- Mar 9, 2012
- GA-Z87X-OC Force
- HD 5770
- Mobile Phone
They will likely ask you if they can connect remotely to check for you. If you say yes, you'll want to have a clean desktop with no hackintosh kexts or Apps in the dock that are hackintosh related on it. Make it look as normal as possible. That is probably all it will take for them to fix it for you. They won't go looking around anymore than checking "about this Mac" and that's it.I am willing to give AppleCare a call. I have some familiarity with AppleCare from a few years back, so I understand why they need a serial number when it comes to logging the call. But I'm not sure if giving them my generated serial will cause any problems.
I was hoping to take a walk into the woods and tell them that I'm not near my machine at the momentThey will likely ask you if they can connect remotely to check for you.
Im definitely curious to see how it goes, if it really fixes it, i may do the same as well just to have those fresh set of values.I was hoping to take a walk into the woods and tell them that I'm not near my machine at the moment
I'll clean up and see how it goes. But I will try just once more to double check my work, but Debugger seems to be reporting constant values.
I have an iMac 13,1. The serial number checks out on EveryMac and Apple. However, on the "MacSerial" program, it keeps indicating that the last four characters of the serial (DNCT) belong to a MacBook 8,1. But I don't think that's right.It has a checksum to see if values are correct.
In this video, Peter Chato of YT fame, who is also a TMX86 member, shows how to not interact with Apple on a tech support call. Edited for content.I'm just scared to call lol