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MacBook with new logicboard don't install Snow leopard

Hello everyone, I'm French and I have a problem that I can not solve on my white MacBook 13 "penryn in late 2008.

After changing the motherboard, so I wanted to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

I changed my external hard drive, the former is HS.

When I run the installation, the disk starts alone. The choice of languages, no keyboard response brand new! Even with an external mouse not nothing responds.

How?

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Try installing 10.5 first. Your 10.6 may be a upgrade disk. Also remember to format the new hard drive.

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An upgrade-only disk would give you an error message stating that fact.

The internal keyboard is connected to the logic board over a USB bus; if it does not respond and an external mouse doesn't respond, then the USB controller is broken; you should probably return the motherboard as defective and get a new one.

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