Macbook Pro NoCrash Utility (NoCrashMBP)

$10.00

Does your MacBook Pro seem to randomly turn off? You are not alone.

This is a widespread bug affecting thousands of MacBook Pros all over the world.

This utility is guaranteed to solve this problem on any affected unit.

Simply click to run the app and crashes will be gone.   If you are are satisfied, add it to your log in items and it will start automatically and run silently in the background to prevent these annoying crashes.

Short Instructional video – https://youtu.be/DsHi9ICg_lg

 

::How to add to Login Item::

https://support.apple.com/kb/PH25590?locale=en_US

 

::Note from the developer::
Many people have emailed to ask exactly what this utility does, and how it will stop the crashes.

The CPU has several power states and voltages.  Some CPUs have become unstable at the extremely low voltage on one of it’s cores.   The CPU will sometimes briefly dip into that power state, and if it happens to be on the core wherein it is unstable you will see the “silent” crash.  Screen goes black, a few seconds later it dies completely.  This condition was observed with external test equipment, as well as through internal cpu voltage monitoring.

This utility runs in the background and keeps it from ever hitting that extremely low state/voltage.

This utility is in use by many users all over the world and has resolved the crashes in every known case.

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Does your MacBook Pro seem to randomly turn off? You are not alone.

If your MacBook Pro randomly shuts down or randomly turns off, this the solution.

This is a widespread bug affecting thousands of MacBook Pros all over the world.

This utility is guaranteed to solve this problem on any affected unit.

Simply click to run the app and crashes will be gone.   If you are are satisfied, add it to your log in items and it will start automatically and run silently in the background to prevent these annoying crashes.

Short Instructional video – https://youtu.be/DsHi9ICg_lg

Known Affected Units:
Any model with a 820-3662 Logic Board
Any model with a 820-3787 Logic Board
Macbook Pro 15″ 2013
Macbook Pro 15″ 2014
Macbook Pro 15″ 2015

Macbook Pro 13″ 2013
Macbook Pro 13″ 2014
Macbook Pro 13″ 2015

::How to add to Login Item::

https://support.apple.com/kb/PH25590?locale=en_US

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