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Internal hard drive disk not recognized

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Hi there,
 
My internal hard drive disk has stopped working on my Macbook.
 
ItThe hard drive is not recognized at the boot up, so I get the famous question mark. I tried withto connect another hard disk and it isgot the same, sosame error message. So I guess the problem comes from the logic board.board?
ItThe hard drive is not recognized at the boot up, so I get the famous question mark. I tried withto connect another hard disk and it isgot the same, sosame error message. So I guess the problem comes from the logic board.board?
 
When I try to access it from the external bootable drive using Disk Utility I can't see it either.
 
The disk I'm using is good, and it works when connected with USB (this is what I'm running now). But of course I would prefer to put it inside and connect it with SATA.
 
Now, I'm wondering what I should I do. A new logical board is expensive, and it would be too bad to change it completely, because everything else is working perfectly. So, I'd like to get some advice, maybe for how to check the connectors, change the disk controller or add a new one, or whatever can help to get a more practical solution.
Now, I'm wondering what I should I do. A new logical board is expensive, and it would be too bad to change it completely, because everything else is working perfectly. So, I'd like to get some advice, maybe for how to check the connectors, change the disk controller or add a new one, or whatever can help to get a more practical solution.
 
Thank you for your help.

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

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Modifié par : Dan ,

Titre:

Internal hard drive disk not recognized

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Hi there,
 
My internal hard drive disk has stopped working on my Macbook. It does not mount, neither it appears in the disk utility.
My internal hard drive disk has stopped working on my Macbook. It does not mount, neither it appears in the disk utility.
 
It is not recognized at the boot up, so I get the famous question mark. I tried with another hard disk and it is the same, so I guess the problem comes from thethe logic board.

When I try to access it from the external bootable drive using Disk Utility I can't see it either.
It is not recognized at the boot up, so I get the famous question mark. I tried with another hard disk and it is the same, so I guess the problem comes from thethe logic board.

When I try to access it from the external bootable drive using Disk Utility I can't see it either.
 
The disk I'm using is good, and it works when connected with USB (this is what I'm running now). But of course I would prefer to put it inside and connect it with SATA.
 
Now, I'm wondering what should I do. A new logical board is expensive, and it would be too bad to change it completely, because everything else is working perfectly. So, I'd like to get some advice, maybe for how to check the connectors, change the disk controller or add a new one, or whatever can help to get a more practical solution.
 
Thank you for your help.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

36367

Modifié par : osvaldo, rj713, ABCellars, and oldturkey03 (détails du vote) ,

Titre:

Internal hard drive disk not recognized

Texte:

Hi there,

My internal hard drive disk has stopped working on my Macbook. It does not mount, neither it appears in the disk utility.

It is not recognized at the boot up, so I get the famous question mark. I tried with another disk and it is the same, so I guess the problem comes from  the logic board.

The disk I'm using is good, and it works when connected with USB (this is what I'm running now). But of course I would prefer to put it inside and connect it with SATA.

Now, I'm wondering what should I do. A new logical board is expensive, and it would be too bad to change it completely, because everything else is working perfectly. So, I'd like to get some advice, maybe for how to check the connectors, change the disk controller or add a new one, or whatever can help to get a more practical solution.

Thank you for your help.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

36367

Modifié par : iRobot ,

Titre:

Internal hard drive disk not recognized

Texte:

Hi there,

My internal hard drive disk has stopped working on my Macbook. It does not mount, neither it appears in the disk utility.

It is not recognized at the boot up, so I get the famous question mark. I tried with another disk and it is the same, so I guess the problem comes from  the logic board.

The disk I'm using is good, and it works when connected with USB (this is what I'm running now). But of course I would prefer to put it inside and connect it with SATA.

Now, I'm wondering what should I do. A new logical board is expensive, and it would be too bad to change it completely, because everything else is working perfectly. So, I'd like to get some advice, maybe for how to check the connectors, change the disk controller or add a new one, or whatever can help to get a more practical solution.

Thank you for your help.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009
MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009

Statut:

open

Message d'origine par : clems ,

Titre:

Internal hard drive disk not recognized

Texte:

Hi there,

My internal hard drive disk has stopped working on my Macbook. It does not mount, neither it appears in the disk utility.

It is not recognized at the boot up, so I get the famous question mark. I tried with another disk and it is the same, so I guess the problem comes from  the logic board.

The disk I'm using is good, and it works when connected with USB (this is what I'm running now). But of course I would prefer to put it inside and connect it with SATA.

Now, I'm wondering what should I do. A new logical board is expensive, and it would be too bad to change it completely, because everything else is working perfectly. So, I'd like to get some advice, maybe for how to check the connectors, change the disk controller or add a new one, or whatever can help to get a more practical solution.

Thank you for your help.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody

Statut:

open