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    macbook pro
    my macbook pro froze on me and starting making these weird noises, i looked to take the battery out until i found i couldnt, then i pressed this little small button on the bottom left hand side causes little green lights to flash nothing happend, then i tried a few of the command buttons from the keyboard to rest it and get it working nothing works, i keep getting this screen

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    Did you press the power off button and shut it down as it instructs on the screen?
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    yessir tried a bunch of stuff none is working

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    that screen says "you need to restart your computer hold down the power button 4 several seconds or press the restart button"

    not sure what a reset button is, didnt know one button can reset it

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    The power button. Top right side of your laptop, by the keyboard. Should be highlighted in your users manual... looks EXACTLY like the symbol in the instruction.
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    well they mention 2 buttons if you read what i wrote they say the power button and the reset button, your speaking of the power button

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    There is no reset button on a macbook pro.
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    i didnt think so, idk y it would even say that on that screen then

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    because you had a critical kernel panic and the systems needs to be cold booted.
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    well i did that, how come it didnt work? is there anything else i could do?

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    did it shut off? did you turn it on? You've provided zero details.

    call apples support
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