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Hi everybody I have MBP15 and on my LCD I see waves. Waves are like the telephone near MBP15 and catching connection. I recognize that waves are comming when I use more resources and big software as Adobe packet.
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Hi everybody I have MBP15 and on my LCD I see waves. Waves are like the telephone near MBP15 and catching connection. I recognize that waves are comming when I use more resources and big software as Adobe packet.
I have to be honest - I'm really confused as to what you mean. I do see you have another post describing revving fans so clearly your MBP is under some sort of distress. Can you describe this symptom a little differently or post a screen capture?
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Sorry, but it's not possible. It's not visible on screen capture. I tried it.
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Sorry, but it's not possible. It's not visible on screen capture. I tried it.
Take a picture with your phone? Can you try to describe the problem again - your first sentence - while not crystal clear is at least digestible - it's the next two sentences that I really wasn't following very well.
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