Question about Apple MacBook Mac Notebook
You got the rainbow spinning wheel of death, which means take out the RAM chips and re-insert. Now try. Nothing? Replace the RAM chips with RAM chips you know are working. Now try-Nothing? Install disc one of the install disc Apple gives you and go into the system utilities and repair disc permissions and also click on repair disc after that. Now try-Nothing? Replace the hard drive and re-install the OS. Now try-Nothing? Your fu.kd my friend, which means you got a logic board problem.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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