This is seriously insane. I was having an issue with my old MacBook Pro shorting out and trying to troubleshoot what it was it seems that it is because I put it on top of my new MacBook Pro and something about it doesn’t like the contact. I shut off the Wi-Fi I have the old MacBook Pro plugged in and also not plugged in and no matter what I can repeat this error showing my old Mac book Pro blacking out?!
Why wouldn’t do this, it makes no sense to me I can move the old MacBook Pro on any other surface and it does not seem to short out. I also have the no sleep mode turned on since this is my DJ laptop and I can’t have it turn off in the middle of a 10 hour set. This is extremely frustrating because now I am not sure if this laptop will be stable, I’ve never had any stability issues in the past, I am not sure why the new MacBook Pro would because in this issue.
I wanted to post this video just to show that this was an issue I’m not sure why, and I know Apple support will likely not be able to help since they never can help anyway. If any of you have seen this please let me know what a remedy would be I tried even putting something like paper between the metal bodies and it still shorted out.
Some of you may ask why I do not just use my new laptop to DJ, simple Serato support does not include scratch live anymore, and my shitty new MacBook Pro does not have a normal USB or a mixer anyway.
this is an issue that my laptop is having right here for some reason whenever I put this on top of my other laptop like I can do it here it's fine no issues no issues but so far the only culprit I found is this put it on this laptop and it totally blocks out I don't know why this would happen like literally no idea it's like going into sleep mode I don't get it but I have to gig with this laptop and I'm freaking out right now because I feel like this could potentially crash what I'm out and about but I don't have it doesn't do it this time I don't get it obviously I can not put it on top of that laptop but how was I supposed to know that was the culprit and why would that be the culprit I have Wi-Fi off I don't know what it is it's not when it's plugged in I haven't plugged in and it does the same thing I don't get it