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Hey Gord
-This could be either one of a hardware issue or a software issue. I would first begin by resetting the SMC (System Management Controller). Sometimes this component becomes confused on certain operations that may result in abnormal behavior.
+This could be either one of a hardware issue or a software issue. I would first begin by resetting the SMC (System Management Controller). Sometimes this component becomes confused on certain operations that may result in abnormal behavior. To reset the SMC connect the MagSafe cable then hold the “Shift” + “Control” + “Option” keys while you press the power. You will know the SMC is reset when you see the charging indicator change colors from green to amber.
Since you already replaced the battery on the MacBook, you can rule out the battery not delivering peak power performance, so try to pull up Activity Monitor on the MacBook if you can get it to start. This will show you if there are processes running that are shutting the MacBook down, or running scripts that are creating these issues. If not load the macOS Cloud Recovery by restarting the Mac and holding the “Option” key before you hit the power button then load Disk Utility. You will want to run the “First Aid” feature on the HDD that is inside the MacBook to make sure the system and file formatting is healthy and free of corruption. If the Mac’s report is healthy then you may have a hardware issue obstructing power.
Since it may be hardware related, check to see that all the power cables are fully seated in there connectors. This includes the battery cable, the sensor cables, the LCD cables, the HDD cables, and the heat sensing cables. You should also check to see that the connection for the battery is clean, and fits securely in the connector.
If non of this works try removing the battery from the MacBook and connect the MagSafe connector only to see if the MacBook boots normally. If it does then the Logic Board isn’t recognizing the new battery correctly to keep a steady flow of power.
Hope this helps….Good Luck!

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Stephen ,

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Hey Gord

This could be either one of a hardware issue or a software issue. I would first begin by resetting the SMC (System Management Controller). Sometimes this component becomes confused on certain operations that may result in abnormal behavior.

Since you already replaced the battery on the MacBook, you can rule out the battery not delivering peak power performance, so try to pull up Activity Monitor on the MacBook if you can get it to start. This will show you if there are processes running that are shutting the MacBook down, or running scripts that are creating these issues. If not load the macOS Cloud Recovery by restarting the Mac and holding the “Option” key before you hit the power button then load Disk Utility. You will want to run the “First Aid” feature on the HDD that is inside the MacBook to make sure the system and file formatting is healthy and free of corruption. If the Mac’s report is healthy then you may have a hardware issue obstructing power.

Since it may be hardware related, check to see that all the power cables are fully seated in there connectors. This includes the battery cable, the sensor cables, the LCD cables, the HDD cables, and the heat sensing cables. You should also check to see that the connection for the battery is clean, and fits securely in the connector.

If non of this works try removing the battery from the MacBook and connect the MagSafe connector only to see if the MacBook boots normally. If it does then the Logic Board isn’t recognizing the new battery correctly to keep a steady flow of power.

Hope this helps….Good Luck!

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