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  • Carlo TD Level 3 (550 points)

    Ask them to look at it, and vacume it out from dust. They will be glad to do that.

  • davidvoy Level 1 (5 points)

    Im not even worried about that, i have a backup Carlo.  Im saying , OVERHEATING has NEVER happened before until upgrading to Mountain Lion.

  • Carlo TD Level 3 (550 points)

    It happened to me. I had an Apple Computer and the logic board went bad. Heat and dust are the destroyers of all computers or anything electronic. When the computer gets two hot, there is a safety that shuts it off. Either it needs to be vacumed, or the fan is not working, or it could be more serious, ie the logic board or something else. Sometimes.... think of a garden hose... Only so much water could pass through a garden hose at any given time. But then you upgrade the outdoor pipes out side and now you have the ability to have more pressure in the outside pipes (so you can wash your car in half the time now). Only your garden hose, had a weak spot but now that you have upgraded your pipes, and have better pressure, the soft spott on the garden hose is now turning into a noticible bubble in the garden hose. It is the same thing with a computer. Sometimes that extra pressure of an updated system... can cause a bubble (not a bubble litterally) but could bring out some problems that you were not aware before.

     

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  • davidvoy Level 1 (5 points)

    I appreciate the concern, this is all 100% due to Mountain Lion Update .  It started immediatety after the update.

  • Carlo TD Level 3 (550 points)

    I understand... and it could also be just coincidence. Make an appointment. They will test out your system. If you need to get something fixed, do it before, this totally ruins your system. Having the computer shut of by itself because of heat, is a serious issue. Like it or not, you have to bring it to them.

  • tttxx Level 1 (10 points)

    Please stick to the topic guys.

    The issue is: sound stuttering/cracking (iTunes) at the headphones stereo output when there is rapid on screen movement like a full screen youtube video

    - coreaudio jumps to 10%.

    Could anyone check this has been fixed?

  • Lvivske Level 1 (0 points)

    I've installed 10.8.1, I'll let you guys know if it starts crackling again. So far so good (so what)

  • Carlo TD Level 3 (550 points)

    Have you tried a different admin account?

  • tttxx Level 1 (10 points)

    Check the first page of this topic. There is a long list of possibilities that were tried and it is 99% a Mac OS bug that just needs to be fixed by Apple.

  • Carlo TD Level 3 (550 points)

    I am here, right now trying to give ideas to you. The first page does not mention anything that I have suggested. So it is better not to send me to the first page but keep me on this page. I understand you have an issue, but don't take it out on me, or tell me to go look at page one. I would really like to see your system working. Checking a different admin account would eliminate hardware. Checking headphones in the jack, would test if some sort of short was occuring.

  • davidvoy Level 1 (5 points)

    OMG carlo  , we all dont have a  **** SHORT in our outputs....  MY GOD!

  • Carlo TD Level 3 (550 points)

    Good Luck.

  • Lvivske Level 1 (0 points)

    For real, why isn't he reading?

  • Crimguy Level 1 (0 points)

    Carlo - appreciate the help.  I have the same problem.  There is no mass-failure of hardware going on.  The suggestions you give are appropo if there is an isolated incident.  This is not an isolated incident, and while some of your ideas may help find a workaround, they are not going to cure the bug in ML.

     

    So . . . anyone have an idea when 10.8.1 is being released?

  • i.campbell Level 1 (0 points)

    Re-posting in case it's helpful to those looking into the problem...

     

    Installed Mountain Lion on 3.1GHz 8Gb 27-inch iMac last week and noticed audio issue for the first time yesterday when I was running EVE Online (Mac Client) and Teamspeak. Same symptoms: everything is fine for 15 to 20 minutes then both voice communications and in-game audio get very choppy indeed. Shutting down the EVE client does not improve matters for Teamspeak and vice-versa. Currently, a reboot seems the only way to temporarily fix it.

     

    Been running the same under Lion for months without a single hitch. Now hoping a patch is realease sooner rather than later, before I get well and truly ganked !

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