Something is keeping my mac from fully booting.
So the problems I am having arose a few days ago. It started with my mac randomly turning off. It happened many years ago aswell but I just unplugged the battery and put it back in and it worked again. This time around I could restart 2 times after it randomly turned off but after that it was done.
The only thing that gets the computer somewhat going is unplugging the power chord, holding in the power button for 10 seconds then plugging the power chord back in and releasing the power button (the light on the charger goes out when I do this). However I never get passed the apple logo and he loading bar underneath it. The fans are also running on full speed. When I check on the LED bar how much battery I have left the first light blinks indicating it is out of battery. Something that seems to be different from other cases like mine seems to be that my computer died while having the charger put in.
What I have tried:
-Unplugged the battery
-Swapped the RAM to each others sockets.
-Different outlets for the power chord
-Let it rest with battery unplugged and power chord out over night.
-Used time machine to a previous build.
-Dusted the inside of the computer
-Tried to boot into my windows partition but that also stops at the loading screen.
I am out of ideas and was hoping you guys might have some ideas as to what is going on. Thank you in advance.
UPDATE: The computer turned on randomly again. It seems to be working fine. I'm posting a picture of coconut battery results.
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