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Versione corrente di: Dan ,

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Okay ladies and gentlemen after 4 months of testing I have isolated the issue.
 
-updated* Updated to mojaveMojave problem still persisted
* Removed Thunderbolt port in Network Preferences problem still persisted
* Reset PRAM problem still persisted
* Reset SMC problem still persisted
* Took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics problem still persisted
* Took my MBP to mac specialist, said it was a software issue or logic board issue. roll back OS to previous state problem still persisted.
* Rolled back to previous state problem still persisted
* Rolled back to Mavericks original factory OS problem still persisted
3 things that could be wrong after this troubleshooting:
-updated* Updated to mojaveMojave problem still persisted
* Removed Thunderbolt port in Network Preferences problem still persisted
* Reset PRAM problem still persisted
* Reset SMC problem still persisted
* Took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics problem still persisted
* Took my MBP to mac specialist, said it was a software issue or logic board issue. roll back OS to previous state problem still persisted.
* Rolled back to previous state problem still persisted
* Rolled back to Mavericks original factory OS problem still persisted
3 things that could be wrong after this troubleshooting:
 
-removed thunderbolt port# CPU Core voltage is causing the random shutdown
# iGPU is bad (requires logic board replacement)
# Logic board needs to be replaced
Before throwing
in Network Preferences problem still persisted[br]the towel to replace the logic board I attempted to try to code the python script posted by Anders Wiggers myself with no success as I ‘ not a coder and spent 3 hours wrecking my brain. so I decided to use the Mac-Mods software for $10 and ran the software which creates a gear spinning on the bar and voila the laptop no longer randomly shuts down!
-removed thunderbolt port# CPU Core voltage is causing the random shutdown
# iGPU is bad (requires logic board replacement)
# Logic board needs to be replaced
Before throwing
in Network Preferences problem still persisted[br]the towel to replace the logic board I attempted to try to code the python script posted by Anders Wiggers myself with no success as I ‘ not a coder and spent 3 hours wrecking my brain. so I decided to use the Mac-Mods software for $10 and ran the software which creates a gear spinning on the bar and voila the laptop no longer randomly shuts down!
 
Updated to Mojave and just an FYI the gear is no longer in the bar but the laptop does not randomly shut down.
 
-reset PRAM problem still persisted[br]


-reset SMC problem still persisted

-took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics problem still persisted[br]


-took my MBP to mac specialist, said it was a software issue or logic board issue. roll back OS to previous state problem still persisted[br]


-rolled back to previous state problem still persisted[br]


-rolled back to Mavericks original factory OS problem still persisted[br]


3 things that could be wrong after this trouble shooting

[br]


1) CPU Core voltage is causing the random shutdown

2) iGPU is bad (requires logic board replacement)[br]


3) Logic board needs to be replaced[br]


[br]


before throwing in the towel to replace the logic board i attempted to try to code the python script posted by anders wiggers myself with no success as i am not a coder and spent 3 hours wrecking my brain. so i decided to use the mac mod software for 10$ https://realmacmods.com/product/macbook-pro-nocrash-utility/ and ran the software which creates a gear spinning on the bar and voila the laptop no longer randomly shuts down!!! updated to Mojave and just an fyi the gear is no longer in the bar but the laptop does not randomly shut down. The
The problem is CPU core voltage related which is corrected by the python script or the macmodsMac-Mods software for 10$$10. if this does not work it is most likely a logic board issue.

[br]
-reset PRAM problem still persisted[br]


-reset SMC problem still persisted

-took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics problem still persisted[br]


-took my MBP to mac specialist, said it was a software issue or logic board issue. roll back OS to previous state problem still persisted[br]


-rolled back to previous state problem still persisted[br]


-rolled back to Mavericks original factory OS problem still persisted[br]


3 things that could be wrong after this trouble shooting

[br]


1) CPU Core voltage is causing the random shutdown

2) iGPU is bad (requires logic board replacement)[br]


3) Logic board needs to be replaced[br]


[br]


before throwing in the towel to replace the logic board i attempted to try to code the python script posted by anders wiggers myself with no success as i am not a coder and spent 3 hours wrecking my brain. so i decided to use the mac mod software for 10$ https://realmacmods.com/product/macbook-pro-nocrash-utility/ and ran the software which creates a gear spinning on the bar and voila the laptop no longer randomly shuts down!!! updated to Mojave and just an fyi the gear is no longer in the bar but the laptop does not randomly shut down. The
The problem is CPU core voltage related which is corrected by the python script or the macmodsMac-Mods software for 10$$10. if this does not work it is most likely a logic board issue.

[br]
 
Good Luck[br]

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Modifica di: R Vu ,

Testo:

Okay ladies and gentlemen after 4 months of testing I have isolated the issue.
 
-updated to mojave problem still persisted
 
-removed thunderbolt port in Network Preferences problem still persisted[br]
 
 
-reset PRAM problem still persisted[br]
 
 
-reset SMC problem still persisted
 
-took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics problem still persisted[br]
 
 
-took my MBP to mac specialist, said it was a software issue or logic board issue. roll back OS to previous state problem still persisted[br]
 
 
-rolled back to previous state problem still persisted[br]
 
 
-rolled back to Mavericks original factory OS problem still persisted[br]
 
 
3 things that could be wrong after this trouble shooting
 
[br]
 
 
1) CPU Core voltage is causing the random shutdown
 
2) iGPU is bad (requires logic board replacement)[br]
 
 
3) Logic board needs to be replaced[br]
 
 
[br]
 
 
before throwing in the towel to replace the logic board i attempted to try to code the python script posted by anders wiggers myself with no success as i am not a coder and spent 3 hours wrecking my brain. so i decided to use the mac mod software for 10$ https://realmacmods.com/product/macbook-pro-nocrash-utility/ and ran the software which creates a gear spinning on the bar and voila the laptop no longer randomly shuts down!!! updated to Mojave and just an fyi the gear is no longer in the bar but the laptop does not randomly shut down. The problem is CPU core voltage related which is corrected by the python script or the macmods software for 10$. if this does not work it is most likely a logic board issue.
before throwing in the towel to replace the logic board i attempted to try to code the python script posted by anders wiggers myself with no success as i am not a coder and spent 3 hours wrecking my brain. so i decided to use the mac mod software for 10$ https://realmacmods.com/product/macbook-pro-nocrash-utility/ and ran the software which creates a gear spinning on the bar and voila the laptop no longer randomly shuts down!!! updated to Mojave and just an fyi the gear is no longer in the bar but the laptop does not randomly shut down. The problem is CPU core voltage related which is corrected by the python script or the macmods software for 10$. if this does not work it is most likely a logic board issue.
 
[br]
 
 
Good Luck[br]

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Modifica di: R Vu ,

Testo:

Okay ladies and gentlemen after 4 months of testing I have isolated the issue.
 
-updated to mojave problem still persisted
 
-removed thunderbolt port in Network Preferences[brPreferences problem still persisted[br]
-removed thunderbolt port in Network Preferences[brPreferences problem still persisted[br]
 
-reset PRAM[br]
 
-reset SMCPRAM problem still persisted[br]
-reset SMCPRAM problem still persisted[br]
 
-took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics[br]
 
-took-reset SMC problem still persisted

-took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics problem still persisted[br]


-took
my MBP to mac specialist, said it was a software issue or logic board issue. roll back OS to previous state[br]state problem still persisted[br]
-took-reset SMC problem still persisted

-took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics problem still persisted[br]


-took
my MBP to mac specialist, said it was a software issue or logic board issue. roll back OS to previous state[br]state problem still persisted[br]
 
-rolled back to previous state problem still persisted[br]
 
 
-rolled back to Mavericks original factory OS problem still persisted[br]
 
 
3 things that could be wrong after this trouble shooting
 
[br]
 
 
1) CPU Core voltage is causing the random shutdown
 
2) iGPU is bad (requires logic board replacement)[br]
 
 
3) Logic board needs to be replaced[br]
 
 
[br]
 
 
before throwing in the towel to replace the logic board i attempted to try to code the python script myself with no success as i am not a coder and spent 3 hours wrecking my brain. so i decided to use the mac mod software for 10$ https://realmacmods.com/product/macbook-pro-nocrash-utility/ and ran the software which creates a gear spinning on the bar and voila the laptop no longer randomly shuts down!!! updated to Mojave and just an fyi the gear is no longer in the bar but the laptop does not randomly shut down. The problem is CPU core voltage related which is corrected by the python script or the macmods software for 10$. if this does not work it is most likely a logic board issue.
 
[br]
 
 
Good Luck[br]

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Post originale di: R Vu ,

Testo:

Okay ladies and gentlemen after 4 months of testing I have isolated the issue.

-updated to mojave problem still persisted

-removed thunderbolt port in Network Preferences[br]

-reset PRAM[br]

-reset SMC

-took my MBP to the genius bar, all hardware passed diagnostics[br]

-took my MBP to mac specialist, said it was a software issue or logic board issue. roll back OS to previous state[br]

-rolled back to previous state problem still persisted[br]

-rolled back to Mavericks original factory OS problem still persisted[br]

3 things that could be wrong after this trouble shooting

[br]

1) CPU Core voltage is causing the random shutdown

2) iGPU is bad (requires logic board replacement)[br]

3) Logic board needs to be replaced[br]

[br]

before throwing in the towel to replace the logic board i attempted to try to code the python script myself with no success as i am not a coder and spent 3 hours wrecking my brain. so i decided to use the mac mod software for 10$ https://realmacmods.com/product/macbook-pro-nocrash-utility/ and ran the software which creates a gear spinning on the bar and voila the laptop no longer randomly shuts down!!! updated to Mojave and just an fyi the gear is no longer in the bar but the laptop does not randomly shut down. The problem is CPU core voltage related which is corrected by the python script or the macmods software for 10$. if this does not work it is most likely a logic board issue.

[br]

Good Luck[br]

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