Logic Board or Magsafe Board failure?
I recently found my old black macbook. It has a cracked screen and before it was put storage, it could boot and run off an external monitor.
The macbook was put away because it refused to boot up. No signs of life, no white lights, grey screen or chimes. I don't have a battery at the moment as it expanded. I ordered a new battery is on the way. When I plug in a magsafe, without the battery, the lights goes amber and turns to green. So I don't think its the Magsafe board.(not 100%)
Having no signs of life I think it is the logic board.
I bought my macbook second hand, it has a Black Santa Rose case, but internally it runs an 1.83Ghz Intel Core Duo 2006 board. The case has three cables for the airport, but only two were connected. It also currently isn't a energy star board, and a 3-wall connector board.
I'm planning to revive the black macbook, and upgrade to the 2.4Ghz Core 2 Duo board.
Any ideas on what is actually not functional? Everything looks fine internally. So I'm thinking its the logic board.....
Is this a good question?