If you have MS Office for Mac installed, please read the linked article:
Removing the MS Office Spotlight plug-in fixed it.
I had installed Office for Mac 2011 shortly after upgrading to Lion. The problem seems to be there rather than with Lion.
Someone please help, any solid info will be very helpful!
I bought an MBP13 a month ago. I notice that after not restarting for 3 or 4 days, suddenly after resuming from sleep MBP just keeps running hot even if I close all apps and wait and see it if cools down.
Spotlight isn't working, Time Machine is disabled and no apparent load on CPU or HDD or anything. I even closed all items from Dashboard.
I wait 10 minutes, the CPU is still running at 85 degrees and fan is over 3100 rpm. Seeing how the system just won't cool down, I restarted and in 10 minutes it cooled down to 45 deegrees and fan is at its lowest 2000 rpm. I opened Mail, Safari, Adium, CPU is at 42 degrees constantly.
So, does this mean Lion needs to be restarted every few days? Why? This happened constantly every few days after each restart. Please please give me some kind of a logic behind this. I thought this kind of problems did not exist on OS X.
Does anyone have any further info.
This happens under 10.8.2 as well.
Apple Genius Tech Support denies any issues (even though there are multiple people here saying the same thing)
Blames the OWC data doubler with a 7200 RPM drive I have installed. Refuses to support the product.
I have indeed disconnected the HD
System is currently running @ 83C with no load
I am using SMC Fan Control to increase the left side fan default to 3k as without doing that the system would climb to 100C with no load.
Left Heat Pipe is reporting 128C which is consistent with the heat I am feeling (another reason I'm pretty sure it's not the data doubler drive)
I also have the sleep issue described above random sleep failure where the computer crashes but fans are on full blast till restart.
*this was the issue apple denied*
Occurred since Mountain Lion Upgrade.