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Version actuelle par : oldturkey03 ,

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-MacBook does't power up
+MacBook doesn't power up

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Hello

I replaced the trackpad of the MacBook Pro 13". Now the Laptop will not powerup with the switch on the KeyBoard.

Because the MacBook works fine till now. My Question? Is it possible to switch the mac on with a shorten direct on the logicboard. In the past some mac has such a layout that you could start it with a screwdriver. I can't find it.

The Logicboard has the part 820-2530

Can someone help me?

Regards

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

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Réponse acceptée:

153034

Modifié par : Gerard Dirks ,

Titre:

MacBook does't power up

Texte:

Hello

I replaced the trackpad of the MacBook Pro 13". Now the Laptop will not powerup with the switch on the KeyBoard.

Because the MacBook works fine till now. My Question? Is it possible to switch the mac on with a shorten direct on the logicboard. In the past some mac has such a layout that you could start it with a screwdriver. I can't find it.

The Logicboard has the part 820-2530

Can someone help me?

Regards

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

+153034

Modifié par : originalmachead ,

Titre:

MacBook does't power up

Texte:

Hello

I replaced the trackpad of the MacBook Pro 13". Now the Laptop will not powerup with the switch on the KeyBoard.

Because the MacBook works fine till now. My Question? Is it possible to switch the mac on with a shorten direct on the logicboard. In the past some mac has such a layout that you could start it with a screwdriver. I can't find it.

The Logicboard has the part 820-2530

Can someone help me?

Regards

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Contribution d'origine par : Gerard Dirks ,

Titre:

MacBook does't power up

Texte:

Hello

I replaced the trackpad of the MacBook Pro 13". Now the Laptop will not powerup with the switch on the KeyBoard.

Because the MacBook works fine till now. My Question? Is it possible to switch the mac on with a shorten direct on the logicboard. In the past some mac has such a layout that you could start it with a screwdriver. I can't find it.

The Logicboard has the part 820-2530

Can someone help me?

Regards

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open