Top Hard drive slot.So how do I take out a hard drive from the top slot. Any one can exchange a slot from the bottom one it is easy access. A...
Answer to "Overheating causing graphic issues"I had purchased a 27 inch I mac circa 2009 or 2010 the first time that they were released. I think it was a core i7 with 4 cores and a 4670 or 4600 series gpu. The v ram was 1 gig and 1 tera hard drive. Don't recall the cpu. It may have been 2.8 or 3.2. I know that I was very happy with it the night before. What started my trouble is the next morning. I think I burned a dvd. 4.7 gigs. The screen started flickering. Went to black than back to white and black dots dancing. This went on for 5 minutes and the screen came back. I was good for hours. Just that first couple of minutes when waking up in the morning the computer that is after putting to sleep the night before and burning a dvd in the morning. This freeque me out. I return it. I exchange it 3 times with various other quality issues before I gave up and opted for a laptop. The laptop had all sorts of issues including external video flickering on a monitor. Two years of constant visits to apple store. One year in I had an exchange for a newer model....
Answer to "Superdrive acting up"I read somewhere that a firmware update for the superdrive created enomolous errors. Is there a way to step back to the original and to block the update? What I get is both of my supperdrives act up in my mac pro. One superdrive refuses all burned disks and kiks em back out. The originals are fine but sometimes i get an error of no software to install like with my i life disk. Second try it installed fine. Same with Leopard install it took two pass to install. First time it ended with clean disk and restart try again. I did not clean anything just restarted and finished the install. Also the other drive I install a burned disk and it thinks I installed a new blank disk and it tells me to format it to burn data disk. Is this some kind of trick to destroy my burned disks?