- I am currently attempting to create a little setup file/Self extracting file that I can run to basically cut out the need to ...
- Unfortunately the CPU and GPU are onboard. The only way of upgrading these items are by replacing the Logic board - to which you would only be able to replace with the Logic board of models available on Apples website. Here is a link to the TearDown Guide to give you more of an insight to the hardware in the Mac Mini: Mac Mini Mid 2011 Teardown Hope this helps,
- Brad is correct, The rear case is now the body of the phone. To replace this you would need to perform a full teardown. If you would like to take a look then here is the link for the Teardown guide: iPhone 5 Teardown Regards,
- Hello Perry, It is very strange that you are receiving the 3 diagnostic lights but no activity from anything, are you certain the Hard Drive does not attempt to spin? Try shining a flashlight onto the front of the display to check for a video signal, Apple logo or user login screen. If not, try this with an external display. Does your model of iMac have an onboard graphics card? If so, the most likely solution to this is Logic Board replacement. unfortunately. Hope this helps,
- This issue is a damaged LCD display. Below is the guide to replacing the LCD display (Assuming your Macbook Pro is a Pre-Unibody model judging by the picture) MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260 LCD Panel Replacement Hope this helps,
- Which model Macbook do you have? The first step is to try and reset your SMC, you can do so by following the directions below; Resetting the SMC on Mac portables with a battery you can remove Shut down the computer. Disconnect the MagSafe power adapter from the computer, if it's connected. Remove the battery. Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds. Release the power button. Reconnect the battery and MagSafe power adapter. Press the power button to turn on the computer. Resetting the SMC on portables with a battery you should not remove on your own Shut down the computer. Plug in the MagSafe power adapter to a power source, connecting it to the Mac if its not already connected. On the built-in keyboard, press the (left side) Shift-Control-Option keys and the power button at the same time. Release all the keys and the power button at the same time. Press the power button to turn on the computer. Note: The LED on the MagSafe power adapter may change states or temporarily turn off when you reset the SMC. I...
- First of all I would recommend creating a new network 'Location'. This can be done by following the instructions below; Launch “System Preferences” from the Apple menu or Dock Select the “Network” panel Click on the “Location” pull down menu and choose “Edit Locations…” Click on the + plus icon to add a new network location, give it a unique name, and click “Done” This will create a new set of Networking settings. We can also try trashing the Airport plist, this can be found in the following directory; /Library/Prefer
ences/System Configuration/ Delete com.apple.netwo rk.plist and com.apple.airpo rt.preferences. plist You may need to enable the Library since you are using OSX Lion, this can be done by typing the following command into the Terminal, found in the Utilities section, chflags nohidden ~/Library/ Send this file to Desktop to keep it safe for now and then restart the Macbook. Now try to find your network. Hope this helps,
- You can heat up the glue that holds the trackpad together and then remove the glass form the sensor. you would then need to 'scrape' away the silver colouring that is painted onto the underside of the glass. I am not sure how you would then go about colouring the glass before re-seating the sensor back against the glass. Also I do not know how sensitive this would then be after this process. You need to be very carefull doing this as the glass shatters into very very fine splinters if bent too much. Hope this helps, Wes
- This usually means the the computer is unable to find bootable media. If you hold down the Option key (Alt Key) when switching on the Mac do you see any drives appear? We can verify whether the drive is functioning correctly by following the steps below; Start your Mac. Put your OS X install disk in the optical drive. Restart the computer, then hold the C key during startup. From the Utilities menu, choose Disk Utility. Don't click Continue. Select your Mac OS X disk (named "Macintosh HD" by default) in the left side of the Disk Utility window. Click the First Aid tab. Click Repair Disk to verify and repair any issues with your Mac OS X startup disk. After repairing the disk, try to start up normally. If the repair fails then you will need to replace the drive. If this passes you will need to re-install your OSX from your provided installation disc. Hope this helps, Wes
- You can purchase extra strong double sided sticky tape to hold the glass in place.
- Before attempting a self repair on this I would personally take this to Apple under your 1 year Manufacturers warranty. If you would prefer to take a look at the issue yourself then you would need a T6 Torx screwdriver to remove the screws from the fan. Hope this helps, Wes
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