- iPhoto '11 v9.4.2 & OS 10.7.5 I know this is a "software" problem but it does require a DIY repair... The script for Microsof...
- Generally as a matter of policy this forum does not Answer software problems. Your best bet IMnsHO is to buy a replacement installer from e-bay and use your registration information. If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- Connect to and external monitor - no image there likely means a blown GPU/VGC (yes that's a logic board replace). If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- If the device is detected, not saving may not be a USB problem... unless it's a new USB 3.0 connector. Help us help you - give more details... what OS are you using, what scanner and software, where are you trying to save, what exactly does the error message text state? If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- Buy a USB Audio Adaptor - it will have a headphone jack. USB audio is separate from analogue audio. DIYers can't really repair/remove/ replace a headphone jack desoldering/res
oldering logic board components is an advance DIY repair requiring lots of skill (practice) special tools. If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- That is correct. Every job is easier when you use the proper tools. If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- Asked and Answered. Some of the newer models do not have jumper points you have to short the keyboard connector block (do not have the keyboard connected when you do this). If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- Running AHT once with heat issues is often not enough to identify the problem. Run it 2-3x in succession. Also with intensive CPU/GPU use you will generate heat and the fans will kick in. If you changed what you are doing (what apps running) you might be the natural cause of this change in behavior. More details will help us help you. (What OS you're using, what Apps your using) There are some apps that "runway" with the processor and cause overheating. I would look at all the above before opening a machine of this age. If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- Often when heat is an issue running AHT once shows no errors. You have to run it 2 or 3x in succession to create enough heat to cause the issue. By default if there's too much heat, or a heat sensor fails, the fans go into full speed mode to try to keep the user from cooking the CPU. You should save and quit when this behavior begins. Applying thermal paste is an art. You need to completely remove the old paste and put a thin coat on the heat-sink, doing it wrong can cause overheating. There are many other causes for BSOD from RAM to GPU/logic board to bad cache files on the HD. Heat sink problems would not be my first pick. Try a Safe Boot. If that works you have HD issues. Are you absolutely certain your SSD spec.'s fit your box (e.g. SATA III 6GB/s)? If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- It's possible. It's also possible it could be a keyboard controller chip. Try any USB keyboard see if the same keys do not work. If they work ok carefully clean just the end of the ribbon cable (use a clean pencil eraser as an abrasive). Ensure you get the cable fully and squarely inserted into the connector and remember to unlock/lock the Cam. If this answer is acceptable please remember to return and mark it.
- The latest crash was caused by Stainless Client - that may be why flash won't install. I know nothing about Stainles, but, the linked page says "Although Stainless cannot make up for the dismal performance of not being able to have the latest Flash player on PowerPC" so that makes me consider that it might interfere with flash. The second to the last crash and others before that were caused by Core Audio. Irrelevant reports of Damaged SUID files (you don't list them) are a "known issue" with specific machines and OS's. I'm a volunteer so I didn't look beyond the first two incidents… maybe someone else here will, sometimes fixing one or two things solves or uncovers other issues. You know your Graphics Card is suspect or damaged (using second VGA? port). That's one piece of hardware you could replace if you have a known good card to try. I don't know with a machine this age if I'd go buy a new card unless it was less than $50.00 (how much money do you want to put into this dinosaur?) Try booting from the origi...
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search troubleshoot charging in helpful Answers sub search macbook. It could be your DC-in board, or, your battery.
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Quote from herman428:
If I replaced the logic board and still get nothing past the Apple logo, how do I know it's a faulty cable and which one... ? Is it possible that it's the hard drive ? The hard drive seems to be active and spinning when listening to it close up against my ear. Not sure which way to go here.
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Quote from jesseamador:
When I changed out my battery on my Video iPod I messed up the cable connection for the battery on the logic board. So I replaced my logic board but the new logic board only comes up in a Sad Face icon. It makes a click when I try to reset the iPod each time. What do I need to do now? I'm stuck!
Quote from Baaald:
I have a problem with my macbook A1181.
When the laptop is running, if I press hard the keyboard or the case on the left or right, my computer shuts down immediately.
At the same time, if I press hard the keyboard, the Shutdown window pops up asking me if I want to shutdown the pc and in some cases after some seconds it shuts down anyway.
I can't use my laptop anymore.
Thanks! This website is terrific!
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