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I think I had one such MacBook Air. It was permanently resolved by replacing the LCD assembly at AASP as the warranty was active - it did essentially qualify for DOA (wtf? - still do not know the poss …
answered Apr 30 '19 by Hardijs
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the only thing left no removed - try removing RAM modules one at a time ( try each sodimm individually in either slot - do not forget to power unit off ( fans not spinning) as you meddle inside the u …
answered Aug 21 '19 by Hardijs
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duplicate the note as many times needed. erase photos in the duplicate notes so that there are 5 or less of them pic 1 to 5 in the first note, pic 6 to 11 in the second - and so on ... airdrop them t …
answered Jul 10 '19 by Hardijs
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most probable cause is the mDP cable different cable / adapter should solve the problem
answered Aug 21 '19 by Hardijs
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do a "safe boot" once in a while if bothered by the evergrowing caches... the word ( apple kb article link - https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201262 ) is that it cleans caches out.
answered Nov 27 '19 by Hardijs