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Aktuelle Version von: oldturkey03 (Bewertungsdetails) ,

Titel:

Is my SMC dead?

Text:

Hello everyone,

My late 2011 MacBook Pro  has come to an end. Even if right now is perfectly working when plugged to the charger.

After shutting down, due to a completely discharged battery, I plugged the MagSafe in and try to turn it on. Nothing happened even after resetting PRAM and SMC.

I unplugged and plugged the battery back in and it magically turned on, but the battery wouldn’t charge even if the charger was plugged in. Strangely the battery was discharging even with the charger on.

Once the battery discharged completely, the system shows a crossed battery symbol. Now battery is not recognized and  in order to turn on I have to do the reset SMC procedure.

During this procedure the MagSafe charger remains Green without changing to Amber.

I also downloaded MacsFan control and the result is that “No fans detected on this computer”.

Another strange behaviour, when the MagSafe charger is plugged in and show a bright Green, if I unplug the charger the system shuts down immediately. If instead the charger show a lower green light and I unplug the charger the mac continues to stay on, so I guess the battery is still alive.

Is my SMC dead? Is there any way via terminal to detect if it working or not? Shall I try and replace the SMC?

I have seen from this similar post: [post|416164]. There someone suggested a PRAM battery replacement, Can this be applied to my late 2011 model?

Thanks a lot for spending your time reading this. I hope someone can give me a solution for this problem!

Cheers

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Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

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Bearbeitet von: luca ,

Titel:

Is my SMC dead?

Text:

Hello everyone,
 
My late 2011 MacBook Pro has come to an end. Even if right now is perfectly working when plugged to the charger.
 
After shutting down, due to a completely discharged battery, I plugged the MagSafe in and try to turn it on. Nothing happened even after resetting PRAM and SMC.
 
I unplugged and plugged the battery back in and it magically turned on, but the battery wouldn’t charge even if the charger was plugged in. Strangely the battery was discharging even with the charger on.
 
Once the battery discharged completely, the system shows a crossed battery symbol. Now battery is not recognized and in order to turn on I have to do the reset SMC procedure.
 
During this procedure the MagSafe charger remains Green without changing to Amber.
 
I also downloaded MacsFan control and the result is that “No fans detected on this computer”.
 
Another strange behaviour, when the MagSafe charger is plugged in and show a bright Green, if I unplug the charger the system shuts down immediately. If instead the charger show a lower green light and I unplug the charger the mac continues to stay on, so I guess the battery is still alive.
 
Is my SMC dead? Is there any way via terminal to detect if it working or not? Shall I try and replace the SMC?
 
I have seen from this similar post: [post|416164]. There someone suggested a PRAM battery replacement, Can this be applied to my late 2011 model?
 
Thanks a lot for spending your time reading this. I hope someone can give me a solution for this problem!
 
Cheers
 
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Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Dan ,

Titel:

Is my SMC dead?

Text:

Hello everyone,
 
My late 2011 MacbookMacBook Pro has come to an end. Even if right now is perfectly working when plugged to the charger.[br]charger.
My late 2011 MacbookMacBook Pro has come to an end. Even if right now is perfectly working when plugged to the charger.[br]charger.
 
After shutting down, due to a completely discharged battery, I plugged the MagSafe in and try to turn it on. Nothing happened even after resetting PRAM and SMC.
 
After shutting down, due to a completely discharged battery, II unplugged and plugged the magsafebattery back in and try to turn it on. Nothing happenedmagically turned on, but the battery wouldn’t charge even after resetting Pram and SMC. [br]if the charger was plugged in. Strangely the battery was discharging even with the charger on.
After shutting down, due to a completely discharged battery, II unplugged and plugged the magsafebattery back in and try to turn it on. Nothing happenedmagically turned on, but the battery wouldn’t charge even after resetting Pram and SMC. [br]if the charger was plugged in. Strangely the battery was discharging even with the charger on.
 
Once the battery discharged completely, the system shows a crossed battery symbol. Now battery is not recognized and in order to turn on I have to do the reset SMC procedure.
 
I unplugged and plugged the battery and it magically turned on, but the battery wouldn’t charge even if the charger was plugged. Strangely the battery was discharging even withDuring this procedure the MagSafe charger onremains Green without changing to Amber.
I unplugged and plugged the battery and it magically turned on, but the battery wouldn’t charge even if the charger was plugged. Strangely the battery was discharging even withDuring this procedure the MagSafe charger onremains Green without changing to Amber.
 
OnceI also downloaded MacsFan control and the battery discharged completely, the mac shows a crossed battery symbol. Now batteryresult is not recognized and in order to turnthat “No fans detected on I have to do the reset smc procedure.[br]this computer”.
OnceI also downloaded MacsFan control and the battery discharged completely, the mac shows a crossed battery symbol. Now batteryresult is not recognized and in order to turnthat “No fans detected on I have to do the reset smc procedure.[br]this computer”.
 
Another strange behaviour, when the MagSafe charger is plugged in and show a bright Green, if I unplug the charger the system shuts down immediately. If instead the charger show a lower green light and I unplug the charger the mac continues to stay on, so I guess the battery is still alive.
 
During this procedureIs my SMC dead? Is there any way via terminal to detect if it working or not? Shall I try and replace the magsafe charger remains green without changing to amber.SMC?
During this procedureIs my SMC dead? Is there any way via terminal to detect if it working or not? Shall I try and replace the magsafe charger remains green without changing to amber.SMC?
 
I also downloaded macs fan control and the result is that “No fans detected on this computer”.

Another strange behaviour, when the charger is plugged and show a bright green light if I unplug the charger the mac shuts down immediately. If instead the charger show a lower green light and I unplug the charger the mac continues to stay on, so i guess the battery is still alive. [br]


[br]


Is my SMC dead? is there any way via terminal to detect if it working or not? Shall I try and replace the SMC? [br]


I
have seen from this similar post: [post|416164][br]


that
post|416164]. There someone suggested a PRAM battery replacement, canCan this be applied to my late 2011 model?[br]


[br]


Thanks a lot for spending your time reading this. I hope someone can give me a solution for this problem! [br]


[br]
model?
I also downloaded macs fan control and the result is that “No fans detected on this computer”.

Another strange behaviour, when the charger is plugged and show a bright green light if I unplug the charger the mac shuts down immediately. If instead the charger show a lower green light and I unplug the charger the mac continues to stay on, so i guess the battery is still alive. [br]


[br]


Is my SMC dead? is there any way via terminal to detect if it working or not? Shall I try and replace the SMC? [br]


I
have seen from this similar post: [post|416164][br]


that
post|416164]. There someone suggested a PRAM battery replacement, canCan this be applied to my late 2011 model?[br]


[br]


Thanks a lot for spending your time reading this. I hope someone can give me a solution for this problem! [br]


[br]
model?
 
Thanks a lot for spending your time reading this. I hope someone can give me a solution for this problem!
 
Cheers
 
 
 
[image|1671196]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: luca ,

Titel:

Is my SMC dead?

Text:

Hello everyone,
 
My late 2011 Macbook Pro has come to an end. Even if right now is perfectly working when plugged to the charger.[br]
 
 
After shutting down, due to a completely discharged battery, I plugged the magsafe in and try to turn it on. Nothing happened even after resetting Pram and SMC. [br]
 
 
I unplugged and plugged the battery and it magically turned on, but the battery wouldn’t charge even if the charger was plugged. Strangely the battery was discharging even with the charger on.
 
Once the battery discharged completely, the mac shows a crossed battery symbol. Now battery is not recognized and in order to turn on I have to do the reset smc procedure.[br]
 
 
During this procedure the magsafe charger remains green without changing to amber.
 
I also downloaded macs fan control and the result is that “No fans detected on this computer”.
 
Another strange behaviour, when the charger is plugged and show a bright green light if I unplug the charger the mac shuts down immediately. If instead the charger show a lower green light and I unplug the charger the mac continues to stay on, so i guess the battery is still alive. [br]
 
 
[br]
 
 
Is my SMC dead? is there any way via terminal to detect if it working or not? Shall I try and replace the SMC? [br]
 
 
I have seen from this similar post: [post|416164][br]
 
 
that someone suggested a PRAM battery replacement, can this be applied to my late 2011 model?[br]
 
 
[br]
 
 
Thanks a lot for spending your time reading this. I hope someone can give me a solution for this problem! [br]
 
 
[br]
 
 
Cheers
 
 
 
[image|1671196]

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: luca ,

Titel:

Is my SMC dead?

Text:

Hello everyone,

My late 2011 Macbook Pro  has come to an end. Even if right now is perfectly working when plugged to the charger.[br]

After shutting down, due to a completely discharged battery, I plugged the magsafe in and try to turn it on. Nothing happened even after resetting Pram and SMC. [br]

I unplugged and plugged the battery and it magically turned on, but the battery wouldn’t charge even if the charger was plugged.  Strangely the battery was discharging even with the charger on.

Once the battery discharged completely, the mac shows a crossed battery symbol. Now battery is not recognized and  in order to turn on I have to do the reset smc procedure.[br]

During this procedure the magsafe charger remains green without changing to amber.

I also downloaded macs fan control and the result is that “No fans detected on this computer”.

Another strange behaviour, when the charger is plugged and show a bright green light if I unplug the charger the mac shuts down immediately. If instead the charger show a lower green light and I unplug the charger the mac continues to stay on, so i guess the battery is still alive. [br]

[br]

Is my SMC dead? is there any way via terminal to detect if it working or not? Shall I try and replace the SMC? [br]

I have seen from this similar post: [post|416164][br]

that someone suggested a PRAM battery replacement, can this be applied to my late 2011 model?[br]

[br]

Thanks a lot for spending your time reading this. I hope someone can give me a solution for this problem! [br]

[br]

Cheers

Gerät:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

Status:

open