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I have a 13" Late 2012 MacBook Pro which works fine. I am trying to run Hardware test following the instructions in the Apple Support document, How to use Apple Hardware Test on your Mac, but it is not working.

If I hold the D key while booting, it does not do anything. However, If I hold Option + D and then chose Wi-Fi connection in recovery mode, it shows the following error:

Error: 0x8000000000000003. Cannot Load 'EFI/Drivers/TestSupport.efi' 
Status: 0x00000003

There is installed macOS Mojave 10.14.4 over USB today.

Update: The question:

doesn't describe my situation, because in the mentioned case, Option + D works, and no error message is thrown.

  • i didnt find out more information from other questions, they are old or not helped me – Miroff May 12 at 18:42
  • Welcome to AskDifferent! It's not really clear what exactly your question is here, can you please clarify? Also: why do you need to run the hardware test in the first place? – nohillside May 12 at 19:39
  • @nohillside im going to sell it. Buyer came and started testing, and its not started. – Miroff May 13 at 10:11
  • Please have a look at the linked question and the answers there. If they don‘t work for you, please edit your question to indicate what you have tried and how it didn‘t work. – nohillside May 13 at 11:51
  • a did. But linked question is not my situation, so it cant solve my problem. – Miroff May 13 at 15:49

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