Answer to "Logic Board of MacBook 2009 Vs 2010"make sure the cables from the top video display to the Motherboard are exactly the same. They often change the camera connection and video plugs from one edition to another. They may look the same but will not work, unless you have them both side by side.
Answer to "Is my motherboard going bad?"Have you checked the Motherboard for areas of overheating. There maybe a section where the soldering has failed.
Answer to "Startup chime, no boot, white screen of death"iMac 27" would boot to white screen. I had added a new HD to the main position and put an SDD drive in the CD rom Bay. The computer would not recognize either drive. After 5 to 10 minutes, I would get a Dos page only with no bootable drives. and to proceed to Recovery of Wndows. I would hit enter and the next screen would list the MacDrive and the Windows drive. If you clicked on the Windows folder it would immediately boot to the Windows platform. I had a complete use of the windows system on my iMac. Question was why couldn't I boot to a Mac OS. Further along I removed both drives and with a plug in USB keyboard started the iMac, this time I got a folder. "this means no HD on the computer, working This is the first time I had gotten a folder other than the white screen. I thought this is progress. I immediately used my USB external drive and rebooted, this time I got the folders from the option Key startup. This is the first time it had happened in months. I hooked up the main drive cable and did a boot...
Answer to "won't boot from floppy, get error 41 when boot from HD"If I remember right you have lost the HD in this system. For some reason the HD is not spinning and will give you the bomb. The system disk for these older computers was different for each one. I used to have them, but they went out, when I moved.
Answer to "2009 model won't let me use Express card eSATA in Windows"The MacBook 2009 was redesigned and the Express Card will no longer work. The MacBook 2006 has a PCIe slot 34 which was a 32 bit card. The slot was equilivent to a PCMCIA slot used in older model G3 laptops. The short answer it will not work. The newer processors are 64 bit and older cards will not be supported.
Answer to "iBook Freezes"Get your self an freezer bag from your fridge and place a towel around it. Then try booting your computer. If it is a cooling problem, the computer will continue to run. If the thermal connectivity has failed in the chip, the computer will freeze up after 8 to 10 minutes. Now you will be able to see if you have a heat problem or a motherboard problem. iBooks are known to have chip failure. The thermal conductivity between the layers comes unglued and renders the computer junk. Unless you can preform heat sink surgery. using heat sink extreme heating. Go to youtube and search for iBook repairing of chip on an iBook.
Answer to "Dead display and external display connection"A better way of heating the chip, is to use a small metal disc, about the size of 1 1/2" placed on top of the video chip. I used a work bench metal stop block, then used a propane torch and aimed it at the top metal post. Not near the chip. The heating of the post heated the chip and I had success getting the second output working on the ibook. The internal one did not come back, put you have a working computer. Just use a VGA monitor a your screen.
Answer to "How to startup a clone of my Windows C drive in the Mac."To run a Windows OS on your Mac, you will need to make a partition separate on to which the Windows OS can be loaded. Next you will need dual booting available e.g. Boot Camp for Mac. then things should load Ok. Make the partition at least 30 to 40 gig's, as Windows uses a lot of disk space to run it, and even more ram to keep it working.
Answer to "Cold weather tips for extending Lithium-Ion cells?"In colder climates, you need to bring your portable devices inside overnight. This will prevent the batteries from dying too soon. You may also need to have a backup supply of batteries or a battery pack to help support your device. Most cars and trucks still have power adapters for you to run your device. Now you can buy portable converters to run A/C products in you vehicle. As long a your heater in your vehicle works you should be OK.
Answer to "Can I replace the power cord in a microwave?"Remove your access panel, and take out the old cord. You can use a computer power cord. Just cut off the end and strip back the outer casing. You will find a Black, White and Green wire. Just connect the wires to the same terminals in the Microwave, Replace your covers and you are set to go. (N.B. Some makers solder the ends of the wires or use crimp connectors ) Just make sure that the gauge of the new cord is the same as the older one one the microwave.
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