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Mac Pro - problem switch on


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Hello everyone

I bought mac book pro last year.. And 2 month ago, it didnt want to switch on. I tried few times etc...nothing. AFter 2 days, I press the button and it switch on!! Anyway, so to make sure, I formatted everything with the 7 times process... ANd today it s doing again, I cannot switch it on! Someone has a clue?

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