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HowWhat should I do I provew/ random GSoD?
HowWhat should I do I provew/ random GSoD?

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My new MacBook Pro has given me the Grey Screen of Death almost once a day during evening work hours. I'm not doing anything unnatural, just normal web browsing and terminal use. It feels warm to the touch but nothing out of the ordinary. What should I do?
My new MacBook Pro has given me the Grey Screen of Death almost once a day during evening work hours. I'm not doing anything unnatural, just normal web browsing and terminal use. It feels warm to the touch but nothing out of the ordinary. What should I do?
 
I'm under warranty so I should be covered but since it only dies after some random period of time I'm worried they'll just say "it works fine." I'm going to encode some movies for a while to see if this will cause it to happen any sooner.
 
Any suggestions on how to tax my computer until it dies?
 
'''UPDATE:''' Found an [link|http://macfidelity.de/2009/05/10/mac-how-to-stress-test-your-cpu-in-mac-os-x/|easy way to max the processor]. It didn't induce my issues tho.
'''UPDATE:''' Found an [link|http://macfidelity.de/2009/05/10/mac-how-to-stress-test-your-cpu-in-mac-os-x/|easy way to max the processor]. It didn't induce my issues tho.
 
I have the logs showing the crashes, is that enough proof?
 
'''UPDATE:''' I was lucky enough to have spare RAM around. Replacing the RAM seems to have solved the problem. No crashes for a week.

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MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

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Editado por: Chris Cline ,

Título:

How do I prove random GSoD?

Texto:

My new MacBook Pro has given me the Grey Screen of Death almost once a day during evening work hours. I'm not doing anything unnatural, just normal web browsing and terminal use. It feels warm to the touch but nothing out of the ordinary.
 
I'm under warranty so I should be covered but since it only dies after some random period of time I'm worried they'll just say "it works fine." I'm going to encode some movies for a while to see if this will cause it to happen any sooner.
 
Any suggestions on how to tax my computer until it dies? I

'''UPDATE:''' Found an [link|http://macfidelity.de/2009/05/10/mac-how-to-stress-test-your-cpu-in-mac-os-x/|easy way to max the processor].

I
have the logs showing the crashes, is that enough proof?
Any suggestions on how to tax my computer until it dies? I

'''UPDATE:''' Found an [link|http://macfidelity.de/2009/05/10/mac-how-to-stress-test-your-cpu-in-mac-os-x/|easy way to max the processor].

I
have the logs showing the crashes, is that enough proof?

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Chris Cline ,

Título:

How do I prove random GSoD?

Texto:

My new MacBook Pro has given me the Grey Screen of Death almost once a day during evening work hours. I'm not doing anything unnatural, just normal web browsing and terminal use. It feels warm to the touch but nothing out of the ordinary.

I'm under warranty so I should be covered but since it only dies after some random period of time I'm worried they'll just say "it works fine." I'm going to encode some movies for a while to see if this will cause it to happen any sooner.

Any suggestions on how to tax my computer until it dies? I have the logs showing the crashes, is that enough proof?

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open