MacBook does not boot and kernel panics. FIX?
I have a 2010 13” 2,4ghz MacBook Pro. The computer does not boot and would kernel panics usually. Here is every OS I tried
Snow Leopard Installer On USB : Goes to Apple Logo and tries to boot but kernel panics halfway.
Yosemite On Internal Drive : Boots halfway crashes and has shows some error log text and has a “NO” sign a few seconds later (occasionally kernel panics)
Yosemite On USB: Same issue as internal drive
Yosemite Install USB: Boots, but “unmounting disk” error when installing
This computer seems to be very tempermental. I gave up and came to the answers community instead. I also tried to reset the PRAM and Option+D and Cmd+R. I don’t know about the logic board. I took the computer apart and I didn’t see any problems. And also the fans run at full speed for some reason, Just a side note. And also I am not using AASP’s. I have already wasted enough time there. Thanks guys!
UPDATE : 5/18/2021
I tried yosemite on an USB and now it will only go 20% in the apple logo progress bar and it will just stay like that forever and doesn’t go any further.
After trying Snow Leopard, the internal drive doesn’t work. I think it’s the SATA cable, but I am not going to fix it until i can get the computer into an operating system. The computer also doesn’t accept : Option+D and Command+R for some reason.
The laptop did boot into every version of macOS using safe mode, but only El Capitan/Lion works using normal mode, but it is EXTREMELY laggy and unusable? Can I still revive this motherboard?
And also the battery doesn’t work, just another side note
Is this a good question?