- It sounds like your discharge hose siphoned back the waste water from the pipe you have it connected to. Make sure the pipe you have the hose connected to is high enough off the ground so you don't get backwash from the sewer. Also make sure you don't have the pipe covered where the hose is connected (you want it open so any water it can spill out Vs going up the hose). Put some drain cleaner down the pipe incase you have a clog and flush it out with lots of water from a lawn hose. I would also strongly recommend sanitizing the washing machine with bleach in case you did get sewer water in it.
- You should be OK here as you're staying with in the same series of system. Both are Mid '09 models.
- Did someone cut the cable off or is it just missing because they couldn't get the replacement part? As far as I can find out you'll need to talk directly with Apple to get the special cable (no part number listed for it). FYI - you can use a regular Thunderbolt cable if you have to (review the guide). Good Luck Here's the iFixIt guide so you can replace it 27" Thunderbolt display UPDATE Here's an image of the cable end the other is mounted directly on the display (not intended to be removable)
- Heres the Chipworks info on the chip bcm5976. Here's ABI research info on the chip bcm5976. Both need payment for there research if that is what you want. As to getting the part there are many who offer it online. The problem most people face here is they need to swap out the chip. But do to the tightness of the components on the iPad logic board you really can't replace the chip without killing the logic board. Bottom line here: its just not economical to replace discreet components like this one on the iPad or iPad mini. Just get a new logic board in the long run it's cheaper.
- Here's the best place to get the detailed specs for any Mac system. I've already linked to your system here Mac Mini Core i7
- Well you're creating one !@#$ of a Frankenstein machine here with all of this. Sorry to say most of what you have here is just not possible - adding an SD card reader, swapping out your keyboard for a backlit one, swapping out the optical drive for a BluRay optical drive, swapping out the display for a Retina, or lastly, changing out the logic board for a radically different model. The things that are within your reach are the following: - Swapping out your HD of a hybrid HD (Seagate Momentus XT or newer SSHD) - Removing the optical drive and putting in a SSD in it's place (depending on your model) As to the other stuff someone with better iPad knowledge can answer them. Bottom line here - Don't waste your money if yo want these features get a new system that gives them to you Vs trying to make one from a system which clearly was never intended to offer them.
- There have been a few reports of Apple using a different HD layout in the newest models (drive in the upper HD bay now). At this point I don't know of any kit which has the needed cable. If you can get to an authorized Apple service center (independent store) they may be willing to order the lower bay cable from Apple for you.
- The Seagate Momentus XT drive is only a 2.5" where as your current drive is a 3.5". So as to fit you'll need to get a conversion rail set. Frankly, I would go with a high RPM 3.5" drive instead if you need to do this now. Otherwise I would wait a bit. There are some newer hybrid drives coming (even a full 3.5" version) in the next few months that you may find better. Here's the replacement drives for the Momentus XT Seagate announced new line up of Seagate SSHD drives
- Mac OS-X can fully support these larger drives and your given system can likewise support them. Just keep in mind your SATA I/O speed is SATA II (3Gb/s). Follow the iFixIt guide listed above and you shouldn't have any problems.
- Well I have some good news and some bad: Your system is on the edge of being supported. In reviewing this TN your system makes the grade running Lion - Systems that support Lion. But, Apple created a new TN for Mountain Lion - Systems that Support Mountain Lion which clearly implies it is not supported. I think Apple is looking at its stock build of this system. If you review the other supported systems you will note they have larger hard drives (yours 80GB the others 120GB or bigger). The other fact here is both Lion & Mountain Lion need more memory than what your system has. Your system can only offer the OS & Apps a max of 3GB using 2 - 2GB memory modules which is on the lower end of what I would recommend (surfing, iTunes, light app use...) So you'll need to upgrade both and then your limited to Lion by Apples TN. I still think you can upgrade to Mountain Lion on this system (if you've done all of the needed hardware upgrades) but then again I've not tried it. So it all comes down to costs and risks - I s...
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Can you verify the data rate of the I/O is it SATA-3?
Step 15 - could be Braille U - B - A or the contractions Us - But - A
From the Apple specs sheet neither this new MacBook Pro or the new MacBook Air have digital outputs. Just looking at the connector in the disassembly photos it appears to be true - Sorry
R4F2113 is a Renesas 16-Bit Single-Chip Microcomputer H8S Family / H8S/2100 Series