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Hi,
-I just been through this f**king s**t , details description of issue is as follow:
+I've just been through the same mess, details description of issue is as follow:
-red horizontal lines display right after you startup,
+* Red horizontal lines display right after you startup, it will go on to show you the apple (still in red horizontal lines), then it show the gray screen, and your fans start running like crazy.
-it will go on to show you the apple (still in red horizontal lines),
+If you switch to Windows OS you'll be able to run on safe-mode, and the screen look like... well you know
-then it show the gray screen,
-
-and your fans start running like crazy.
-
-If you switch to window OS
-
-you will be able to run on safe-mode, and the screen look like... well you know
-
-My conclusion is the RAM. not normal issue, a special RAM issue. I followed these steps and fixed it.
+My conclusion is the RAM, not normal issue, a special RAM issue. I followed these steps and fixed it:
Take out one RAM
+* Reboot on recovery mode, (press and hold: command + R)
+* Then it will display a crappy screen again still the apple sign
+* Then it will turn blue.
-reboot on recovery mode, (press and hold: command + R)
+Don't panic, shut it down this time do a PRAM reset (press and hole command + option + P + R)
-then it will display a crappy screen again still the apple sign
+If the RAM you are using is ok, everything should back to normal. If not, then replace it with the one you just took out and do the whole thing again.
-then it will turn blue.
+I tried command + R alone, and it not work. I then tried PRAM reset (press and hole command + option + P + R) alone, it did not work. Only when I combined them, then it worked!
-Dont panic, shut it down
+Also, it you put the faulty RAM in and take it out, even though you are sure the RAM is OK, the problem still exist without doing the process that I just described
-this time do the RAM boot (press and hole command + option + P + R)
+Hope this helps, and stop paying Apple for non-sense things.
-if the RAM you are using is ok, everything should back to normal.
-
-if not, then replace it with the one you just took out and do the whole thing again.
-
-i try command + R singly, and it not work. I tried reboot RAM (press and hole command + option + P + R) alone, it not work. only when i combine them, then it working. Also, it you put the faulty RAM in and take it out, even though you are on the "ok" RAM, the problem still exist without doing the process that i just described
-
-Hope this help, and stop paying apple for non-sense things.
-
-P/s: I keep wondering why all macbooks suddenly have the same issue at the similar period. If Apple do this on purpose to make us purchase new stuffs ?
+P/S: I keep wondering why all MacBook's suddenly have the same issue at the similar period. If Apple do this on purpose to make us purchase new stuff?

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Aporte original por: tulu ,

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Hi,

I just been through this f**king s**t , details description of issue is as follow:

red horizontal lines display right after you startup,

it will go on to show you the apple (still in red horizontal lines),

then it show the gray screen,

and your fans start running like crazy.

If you switch to window OS

you will be able to run on safe-mode, and the screen look like... well you know

My conclusion is the RAM. not normal issue, a special RAM issue. I followed these steps and fixed it.

Take out one RAM

reboot on recovery mode, (press and hold: command + R)

then it will display a crappy screen again still the apple sign

then it will turn blue.

Dont panic, shut it down

this time do the RAM boot (press and hole command + option + P + R)

if the RAM you are using is ok, everything should back to normal.

if not, then replace it with the one you just took out and do the whole thing again.

i try command + R singly, and it not work. I tried reboot RAM (press and hole command + option + P + R) alone, it not work. only when i combine them, then it working. Also, it you put the faulty RAM in and take it out, even though you are on the "ok" RAM, the problem still exist without doing the process that i just described

Hope this help, and stop paying apple for non-sense things.

P/s: I keep wondering why all macbooks suddenly have the same issue at the similar period. If Apple do this on purpose to make us purchase new stuffs ?

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