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Bug causing overheating MacBook

Hi, early today I had an error with iTunes so I restart my computer, then It appear the common message to send a bug report to apple so i click on it and I send it, the problem was that after I do that my macbook fans started to work as if I was running a game or something, I reset the SMC and I still have the problem, in my monitor activity the user event agent is running the 60 percent of my cpu, but I think that problem is that bug reporter that get stuck or something, please help me fix this, what could it be? MY FANS ARE FULL SPEED.

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Try a NVRAM reset for this.

"Shut down your Mac, then turn it on and immediately hold down these four keys together: Option, Command, P, and R. Keep holding the keys for about 20 seconds, during which your Mac might appear to restart. (If you have a Mac that plays a startup sound when you turn it on, you can release the keys after the second startup sound.)

Option+Command+P+R

When your Mac finishes starting up, you might want to open System Preferences and adjust settings that have been reset, such as sound volume, display resolution, startup disk selection, or time zone." Source : Apple

If this does not work you might have a hardware problem

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