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I would try setting up a bootable USB thumb drive, then restart it off of the thumb drive. Use the control panel boot disk setting to select the USB drive. What happens then? If that worked you'll need to redo the OS.
I would try setting up a bootable USB thumb drive, then restart it off of the thumb drive. Use the control panel boot disk setting to select the USB drive. What happens then? If that worked you'll need to redo the OS.
 
I would strongly recommend you make a backup of all of your files before doing the next step.
 
Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS.
 
Hopefully its an OS issue and not a hardware issue. If it is a hardware issue you may want to bring this into an Apple Store as it sounds like it may need a new logic board.
 
Given the GPF (Panic call) it could be either a hardware or OS level issue.
 
Let us know how it goes - Good luck!

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Editado por: Dan ,

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I would try setting up a bootable USB thumb drive, then restart it off of the thumb drive. Use the control panel boot disk setting to select the USB drive. What happens then?
 
I would strongly recommend you make a backup of all of your files before doing the next step.
 
Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS.
 
Hopefully its an OS issue and not a hardware issue. If it is a hardware issue you may want to bring this into an Apple Store as it sounds like it may need a new logic board.
 
Given the GPF (Panic call) it could be either a hardware or OS level issue.
Given the GPF (Panic call) it could be either a hardware or OS level issue.
 
Let us know how it goes - Good luck!

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Editado por: Dan ,

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I would try setting up a bootable USB thumb drive, then restart it off of the thumb drive. Use the control panel boot disk setting to select the USB drive. What happens then?
 
I would strongly recommend you make a backup of all of your files before doing the next step.
 
Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS.
Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS.
 
Hopefully its an OS issue and not a hardware issue. If it is a hardware issue you may want to bring this into an Apple Store as it sounds like it may need a new logic board.
 
Given the GPF it could be either a hardware or OS level issue.
 
Let us know how it goes - Good luck!

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Editado por: Dan ,

Texto:

I would try setting up a bootable USB thumb drive, then restart it off of the thumb drive. Use the control panel boot disk setting to select the USB drive. What happens then?
 
I would strongly recommend you make a backup of all of your files before doing the next step.
 
Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS. Hopefully

Hopefully
its aan OS issue and not a hardware issue. If it is a hardware issue you may want to bring this into an Apple Store as it sounds like it may need a new logic board.
Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS. Hopefully

Hopefully
its aan OS issue and not a hardware issue. If it is a hardware issue you may want to bring this into an Apple Store as it sounds like it may need a new logic board.
 
Let us know how it goes - Good luck!

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Editado por: Dan ,

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I would try setting up a bootable USB thumb drive, then restart it off of the thumb drive. Use the control panel boot disk setting to select the USB drive. What happens then?
 
I would strongly recommend you make a backup of all of your files before doing the next step.
 
Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS. Hopefully its a OS and not a hardware issue. If it is a hardware issue you may want to bring this into an Apple Store as it sounds like it may need a new logic board.
Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS. Hopefully its a OS and not a hardware issue. If it is a hardware issue you may want to bring this into an Apple Store as it sounds like it may need a new logic board.
 
Let us know how it goes - Good luck!

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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I would try setting up a bootable USB thumb drive, then restart it off of the thumb drive. Use the control panel boot disk setting to select the USB drive. What happens then?

I would strongly recommend you make a backup of all of your files before doing the next step.

Now run Disk Utility on the SSD make sure to do disk & permission repairs (you may need to do it a few times). If after 10 times it is still coming back with errors you'll need to reformat the SSD and install a fresh copy of the OS.

Let us know how it goes - Good luck!

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