Weird filling screen when MBP battery passes away and also restarts
I have a 2007 Macbook Pro and also for virtually 2 years, the battery has actually been salute. In April, Apple changed the reasoning board. Given that the fixing, whenever the power line comes loose, the MBP shuts down as anticipated.
Prior to the fixing, when the power line was unplugged, the MBP merely shut down. Currently, when I connect it back in and also transform it on, it boots back up in the previous state, yet has a white screen with filling bars near the bottom.
I have not located anything pertaining to this on the internet. Is this pertaining to the new reasoning board, or exists another thing I should be worried concerning? The MBP is running Leopard and also depends on day.
This is so called "Hibernation" (my first fulfilled in home windows). When battery passes away, the OS unloads entire RAM right into HDD (type of exchanging) to make sure that no details is shed. When it's being started back up, it lots the details back from HDD to RAM (therefore you see the progression with those white bars).
This attribute is called Safe Sleep. Apple note pads will certainly maintain the RAM materials active (rest in COMPUTER lingo), yet write a duplicate to the disk (hibernate, in COMPUTER lingo) at the very same time.
If the battery goes out while the computer system is resting, when it awakens, it requires to read the RAM materials from disk, and also hence you get the progression bar you are seeing.
Apple doc concerning it is here