Macbook Pro freezes when cold.

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by raezer, Aug 2, 2013.

  1. raezer macrumors newbie

    Jul 30, 2013
    Hi everyone.
    I have MacBook Pro Late 2011 and i have problem with it.
    When it's cold it often freezes, only hard reset helps, i know that problem somewhere in logic board, i changed hdd, ram. It doesn't freeze when it's warm, so i think problem is microcrack.
    And i know that in windows 7 safe mode it doesn't freeze.

    So, here's the questions:
    1. What difference between Mac OS X safe mode and Windows 7 safe mode (besides resolution)? Why in Mac OS X safe mode it keeps freezing? Can i repeat Windows 7 safe mode in mac os x, so it won't freeze.

    2. How can i disable equipment in Mac OS X? For example disable bluetooth, ati video chip (i have integrated intel hd) and other. (deleting kexts is dangerous, system can crash)

    3. Is there a way to watch what is going on in OS? For example after sleep, if macbook cold, when i turn it on, i'll be able to move cursor for a second, before it freezes, can i watch what is going on in that second? (i know about log files, there's nothing)

    So, asking for your help. Sorry for my language, i'm not a native speaker.
  2. raezer thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jul 30, 2013
  3. raezer thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jul 30, 2013
    I have found way to make windows 7 stable (not to freeze) by disabling this drivers:
    1) ACPI ALS Sensor Lower Filter Driver (acpials.sys)
    2) Broadcom SD 3.0 Driver (bScsiSDa.sys)
    3) Control Method Battery Driver (CmBatt.sys)
    4) Processor Device Driver (intelppm.sys)
    5) machaldriver.sys
    6) rdpcdd.sys
    7) rdprefmp.sys

    How can i do the same thing to mac os x?
    If you don't know, maybe you know forum where i could get answers?
  4. raezer thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jul 30, 2013
    When temperature of macbook is under 40 degrees celsius it's freezing.
  5. tonyman, Oct 6, 2013
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2013

    tonyman macrumors newbie

    Oct 3, 2012

    I'm having the same problem on a 2011 MacBook Pro running Windows 7.

    1. Exactly where does one disable all these? Having trouble finding them in the Device Manager.

    2. Maybe this all goes away if one upgrades to Windows 8?


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