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Fans running fast, slow response, intermittently

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I was asked to repair this MBP, because it was very slow in responding to mouse or trackpad clicksclicks,as well as keyboard input, if at all. I replaced the old HDD with a good SSD fresh install Sierra, and she was fixed. Until I demonstrated my fix to my friend, when it suddenly was again slow in responding to trackpad etc. So I decided to dig some further, but now cannot even reproduce the problem. She is running fine now for hours, even ran “Heaven” without issue.Soissue. So I can rule out the dreaded 2011 GPU failure, right? How do we go about tracking an intermittent issue? I do not have the ASD for this rig, unfortunately…
I was asked to repair this MBP, because it was very slow in responding to mouse or trackpad clicksclicks,as well as keyboard input, if at all. I replaced the old HDD with a good SSD fresh install Sierra, and she was fixed. Until I demonstrated my fix to my friend, when it suddenly was again slow in responding to trackpad etc. So I decided to dig some further, but now cannot even reproduce the problem. She is running fine now for hours, even ran “Heaven” without issue.Soissue. So I can rule out the dreaded 2011 GPU failure, right? How do we go about tracking an intermittent issue? I do not have the ASD for this rig, unfortunately…

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

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Fans running fast, slow response, intermittently

Testo:

I was asked to repair this MBP, because it was very slow in responding to mouse or trackpad clicks, if at all. I replaced the old HDD with a good SSD fresh install Sierra, and she was fixed. Until I demonstrated my fix to my friend, when it suddenly was again slow in responding to trackpad etc. So I decided to dig some further, but now cannot even reproduce the problem. She is running fine now for hours, even ran “Heaven” without issue.So I can rule out the dreaded 2011 GPU failure, right? How do we go about tracking an intermittent issue? I do not have the ASD for this rig, unfortunately…

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

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Modifica di: Jurgen ,

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Fans runningrunning fast, slow response, intermittently
Fans runningrunning fast, slow response, intermittently

Testo:

I was asked to repair this MBP, because it was very slow in responding to mouse or trackpad clicks, if at all. I replaced the old HDD with a good SSD fresh install Sierra, and she was fixed. Until I demonstrated my fix to my friend, when it suddenly was again slow in responding to trackpad etc. So I decided to diddig some further, but now cannot even reproduce the problem. She is running fine now for hours, even ran “Heaven” without issue.So I can rule out the dreaded 2011 GPU failure, right? How do we go about tracking an intermittent issue? I do not have the ASD for this rig, unfortunately…
I was asked to repair this MBP, because it was very slow in responding to mouse or trackpad clicks, if at all. I replaced the old HDD with a good SSD fresh install Sierra, and she was fixed. Until I demonstrated my fix to my friend, when it suddenly was again slow in responding to trackpad etc. So I decided to diddig some further, but now cannot even reproduce the problem. She is running fine now for hours, even ran “Heaven” without issue.So I can rule out the dreaded 2011 GPU failure, right? How do we go about tracking an intermittent issue? I do not have the ASD for this rig, unfortunately…

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

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Post originale di: Jurgen ,

Titolo:

Fans running, slow response, intermittently

Testo:

I was asked to repair this MBP, because it was very slow in responding to mouse or trackpad clicks, if at all. I replaced the old HDD with a good SSD fresh install Sierra, and she was fixed. Until I demonstrated my fix to my friend, when it suddenly was again slow in responding to trackpad etc. So I decided to did some further, but now cannot even reproduce the problem. She is running fine now for hours, even ran “Heaven” without issue.So I can rule out the dreaded 2011 GPU failure, right? How do we go about tracking an intermittent issue? I do not have the ASD for this rig, unfortunately…

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

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open