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Текущая версия: Henry ,

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I would try the new hard drive first since it is cheaper by far. The only thing that is iffy is that you tried booting without the HD in and it still panic'd on you so this of course is not good.
 
I am trying to think of why this would happen.
 
Another thought is to open the Mac and check to make sure everything is still seated correctly. Like the RAM modules etc, since you have it open check all cables as well.
 
Maybe do this before opening it!!
I would also try resetting PRAM. ( I always do this as a troubleshooting step as it solves alot of things)
 
To reset your PRAM:
 
Shut down the computer.
 
Press the power button.
 
Before the grey screen appears, press the Command, Option, P, and R keys at the same time.
 
Hold the keys until your computer restarts and you hear the startup sound a second time.
 
Release the keys.

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Оригинальный сообщение: Henry ,

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I would try the new hard drive first since it is cheaper by far.  The only thing that is iffy is that you tried booting without the HD in and it still panic'd on you so this of course is not good.

I am trying to think of why this would happen.

Another thought is to open the Mac and check to make sure everything is still seated correctly. Like the RAM modules etc, since you have it open check all cables as well.

I would also try resetting PRAM. ( I always do this as a troubleshooting step as it solves alot of things)

To reset your PRAM:

Shut down the computer.

Press the power button.

Before the grey screen appears, press the Command, Option, P, and R keys at the same time.

Hold the keys until your computer restarts and you hear the startup sound a second time.

Release the keys.

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