchd (org.cups.cupsd) <Warning>: Service has increased maximum shutdown time to 60 seconds. This will create a poor experience for the user. Nov 4 23:55:06 localhost com.apple.xpc.launchd (org.cups.cupsd) <Warning>: Service has increased maximum shutdown time to 60 seconds. This will create a poor experience for the user.
I really don't know what to do anymore... I've been looking for a solution all over the web but I couldn't find any fix.
Does anyone have any idea about what could be going on? :(
Thanks in advance,