TR10 Torx Security Screwdriver

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Product code: IF145-080

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TR10 Torx Security Screwdriver

$1.95 Was $4.95
You save $3.00!

Product code: IF145-080

Product Overview

All hail the Mighty T10

  • Don't get caught on the outside of your device, locked out by a silly security peg.
  • While this driver is drilled to work with tamper-resistant Torx Screws, it will also work just fine with regular Torx screws.

This bit type is also available in our popular 54 Bit Driver Kit as well as our Pro Tech Screwdriver Set

Product Details

$1.95 Economy

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Our in-house economy brand driver will get the job done.

$5.95 iFixit

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Great for the average Joes and the Semi-pros. A staff favorite!

$9.95 Pro / ESD / USA

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Top of the line professional made in USA driver with swivel top ESD safe ergonomic handle.

Lifetime Warranty.

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Stories

My Problem

Bought a higher-end 2010 iMac off a friend who was moving and didn't want to take it with him. My 2011 MacBook Pro wasn't keeping up with the few games I wanted to play via BootCamp (Skyrim, Cities: Skylines, Diablo, etc.), so I figured the better specs on the iMac would help keep me from needing/wanting to buy a new computer in the next twoish years. I knew that it was starting to experience some artifacting and kernel panicking due to the video card starting to go out, but for $250, I wasn't going to say "no"! I figured I'd be able to repair it myself when the time came it was unusable. So, when it did finally go, I found a video card on eBay for $200 and sat down to replace it.

My Fix

The repair went really well, overall! I used iFixIt's guide to remove the front glass panel and then the display panel so I could get at the video card (found here: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iMac+Intel+...). I then used this guide from teut986 (found here: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iMac+Intel+...) to walk through the work of taking out the other innards needed to access and replace the video card. I was a little intimidated by something like the iMac. I'd only taken Apple's laptops apart before and I had never had to go as deep into them as I did the iMac. That said, though, overall the process was really, really easy. Overall, I'd say it took 60-90 minutes, but half of that was getting REALLY frustrated trying to put the GPU heat sensor cable plugged back into the man logic board. It's really, really small, has to be aligned a specific way, and goes in on the back side of the board, in the tightest spot possible with very little room for maneuvering. But, that's the only difficult part. Everything else was really straightforward and easy-to-do!

My Advice

1) Maybe get some tweezers to help with the GPU sensor cable. The pair I had didn't really help too much, but you might have some worth a %#*@ to try out. I finally ended up getting it by sheer blind luck and a weird "from behind" angle where I had to do it by-feel as I couldn't see anything.

2) Set up a space with something LINT-FREE to set the panel glass and display panel on and then cover them both immediately with more LINT-FREE material. I used newspapers and it worked pretty well.

3) Do not let dust get between the glass and the display panel. You will think "I can ignore that. It's not a big deal" for about 10 minutes until it starts to drive you crazy and you're opening it back up to get the canned air and such in there to fetch it out.

4) Consider wearing some gloves while handling the glass and display. You don't want fingerprints on the inside (see 3)

5) An empty, dry, ice tray works REALLY well for holding and keeping all those screws organized

My Problem

My hard drive broke, and I had to open up my iMac and replace it with this kit.

My Fix

Repair was done in minutes.

My Advice

Watch YouTube videos on how to use.

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My Problem

My computer didn't turn on. I took it to an Apple Store. They told me that this Machine is a Dinosaur. they didn't have the part and didn't gave me warranty if the part is not original.

My Fix

I start looking on the internet how can I repair the computer. Then I see a video on youtube. I place the order, the order arrives the exact day it say in the order. Everything in the box was in perfect condition. While I watch the video I was doing all step by step. In about 18 minutes I have my computer back and working perfectly.

My Advice

IFIXIT is very trustable. The videos are very specific on the screws, cables, everything. I am a Pastor and My wife is a Grapphic Artist, all our work was in that computer, was very frustrating when the people from MAC told us nothing can be done. Thks IFIXIT, we have everything back and working perfectly.

My Problem

iMac computer would not start.

My Fix

Repair went exactly as the instructions and video indicated.

My Advice

Glad I tried this instead of taking it to Apple for what I'm certain would have cost at least 3 times more.

My Problem

Fully dead desktop computer. (Perhaps only "mostly dead").

My Fix

I watched the video of the repair a couple of times so I would feel comfortable taking this machine apart, then started the repair. I have to say, this was perfectly accurate for my machine, not just general advice! This was by far the best experience of this kind I have had. Thank you for your careful attention to the details that an untrained person might not catch. Very good tools, and the part fit just right. It fired up on the first try and this gave my older iMac some extended life for sure. Keep this up! I'll be back for more repair advice and parts in the future.

My Advice

Trust this company, they're first class folks.

My Problem

LCD failed on a late 2006 17" white intel iMac. The iMac wasn't repaired, but got a working hard drive from it.

My Fix

I was originally going to try and fix my mother's old late 2006 white 17" iMac, which had a failing LCD with vertical lines from the heating problem those were known for. Since she didn't buy her macbook air until 2014, it was really too late to look for a new panel and if i had found a used one chances were it was going to cost more then it was worth. So I decided to try to disconnect the internal display and just use the imac with an external display. This wouldn't work, it kept freezing on boot or had no desktop with a blank screen..

I decided to then buy a t10 from ifixit to get the LCD out and then rescue the hard drive since it was still good. I already have a multi bit set but the handle isn't long enough for deep screws.

So the bottom line is, I got a working 160 GB drive i can use for something and the imac has been scrapped. I got a late 2013 macbook pro 13" the same time of year my mom upgraded to the macbook air from the imac. So i have a much more current and working mac.

My Advice

I have a computer repair background, but mostly desktops so old macs and general PCs. the all in one macs make me nervous.

My Problem

The Macbook had a strange whirring noise all the time when it was on. It was getting louder day by day, so it was obvious that this problem was not going away.

My Fix

Opened computer, confirmed that the left fan was defective and ordered a new one from iFixit.

Ordered a new one. The one I got was at least free from dust, but somehow felt like it had been handled more than the original Apple fan I was replacing.

My Advice

There are directions from Apple, about how to tighten the screws in the lid on the bottom of the MacBook Pro. If done improperly, the computer might wobble on your desk. Directions are here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202450 and the stuff you need is section 12.

My Problem

Failed hard drive in an iMac. Apple doesn't make it exceptionally easy to replace it, but it was worth doing.

My Fix

The ifixit kit had everything I needed plus clear step-by-step guidance on performing the replacement. Worked a treat!

My Advice

For putting the screen back on, it is better to have an extra pair of hands to help position it.

My Problem

Die HDD war zu langsam, also musste die SSD rein

My Fix

mit den richtigen Werkzeugen und der genauen Anleitung und dem passenden Neuteilen von iFixit, kein Problem. 30 Minuten war es erledigt.

My Advice

Unbedingt die Displayarretierung aus Schaumstoff kaufen, hab mich geärgert diese nicht mitgekauftt zu haben. Das macht es nochmal einfacher.

My Problem

My hard drive had completely crashed, needed to replace.

My Fix

It was quick and easy, other than one hiccup in that my drive was a Seagate and I had ordered a Western Digital accidentally. However, iFixit was great about sending me the right drive, and I have sent back the prior one.

My Advice

It appears some people have problems with the temperature sensor. I found that by properly marking the wires, I had no issue reinstalling the heat sensor cable and having no issues with the fan. Again, felt the whole process was very easy and quick.

Also, to restore the drive with Mac OS X, luckily had been regularly backing up with Time Machine to a NAS, and so it was really easy to restore from a time machine image.