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Original poster
Jul 3, 2007
Hello. 7 days ago I shut down my 2016 MacBook Pro with the touchbar, because I was going on a trip with my company. Today i'm back home and wan't to turn on my MacBook Pro again. The machine boots up as usual but when I plug in my charger or any other USB-C/Thunderbolt device it does nothing. All 4 ports are dead. When I plug in the Apple USB-C to USB-A adaptor the machine is giving me this error message "usb accessories disabled unplug the accessory using too much power to re-enable usb devices"

I have tried to reset the SMC, NVRAM and PRAM but none of them are helping.

Do anyone know how to fix this or do I have to get it repaired?
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