Unhappy macbook pro retina ssd died

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by djavs, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. djavs macrumors newbie

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    ok, so i've only had the macbook pro retina (full loaded)for 3/4weeks and i reboot the machine pow the machine doesn't switch on...hmm strange
    i press the power button again and manage o get in a few times but keeps getting your mac book has crashed bladaaa bladaa


    call apple support he tells m to go into safe mode pow scan the ssd and it comes up with red writing in disk utility great looks like the pile of rubbish has failed

    how could this be its brand new??? and ks their anyway i can recover my ssd

    will apple replace it quickly or do you think the genius bar is going to take the mick

    by the way spoke to supervisor in apple from ireland it was soo poor the customer service guy started having a pop about how i talk and how i talk like that at home i mean come on. i want my mac fixed why you giving me grief.

    £3,200....what a waste hey
     
  2. derbothaus macrumors 601

    derbothaus

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    Um... Odds. 1 in 10,000 could have faulty NAND. I mean fault tolerance is good these days but it isn't perfect. Ever buy a CD that was scratched? Take it back. Get a new one. This is what warranty is for.:cool:
     
  3. sweetbrat macrumors 65816

    sweetbrat

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    There's always a certain amount of machines that will have problems early on. It's not something that's unique to Apple.

    Not sure if there's any way to recover the data from your SSD, but my thought would be no. It sucks, but take this as a reminder to ALWAYS back up your data.
     

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