Question about Apple MacBook Pro Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
There are a lot of possible reasons can cause a MacBook Pro to start running slow, generally related to hardware and software issues.
Check out this site http://www.macbookproslow.com/ for the top causes and quick step by step fixes.
Hope it helps!
Posted on Jun 21, 2014
If your Mac Pro is joined to a Windows Domain, you may experience slowness issues after upgrading to Mavericks. There is no known solution at this time, aside from setting up a Mac server in the enterprise and running on it Open Directory, then binding your mac to the Open Directory server instead of an Active Directory server.
Posted on Jul 19, 2014
There are so many common problem faced by mac user which make system slow. MacBook Pro slow due to hard drive, Outdated OS X, large application load up in the background, old hardware support, Drivers and most important check for virus and user best anti-virus for your MacBook Pro. If you need any technical help follow http://www.apple.com/support/. Mac Tech Support
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My 17" pro mac starts
That could be a couple of different issues. Steps I would take to solve this issue.1) Remove or disconnect battery2) Remove RAM.3) Power on the computerIf you don't get any beeps then it's the logic board (the motherboard). If you get beeps then it could be either the RAM, the hard drive, or the optical drive.4) Replace all components back to computer5) Hold down power button until the computer beeps or the power light flashes a lot. See if it starts properly.6) If not then turn it on and hold down CMD + Option + P + R (this is a PRAM reset)
If this doesn't work then you'll have to take it to a professional to get them to look at it, but it's most likely the logic board.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2011
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