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Versão atual de: Dan ,

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First heres the best guide on decoding AHT error codes: [http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13727_7-57352461-263/how-to-invoke-and-interpret-the-apple-hardware-tests/|CNET - How to invoke and interpret the Apple hardware tests]. So lets decipher yours here:
 
'''4SNS'''/1/C0000008: '''T''' '''POP'''--124
 
* T 4SNS - System sensor
 
* T - Temperature
 
The next one looks like a multiple
 
* P - Power Bus
* OP - Optical Drive
 
So what does this all mean? Sorry to say not much ;-{
 
The problem is you can't depend on AHT alone here. You need to so a little more diagnoses to figure out whats up. Some of your actions also help here in removing possibilities, but only to a point. Water damaged systems can still have issues that one would not think of like wiring harnesses or sensors that didn't get swapped. I think your on the right track looking at the sensors but before you start taking the system a part again lets do a little more testing.
 
OK what is the next steps here:
 
I would get a temperature monitoring app installed to see what it tells you. I like '''Temperature Gauge''' which you can download from the App Store (others will also work).
 
The other thing here is running '''Activity Monitor''' and look at what process is running. Often this can offer a clue or it could lead to a bad app or malware app that is causing your system to overheat.
 
Tell us what you see (post a screen capture or two) then we can know for sure whatswhat to dig into. Good Luck!
Tell us what you see (post a screen capture or two) then we can know for sure whatswhat to dig into. Good Luck!

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Postagem original de: Dan ,

Texto:

First heres the best guide on decoding AHT error codes: [http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13727_7-57352461-263/how-to-invoke-and-interpret-the-apple-hardware-tests/|CNET - How to invoke and interpret the Apple hardware tests]. So lets decipher yours here:

'''4SNS'''/1/C0000008: '''T''' '''POP'''--124

* T 4SNS - System sensor

* T - Temperature

The next one looks like a multiple

* P - Power Bus
* OP - Optical Drive

So what does this all mean? Sorry to say not much ;-{

The problem is you can't depend on AHT alone here. You need to so a little more diagnoses to figure out whats up. Some of your actions also help here in removing possibilities, but only to a point. Water damaged systems can still have issues that one would not think of like wiring harnesses or sensors that didn't get swapped. I think your on the right track looking at the sensors but before you start taking the system a part again lets do a little more testing.

OK what is the next steps here:

I would get a temperature monitoring app installed to see what it tells you. I like '''Temperature Gauge''' which you can download from the App Store (others will also work).

The other thing here is running '''Activity Monitor''' and look at what process is running. Often this can offer a clue or it could lead to a bad app or malware app that is causing your system to overheat.

Tell us what you see (post a screen capture or two) then we can know for sure whats to dig into. Good Luck!

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