Ich vermute die Batterie ist tiefenentladen und kommt nicht mehr hoch. Evtl ist ein Modul in der Batterie defekt. Wenn Du einen Defekt des MBPs ausschliessen kannst (mit einer funktionstüchtigen Batterie prüfen) dann muss es ja die ifixit batterie sein. Ich würde die reklamieren bevor man da zuviel zeit mit verbuttert.
Have a look to the part: B661-4766 or: http://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?c... this is related to your MBP 13" Mid 09 It is not in the ifixit store you have to look somewhere else or ask an AASP near you. The Airport will be assembled in the display next to the inverterboard. Best regards.
Ok we all don't know if the failure is a HW or SW issue. So do this: Hold CMD + V for Verbose Mode during Startup - Where do the System hang? Write down the last three Lines. When you don't see the spinning wheel then something with the HW need to be checked. I suggest an RAM or MLB failure. So check first Verbose Mode. Bye
Hi Bryan, 1. Boot from Install DVD 2. Choose Language -> and wait 3. Click on top Menü -> Utilities 4. Click on Disk Utility 5. Choose new HDD on left side with the GB in it 6. Choose on the right the erase pane 7. Choose "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" 8. Click Erase. The new Disk is now formated and ready to use. You don't need to partition the HDD if no partition is created yet. Erase is absolutly fine.
Why should Apple replace the part only if some people has nearly sounded issue with the unit? I tell you what. The TG0H error suggest the GPU heat-sink sensor is faulty. You should check in this direction. SNS still means that you have to check your unit according LogicBoard Failures. In this case SNS=Sensor issues. The GPU and CPU heatsinks are the same in this unit. Best regards
When you have a lot of time then you can spend it by finding the right solution for this problem. In my opinion there is only one I would check. 1. Do I have a backup of the data of the defect HDD? Yes then put the bad unit in the garbage and replace it with a new on.
2. When you don't hv a backup and there is no chance go get to the data then read 1. and replace the unit. Thats the fastest way.
Try an other Inverterboard that controls the backlighting and so the flickering. Maybe some cables are on wrong position. Check temperature of the CPU with iStat Pro widget. Is there a flickering when you connect a Display to the DVI Port?
Maybe the I/O Board in the Mini is defect and need to be replaced when points that charles2 mentioned not helped. When there is no way to get Firewire to function properly again even a problem in the LB is possible.
Please check these Points first: 1. Disconnect any USB devices even the apple mouse and keyboard during suspendmode.
2. Is there a schedule in the timetable of the systemcontrols?
3. Maybe the backupbatterie in the macbook pro its situated on the right side near SD unter the Topcase is old and defect pls replace.
4. You only made an PMU/SMC reset also do a PRAM reset. ALT + Apple + P +R Button on startup till the third chime comes then lift up fingers and boot it itself -> Test
5. a)Under HD/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration delete the files : com.apple.AutoWake.plist and com.apple.PowerManagement.plist
b) Under delete the file User/Library/Preferences com.apple.systemuiserver.plist
c) Restart and do a PRAM/NVRAM Bye