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Title:

Kernel panic and HDD format questions

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I did another replacement of capacitor C9560 on a 820-2850 board (2010 MBP 15” ), and it ran fine after with a fresh install with a High Sierra HDD. I used the cap I bought from Louis Rossman’s store, the oversized unit, and also had replaced the trackpad, which had been the only error showing in ASD after the surgery. I

I
was ready to give it to a new owner, but upon inserting the new owner's old SSHD ((whichwhich had previously been in one of those infamous 2011 MBP with a 820- 2915)2915), the 2850 did a panic again, even with the new cap. Are

Are
there other reasons to panic on these 2850 boards beside the cap? I amI’m currently running Disc Warrior on the new owner's SSHD (which had previously been in the infamous 2011 MBP with a 820- 2915), and it showed 7 out of 10 in the optimisationoptimization index. Could it be that the machine did the kernel panic just because I installed his SSHD which was subjected to kernel panics in the owner previous 2915?  Another2915?

Another
factor which MIGHT play into the crash of my freshly re-capped 2850 has come to light: The SSHD I had tried to implant into my freshly re capped machine had a " Logical Volume Group" Type, and a "Logical partition" format. Being the rookie I still am ( forfor the time being) , I am drawing blanks as to what that means, other than that when I put my own " GuideGUID Partition Table " formatted HDDs into the machine, it crashes no more…Canmore… Can anyone shed some light please?
I did another replacement of capacitor C9560 on a 820-2850 board (2010 MBP 15” ), and it ran fine after with a fresh install with a High Sierra HDD. I used the cap I bought from Louis Rossman’s store, the oversized unit, and also had replaced the trackpad, which had been the only error showing in ASD after the surgery. I

I
was ready to give it to a new owner, but upon inserting the new owner's old SSHD ((whichwhich had previously been in one of those infamous 2011 MBP with a 820- 2915)2915), the 2850 did a panic again, even with the new cap. Are

Are
there other reasons to panic on these 2850 boards beside the cap? I amI’m currently running Disc Warrior on the new owner's SSHD (which had previously been in the infamous 2011 MBP with a 820- 2915), and it showed 7 out of 10 in the optimisationoptimization index. Could it be that the machine did the kernel panic just because I installed his SSHD which was subjected to kernel panics in the owner previous 2915?  Another2915?

Another
factor which MIGHT play into the crash of my freshly re-capped 2850 has come to light: The SSHD I had tried to implant into my freshly re capped machine had a " Logical Volume Group" Type, and a "Logical partition" format. Being the rookie I still am ( forfor the time being) , I am drawing blanks as to what that means, other than that when I put my own " GuideGUID Partition Table " formatted HDDs into the machine, it crashes no more…Canmore… Can anyone shed some light please?

Device:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open

Original post by: Jurgen ,

Title:

Kernel panic and HDD format questions

Text:

I did another replacement of capacitor C9560 on a 820-2850 board (2010 MBP 15” ), and it ran fine after with a fresh install with a High Sierra HDD. I used the cap I bought from Louis Rossman’s store, the oversized unit, and also had replaced the trackpad, which had been the only error showing in ASD after the surgery. I was ready to give it to a new owner, but upon inserting the new owner's old SSHD ((which had previously been in one of those infamous 2011 MBP with a 820- 2915)), the 2850 did a panic again, even with the new cap.  Are there other reasons to panic on these 2850 boards beside the cap?  I am currently running Disc Warrior on the new owner's SSHD (which had previously been in the infamous 2011 MBP with a 820- 2915), and it showed 7 out of 10 in the optimisation index. Could it be that the machine did the kernel panic just because I installed his SSHD which was subjected to kernel panics in the owner previous 2915?  Another factor which MIGHT play into the crash of my freshly re-capped 2850 has come to light: The SSHD I had tried to implant into my freshly re capped machine had a " Logical Volume Group" Type, and a "Logical partition" format. Being the rookie I still am ( for the time being) , I am drawing blanks as to what that means, other than that when I put my own " Guide Partition Table " formatted HDDs into the machine, it crashes no more…Can anyone shed some light please?

Device:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Status:

open