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Iniciado por FAS, abril 27, 2012, 08:38:48 pm
CitarToday I was happily working on some Java code, when I decided to relocate to a sunny spot in the backyard. I closed my MacBook Pro, walked outside and opened my MBP again to continue work: a black screen!The screen of my Mac stayed black, although it did not indicate to be in a sleeping state. WTF? I restarted the Mac, removed the battery, reset PRAM/NVRAM and the PMU, but nothing worked! ARGH! Then, I found a solution that worked.If you find yourself in a similar situation, do the following:Shutdown your Mac entirely by holding the power button for 5 seconds.Hook up your Mac to another one with a FireWire cable. (You have one, right?)Hold the T key on your mac's internal keyboard and press the power button. When your MBP's disk will shows up as an external firewire disk on your HelperMac, release the T button.Open finder and go to the /private/var/vm folder on your MacBook's hard drive. You may need to use Command-Shift-G in Finder, because this folder is hidden by default. Once in/private/var/vm remove the sleepfile you find there.Next, go to /System/Library on you MBP's disk and remove Extensions.mkext.Now, eject your MBP drive and shutdown your MBP by hitting its power button.After these steps, you should be able to boot your MBP as normal again.Although I'm not sure of the problem at hand, it appears that thesleepfile gets corrupted in some way.
Cita de: "Tech-Boy"Primera cosa que puedes intentar es sustener. Control + Option + P + R todos al mismo tiempor durante aranque hasta que oigas el sonido de aranque dos veces
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