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MacBook Pro :: Computer Becomes Slow And Unresponsive


I bought this 15 inch Macbook Pro around April and it has been perfect until now. Admittedly I do not often turn off my computer, and leave it in sleep mode. So I did that for around a month, and last night it just froze. I turned it off, thinking that a simple shut down would fix things as always, but it took incredibly long to start up. When the login screen came up, i started to type my password but then it disappeared. Then it came back and i tried again but it disappeared again. Then it came up and the letters appeared and I was able to log in. And then after around 4 or 5 minutes the computer becomes normal again. However, now programs such as iTunes are not responding and it takes a few force quits before it actually opens. Does anyone think they know the solution to this? Additionally, sometimes a whirring noise comes from the area where a CD would go in. It is a noise you might expect a Windows computer to make when it is loading something.

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