- if you've changed the Inverter Board, Inverter cable, and the LCD panel.. unfortunately all that is left is the Logic board. Was the iBook dropped or subject to a liquid spill? as you know.. the backlight is inside the LCD panel..
- Did you replace just the LCD Panel, or the entire assembly? This Model is LED Backlit, therefore no inverter, backlight or inverter cable. Power for the Display LED's ride along with the LVDS Cable. since your getting display but not power, and both come from the same cable, its hard to determine without alittle troubleshooting
.. replacing the cable would be a good start.. actually would have been the first step. a backlight problem would rarely be the LCD on this model.
- With an external hard drive, you can back up your data , then restore from the backup on the new PS3. Using the Backup utility.. More info on sony's website.. http://playstation.custhelp.com/app/answ...
- Do each of these computers have assigned Static IP Address's? it not 10.0.1.4 may not be the computer you think it is.. if you don't like the idea of static, the next best thing would be to setup a DHCP reservation in your router. that way the router always assigns the correct IP address based on MAC address.
- Yes, that cable is integrated into the LCD panel itself. it technically could be repaired by someone who is skilled in wire repair / soldering.
- hmm.. The PowerBook G4 12" is a Power PC Computer - It has 1 Ram slot.. Snow Leopard does not run on Power PC Computers.. You cannot change parts of the computer to make it something that is not..
- Completely drained, and never used for sure, not enough information to determine if its "dead."
- Yes, My first guess would be the power supply. Lay it down flat on its screen.. remove the back.. usually if a power supply is "popping" it will have a distinct smell.. also looks for any buldging or swollen capacitors.
- Check to see if this new drive had a jumper (small plastic piece) located on the Harddrive - usually connecting 2 of the 4 pins that are separate from the others. Remove this jumper, otherwise the system will not see the drive.
- Yes, Apple Service providers can get the case's - Probably around the $200 range though.. you can want to take some components out and try to "bang out the dent"
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