OT: Macbook Random Shutdown
mkutscher1 at mac.com
Sun Oct 8 18:05:23 CDT 2006
You might want to check the discussion boards on Apple's website. The
problem (as was with my macbook) was a faulty logic board and heat
sensor. Thus, the problem was the machine was getting way too hot and
then shut down (that was my first time to send my machine in which
caused the logic board replacement). However, the heat sensor was
still reading the hardware as too hot and thus shut the machine off.
It took me two times to send the machine in, but it has now been
working quite well for two weeks.
Generally, it is a process that you have to send in for repair...
Words of advice... be patient in the return.
On Oct 8, 2006, at 5:57 PM, Marian Petrides wrote:
> Actually, the MacBook Pro also had a battery recall (but not
> because of fire hazard). At the moment there is no recall in place
> for MacBook (not Pro) batteries.
> On Oct 8, 2006, at 5:12 PM, Sarah Reichelt wrote:
>> On 10/9/06, Shari <shari at gypsyware.com> wrote:
>>> Is it a new computer? There is a huge battery recall for laptop
>>> computers. All batteries made by Sony are being recalled, and this
>>> is affecting many brands of laptops. Something about the batteries
>>> overheating, and apparently some have caught fire. I wonder if a
>>> battery would cause the computer to shut down? Though if that were
>>> so, surely there wouldn't have been actual fires.
>> No, the recalled Apple batteries are all in iBooks & PowerBooks. The
>> MacBooks with the shutdown problem use different batteries that have
>> not been recalled.
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