Repair/SSD replacement instructions for 2012 27" iMac?I'm interested in getting a 27" iMac, but I want to install my own SSD - and I'm dreading the whole process of having to saw ...
Running with the top cover offHi, In the course of replacing the disk on my 17" MBP, I discovered the connector from the top cover with the keyboard/trackp...
What causes JiffyPop batteries?A couple days ago I was surprised to see my Macbook sitting at an odd angle. When I lifted it up, I was dismayed to find the ...
Hat geantwortet auf: Why does mondo never stop loadingI had the same problem with our radio. To solve it, I took it apart, and just re-seated all of the connectors from the various components to the main PCB. I also pulled off the daughter card (top-most board on the stack) and re-seated it as well. When I turned it back on, it needed to be re-configured, but successfully connected and started working again. To take apart the radio: (1) Facing the back of the radio, remove the two Phillips screws on the left (volume knob) side. (2) Use a thin metal spudger or screwdriver to pry off the cloth covered speaker grill. It's held in with four snaps, and pops off pretty easily. (3) In the plastic area surrounding the speaker, you'll find four deep-set Phillips screws. Remove them. (4) Using a thin screwdriver or heavy-duty metal spudger, pry the plastic speaker mount away from the outer case shell. There's some sticky glue holding it in place, but it gives away pretty easily. (5) As you pry the speaker side up, you'll see the control board has a number of cables attach...
Hat geantwortet auf: Repair/SSD replacement instructions for 2012 27" iMac?The original forum post has quite a bit of additional information about poking around inside the new 27" iMac. Bottom line: I'll wait 6 months or so for iFixit or OWC to start carrying "upgrade kits" with the proper replacement tape & entry tools. The 27" iMac holds one 3.5" drive (unlike the 21", which uses a 2.5" drive), and one "blade" SSD like the new MacBook Pros use. Unlike the new 21" iMac, you can upgrade the RAM on the 27" w/o cutting the machine open (there's an access hatch on the back). Replacing the disk requires cutting open the display and removing the left speaker. You'll need a proper mounting bracket (e.g., an Icy Dock) to mount a 2.5" SSD in place of the 3.5" drive. Adding/replacing the blade SSD requires pulling out the main logic board. Creating huge access headaches just to make the edges a 1/4" thinner is just insane.
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