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If this happens with a new MacBook Pro, you will want to call the seller and arrange for a repair or a device replacement. It is not supposed to happen until you have used the device for years.


I'd try with a script using the following outline sudo nvram -c which should clear the contents of NVRAM. curl '' --output refind.usbimage copy SmcFlasher there ( shutdown -r now and ...


I don't fully agree with the steps outlined in the article you reference for resetting the SMC on a MacBook with the T2 security chip installed. Instead, try the following. Resetting the SMC on a MacBook Pro with T2 chip installed Fully shut down your MBP. Press and hold the power button for at least 10 seconds Let go of the power button and wait 5 ...

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