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Versão atual de: awlancej ,

Título:

Logic board, heat sink, GPU, or simple issue?

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My MacBook won't charge a new battery, and won't make it past the loading startup screen once I log on, without a battery.
 
I recently needed to replace the battery and have tried 3. I started without a battery once, accidentally (didn't connect it) and it worked. I'm guessing it's the logic board.
 
Could it be anything else?
 
I replaced the MagSafe charger but not the internal connection to the logic board. Because it gives a green light and begins turning on, I figured that part was fine.
 
My question is do you think it's the logic board? The book has been running hot so the heat sink could have caused damage but I couldn't tell.
 
=== Update (10/06/2016) ===
 
Ok, guys. I thought I'd follow up. I bought the product above and it arrived today. I bought the proper year. And it didn't resolve anything. Same issues. I made a small video of what's happening but not sure if I can post it somewhere here. Any other ideas on what this could be, or do you think the logic board is toast?
Ok, guys. I thought I'd follow up. I bought the product above and it arrived today. I bought the proper year. And it didn't resolve anything. Same issues. I made a small video of what's happening but not sure if I can post it somewhere here. Any other ideas on what this could be, or do you think the logic board is toast?
 
=== Update (10/12/2016) ===
 
Ok so I took it to a shop and they said it was hard drive failure.

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MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Early 2011

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Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

Logic board, heat sink, GPU, or simple issue?

Texto:

My MacBook won't charge a new battery, and won't make it past the loading startup screen once I log on, without a battery.
 
I recently needed to replace the battery and have tried 3. I started without a battery once, accidentally (didn't connect it) and it worked. I'm guessing it's the logic board.
 
Could it be anything else?
 
I replaced the MagSafe charger but not the internal connection to the logic board. Because it gives a green light and begins turning on, I figured that part was fine.
 
My question is do you think it's the logic board? The book has been running hot so the heat sink could have caused damage but I couldn't tell.
 
=== Update (10/12/201610/06/2016) ===
=== Update (10/12/201610/06/2016) ===
 
Ok soOk, guys. I tookthought I'd follow up. I bought the product above and it toarrived today. I bought the proper year. And it didn't resolve anything. Same issues. I made a shop and they saidsmall video of what's happening but not sure if I can post it was hard drive failure.somewhere here. Any other ideas on what this could be, or do you think the logic board is toast?
Ok soOk, guys. I tookthought I'd follow up. I bought the product above and it toarrived today. I bought the proper year. And it didn't resolve anything. Same issues. I made a shop and they saidsmall video of what's happening but not sure if I can post it was hard drive failure.somewhere here. Any other ideas on what this could be, or do you think the logic board is toast?
 
=== Update (10/06/201610/12/2016) ===
=== Update (10/06/201610/12/2016) ===
 
Ok, guys.Ok so I thought I'd follow up. I bought the product above andtook it arrived today. I bought the proper year. And it didn't resolve anything. Same issues. I madeto a small video of what's happening but not sure if I can postshop and they said it somewhere here. Any other ideas on what this could be, or do you think the logic board is toast?was hard drive failure.
Ok, guys.Ok so I thought I'd follow up. I bought the product above andtook it arrived today. I bought the proper year. And it didn't resolve anything. Same issues. I madeto a small video of what's happening but not sure if I can postshop and they said it somewhere here. Any other ideas on what this could be, or do you think the logic board is toast?was hard drive failure.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Early 2011

Status:

open

Editado por: awlancej ,

Título:

Logic board, heat sink, GPU, or simple issue?

Texto:

My MacBook won't charge a new battery, and won't make it past the loading startup screen once I log on, without a battery.
 
I recently needed to replace the battery and have tried 3. I started without a battery once, accidentally (didn't connect it) and it worked. I'm guessing it's the logic board.
 
Could it be anything else?
 
I replaced the MagSafe charger but not the internal connection to the logic board. Because it gives a green light and begins turning on, I figured that part was fine.
 
My question is do you think it's the logic board? The book has been running hot so the heat sink could have caused damage but I couldn't tell.
 
=== Update (10/12/2016) ===
 
Ok so I took it to a shop and they said it was hard drive failure.
 
=== Update (10/06/2016) ===
 
Ok, guys. I thought I'd follow up. I bought the product above and it arrived today. I bought the proper year. And it didn't resolve anything. Same issues. I made a small video of what's happening but not sure if I can post it somewhere here. Any other ideas on what this could be, or do you think the logic board is toast?

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Early 2011

Status:

open

Editado por: awlancej ,

Título:

Logic board, heat sink, GPU, or simple issue?

Texto:

My MacBook won't charge a new battery, and won't make it past the loading startup screen once I log on, without a battery.
My MacBook won't charge a new battery, and won't make it past the loading startup screen once I log on, without a battery.
 
I recently needed to replace the battery and have tried 3. I started without a battery once, accidentally (didn't connect it) and it worked. I'm guessing it's the logic board.
I recently needed to replace the battery and have tried 3. I started without a battery once, accidentally (didn't connect it) and it worked. I'm guessing it's the logic board.
 
Could it be anything else?
Could it be anything else?
 
I replaced the MagSafe charger but not the internal connection to the logic board. Because it gives a green light and begins turning on, I figured that part was fine.
I replaced the MagSafe charger but not the internal connection to the logic board. Because it gives a green light and begins turning on, I figured that part was fine.
 
My question is do you think it's the logic board? The book has been running hot so the heat sink could have caused damage but I couldn't tell.
 
=== Update (10/12/2016) ===
 
Ok so I took it to a shop and they said it was hard drive failure.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Early 2011

Status:

open

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

Logic board, heat sink, gpuGPU, or simple issue?
Logic board, heat sink, gpuGPU, or simple issue?

Texto:

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recently needed to replace the battery and have tried 3. I started without a battery once, accidentally(didn'taccidentally (didn't connect it),it) and it worked. I'mI'm guessing it's the logic board. Could

Could
it be anything else? I replace

I replaced
the MagSafe charger but not the internal connection to the logic board. Because it gives a green light and begins turning on, I figured that part was fine. My

My
question is do you think it's the logic board? The book has been running hot so the heat sink could have caused damage but I couldn't tell.
MacBookMy MacBook won't charge a new battery. Andbattery, and won't make it past the loading startup screen once I log on, without a battery. I

I
recently needed to replace the battery and have tried 3. I started without a battery once, accidentally(didn'taccidentally (didn't connect it),it) and it worked. I'mI'm guessing it's the logic board. Could

Could
it be anything else? I replace

I replaced
the MagSafe charger but not the internal connection to the logic board. Because it gives a green light and begins turning on, I figured that part was fine. My

My
question is do you think it's the logic board? The book has been running hot so the heat sink could have caused damage but I couldn't tell.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Early 2011
MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Early 2011

Status:

open

Postagem original de: awlancej ,

Título:

Logic board, heat sink, gpu, or simple issue?

Texto:

MacBook won't charge a new battery. And won't make it past the loading startup screen once I log on, without a battery. I recently needed to replace the battery and have tried 3. I started without a battery once, accidentally(didn't connect it), and it worked.  I'm guessing it's the logic board. Could it be anything else? I replace the MagSafe charger but not the internal connection to the logic board. Because it gives a green light and begins turning on, I figured that part was fine. My question is do you think it's the logic board? The book has been running hot so the heat sink could have caused damage but I couldn't tell.

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15"

Status:

open