Linux bricked my MacBook2,1 after firmware-reset
I just reset my firmware (Alt+Cmd+R+P) hoping my new battery will get calibrated.
After the reset, the MacBook automatically started into Linux (debian jessie).
But instead I wanted to boot into Mac OS X Lion. So I rebooted.
But it never rebooted anymore. When I start the MacBook, the screen remains black, blank and dark. The LED keeps shining. There is no start sound anymore. It's gone.
I tried to restore the firmware using the Firmware Restoration CD.
But instead of blinking 3x fast, 3x slow, 3x fast, the LED blinks like several times really fast, when I hold down the Power-button.
I'm afraid, debian bricked my MacBook's firmware because it thought this was empty, free memory, right after the reset.
What can I do now? The Hardware is totally ok, but now the firmware is completely gone. How do I completely restore it? (I don't mind opening this thing, as I opened it a thousand times, to change the logic-board, CD-drive, keyboard …)
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