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I'm not sure how you haven't found anything online, the 2011 MacBook Pros ''notoriously'' have GPU issues. The only real fix is to replace the chip. I’ll bet the issues will return even after rebaking the board, unfortinatelyunfortunately. Software wise, you could also disable the AMD GPU and only use Intel integrated graphics, which may be the best no-cost fix for your machine.
I'm not sure how you haven't found anything online, the 2011 MacBook Pros ''notoriously'' have GPU issues. The only real fix is to replace the chip. I’ll bet the issues will return even after rebaking the board, unfortinatelyunfortunately. Software wise, you could also disable the AMD GPU and only use Intel integrated graphics, which may be the best no-cost fix for your machine.
 
Check out this StackExchange post for a lot more info on the problem, including how to disable the AMD GPU, which I’d recommend trying if the issue returns: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/267581/gpu-problem-boot-hangs-on-grey-screen/295805#295805
 
At least it may prolong the inevitable.

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I'm not sure how you haven't found anything online, the 2011 MacBook Pros ''notoriously'' have GPU issues. The only real fix is to replace the chip. Some people get lucky, but I’ll bet the issues will return even after rebaking the boardboard, unfortinately. Software wise, you could also disable the AMD GPU and only use Intel integrated graphics, which may be the best no-cost fix for your machine.
I'm not sure how you haven't found anything online, the 2011 MacBook Pros ''notoriously'' have GPU issues. The only real fix is to replace the chip. Some people get lucky, but I’ll bet the issues will return even after rebaking the boardboard, unfortinately. Software wise, you could also disable the AMD GPU and only use Intel integrated graphics, which may be the best no-cost fix for your machine.
 
Check out this StackExchange post for a lot more info on the problem, including how to disable the AMD GPU, which I’d recommend trying if the issue returns: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/267581/gpu-problem-boot-hangs-on-grey-screen/295805#295805
 
At least it may prolong the inevitable.

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Edit by: Jonah Aragon ,

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I'm not sure how you haven't found anything online, the 2011 MacBook Pros ''notoriously'' have GPU issues. The only real fix is to replace the chip, or disable it and only use Intel integrated graphics, if the issue persists for you. Somechip. Some people get lucky, but I’ll bet the issues will return even after rebaking the board. Software wise, you could also disable the AMD GPU and only use Intel integrated graphics, which may be the best no-cost fix for your machine.
I'm not sure how you haven't found anything online, the 2011 MacBook Pros ''notoriously'' have GPU issues. The only real fix is to replace the chip, or disable it and only use Intel integrated graphics, if the issue persists for you. Somechip. Some people get lucky, but I’ll bet the issues will return even after rebaking the board. Software wise, you could also disable the AMD GPU and only use Intel integrated graphics, which may be the best no-cost fix for your machine.
 
Check out this StackExchange post for a lot more infoinfo on the problem, including how to disable the AMD GPU, which might be the best low-cost solution forI’d recommend trying if the machineissue returns: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/267581/gpu-problem-boot-hangs-on-grey-screen/295805#295805
Check out this StackExchange post for a lot more infoinfo on the problem, including how to disable the AMD GPU, which might be the best low-cost solution forI’d recommend trying if the machineissue returns: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/267581/gpu-problem-boot-hangs-on-grey-screen/295805#295805
 
At least it may prolong the inevitable.

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open

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I'm not sure how you haven't found anything online, the 2011 MacBook Pros ''notoriously'' have GPU issues. The only real fix is to replace the chip, or disable it and only use Intel integrated graphics, if the issue persists for you. Some people get lucky, but I’ll bet the issues will return even after rebaking the board.

Check out this StackExchange post for a lot more info, including how to disable the AMD GPU, which might be the best low-cost solution for the machine: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/267581/gpu-problem-boot-hangs-on-grey-screen/295805#295805

At least it may prolong the inevitable.

Status:

open