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@kimberlyrenee
 
I own a late 2013 rMBP 15”, I had the same issue of frequent shutdowns and no patterns as to why shutdowns happened. But, I did notice something unusual, when my Mac was plugged into my TV via HDMI port it never ever crashed.
 
'''“For the most part the shut downs happen while browsing the web (I use Mozilla), I’ve used an HDMI cable to watch a movie on my TV with no shut downs.”'''
 
The solution that worked for me was buying a '''Dummy HDMI Plug (4K)''' for 8$ on Amazon. I popped it into my HDMI port and it worked like a charm!
 
I think the issue is with the OS trying to shutoff CPU cores and restarting them. The dummy HDMI plug tricks the OS into thinking that all 64 cores need to be alive for a high resolution(4k) display. Doing this will impact your battery charge life by 10-15% on a full charge, but still immensely better than constant restarts.
I think the issue is with the OS trying to shutoff CPU cores and restarting them. The dummy HDMI plug tricks the OS into thinking that all 64 cores need to be alive for a high resolution(4k) display. Doing this will impact your battery charge life by 10-15% on a full charge, but still immensely better than constant restarts.
 
I hope this really helps.
 
PS: I still have an occasional issue with fans going crazy after putting my mac to sleep.
 
Regards,
 
Rohith Reddy

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编辑: Rohith Reddy ,

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@kimberlyrenee
 
I own a late 2013 rMBP 15”, I had the same issue of frequent shutdowns,shutdowns and no patterns as to why itshutdowns happened. But, I did notice something unusual, when my rMBPMac was plugged into my TV via HDMI port it never ever crashed.
I own a late 2013 rMBP 15”, I had the same issue of frequent shutdowns,shutdowns and no patterns as to why itshutdowns happened. But, I did notice something unusual, when my rMBPMac was plugged into my TV via HDMI port it never ever crashed.
 
'''“For the most part the shut downs happen while browsing the web (I use Mozilla), I’ve used an HDMI cable to watch a movie on my TV with no shut downs.”'''
 
The solution that worked for me was buying a '''Dummy HDMI Plug (4K)''' for 8$ on Amazon. I popped it into my HDMI port and it worked like a charm!
 
I think the issue is with the OS trying to shutoff CPU cores and restarting them. So when you plug aThe dummy HDMI plug, whichplug tricks the OS into thinking that all 6 cores need to be alive. I have also noticedalive for a 10-15% dip inhigh resolution(4k) display. Doing this will impact your battery charge life by 10-15% on a full charge, but still immensely better than constant restarts.
I think the issue is with the OS trying to shutoff CPU cores and restarting them. So when you plug aThe dummy HDMI plug, whichplug tricks the OS into thinking that all 6 cores need to be alive. I have also noticedalive for a 10-15% dip inhigh resolution(4k) display. Doing this will impact your battery charge life by 10-15% on a full charge, but still immensely better than constant restarts.
 
I hope this really helps.
I hope this really helps.
 
PS: I still have aan occasional issue with fans going crazy after putting my mac to sleep.
PS: I still have aan occasional issue with fans going crazy after putting my mac to sleep.
 
Regards,
 
Rohith Reddy

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原帖由: Rohith Reddy ,

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@kimberlyrenee

I own a late 2013 rMBP 15”, I had the same issue of frequent shutdowns, no patterns as to why it happened. But, I did notice something unusual, when my rMBP was plugged into my TV via HDMI port it never ever crashed.

'''“For the most part the shut downs happen while browsing the web (I use Mozilla), I’ve used an HDMI cable to watch a movie on my TV with no shut downs.”'''

The solution that worked for me was buying a '''Dummy HDMI Plug (4K)''' for 8$ on Amazon. I popped it into my HDMI port and it worked like a charm!

I think the issue is with the OS trying to shutoff CPU cores and restarting them. So when you plug a dummy HDMI plug, which tricks the OS into thinking that all 6 cores need to be alive.  I have also noticed a 10-15% dip in battery life on a full charge, but still immensely better than constant restarts.

I hope this helps.

PS: I still have a occasional issue with fans going crazy after putting my mac to sleep.

Regards,

Rohith Reddy

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