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bamakodaker

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Hello, 

 

Was working on Macbook Pro when screen went weird. (See image 0150325screena) Tried restarting but it wouldn't boot up. Left it off overnight. Next day it started fine.

 

Left it sleeping two days. Wouldn't wake up. Restarted it and walked away. About 2 minutes later I see this screen (

20150328Screen02a) I rebooted but it basically stops with this screen (2015-03-28SCREEN)

 

Any help or suggestions?

 

Thank you for your time.

 

bamakodaker

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Hello, 

 

Was working on Macbook Pro when screen went weird. (See image 0150325screena) Tried restarting but it wouldn't boot up. Left it off overnight. Next day it started fine.

 

Left it sleeping two days. Wouldn't wake up. Restarted it and walked away. About 2 minutes later I see this screen (

20150328Screen02a) I rebooted but it basically stops with this screen (2015-03-28SCREEN)

 

Any help or suggestions?

 

Thank you for your time.

 

bamakodaker

Looks like physical damage to the computer, to me. I'd recommend taking it in for repair, as there's not much anyone can do, although someone may have a second opinion...


Edited by Caliburn, 29 March 2015 - 07:17 AM.

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Here are some suggestions I found with search for graphicboard or motherboard issues;

https://cfusting.wor...o-back-to-life/

 

 

Logic board fix

 

Just a bit concerned about baking the motherboard   


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The second pic is called a 'kernel panic.' That happened to my Mb Pro. The term is accurate cuz I did panic when I saw it.

 

It was a while ago and I do not remember the fix but you could look up that term.


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