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Resposta para "Mac doesn't start after installing SSD"Hi There, If you take off the display panel and plug the power supply in (taking care to avoid the power unit) you should see a single green LED just off-centered on the logic board. Press the power button and check which other LEDS light up and turn off. The order for the LED's: 1234 | | | | LED 1 is lit up then the Logic Board is receiving power and should be on whenever the power supply is plugged in. LED 2 will light up when the computer is turned on LED 3 shows the Logic Board and Video Card are communicating correctly LED 4 indicates the Logic Board and Display panel are communicating. In this case this will not light up as your Display panel is unplugged. You should try unplug the SSD and see if the machine powers on
Resposta para "Dual HD software Qs, and Fan Questions"Hi There, Most users would install an Operating system on just the SSD and use the Hard Drive for data storage. You do not need to uninstall OS X first, you just use recovery or an installer to install to the SSD and once you have booted up to the SSD you can then erase the hard drive if there is no data you require. The 2011 Imac fans will run on full as it can not get the correct temperature of the hard drive anymore. The standard Apple Hard Drive has the temperature sensor built into the drive and relays the temperature through the power cable rather than having a separate sensor cable. Whenever you replace the standard drive with another non-Apple drive such as a Western Digital Green 6TB the logic board will not be able to read the temperature from the drive as the firmware is different and doesn't know how to relay the temperature. OWC have a cable which will work with your model: http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DIYIM... You can usually get the cable slightly cheaper from eBay if you search for...
Resposta para "Mac Mini Unibody 2014 RAM"The ram is no longer upgradeable after purchase. The Apple Store allows you to configure the Mac with 4/8/16GB of ram which you will be stuck with, so choose wisely. A 32GB version should be available shortly as Apple have issued Logic Board part numbers to Service Providers which include the 32GB model.