I recently replaced the keyboard and after reassembling everything and turning it on, the battery condition said "replace now", I didn't have this problem before replacing the keyboard.
It stayed that way for about a week and I could only turn on my Macbook with the Magsafe connected, there was no power coming from the battery. However, I don't think it was a battery problem, since my Macbook will restart after about 5 minutes, even with the battery disconnected. So it seems like a software problem or something.
Now I can't even turn on my Macbook. The battery is disconnected and I am trying to power the Magsafe, which should work, but it does not work. I have tried an SMC restart countless times without success. At first, the Magsafe light was changing color, indicating that an SMC reset has been recognized, but now even the light will not change color when I attempt an SMC reset.
If my Macbook does not even turn on when I try to turn it on using only the magsafe and with the battery connected, what could be the problem? Macbooks are supposed to turn on automatically when Magsafe is connected if the battery is disconnected, so I am completely lost.
I have a solution with several projects. I try to execute the action of a controller from one of them from the beginning. To do this I create an instance of that controller in a to call its method Index.
The problem is that it looks for the method from the root of the first project, not from the other one where it is.
So the route you are looking for is /localhost:xxxx/Home/proyecto2/Home/Index
HTTP Error 404.0 – Not Found
The resource you are looking for has been removed, the name has been changed or is currently unavailable.
I am trying to make a difficult decision here and I wanted to ask you for advice. I have been using a J7 2015 for a little over 3 years, and the phone works completely well. A little slow sometimes, but no problem. But I have a friend who recently broke the screen of her A7 2017 and told me that I can keep it if I fix it. The outer glass seems to be intact, the only thing that broke seems to be the internal LCD screen. I took it to a store and they told me they would fix it for $ 80. Is it worth fixing and switching to the A7? The only thing is that the A7 doesn't have a replaceable battery, and I was planning to buy a new one for my J7 soon, so I'm not sure if that would be an inconvenience.
I am trying to create a 100 GB partition for Windows 10 on my Macbook Air through Bootcamp Assistant. I've got stuck on the "partition disk …", with the loading bar completely full for some time. I have a 64GB USB drive inserted, which I think was necessary for the partition.
Also, I just installed a 480 GB SSD from OWC. When using the disk utility, my SSD, USB drive, ISO images for Windows 10 and Boot Camp partition are displayed. However, the bootcamp partition is light gray and says it is not mounted.
My diskutil list shows the results with the following:
If someone could let me know what I am doing wrong or what I can do to solve this problem, I would greatly appreciate it.
My father is using a MacBook Air in early 2015 (i5 Dual-core, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM). He has been using it without any problem since the day he bought it, until it started to go out instantly when you unplug the power cord.
This may sound like a conspiracy theory, but this problem started to happen when I was surfing the Internet looking for a new gaming laptop (Windows) for college use on my father's MacBook. From then on it began to happen again and again each time. The power cord can still be used even though the outer layer near MagSafe has worn out and exposed the internal parts, but not the cable itself (my father has been using it for 4-5 years, the wire has turned yellow, etc.).
This problem has been bothering my father because he always uses it for his work, reading news and articles and all kinds of things that needed to be away from the power cord since the Macbook Air has an excellent battery life.
I tried to find solutions online and discovered that many people have experienced these types of problems from 2009 to 2016.
My MBP battery swelled and replaced it with the new one. Everything is connected correctly, the battery is detected but it does not hold the charge (the laptop shuts down immediately after disconnecting the cable) and does not charge at all.
I tried to reset SMC several times but it did not work.
This is the coconutBattery battery report:
The cable works well. I can turn on the laptop while it is plugged in, it is the battery that does not charge.