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I got a problem with MacBook Pro? 2014-09-16 17:03:43


I got a problem with my MacBook Pro, can anyone help me?;

I having a problem with my MacBook Pro.
here's the details of my MacBook Pro:

•MacBook Pro 15-inch LED-backlight widescreen notebook (2011)

•2.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor; 6MB shared level 3 cache.

•4GB of 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM.

•750GB 5400-rpm hard drive.

•15.4-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen display; 1440 by 9000 pixels.

•Intel HD graphics 3000.

•AMD Radeon HS 6770M graphics processor with 1GB of GDDDR5 memory.

•Built-in FaceTime HD Camera.

•8x Slot-loading SuperDrive (DVD+R DL/DVD+RW/CD-RW).

•Thunderbolt port supports high-speed I/O and Mini DisplayPort devices.

•SDXC card slot, FireWire 800 port, two USB 2.0 ports.

•Optical digital audio/analog audio input and output ports; stereo speakers.

•10/100/10000BASE-T Ethernet.

•802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR.

•Backlight keyboard and ambient light sensor.

•Preinstalled Mac OS X and iLife.

•Size and weight: 14.35 by 9.82 by 0.95 inches (36.4 by 24.9 by 2.41 cm); 5.6 pounds (2.54 kg).

•Meets ENERGY STAR requirements.

Here's the problem(s) of my MacBook Pro:

•It's take an long time (Like 1 - more hours) or either crash on the start-up screen.
•When I actually get on my user, When I tried do something. It's again take an long time do something or keep crashing (Mostly crashing).

Here's my suspicion why my MacBook Pro keep doing this:

•I presume something on my MacBook Pro is keep filling up the spaces on the SDRAM (Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory).
•Or, I presume my Hard Drive is keep crashing or taking a long time do load up the MacBook Pro.

Anyway, I want to get this fixed soon as possible because I go to college and aswell the course I'm on is a Art and Design course. I mean I want to get this fixed soon as possible because I want do my works on it. I'm right now using a Windows 7 desktop in my parent bedroom. Aswell, I mostly a private person about nearly everything is personal to me I do on the computer including doing anything creative (I mean art and etc.), I don't never show a in public not to my parent unless is a college work(s) then I show them.

I want a solution, it's doesn't involving losing anything on my MacBook Pro (I mean reinstalling the operation system) beside I got the important things from my MacBook Pro on a Western Digital: My Passport For Mac (2TB). I want that to be the last resort losing anything on my MacBook Pro.

Please comment on here or on this news: http://mr-insanity97.newgrounds.com/news/post/906828 .

Response to I got a problem with MacBook Pro? 2014-09-16 18:48:15


I think I see the problem here, I really do

you bought an apple device


"who are you to decide what is right and wrong? where do you draw that line?"

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Response to I got a problem with MacBook Pro? 2014-09-16 19:56:14


There's the problem. You bought a CrapBook.

Response to I got a problem with MacBook Pro? 2014-09-16 21:15:00


At 9/16/14 07:56 PM, Bit wrote: There's the problem. You bought a CrapBook.

lol yeah


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Response to I got a problem with MacBook Pro? 2014-09-16 21:16:58


Get a real laptop instead of a shit iproduct

Response to I got a problem with MacBook Pro? 2014-09-16 21:33:18


Sir, I believe I have found the cause of all your problems.

You bought the AssBook Pro, never buy a computer with a bitten apple only a full one.

I got a problem with MacBook Pro?


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Response to I got a problem with MacBook Pro? 2014-09-16 21:41:05


At 9/16/14 09:16 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote: Get a real laptop instead of a shit iproduct

hahaha yeah


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