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mk3d
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Oh shit, a 16 yo guy come with a MacBook Air to repair.
“My mom hide the Mac in the oven. And my dad to preheat the oven...”
Really?? Yep, all keyboard keys jumped but he boots normally after disconnect/reconnect internal battery.

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  • 1
    Why TF would she hide the macbook?
  • 5
    Just reflowed the board a little, no biggie
  • 0
    Loool
  • 11
    Reeeeee thinkpad would’ve lived reeeee (but only if my personally preferred Linux distro was installed windows is capitalist garbage reeeee)
  • 2
    @uyouthe 10/10 comment

    @Jilano
  • 5
    @Stuxnet Haha! That seems like a fair statement. Everyone knows that installing Arch Linux cools your laptop by up to 33% depending on the brand (Apple being the worst).
    So it would have kept it in a "cool" bubble, thus protecting it from the heat.

    What do you mean that's not how thermodynamics work? I did my research on the YouTube!
  • 2
    @Jilano that gave my laptop autism
  • 0
    Hotter than Air™
  • 3
    @Demolishun Some parents believe that if they take away electronic devices which they perceive as entertainment devices, their children will do other things such as going outside.
    It doesn't work and just causes issues with them.
  • 0
    @SortOfTested Problem is that they might've de-flowed it too.
  • 0
    @Ranchu oh but it does work :) no laptop == too much free time to do nothing
  • 1
    That wasnt the oven fault. Mac at its own can preheat the oven.
  • 1
    @Ranchu Yeah, but why in the oven?
    If parents bought it, didn't she have a bad feeling putting something so expensive in the oven?
    If they didn't buy it, didn't she have a bad feeling putting something so expensive that she didn't even own in the oven?
  • 0
    @Lor-inc I guess she's stupid
  • 1
    @Jilano every arch user I see is stuck in that bubble
  • 1
    kinda wanna throw mine in the oven right now: in my 3rd hour of reinstalling the entire planet and downloading the whole fucking internet so i can ffmpeg a movie to another codec
  • 1
    @uyouthe To be honest, it's a nice bubble. Unlike every bubble where people agree with you, they'll fight you in this one and only defend/protect when in a dire situation.
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