PowerPC :: 15" Display Pink On Warm Up?

Sep 5, 2006

I bought a used powerbook 15" Ti 1ghz, that upon powering on, or coming out of sleep mode for about 15-20 secs the screen has a pink tint. What might cause this? Is it going to die? Is it something I should repair, or live with? Do these screens warm up? it doesnt bother me to much if it doesnt get worse or stop working.

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MacBook :: Palmrest Getting Real Warm / Gets Warm During Processing

Jan 3, 2009

On my second macbook and notice a difference in this one as opposed to the first one (although in all fairness i didn't use my first one all that much as i had to return it because of bad vibrations). I have no programs running and all I'm doing is lightly browsing the web (craigslist, macrumors, gamefaqs). My temps are 42C and approx. 1801rpm. I think this is normal, but my palmrest really warms up. Not to the point I can not use the notebook...just wondering if this is normal...

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MacBook Pro :: Second Display (showed Very Pink Image)

Jan 12, 2011

I've tried to hook my macbook pro to 2 different displays, they both showed a very pink image, that gets more and more pink around the contours, I've tried calibration but it didn;t work

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IMac PPC :: Display On Monitor Pixelated And Pink?

Apr 13, 2012

The display on My IMac G5 running 10.5.8 is pink and the images are ghostlike! My screen saver is neon green! Is my Mac dying? It has done this before and after I was doing my work for a few hours, it come back to normal and shocked my eyes! This time it has been going on for about 4 days now!

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PowerPC :: Screen Goes Pink Flickering On IBook

Apr 2, 2010

I'm new to this forum and sensed that maybe someone could give me an advice about my damaged LCD screen of my old iBook.

A few days ago I opened my iBook and the screen suddenly couldn't portrait any white color properly. Everything was flickering and moving. Darker areas have a green flickering as well. I'm not a absolute tech expert, but I tried already a few things. I hooked it up to an external monitor and the picture was fine! So it must be hardware related right?

Now the weird thing. Sometimes the panel suddenly works properly for a few hours. I don't know what could trigger it, I tried everything. What should I do? I took some pictures and uploaded them to Flickr:


I know the machine is old, but I originally planned to get a new MBP this summer. I can't afford a new machine right now and the current MBP are just overpriced compared to similar old products on the market.
I have to be mobile, so I need a laptop.

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PowerPC :: Strange Pink Artifacts Over IMac G5 Screen

May 11, 2009

I have an iMac G5 (rev. B with ambient light sensor) which has suddenly started having a problem where the entire screen is covered with pink artifacts. The iMac had been left on overnight and when waking up in the morning I found the screen looking like this and now it continues to stay like this no matter what I do. I have attached a screenshot and was wondering if anyone might have a clue what has caused this to happen

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PowerPC :: IMac G4 Screen - Violent Pink Tint On It?

Aug 6, 2009

I have a 15'' iMac G4 with 800 MHZ processor and 768 mb ram. I woke it from sleep one day when suddenly everything had a violent pink tint to it. I had no idea what to do. I've replugged-in the video cable, messed with Colorsync, blew dust from the internal monitor port. I don't know what to do!!

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PowerPC :: Connect Power Mac G5 To LED Cinema Display With Mini Display Port?

Oct 8, 2009

As the title says, I need a new monitor for my old G5 as the old monitor for it went bust. Apple does not make the old displays that came with the unit anymore and the only available monitor is the new LED ones ? but they all come with mini display ports

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PowerPC :: Powerbook Internal Display Won't Turn On With External Display

May 22, 2007

For the past few months i have been using an external display hooked up to my 12" powerbook g4. I have had it on a dual display mode so no mirroring. Recently i would open the laptop lid waking it from being in sleep mode and my internal display will not turn on. The apply system profiler does not even recognize that the internal display exists. My external display works fine and has always been set as the main display. If i go to detect displays nothign happens. I have tried restarting the computer, instering system disks, unplugging the external and nothing has worked. I simply cannot get my internal screen to fire back up. When i used to unplug my external display the internal display would switch back to being the main display and everything would be fine. Now i cannot get the internal display to function whatsoever. Please try and help me as a need this laptop working and i will be ordering a mac pro soon for use with my external display.

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PowerPC :: Display For G4 12" - Setup Not Compatible For Cinema Display?

Mar 10, 2008

I am looking for a display to use with my Powerbook G4 12". I am in love with the 30" cinema display, but according to technical support today, my setup is not compatible (supposedly, but the person on the phone didn't sound to sure). I have a mini DVI, but the 30" requires a dual DVI. I think the 23" display requires DVI, which I can attain with an adapter. Does anyone have suggestions for what I can use with my computer? The bigger the better for me. Also what do you think of the older (plastic case) apple displays?

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PowerPC :: EMac Display Looks Better Than IMac Display?

Mar 4, 2010

Why does it seem like my eMac display looks nicer than my iMac display? I always wanted to know or am I tripping?

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May 4, 2012

why the macbook pro get warm down button , when i put between in my legs

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MacBook Pro :: Getting Warm Up To 80 Celsius?

Jun 17, 2014

Is it normal for MacBook Pro 13in to get warm up to 80 celcius? 

Another question, I get this view that you can see in the image in the first second while opening my laptop from the sleep, is that ok?  

MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)

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MacBook :: Palmrest Real Warm Up?

Nov 4, 2009

On my second macbook and notice a difference in this one as opposed to the first one (although in all fairness i didn't use my first one all that much as i had to return it because of bad vibrations). I have no programs running and all I'm doing is lightly browsing the web (craigslist, macrumors, gamefaqs). My temps are 42C and approx. 1801rpm. I think this is normal, but my palmrest really warms up. Not to the point I can not use the notebook...just wondering if this is normal...

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MacBook Pro :: Warm Gloves That Allow Typing?

Feb 3, 2010

The Mac Lab at my school has terrible temperature regulation. It's in the basement of an open floor plan building, and during the winter it gets so bad in there that my fingers go numb. Obviously these are not ideal conditions when you are trying to work with a keyboard, a mouse and a wacom for hours on end. I'm wondering, does anybody own or know of a pair of gloves that happen to be thin enough to allow for typing yet still keep your hands warm?

I tried googling for a bit but all I could find were gloves with the fingertips cut off. I think I must have poor circulation in my hands or something because my fingers and toes seem to stay cold most of the winter regardless of how warm my body is. And working on a computer in a cold room just makes it exponentially worse of course.

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Feb 18, 2012

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MacBook Pro :: Get Warm And Has Low Battery Capacity?

Mar 5, 2012

Apple say MacBook Pro early 2011 should have 7+ hour capacity. Mine dries out in less than 2 hour. Beside: The computer gets very warm, cannot contact to a table without damage the table.

MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook :: Very Warm,76 Celsius And The Fans Are Still Only At 2000rpm?

Jan 18, 2009

My macbook is becoming pretty warm , 76 Celsius and the fans are still only at 2000rpm.. should they not be going faster?

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IMac :: Suddenly Shuts Down - Screen Warm

May 25, 2009

I received my new iMac on May 20. It is a 3.06 with an ATI card. I have not had much time to use it until this evening. I had been been setting up some bookmarks in Safari and then was working on a spreadsheet for about an hour when it suddenly shut down. The power strip in which it was plugged in still had it's light on. The iMac is the only item plugged into the strip. I then felt around the screen, the bottom section was cool but the top was rather warm.

The temperature in the air conditioned house is 71�F. Programs open at the time were Safari - which was on an idle screen as I had logged out of a site. Two sessions of Finder Entourage Excel - which I was actively using. Is this an over temp shutdown? I recall some people posting the temperature of their Macs. Are there any monitors on the iMac to see how hot it is running? There were no warnings that it was going to shut down.

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MacBook Pro :: 15 High CPU Temperature - System Goes Warm?

Dec 23, 2009

I recently bought a MacBook Pro 15inch, the 2.66Ghz model;Nice laptop, but I'm worried about something: I play some games from time to time and I have been noticing that the CPU Temperature goes very High.My record is 92?C just moments ago while playing World of Warcraft.ou can see a screenie here: http://drp.ly/6gW9a
(In this screenshot the Fans speed was about 2600rpm although under 90? they drop to 2000rpm)The laptop itself is not hot though, it's warm. (And I like it <3)

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MacBook Pro :: Applecare - Computer Running Warm

Mar 4, 2010

I just thought i'd share my applecare story. I have a 2.2 ghz SR macbookpro. the headphone jack was acting a little static and i thought that the computer was running warm. So i sent it to apple with my installed seagate 500gb 7200rpm drive. Apple called me and told me they couldn't fix it with my drive in it because it wasn't under their warranty. But, they would put a free 160gb drive in instead and mail my 500gb back. They also did some additional work.

So the first time i sent it in they replaced:
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flex cable
hard drive
flex cable (a diff one)
left fan
right fan.............

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MacBook Pro :: It Has Just Started Getting Really Warm For No Apparent Reason?

May 23, 2012

Should I use my Apple Care, or is there a quick fix?

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MacBook Air :: Is It Normal That The Adapter Itself Is Quite Warm When Running

Jul 2, 2012

Is it normal that the adapter unit feel very warm during opertaion?

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Apr 21, 2012

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MacBook Pro :: MBP Get Warm Because Heat Cause Fans To Kick In So Much That They Power Off Instantly?

Jun 18, 2010

Just on a curious thought, anybody's MBPs experiencing heat issues that cause the fans to kick in so much that they power off instantly? And another question, if you do feel heat, where is it the most intense?

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Intel Mac :: Newly Purchased Gets Hot Not Just Warm, And Smells Sometimes Like Burnt Plastic?

May 12, 2012

IS IT OK that a newly purchased  iMac -intel Lion- gets So HOT That it smells like Burnt Plastic,Not Warm but  Hot!!??.. Just only by using safari-reading mails or newspapers- And playing Radio with VLC??!!!!...Or i must throw it away before it explodes??!!...Since Not possible to contact direct Apple to replace it !!!!..-they send me automatically from one adress to the other And No reply

iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3), newly purchased-march 2012

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MacBook Pro :: Screen Goes Pink By Itself?

Mar 19, 2012

My late 2009 Macbook Pro started to have screen issues a couple weeks ago. Basically, the screen just goes pink as in the picture below. The laptop came with a dual GPU (GeForce 9400M & GeForce 9600M GT) and switching between them does not resolve the problem. I also tried re-calibrating the screen display, but to no avail. I tried googling the issue but nothing useful came out of that. I've also tried running the apple hardware test but it said everything is fine. 

This issue has come out of nowhere (I haven't spilled anything on my laptop, nor have I dropped it...). At first, it appeared to go pink randomly, and go back to normal randomly. But now, it remains pink all the time. I would have taken it to an Apple Store if I could, unfortunately there's no such thing as an Apple Store in my country.So now I'm stuck with this annoying pink screen

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MacBook Pro :: Magsafe Adaptor Not Working Fine / Smells Pretty Warm Like Burning

Jan 6, 2011

My Magsafe adaptor is so hot right now that it almost burns me to hold it. It also smells pretty warm, like a heater. This can't be normal can it?

Should I be alarmed? My 13.3" UMBP is only 3 months old...

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Why Is The Apple In The Menu Bar Is Pink

Mar 3, 2012

I just looked up at my menu bar and the apple was pink. No idea what this means, if it means anything at all.

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Intel Mac :: Pink Line On Screen?

Jun 22, 2012

A pink vertical line has suddenly appeared on my iMac screen?

How do I get rid of it? It is still there having restarted the computer.


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