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I accidentally ran Mamtest on my macbook pro from the GRUB menu, and as i post this, the errors are in the 300-thousands. Whats going on? Also, it says at the top, core i3/i5...i have a core i7. Again, whats going on? it doesn't recognize commands from the keyboard either, and im afraid to just turn it off. What do i do?
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Turn it off and reset the PRAM NVRAM. See this LINK. Why in the world are you running Memtest from a Linux boot loader anyway?
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Turn it off and reset the PRAM NVRAM. See this LINK. Why in the world are you running Memtest from a Linux boot loader anyway?
thx, and i ran it by accident from the GRUB Boot menu. :/
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