Keyboard and Track pad issue after replacing thermal paste
Hello last night i relapsed the thermal past of my mac (it was very dusty also) after i cleaned it and put it back together, i powered the mac on, it started and after it booted in to OSX the fans started spinning at top RPM
The track pad is not working, and the keyboard does not work as well!
After i reopened the PC, i discovered that i snapped the track pad ribbon cable :/ and the tiny ribbon that comes from the keyboard to the motherboard seems twisted ( i figured that that`s the temp controller, and its the reason for the fans spinning at top rpm) And the keyboard was stuck to the mobo (where the cpu is) so as i removed the motherboard i had to unstuck it...
So my question is:
Can the Macbook pro start without a keyboard? Or its the ribbon of the track pad, that is the issue, and coz of it the PC wont recognize the keyboard?
And how can i change the small ribbon cable (bottom right, comes under the right fan its a small tiny ribbon)
Or i`ll have to change the keyboard also? Right now i am not sure if the keyboard actually failed... it does not work though, no lights also!
Can any one that delt with similar problems answer me ? Thanks!
Is this a good question?