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Текущая версия: Richard ,

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This sounds like a sensor issue on the main logic board. If I am correct, Apple recommends replacing the board. Basically what happens is a sensor reads a bad value (too hot, low voltage, high voltage, etc..) and lowers the PC to it lowest possible settings to protect the hardware. The result is a machine that cannot be used in the crippled state. This happens a lot with the power adapter.
-Since you are traveling you likely cannot find an apple service center. You may end up being force to buy a new machine. You option would be to find someone who may service apple devices but that is rare.
+Since you are traveling you likely cannot find an apple service center. You may end up being force to buy a new machine. Your other option would be to find someone who may service Apple devices but that is rare - Apple does not provide service info to third parties.

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Отредактировано: Richard ,

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-This sounds like a sensor issue on the main logic board. In these cases apple recommends replacing the board. Basically what happens is a sensor reads a bad value (too hot, low voltage, high voltage, etc..) and lowers the PC to it lowest possible settings to protect the hardware. The result is a machine that cannot be used in the crippled state.
+This sounds like a sensor issue on the main logic board. If I am correct, Apple recommends replacing the board. Basically what happens is a sensor reads a bad value (too hot, low voltage, high voltage, etc..) and lowers the PC to it lowest possible settings to protect the hardware. The result is a machine that cannot be used in the crippled state. This happens a lot with the power adapter.
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+Since you are traveling you likely cannot find an apple service center. You may end up being force to buy a new machine. You option would be to find someone who may service apple devices but that is rare.

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Оригинальный сообщение: Richard ,

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This sounds like a sensor issue on the main logic board.  In these cases apple recommends replacing the board.  Basically what happens is a sensor reads a bad value (too hot, low voltage, high voltage, etc..) and lowers the PC to it lowest possible settings to protect the hardware.  The result is a machine that cannot be used in the crippled state.

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