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2011 MacBook Pros Confirmed To Crash Under Load

gimpboy Re:Probably thermal paste issue (501 comments)

You've clearly been reading up on this because that is essentially the opposite of what was concluded on the thread referenced in the initial posting. The only public strip down from iFixit shows ample thermal paste being used (they think it's too much). I've been working with this for the last week and my vote goes to a driver or firmware issue.

more than 3 years ago
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2011 MacBook Pros Confirmed To Crash Under Load

gimpboy Re:Try with quality laptop cooling pad? (5 comments)

This can happen for me when the computer is cool to the touch. I've read through that thread a lot and I really think this is a driver/firmware issue.

more than 3 years ago
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2011 MacBook Pros Confirmed To Crash Under Load

gimpboy Sometimes no load is needed (5 comments)

While mine crashes quicker under heavy load, it's not necessary.

more than 3 years ago
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Did Microsoft Invent The iPod?

gimpboy Re:Plagiarism (540 comments)

The submitter should have written something like:


Not so according to this blurb from tech web "If you think Apple Computer's Steve Jobs invented the technology behind the Apple iPod, don't bet your 60GB, 15,000-song model on it. According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, patent applications that cover much of the technology associated with the iPod were submitted by Microsoft."


Which would have become:

nate.oo writes " Not so according to this blurb from tech web "If you think Apple Computer's Steve Jobs invented the technology behind the Apple iPod, don't bet your 60GB, 15,000-song model on it. According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, patent applications that cover much of the technology associated with the iPod were submitted by Microsoft.""

more than 9 years ago

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