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Like all the above and to be honest I useduse to buy replacement cables on on the cheap as replacements when carrying out repairs (the customer new, however it was a cheap option than an original) however every single one without exception would come back no matter where I bought the cables from, you can't beat the original.
Like all the above and to be honest I useduse to buy replacement cables on on the cheap as replacements when carrying out repairs (the customer new, however it was a cheap option than an original) however every single one without exception would come back no matter where I bought the cables from, you can't beat the original.
 
However it could be an expiation that you've gotten a faulty ssd the chances a slim but theres always a possibility. if you can next time you get the folder see if you can boot into network recovery and see the drive in Disk Utility, try running a first aid on it and see if you get any sort of errors.
 
Also as you haven't stated the yearyear, the older versions of these MacBook prosPros I believe used sata 2SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) this is rare but sometimes you can have problems with sata 3 ssd andSATA III (6.0 Gb/s) SSD with a sata2SATA II connection.
Also as you haven't stated the yearyear, the older versions of these MacBook prosPros I believe used sata 2SATA II (3.0 Gb/s) this is rare but sometimes you can have problems with sata 3 ssd andSATA III (6.0 Gb/s) SSD with a sata2SATA II connection.
 
You say you changed the drive to an ssdSSD, if the old HDD wasn't faulty and you still have it you can try that in a see if you still have the issues.
You say you changed the drive to an ssdSSD, if the old HDD wasn't faulty and you still have it you can try that in a see if you still have the issues.

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Original post by: lewis Barker ,

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Like all the above and to be honest I used to buy replacement cables on on the cheap as replacements when carrying out repairs (the customer new, however it was a cheap option than an original) however every single one without exception would come back no matter where I bought the cables from, you can't beat the original.

However it could be an expiation that you've gotten a faulty ssd the chances a slim but theres always a possibility. if you can next time you get the folder see if you can boot into network recovery and see the drive in Disk Utility, try running a first aid on it and see if you get any sort of errors.

Also as you haven't stated the year the older versions of these MacBook pros I believe used sata 2 this is rare but sometimes you can have problems with sata 3 ssd and a sata2 connection.

You say you changed the drive to an ssd, if the old HDD wasn't faulty and you still have it you can try that in a see if you still have the issues.

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