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Your video chip may need to be reworked by a pro so it is getting power this is a problem with older mac book pros
Posted on Jun 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get your Mac OS DVD out, restart the machine with the disk in your optical drive, and after you hear the famous mac chime, press and hold the C key while it starts. When you reach the install window, don't install but rather open the Disk Utilities App and run a verify of your hard disk, also repair permissions. Then restart as normal. This should get you back to operation.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
There should be a "displays" icon in the top right portion of the menu bar where you can change the display mode to "Mirror Display" whenever you connect the projector.
If it's not there go to "System Preferences" > "Displays" > "Display" tab and put a checkmark next to "Show displays in menu bar".
Also you can go to "System Preferences" > "Displays" and leave it open while connecting the projector and change the settings to "Mirror Display" there.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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?
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
SOURCE: My Apple mac book pro
The grey screen is the bios of your laptop is booting, this is freezing for some reason.
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Do 3 things.
Try holding power button down for longer at least 10-20 seconds.
do a PRAM reset, apple symbol, alt P & R keys all held on boot up.
Do a smc reset.
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Posted on Feb 15, 2011
You will need some install disks to even begin working on your issue.
Posted on Apr 24, 2011
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