Currently Being ModeratedJul 26, 2013 11:59 PM (in response to miha-)
Run these steps first. I see you reinstalled. Run the other troubleshooting options, particularly in the second article.
If it persists, run the Apple hardware test. It could be your logicboard ...specifically thinking your discrete GPU since this has been such a big issue for these models.
Message was edited by: nbar Completely misread the OP. I see hardware diagnostics checked out. Can you boot into SAFE MODE without trouble?
I runned Apple Hardware test for at least 10 times. The result was no errors.
I can not start apple in safe mode as I get blue screen. In apple recovery mode, I can run macbook for 10h with no blue screen and etc.
Could be HD?
Is Apple hardware test reliable?
I also read a lot threats about this issues. Why apple pretending that this is not an issue with this models if there are so many threats about this issues and forums...
I guess I will nevery buy Apple again, this is my second macbook pro. Fist was this with nvida issue.
THanks anyone for help!!!
Currently Being ModeratedJul 27, 2013 3:51 PM (in response to miha-)
Use Internet Recovery to install OS X on a external drive and boot from it.
Test and grab your files off the internal drive if necessary
Then reset your Mac from Internet Recovery, not RecoveryHD
BTW, you must have done something like this already as your OS X boot volume is named "Untitled"
Currently Being ModeratedJul 27, 2013 5:55 PM (in response to miha-)
Use DSstore instructions. The recovery volume is a hidden partition on your disk, which ML creates upon installation. Use internet recovery....first you should move all your data to an external HD, then you should wipe your whole drive. I would recommend a 1X pass erase if you have a traditional HDD. If you have a SSD, this is not an option because it isn't necessary. Subsequently you can reinstall the OS, not from your native recovery partition (which is now gone), but from Apple's server.
I went also to apple shop, they did tests and said that all HW tests are ok and it should be something software related.
The hardware test used by Apple in shop includes testing your drive. The Apple Hardware Test available to users at home only tests your RAM and logicboard. If your machine was okay after running tests at the Apple store, your drive is fine.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 28, 2013 12:04 AM (in response to nbar)
OK, but is it reliable? If do not show any errors is this 100% sure that HW is ok?
A already clean my whole drive, but stil the same. Osx was working work about 10min, after reboot, here we go again with grey screen...
Apple hardware test finds nothing, I guess in apple servis did also other tests and they say is ok. I am try for at least 10 times that I can access apple recovery menu, as I am getting all the time blue screens.
Why is apple refusing to refound this or something like that if there are so many threats about this issue?
Currently Being ModeratedJul 28, 2013 12:09 AM (in response to miha-)
This is not software related. You did a clean wipe of your whole drive via internet recovery. This cannot be software related if the same issue persists right off the bat. This is an issue with your hardware. If it passed the Apple Hardware Test (at home, ran by you), it is most likely a bad hard drive. Take the machine back to an Apple retail store (not any third party shop) and have them run a full and extensive diagnostics test to pinpoint the faulty hardware.