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Current version by: Dan ,

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I had this problem recently, when i took it in to Apple, all they did was replace a cable that connected the HD to the motherboard. Apparently in the 2010 model this is a common problem. Ifproblem!!

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I was you, iI would just take it to Apple. Since it is a common problem they might do it for free (they did for me). Good luck!
I had this problem recently, when i took it in to Apple, all they did was replace a cable that connected the HD to the motherboard. Apparently in the 2010 model this is a common problem. Ifproblem!!

If
I was you, iI would just take it to Apple. Since it is a common problem they might do it for free (they did for me). Good luck!
 
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Edit by: nicklatino ,

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I had this problem recently, when i took it in to Apple, all they did was replace a cable that connected the HD to the motherboard. Apparently in the 2010 model this is a common problem. If I was you, i would just take it to Apple. Since it is a common problem they might do it for free (they did for me). Good luck!
 
''If this answer was helpful please remember to mark it accepted.''

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Original post by: nicklatino ,

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I had this problem recently, when i took it in to Apple, all they did was replace a cable that connected the HD to the motherboard. Apparently in the 2010 model this is a common problem. If I was you, i would just take it to Apple. Since it is a common problem they might do it for free (they did for me). Good luck!

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