Question about Apple MacBook Pro Notebook
It is a 2.3 Ghz with Intel Core i5
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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if you,ve exceeded the limited amount of changes, then you can,t make any more changes.
your only hope is to find a program such as CSS region free.
install this on the computer, which should allow you to play all region dvds.
Hope this helps :)
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
Hello! The MacBook Pro you have mentioned can only support 4GB's total. 2GB's in the first slot, and 2GB's on the second slot.
What you may have seen by accident was that you can purchase either a 4GB kit, or a 2GB kit. Meaning a 4GB kit with 2 2GB sticks, or a 2GB kit with 2 1GB sticks.
Your best bet is to go with a 2GB stick in each slot to max out your MacBook Pro. 2GB's is the largest each slot can read.
For more information, check out the website below which has very detailed information on memory for various systems.
MacBook Pro Memory Information
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
upgrade your CD/DVD firmware from MAC website and install it.
if it does same even upgrading driver then most could be problem in optical lens so better taking back in the same place where you bought it from if its still under warranty.
or if its out of warranty then you need to take to Tech so they can fix it for you.
please post back if anything changes and rate all answers.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
It's a problem with the lcd video cable.
It only works when you hit the right spot because the wires aren't getting enough contact.
I'd recommend getting it fixed by a local Mac tech off craigslist. It's not difficult for a tech, but for a novice it's a bit tough.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Later MacBook (Pro) use a mini-DVI connector that does not pass analog needed for composite or S-video. Was yours ever working? And most DVI connectors do not pass sound as seen by your cabling. You cannot detect display through RCA. You just set it in Sys Prefs :: Displays, try some other settings, although your seem right.
I have a white early-2009 MacBook and mini-DVI to HDMI adapter (monoprice <$10) and HDMI cable and have not connected the TOS-link for sound, yet--just slideshows at 1920x1080. You will get a much better picture digitally. -Ken
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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