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Introduction

Utilisez ce tutoriel pour remplacer une carte AirPort Extreme cassée.

  1. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme », Batterie: étape 1, image 1 de 1
    • Utilisez vos doigts pour pousser les deux onglets de libération de la batterie et retirez la batterie de l'ordinateur.

    Before upgrading to a larger HD, you'll want to "clone" your original HD using the donation-ware program "Carbon Copy Cloner" (http://www.bombich.com/). Put the new HD in an external case; clone the original; test the clone (by starting up with it), then take apart the MacBook to put the new HD in the MacBook, and the original in the external case for use as a backup, etc. (You can't just drag the contents of the original HD to the new HD, and expect it to work; not since the days of OS 9 and before.)

    amiller770 - Réponse

    Can I put more than two gigabytes of RAM in?

    Noah Nsangou - Réponse

    mine has 2g*2=4 gb ram in. you should be fine

    on mac forum it suggested to put 4gb and a 2gb in a1261.

    david -

    I made the mistake of wanting to do a clean install of OS and start fresh after installing a SSD. Now I can't install most browsers on OSX Leopard. Does anyone know what is the most current version of OS I can put on this system? (disk or download) Can I get to Snow or Lion?

    2006 17" MackBook Pro Model#A1151

    2.16 GHz Intel Core Duo

    Memory: Two 1GB 667 MHz

    Hard Drive: Corsair Force GS: SSD 128GB

    scannon - Réponse

    You can install OS X 10.7 LION and no later version. Although LION runs ok with 2GB RAM it does help to get 1GB + 2GB = 3GB. Even if you install 2 X 4GB you will only utilize 3GB. Installing a SSD seems to make no difference since the SATA bus is only 1.5GB/s. A good 5400rpm disk is good enough. I even run BootCamp and Windows 7. Works fine. Not fast but fine. My A1212 refuses to die :-)

    asle -

    There seems to be some discrepancy about whether or not installing a SSD will help. See Phil's earlier comment from October 2015: there, *he* claims that having an SSD increases the load times significantly, (even though -- of course -- 1.5Gbps is not ideal)...

    His quotation, (re-)cited integrally:

    Just replaced my old HD with a Corsair Force LX SSD (which is SATA 1-3 compatible as required by this model) with success now my old 'outdated' laptop has super fast loading times and is postively flying faster than the speed of 'sound'. Thanks for the guide. Only problem I faced was replacing the top panel which after a few minutes of panic realised the rubber mounted Mic next to the left speaker had risen up when I had removed the top panel so after carefully pushing it back into place the panel fitted back how it should, so beware of this possible problem.

    Phil - 10/07/2015

    at0gjm -

    Bonjour j'ai besoin de cette bactérie que dois-je faire ?

    basile kouamé YAO - Réponse

  2. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme », Trappe de la mémoire: étape 2, image 1 de 1
    • Retirez les quatre vis Phillips 3,4 mm identiques à partir de la trappe de la mémoire. Ces vis ont 4 mm de diamètre de tête au lieu de 3 mm sur les vis du corps.

  3. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 3, image 1 de 1
    • Soulevez la trappe de la mémoire assez pour pouvoir la saisir, faites-la glisser vers vous pour la tirer loin du boitier.

  4. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme », Boîtier supérieur: étape 4, image 1 de 1
    • Retirez les trois vis cruciformes situées dans le compartiment de la batterie, près du loquet. Apple a eu la gentillesse d'incliner légèrement ces vis pour les rendre plus faciles à retirer. Sur le A1261, ces vis ont des têtes de 4 mm de diamètre au lieu des têtes de 3 mm des vis restantes.

    One of the screws here wouldn't bite going back in. I'm 100% certain it's the same screw that came out of it but it wouldn't bite going back, neither would any of the other two in this section in that particular hole.

    Damon B - Réponse

    To Damon - possibly the thread on the bottom of the upper case is obstructed.

    I found that I needed to fight the latch magnet with the right-most screw in the photo. The screw was pulled away from the hole so a magnetized screwdriver was not enough to place it. I needed tweezers to hold the screw in place until it bit.

    Yishai Sered - Réponse

    No, these screws won’t bite going back in — struggled for an hour. Lost hope of success.

    Case screw holes perfectly lined-up, neatly closed body, screw threads/head are fine (Apple quality screws), perfect screwdriver.

    The left one is in, other two simply will not bite whatsoever. Slightly irritating eventually turned to madly infuriating. I have a similar, earlier model and that was smooth to replace these exact, slightly angled screws (so I have experience).

    Q: Are the centre and right-hand screws absolutely essential — or can I give up and leave them out?

    (By the time you read this, that’s what I’ll have done)(out of sheer frustration)

    Steve Arkwright - Réponse

  5. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 5, image 1 de 1
    • Retirez les six vis suivantes :

    • Deux vis Torx T6 de 14,5 mm de part et d'autre du compartiment de la RAM.

    • Quatre vis cruciformes de 3,4 mm le long de la charnière.

    Note for re-assembly: For the hinge use the longest four Phillips screws.

    R L - Réponse

    The Philips screws in Step 5 are longer than the other Philips screws. Would be better if the instructions differentiated them. Otherwise it is possible to use the wrong screws in Step 7 when reassembling.

    Alex - Réponse

    These instructions are actually wrong. The 14.5 mm screws are for along the hinge, the 2 on either side of the RAM slot are about 10 mm.

    Andrew Patterson - Réponse

  6. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 6, image 1 de 1
    • Retirez les quatre vis cruciformes de 3,4 mm sur le côté des ports de l'ordinateur.

    When reassembling, please be careful not to screw into the wrong spot. I accidentally screwed into the DVI port and it was hard to remove the screw after that. I had to disassemble the whole thing again, only to find that I couldn't remove the screw from within as it was encased. After much scraping and prodding with a sewing needle, I was able to get that screw out. Phew!

    isotope434 - Réponse

  7. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 7, image 1 de 1
    • Faites pivoter l'ordinateur de 90 degrés et retirez les deux vis cruciformes à l'arrière de l'ordinateur.

    Screw on the right is shorter

    mikefal - Réponse

    What are these two screws called?

    ian - Réponse

  8. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 8, image 1 de 1
    • Faites de nouveau pivoter l'ordinateur de 90 degrés et retirez les quatre vis cruciformes sur le côté de l'ordinateur.

  9. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 9, image 1 de 1
    • Ne retirez pas le boîtier supérieur d'un coup sec. Le boîtier est relié à la carte mère par une nappe.

    • Soulevez l'arrière du boîtier et faites glisser vos doigts le long des côtés, en détachant le boîtier au fur et à mesure. Une fois que vous avez détaché les côtés, vous devrez peut-être faire basculer le boîtier de haut en bas pour détacher l'avant du boîtier supérieur.

    WOW this step is very hard!!! its a serious suction cup..

    nya - Réponse

    Once the upper case is free...Carefully tilt the upper case from the front towards the screen as their is a ribbon cable directly beneath the keyboard and trackpad that will need to be removed in the next step.

    Troy - Réponse

    Be very careful not to bend the screw tabs on the top case the perimeter screws attach to. Bending them causes them to quickly fatigue and potentially break off. When reassembling the top case, be sure the tabs are all *inside* the case before reseating it. If you get resistance, pull the case back up, check the tabs and reseat the top case again.

    Sheldon Carpenter - Réponse

  10. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 10, image 1 de 1
    • Débranchez la nappe du pavé tactile et du clavier de sa prise sur la carte mère.

    • Retirez le boîtier supérieur.

    Disconnecting this cable is optional, if instead you tip up the top case ~75 degrees, propping it up with something non-metalic (wedged in or by the battery compartment). Unplugging a connector from the main circuit board always carries slight additional risk.

    amiller770 - Réponse

    It's not really necessary to disconnect the trackboard/keyboard ribbon cable. You can simply lean the upper case against the LCD.

    Russ Greene - Réponse

    how reconnect this cable?

    anatole - Réponse

    I did this with and without step 10 (removing the upper case with detached cable). Removing the cable is risk, putting it back on was not so easy. But then, leaning the keyboard part against the LCD while replacing the hard drive is also risky.

    tobybaier - Réponse

    After having successfully removed/reattached the ribbon cable several times while trying to revive this computer for back-up use the securing/release tabs on the connector broke. The connector then will not hold the cable properly and connecting fails. Tried various methods of propping the cable in the connector to get full contact but eventually all efforts failed, too. Result: essentially a dead motherboard as no replacement for the connector seems available. Sadly, not worth the extra effort to try further repairs.

    Steve colton - Réponse

  11. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme », AirPort Extreme: étape 11, image 1 de 3 MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme », AirPort Extreme: étape 11, image 2 de 3 MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme », AirPort Extreme: étape 11, image 3 de 3
    • Débranchez les deux câbles d'antenne reliés à la carte AirPort Extreme.

    • Le câble avec le blindage gris se fixe sur le connecteur de gauche, tandis que le câble avec le blindage blanc se fixe sur le côté droit.

    • Si vous avez un MacBook Pro 17" Modèle A1229 ou A1212, il y a trois câbles d'antenne attachés à la carte AirPort Extreme au lieu de deux.

    • Si vous avez un MacBook Pro 17" Modèle A1261, le câble avec le blindage noir se fixe sur le côté gauche du connecteur, tandis que le câble avec le blindage bleu se fixe sur le côté droit.

  12. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 12, image 1 de 1
    • Retirez l'unique vis Torx T6 noire du coin supérieur droit de la carte AirPort Extreme.

  13. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme »: étape 13, image 1 de 1
    • Soulevez la carte AirPort Extreme et faites-la glisser hors de son connecteur.

    • Notez la position du clip de mise à la terre fixé sur le côté gauche de la carte. Sur certains modèles, le clip est monté sur la surface supérieure de la carte Airport Extreme pour entrer en contact avec le boîtier supérieur. Sur d'autres modèles, le clip est monté sur la face inférieure et entre en contact avec le corps du connecteur du casque.

  14. MacBook Pro 17" Modèles A1151 A1212 A1229 et A1261. Remplacement du « AirPort Extreme », AirPort Extreme: étape 14, image 1 de 1
    • Retournez la carte Airport Extreme et retirez l'unique vis cruciforme argentée située dans le coin supérieur droit de la carte Airport.

    • N'oubliez pas de transférer le clip de mise à la terre sur la nouvelle carte Airport Extreme.

    Airport Extreme Cards are sensitive to vibrations and may result in dropped wifi. It may not be necessary to replace the card but to tweak or be more careful with your current.

    john - Réponse

Conclusion

Pour réassembler votre appareil, suivez ces instructions dans l'ordre inverse.

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2 commentaires

This was SO helpful. Sad to say that for me it does not last. I have had to do this 3 times because within 8+ years since I bought the 1261 new, the cards fail by turning off. The times between card shut off get shorter and shorter until I have to do it again. Maybe the cards though new are not that good (though cheap) or maybe its something else. I continue to want to keep it running because with the latest OS it works so well. Now with 1TB SSD and the screen it came with, why get a new one when screens are smaller? So happy with this website!

Jim in Chicago

James Smith - Réponse

Is there any way I can use this card in my desktop? What kind of adapter would I need?

Zero G - Réponse

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