MacBook Pro :: How Long Does Extended Apple Hardware Test Take

Nov 25, 2009

I'm running one on my mid-2009 15" MacBook Pro with 4Gb RAM. It appears to be taking forever as it tests memory. It's been on Pass Number 2 for around 30 minutes now. The progress bar is either completely stalled or moving VERY slowly. Is this normal for the extended AHT? This is the first time I've run the extended test. I ran the quick test just prior to this one and it returned no errors.

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OS X :: How Long Can Apple Hardware Test Run

Nov 25, 2009

I'm running an extended Apple Hardware Test on my 4Gb MacBook Pro. It's been running 50 minutes and isn't even 25% completed going by the progress bar. It's been on the same step (memory pass number 2) for pretty much this entire time. Is this a sign that something is wrong with my MacBook Pro? It was purchased new in June of this year.

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Jan 23, 2010

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Nov 12, 2008

Today I ran AHT version 3A134 on my MacBook Pro Penryn 2.5GHz (early 2008) it came out with error codes:

4MOT/1/40000002: Right side-2893 on 1st extended test result,
4MOT/1/40000002: Right side-3017 on 2nd extended test.

When I initially ran the short test no error code was resulted from the test, only by the extended tests the errors occurred. I have my machine's limited warranty until June 2009. Could you please tell me what are the error codes refer to?

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Apr 9, 2012

I have a 17" unibody MBP (early 2009, specs below). It was running hotter than usual the other day, so I F2 booted into AHT to run a diagnostic. The status box within AHT showed 1 second into the 1st pass, and never got beyond that. Several seconds after that status message was displayed, the cursor froze. The time counter never advanced after that, and although I waited a long time, nothing happened. The test froze. 

I've tried it several times more. It once worked, but every other time has frozen. Checking the "extended test" box, or trying to run in loop mode has made no difference - still freezes at "1 second". 

I've had this machine for 3 years, OS's Leopard through Lion, and this has never happened before. I last ran a test, successfully, in January. I've not changed any components or suffered any damage since then. Memtest (ver 4.22) says my RAM is fine. (I ran this because the first portion of the AHT is the RAM component.) Aside from the aforementioned overheating episode, which disappeared, my machine's been fine. 

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Jan 9, 2011

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Jan 9, 2010

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Apr 7, 2012

I purchased my Macbook Pro (Early 2011) 2ghz i7 edition, about 4 months ago now,

Earlier today my MacBook Pro ran a grey bar update during start up started up & ran a little slower until I restarted afterwards. I was concerened until the restart, however I am no longer concerned. My main issue is that now I can't seem to correctly follow the instructions to successfully start an apple hardware test. I have previously owned a Mac mini, Powermac G5 Dual 1.8ghz and Powermac Quad G5 and I have always been able to successfully run apple hardware tests on them.

I held down the "D" key during startup prior to the grey screen and I tried plugging in a ethernet cable, the powercable and a USB keyboard all to no avail.

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Jun 3, 2012

I've been having issues with my 2011 MacBook Pro, I just keep getting a weird error popup but it always flashes up and goes away before I can read it. My Mac has also even running a bit slower lately and I know that I can do the Apple Hardware Test to check out that all the hardware is functioning properly. But will my Mac continue to run normally after I do the AHT? Like, will I be able to use it as I was before?

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Mac Pro :: Apple Care Can't Be Extended?

May 1, 2010

I just called Apple about an iPod issue. When he told me that my iPod's Apple Care expired, I gave him my Mac Pro SN, and he helped with the iPod issue as a courtesy. So while on the topic, I thought to request an extension of coverage for my Mac Pro system (about $5k worth of hardware).

He told me that Apple Care cannot be extended. "So you just have to buy new stuff, huh?" I asked. He quietly replied, "Yes."

I cannot imagine having to buy $5k plus new hardware just to keep my equipment covered. Wow. Did I misunderstand him? Does anyone need some editing work done.

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MacBook Pro :: OS X (10.7.5) - Apple Hardware Test Not Loading

Aug 30, 2014

I have a MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2011)  using OSX 10.7.5

Trying to run Apple hardware test as my computer keeps crashing, or shutting down 30min in.   I restart while holding down "D" and nothing comes up. takes a while to startup, but then goes straight to desktop.  What am I doing wrong?  I'm ethernet connected to internet.  When I bought the computer I installed an SSD HD. I remember when needing to install new software on the new drive it was a nuisance since the computer didn't actually ship with any software CDs.  Had to do it over the internet somehow.  The computer didn't have any problems before so never had to use AHT until now. 

secondary question.  I also reset SMC, by pressing left side shift+control+option+power key after shut down, but didn't get much response out of that either.  no sound, or signal that what I did actually reset SMC.  How would I know it reset or not?

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Mar 9, 2008

My wifes new macbook has had a few weird things happen, including 2 kernel panics right out of the box. She puts in the restore discs, reboots holding D and gets to the AHT screen. Selects the language then gets the that message, "apple hardware test does not support this machine"

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Mar 19, 2012

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Mar 6, 2012

Is there a way to copy Apple Hardware Test from the CD onto my hard drive?

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May 5, 2012

I'm trying to run the Apple Hardware Test utility over the internet but keep receiving a message on the screen that says [URL]-6002D. I'm accessing this utility by holding down Option+D during startup.

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May 28, 2012

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Oct 11, 2010

I recently bought 2 4GB sticks of RAM that someone recommended on here, the brand is G.SKILL and I got them from newegg.

The thing is, since installing them I have had 2 kernel panics (gray screen of death) that I wasn't having with my 4GB before.

The thing is, I have run Apple Hardware Test and with 8GB I get this error: 4MEM/62/40000000 0x84de1318

So I take out both sticks and stick them in the reverse slots, and I get: 4MEM/65/40000000 0x84e0d318

So I am thinking it must be one of the sticks of ram. So I take them both out and put 1 in the bottom slot, no issues. Stick the other one in, again no issues. So I put one into the top slot to see if maybe a slot has a problem and I once again have no issues when running the extended tests.

So, I decide that maybe I just need to retry putting the ram in again and I get this error, slightly different this time.4MEM/66/40000000 0x84e11318

I really don't know what is going on here, nothing is plugged into the computer, and the RAM modules seem to be fine on their own. I guess for now I am going to stick the Apple RAM back in and see if it throws a similar error.

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May 25, 2012

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Aug 7, 2009

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Jan 14, 2009

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Jun 23, 2010

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Nov 16, 2007

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Apr 1, 2008

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