The photos in this iFixit guide show that the screen was destroyed while unsticking it!!! There are cracks all over it during insertion of the plastic shims, and the lifted screen is missing large chunks around the edges. Including one great photo of the spudger picking pieces of the glass off the camera. The “parts required” should probably include a new screen at minimum!
Can someone post a *successful* procedure & photos, for opening this without damaging the screen?
Also, “following the instructions in reverse” is clearly not adequate for putting the screen back on - this was obviously Not done with this guide’s broken screen. Are there adhesive strips we can buy, or Acetone/Iso clean & new glue to apply to reattach the screen?
I would love to know from anyone that has actually done this with success! (20 people have apparently followed this procedure?)
Has anyone had issues with their fan running at full speed after replacing the hard-drive?
My new SSD (Samsung 840 EVO) runs fantastically in the MacBook Pro (13" late 2011), but the fans are now always on loudly whenever the computer is awake.
The guide doesn't show any separate HD temperature sensor, so I don't think I messed anything up.
Online it sounds like there's a potential HD firmware issue that could cause this, and the only solution is a software-based one. However, I would much prefer a real hardware fix (to ensure that the computer knows when the HD is too hot, for example). If anyone has the same issue or knows a fix, please post!
Однажды Они, Вы смогут просмотреть график вашего рейтинга, накопленного за всё время.
Репутация еще не заработана.