Resposta para "My computer shuts down every day for a several times!"If it's in hardware: First thing: depending on the model of Mac, I'd unscrew the back-plate and VACUUM (not compressed air, but VACUUM) the unit. If the fans are full of crud and the ports are dirty, that equals HIGHER temps. The unit can shut down that way. Happens from time-to-time and I've seen it. After that, go to Apple if it's a current model and still supported; check your MacTracker to make sure. Take it to Apple. If it's under warranty that's a total no brainer (that's a North American slang phrase that means to do it first), At that point, they will do a hardware diag on the machine under your watchful eye and see what's up while you show them how it happens. This may be the scheme, sometimes not if it's an intermittent that's hard to duplicate (but will show up eventually). In that case, they'll keep the machine for a time and run diagnostic loops on it to see when it'll fail.
Resposta para "My computer shuts down every day for a several times!"Also: Full Log posts aren't all that informative...and totally LARGE. Keep those out and put them in when needed (and excerpts only please and when asked for parts:) ) First thing to do is see if the crash happens from ANOTHER account/profile. If you don't have another user on the machine, make one and test for a few hours or an interval(s) that usually amounts to a restart/crash/kernel panic. Decision Tree: If problem goes away, it's part of YOUR profile and that's where to start looking. If the problem DOESN'T go away, it's systematic and that's just as difficult to diagnose. JimFixer is very right in wanting to know if you made ANY changes to your machine...have you?
Resposta para "Micro SD card is not recognised"There are a few issues that can limit the unit's ability to read a MicroSD card. (1) First, have you made sure the card is compatible? Sometimes the card itself is a problem. Can happen. I use only x10 or faster units and have had no issues (At the Moment, I'm using a Samsung 64 gig card), (2) Is the card CLEAN? Dirty cards with fingerprints on the metallic surfaces can be problematic although not usually so. But it can happen and using a slightly-damp towel is a plus (right after the shower anyone?), (3) The orientation of the card is paramount when inserting. As you face the unit with the home button down and the loading port for the card on the left, make sure the logo (in this case, Samsung) is facing up and the largest squared off end is out, smaller side in, metallic side down. (4) A satisfying, almost imperceptible *click* when it's inserted and is actually SEATED. Beware this one as it's important. I use the ROUNDED end of a paperclip to gently finish the parts my fat fingers can't reach. After...