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Mac pro Model No A1226 PRAM drivers

Startup Drivers for Mac Pro

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SOURCE: Mac Drivers for tethering an i930 phone to a macbook pro

Normally I would say use BlueTooth, but the i930 does not have Bluetooth.

I would look into using this software - http://www.pocketmac.net/products/devices/motorola_i930.html

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SOURCE: what courses the hard drive to file on a mac book pro laptop.

Hi Stephanie
This is one of those questions that's virtually impossible to answer, it could be anything.
Your best option is to take to a mac specialist (the dealer where you bought it) or to an Apple Store if you have one near by.
It may not need a new hard drive, it may just be corrupted and need sorting out. On the other hand it could have failed mechanically and will need to be replaced - check your warranty. There have been a number of reports of HDs failing in some models and Apple have replaced them free of charge as there was a manufacturing fault at the HD factory that didn't come to light until the drives had been running for about a year.
You have been using Time Machine to back up your work haven't you?

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SOURCE: My macbook pro makes the startup noise then just stays black

There's a magnetic reed switch in there, to the right of the mousepad. It's activated by a magnet in the screen, so when you close the lid the reed switch closes its circuit and the machine goes into standby. It's common for it to fail. To get your machine to start up again you'll have to remove the problem: open up the case and find that switch. Unplug and remove it and you'll find your problem is solved, although you will of course need to put it to sleep from the Apple menu from then on - it won't do it automatically any more. You can get replacement reed switches but they're not cheap.

Hope that helps!
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SOURCE: my mac book pro model late 2007 15,4" not starting up

Try to reset the PRAM and SMC follow the Process in Apple webpage.If still the issue persist try removing the Ram and check with a good one if you have any.this should solve the isue.If still the issue arise then it can be a logic board problem

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Click Here & Please go to the driver section and download.
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Hpw to reset macbook pro


  1. Turn off your Mac (if it isn't already off).
  2. Hold down these four keys right after you press the power button: command+option+P+R (that will reset the PRAM).
  3. Keep holding down those four buttons until your Mac restarts and you hear the second startup chime.

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Light on mac pro blinks constant and doesnt start up


If the Mac Pro does not make any startup tones, it is most likely the RAM. Try reseating the RAM first. If this does not work, remove one RAM DIMM (stick) at a time and try to startup. If it boots with a particular RAM DIMM outside of the computer, that RAM DIMM is no longer functioning.

Here is an apple support article on removing the RAM and information on if your particular model requires certain RAM slots to be filled. Mac Pro: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4433, Macbook Pro: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1270

If it does make startup tones, refer to this article for guidance: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5860?viewlocale=en_US

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My mac book pro model late 2007 15,4" not starting up


Try to reset the PRAM and SMC follow the Process in Apple webpage.If still the issue persist try removing the Ram and check with a good one if you have any.this should solve the isue.If still the issue arise then it can be a logic board problem

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HP Officejet Pro 7780 will not scan on Mac Powerbook G4


YOU WILL NEED DRIVERS FOR THAT DEVICE.

WWW.HP.COM/MAC
HP OFFICEJET PRO DRIVERS MAC 7780
OR
HP OFFICEJET PRO 7780 MAC DRIVERS
OR
HP OFFICEJET PRO 7780 DRIVERS

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CONTROL PANAL GO INTO NETWORKING AND SHARING FOLDER

PRINTING SHARING, OR PROPERTIES SETTING NEED TO BE CHANGED

DOES THE SYSTEM SUPPORT WIFI

MAKE SURE THAT THE ANTIVURAS PROGRAM AND FIREWALL IS HAS STOPPED YOU SCANNER TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE MACHINE, JUST SOME FINE TUNNING IN THE FIRE WALL MAYBE ALL IT IS.

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Hello,
try to reset the PRAM (Apple - alt -P - R) , and hit the alt key at startup to see if you can startup on a volume

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Please clean-up the RAM modules wiping it with a dry cloth and re-insert it back into its slot .

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It doesn't turn on!


If your Macintosh computer won't turn on, here's how to troubleshoot it. Please keep in mind that although your computer may display similar symptoms that prevent it from showing video, this article discusses what to do if the computer won't turn on, meaning that when you press the power button:
  • You don't hear a startup chime
  • You don't hear any fan or drive noise
  • The power button or power indicator doesn't light up at all
If your computer doesn't display any video, it may display one or more of these similar symptoms when you press the power button:
  • You may hear a startup chime
  • You may hear fan or drive noise
  • You may see the power button or power indicator light up
If any of these conditions occurs, see the Troubleshooting: My computer has no video article instead. If your computer won't turn on, try each of these steps:
  1. Make sure that the power cord is plugged into a working wall outlet, and that it's properly connected to the power adapter. (To check if the wall socket is working, plug in a lamp or other electrical device.)
  2. Make sure that the power adapter is properly connected to the power port on the back of the computer.
  3. Disconnect all accessories that are plugged into the computer, such as a printer, hub, or iPod.
  4. Reset the computer's PMU or PRAM.
    • For a portable (iBook or PowerBook), click here for instructions.
    • For a Mac mini, click here.
    • For an iMac, click here.
    • For a Power Mac, click here.
    • For a Mac Pro click here.
    • For a MacBook or MacBook Pro, click here.
    • For any other computer, click here for instructions on resetting the PRAM.
  5. Try plugging a different power cord into the computer (if you have a working one available). If the computer starts up, replace the old power cord. You can get a replacement cord for some models here.
  6. If the computer uses a power adapter, try connecting a different power adapter to the computer (if you have a working one available). If the computer starts up, replace the old power adapter. (Computers that use a power adapter include MacBook, MacBook Pro, iBooks, PowerBooks, Power Mac G4 Cube, and Mac mini.)
  7. If you tried all of the steps above and the computer still won't turn on, contact Apple technical support (1-800-APL-CARE in the U.S.) or take your computer to your local Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP) for diagnosis.

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