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Answer to: Replaced micro USB now Bluetooth broken?Have you tried to power cycle the device ?
Answer to: data shift without wifiConnect a sufficiently large external hard drive to your old computer and drag-and-drop (or copy-and-paste) all the files you need from your old computer onto the drive. Disconnect the drive from the old computer, connect it to the new computer, and move the files onto the new computer.
Answer to: Replace 1 TB Internal 3.5 Hard Drive with Dual SSDYou might want to go here and take a look at Other World Computings solution called Data Doubler. As far as I know, its a kit that will allow you to add a SSD to your existing drive. If you were wanting to yank out the existing drive and substitute another SSD drive, I dont see a problem. But, OWC has tech folks on staff and give them a call or chat with a tech person and run that by them. http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/drive_bra... Hope this helps
Answer to: Why is screen black after replacing hard drive?From a power off state, does the imac chime when you power up? If so (hearing the chime), are you saying that you do NOT at any time see a light grey screen with a dark grey apple logo about center of the screen? Do you have a recovery disk? Try booting off of the recovery disk and see if you get the display to work its normal routine. Also, be listening if the optical disk is being accessed during this time. Find a flashlight and shine it onto the screen to see if the backlight just happened to fail on you. If still dark on the screen, then re enter the imac to verify that all the cables are attached and plugged into their appropriate sockets Let us know what you find out. Terrence. Update: My apologies for misreading your post. Thanks for reviewing the facts again for me. As you know, when a system is working fine prior to an upgrade and fails in the aftermath of such upgrade then one can conclude that either the failure was only coincidental, OR that in the process of performing stated upgrade, that an unn...