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Macbook Pro freezes on log in?


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Hi guys,

I have noticed my Macbook Pro freezes on log in.

This only happens when I leave my MBP unattended for a certain amount of time then it automatically logs itself as expected.

The problem is when I get back to my Macbook it freezes and won't let me type or press anything to log back in..

I need a solution to this problem, thank you reading.

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Hi guys,

I have noticed my Macbook Pro freezes on log in.

This only happens when I leave my MBP unattended for a certain amount of time then it automatically logs itself as expected.

The problem is when I get back to my Macbook it freezes and won't let me type or press anything to log back in..

I need a solution to this problem, thank you reading.

Kind regards,
Steven
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[QUOTE=stevenq5;1235833]Hi guys,

I have noticed my Macbook Pro freezes on log in.

This only happens when I leave my MBP unattended for a certain amount of time then it automatically logs itself as expected.

The problem is when I get back to my Macbook it freezes and won't let me type or press anything to log back in..

I need a solution to this problem, thank you reading.

Kind regards,
Sheila:

I see that this question has been asked, and a response is question was merged, but I do not see an answer. I am having the same problem. Any advise?
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Tell us about your MacBook Pro. What year and model is it? Also tell us which version of OS X it's running?
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I was listening some songs on macbook pro 13'. when suddenly it got stuck . I shut down the notebook with the power button, and now when i am trying to restart it, there's a black screen, no start up sound and the light indicator is there but static. besides there's no activity on built-in keybord or any where else.

what should I do now ?

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P.s I am using OSx 10.7 and its late 2011 model.
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Try starting up your MacBook Pro by holding down the Command and R keys at the same time as soon as you hear the startup sound. (Bong) Let us know what happens.
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Hello Chscag

Tried doing that but nothing happened. Still the very same black screen and the stagnant white light on the solid body.

Any other way out of that.?
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OK, it sounds like a power supply failure. I'm assuming you've tried to start it up both on battery and when plugged into the AC mains? Do you have access to another MagSafe Adapter Charger? Also, is your 2011 MacBook Pro covered by Apple Care?
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Well i have tried it with the power supply as well as on the batteries. I even tried with magasafe adapter charger but it did not work either.

yes it is under the warranty .. will go to apple store if cant fix it myself.
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If it's still under warranty, don't mess with it any longer. Make an appointment with your local Apple store and take it on in. Be sure to take along the MagSafe Charger unit with you when you go.
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alright thank you very much much appreciated.
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