I have a MacBook Pro from april 2011, upgraded to OSX 10.8.2 from 6.8. Battery lifetime is only 1:20, fan is running all the time and Machine (CPU) is getting hot. Is it something I can do to get the 2:30 hours back an a silent MacBook?
Assuming your computer is not just indexing its files or running a humongous first backup subsequent to the update...
See if there is a process using lots of CPU.
a process called ReportCrash is using 127% CPU
Either that process is causing problems, or perhaps more likely, some other process is repeatedly crashing. Any other suspects? Usually something from a third party?
I rebooted the MacBook, everything seems normal until I start either Safari or Firefox, then it happens..
Hard to tell from here. Some suggestions: You might be able to get a hint on what's crashing via the logs you can view with Console, in the Utilities folder. Also, maybe update your Flash?
Look here its coming a lot of messages:
I watched the console and it seems that there was a old version of eset anti virus sw installed that caused the prob.. I removed it and restarted.. now it seems to be ok..
Thanks for the hits you gave hope its ok now..
Anti-virus software is often found to cause lots of problems. Probably you don't even need it. Anyway, sounds like you have it sorted out.
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