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    The only thing I can think that may have caused the laptop to malfunction is when I plugged it in to charge I did notice the box like charger was pretty warm. The charger used was the Apple charger it came with. So now when trying to turn on the computer the apple appears and takes a long time then turns right back off.
    10-06-2014 05:24 PM
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    The only thing I can think that may have caused the laptop to malfunction is when I plugged it in to charge I did notice the box like charger was pretty warm. The charger used was the Apple charger it came with. So now when trying to turn on the computer the apple appears and takes a long time then turns right back off.
    When you say that it broke quickly I would assume that it means you got it a short time ago. If you're stuck in a reboot cycle and you can't get out of it I would take it to an Apple authorised repair centre or to an Apple Store. It sounds like it might still be in warranty, by your description that you've had it a short time.
    10-07-2014 09:32 AM

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