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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Crashing Randomly what could it be?

Texto:

I have a big problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!

It crashes randomly. Showing a black screen for 10 seconds and then turning off. When i turn it back on it mostly crashes again after 30 seconds.

I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened! Also it doesnt matter if battery is empty or full or cable is connected.

I was in an Apple Store today and all of the hardware tests showed no abnormality and were fine. Battery is very fine too.

I dont have any more warranty (2 years, 2 month) and they said they can replace the Logicboard for about 500€.

Im desperate cuz the Macbook is my life, my work(-> income!), my studies, just everything.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

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Editado por: mick ,

Título:

Crashing Randomly what could it be?

Texto:

I have a big problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!
It crashes randomly. Showing a black screen for 10 seconds and then turning off. When i turn it back on it mostly crashes again after 30 seconds.
I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened! Also it doesnt matter if battery is empty or full or cable is connected.
-I was in an Apple Store today and alle the hardware showed no abnormality and worked fine. Battery is very fine too.
+I was in an Apple Store today and all of the hardware tests showed no abnormality and were fine. Battery is very fine too.
I dont have any more warranty (2 years, 2 month) and they said they can replace the Logicboard for about 500€.
Im desperate cuz the Macbook is my life, my work(-> income!), my studies, just everything.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Editado por: mick ,

Título:

Crashing Randomly what could it be?

Texto:

I have a big problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!
It crashes randomly. Showing a black screen for 10 seconds and then turning off. When i turn it back on it mostly crashes again after 30 seconds.
-I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened!
+I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened! Also it doesnt matter if battery is empty or full or cable is connected.
I was in an Apple Store today and alle the hardware showed no abnormality and worked fine. Battery is very fine too.
I dont have any more warranty (2 years, 2 month) and they said they can replace the Logicboard for about 500€.
Im desperate cuz the Macbook is my life, my work(-> income!), my studies, just everything.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Editado por: mick ,

Título:

Crashing Randomly what could it be?

Texto:

-I have exactly the same problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!
+I have a big problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!
It crashes randomly. Showing a black screen for 10 seconds and then turning off. When i turn it back on it mostly crashes again after 30 seconds.
I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened!
I was in an Apple Store today and alle the hardware showed no abnormality and worked fine. Battery is very fine too.
I dont have any more warranty (2 years, 2 month) and they said they can replace the Logicboard for about 500€.
Im desperate cuz the Macbook is my life, my work(-> income!), my studies, just everything.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

-Crashing OS what could it be?
+Crashing Randomly what could it be?

Texto:

I have exactly the same problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!

It crashes randomly. Showing a black screen for 10 seconds and then turning off. When i turn it back on it mostly crashes again after 30 seconds.

I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened!

I was in an Apple Store today and alle the hardware showed no abnormality and worked fine. Battery is very fine too.

I dont have any more warranty (2 years, 2 month) and they said they can replace the Logicboard for about 500€.

Im desperate cuz the Macbook is my life, my work(-> income!), my studies, just everything.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

Crashing OS what could it be?

Texto:

I have exactly the same problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!

It crashes randomly. Showing a black screen for 10 seconds and then turning off. When i turn it back on it mostly crashes again after 30 seconds.

I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened!

I was in an Apple Store today and alle the hardware showed no abnormality and worked fine. Battery is very fine too.

I dont have any more warranty (2 years, 2 month) and they said they can replace the Logicboard for about 500€.

Im desperate cuz the Macbook is my life, my work(-> income!), my studies, just everything.

Dispositivo:

-MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012
+MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

-No Title (You should edit this question)
+Crashing OS what could it be?

Texto:

I have exactly the same problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!

It crashes randomly. Showing a black screen for 10 seconds and then turning off. When i turn it back on it mostly crashes again after 30 seconds.

I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened!

I was in an Apple Store today and alle the hardware showed no abnormality and worked fine. Battery is very fine too.

I dont have any more warranty (2 years, 2 month) and they said they can replace the Logicboard for about 500€.

Im desperate cuz the Macbook is my life, my work(-> income!), my studies, just everything.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: mick ,

Título:

No Title (You should edit this question)

Texto:

I have exactly the same problem with my Macbook Pro 15" Retina from late 2013!

It crashes randomly. Showing a black screen for 10 seconds and then turning off. When i turn it back on it mostly crashes again after 30 seconds.

I was not able to reproduce this problem manually. I tried to bring the Macbook to its maximum with 4k video, games, 4x yes-command, ssd-stress-test, etc etc ... but still it wont crash. And sometimes its working for 6 hours with no problem. But then another day suddenly it crashes when i just have Mail and Firefox opened!

I was in an Apple Store today and alle the hardware showed no abnormality and worked fine. Battery is very fine too.

I dont have any more warranty (2 years, 2 month) and they said they can replace the Logicboard for about 500€.

Im desperate cuz the Macbook is my life, my work(-> income!), my studies, just everything.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012

Estatus:

open