Currently Being ModeratedJul 11, 2011 4:43 PM (in response to Kappy)
Hi Kappy Thanks for your fast answer.
Do have more information about that ?
Is possible to find what's wrong, and to the repair by myself ?
I ask this because I sure the waranty is dead by now.
and this should be expensive in an Apple Repair Center.
Do you have an idea of what price it should be ?
Thanks again in advance.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 11, 2011 5:11 PM (in response to quayman)
Unfortunately, only a certified Apple tech has access to the decoding information. I doubt anyone here would know specifically what requires fixing. Even though the error relates to one of the sensors there's no way we would know which one or if it's actually a logic board problem.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 11, 2011 5:25 PM (in response to quayman)
In Warranty or out-of-warranty, your appointment st the Genius Bar is FREE. They will work with you to determine whether your Mac has a problem, and try to determine what the problem might be.
Once they give you their opinion about what is wrong with your Mac, you are under no obligation to have them fix it. You are still free to have someone else fix, it, fix it yourself, or not fix it, as you choose. Apple wants you to be happy with your Apple products.Beige G3, G4/867, G4/dual 1.25 MDD, MacPro'09 w cheap SSD, Mac OS 8.6 or Earlier, and 9.2, 10.5 and Server - LW IIg, LW 4/600, ATalk ImageWriter L
Currently Being ModeratedJul 11, 2011 6:26 PM (in response to Grant Bennet-Alder)
OK Thanks, I'll try Genius Bar before finding and trying a center to repair my Mac Pro...
Thanks you all for your usefull answers.
I didn't find any other articles or webpage with the AHT Error TNOD
Currently Being ModeratedMay 10, 2013 9:22 AM (in response to MDLA)
I have this error code now. Same model, Nehalem Intel Xeon. Freezes or hard crashes randomly at least once a day. What was the verdict and solution for this error (besides take it to apple)?
Currently Being ModeratedMay 10, 2013 9:30 AM (in response to Etra2)
I finally took it to apple repair centre
I know they have to replace the mother card
and one RAM...
at the repair center in paris, it was the first time they saw a mac pro to be repaired...
Hope this help
Currently Being ModeratedMay 10, 2013 10:32 AM (in response to Etra2)
Etra2 -- I took my MacPro to the Apple Store. After a free indepth analysis the verdict was that a Heat Sensor needed to be replaced on the mother board. This is a job for mac service professionals. I would not advise you to attempt to fix it yourself, as they will run further diagnostics to determine which sensor is faulty.
If you can't get to an apple retail store for a genius visit hopefully you have a "Certified" Mac service center close to you, like or similar to a "Melrose Mac" or "Mac Enthusiasts." I would not trust just any computer repair shop. It's well worth the visit to the Genius Bar. The cost to replace the sensor was relatively small compared to the cost of the MacPro. I would suggest getting it looked at right away and not using your computer until it is fixed as prolonged use could cause further, costly damage.