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@jurgenkoppen - I don’t think you need to get into the logic board to fix this. I think you have the classic case of bad HD SATA cable! If I understand correctly you can boot the system up, just not with the internal drive (which ever you put in)
 
So you’ll need a new cable [product|IF161-100] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10762]guide|10762]. Don’t get the wrong cable! There are a few versions and I only recommend the newer version.
So you’ll need a new cable [product|IF161-100] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10762]guide|10762]. Don’t get the wrong cable! There are a few versions and I only recommend the newer version.
 
What I also strongly recommend is to place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable rests [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb]
 
A second issue is the mid plane clips tend to break! If one is good move it over to the optical drive side.
 
[image|2056059]
 
If you don’t have a good one place strips of foam tape as shown here to protect the cable from damage so the bottom cover can’t hit it.
 
[image|2056061]
 
The last issue is not damaging the cable when you install it, I often find people damage the cable by creasing it where the cable needs to bend around a corner. Don’t do it! The thin foil wires are easily damaged! I use an old BIC pen ink straw as a forming break so I can bend the cable in a nice arc so the cable has no sharp bends.
 
You will want to reformat the drive as its likely you have some corruptions and then re-install the OS. That should do it!

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@jurgenkoppen - I don’t think you need to get into the logic board to fix this. I think you have the classic case of bad HD SATA cable! If I understand correctly you can boot the system up, just not with the internal drive (which ever you put in)
 
So you’ll need a new cable [product|IF161-100] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10762]
 
What I also strongly recommend is to place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable rests.cable rests [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb]

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second issue is the mid plane clips tend to break! If one is good move it over to the optical drive side.
What I also strongly recommend is to place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the cable rests.cable rests [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb]

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second issue is the mid plane clips tend to break! If one is good move it over to the optical drive side.
 
[image|2056059]
 
If you don’t have a good one place strips of foam tape as shown here to protect the cable from damage so the bottom cover can’t hit it.
 
[image|2056061]
 
The last issue is not damaging the cable when you install it, I often find people damage the cable by creasing it where the cable needs to bend around a corner. Don’t do it! The thin foil wires are easily damaged! I use an old BIC pen ink straw as a forming break so I can bend the cable in a nice arc so the cable has no sharp bends.
 
You will want to reformat the drive as its likely you have some corruptions and then re-install the OS. That should do it!

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@jurgenkoppen - I don’t think you need to get into the logic board to fix this. I think you have the classic case of bad HD SATA cable! If I understand correctly you can boot the system up, just not with the internal drive (which ever you  put in)

So you’ll need a new cable [product|IF161-100] and here’s the guide to put it in [guide|10762]

What I also strongly recommend is to place a strip of electricians tape on the uppercase where the  cable rests. A second issue is the mid plane clips tend to break! If one is good move it over to the optical drive side.

[image|2056059]

If you don’t have a good one place strips of foam tape as shown here to protect the cable from damage so the bottom cover can’t hit it.

[image|2056061]

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