New Logicboard Installed, Drivers?

I Installed a new logicboard on my macbook pro,i get a kernel panic? Is it the hardware that doesnt recognize my logicboard? What can i do? Thanks.

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I'd start with resetting the PRAM and SMC. Click here and click here for instructions on the resets. If that doesn't resolve the issue. I'd run disk utilities from your OS X install disk and repair the hard drive.

What are the last 3 characters of your serial number, please? What version of OS X are you running?

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Since this is not a MacbookAir I would also recommend checking the ram. +

by rj713

Silly question but did you buy the same exact model of the board as the one you put it into?

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i bought the exact same logicboard as the original board,i don't have a operation system yet,i have a snow leopard bootcd and e blank hard drive with a mac os extended partition on it,sooo,i boot into the cd and i get a kernel panic saying cpu not supported? its a brand new logicboard!? someone help me out? need drivers for the new logicboard?its strange...? and i did reset all of it...;-)

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I downloaded the smc firmare and the macbook pro2011EFIUP2.7..., now i need to load that on the smc?

by Billy

i searched a bit more,and found this? APPLE Serilizer Software! i think that i need that! ;-)

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i Can't find a link to the download? Anyone? i need the apple serializer software ;-)

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Billy will be eternally grateful.

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